Ride the Trans Am Trail and explore the beautiful countryside and interesting trails through the Colorado and Utah wilderness on your dual sport motorcycle. This tour is guided by TAT experts so you can be assured of seeing everything that this adventure offers. This ride is fast becoming one of the most sought after trail rides in America. The Trans Am trail extends for 9 states across the USA. With this tour we introduce you to the mountain sections of Colorado and the scenic areas of Utah. This tour rewards those looking for awe inspiring landscapes and trail riding adventure.
The Trans America Trail is a route using dirt, gravel, jeep, forest and farm roads. Throughout the ride you will drop down into dried up creek beds, navigate atop abandoned railroad grades and roost through sections of mud, sand, snow and rocks. It's all there and destined for the dual sport rider. Be one of the first to ride this storied trail with River Pilot as your personal tour guide. View the interactive map and the video
Sam Correro says, "For years I passionately pursued my goal of charting a coast-to-coast, off-pavement motorcycle adventure. I studied reams of maps and surveyed thousands of miles to create what I believe is one great trip. Over time, I began to realize that a lot of people share my interests."
The TAT, starting in Tellico Plains, Tennessee and extending to Port Orford, Oregon was 12 years in the making and covers 9 states across the U.S.A. Dual sport riders have been hearing about this trail for years and we are proud to make it a possibility. So, pack up, gear up and join us on this tour. With over 4,977 total miles of trail you might just get hooked and come back again and again. River Pilot Tours - "Come Along For The Ride"
Note: The final day in the tour itinerary is the departure day. No activities are planned unless otherwise specifically included at time of booking.
Approximate Total Miles: 1,278
Miles Per Day: 150, longest is 247
Riding Conditions: Dirt, mountain roads, forest roads, maintained roads
Riding Difficulty: Moderate - technical
Motorcycle Licensing: Street legal dirt or adventure bike
Highlights: Tour led by TAT experts, scenic views, secluded trails, wildlife viewing, moderate mountain and technical riding, small group size
Motorcycle basic requirements:
1. Dual sport or adventure motorcycle
2. 160+ mile fuel range (dirt)
3. Suggest skidplates for the motor
4. 450cc or greater displacement (450-800 cc recommended)
5. DOT approved dirt tires
Minimum Departure: Tour departs with a minimum of 5 persons