MILWAUKEE, Wis. – Having offered motorcycle tours abroad for years through its Authorized Tours program, Harley-Davidson is expanding the program into the United States with a new domestic provider, Twisted Trailz Excursions LLC.
"Harley-Davidson Authorized Tours are designed entirely with riders in mind," said Mike Osell, authorized rentals and tours lead at Harley-Davidson. "Our goal is to provide riders with incredible, stress-free trips with memories that last a lifetime. That's why we're thrilled to partner with Twisted Trailz as we continue to expand the program to iconic destinations around the world that offer bucket list worthy adventures like the American Southwest."
Based in Phoenix, Twisted Trailz Excursions offers once-in-a-lifetime motorcycle tours throughout the Southwest. The first-of-its-kind partnership with Harley-Davidson lets riders cruise some of the most memorable trips in America on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle, including tours of cowboy country; Grand Canyon and red rocks of Sedona; Jerome, the famous "Living Ghost Town;" New Mexico; Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks; Lake Powell; Monument Valley; and famous attractions such as Tombstone, Old Tucson, Montezuma's Castle and the Million Dollar Highway. The tour provider also offers day trips in Phoenix and the surrounding area.
"As a Harley-Davidson motorcycle enthusiast and owner, I am really proud to be affiliated with the most iconic motorcycle brand in the world," said Ron Booth, president and owner of Twisted Trailz Excursions. "The motorcycle adventures we offer in the American Southwest are second to none, and touring on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle only enhances that experience. We look forward to a long and rewarding partnership with Harley-Davidson and those who share our passion for touring this great country on two wheels."
Harley-Davidson Authorized Tours operates more than 200 tours globally each year. Participants may book tours individually or by group and may select from five different tour types across five worldwide regions.
From a press release