360Bikers is always planning tours. You can also request custom tours with key points of interest you want to visit. Our knowledge of roads and ride development in many states helps us make your motorcycle vacation the most enjoyable ride possible. We also offer video and VR packages of your ride. Our rides with five or less participants may have only a lead rider. Any ride with more than five will also have an experienced tail-gunner. Tours are maxed at 12 members.
Here’s what we have coming up so far…
- October 18 to 20, 2019 – Fall Foliage Tour – This is a three-day set of rides, all originating in Knoxville. Our days will start at Twisters, a local restaurant with good food and values. Each day will have a different ride… a different direction. These are the Smokey Mountains so there are lots of curve building up to the Tail of the Dragon on the last day. Click the link at the top of the page to see the maps for each day.
- May to June 2020 – The SCMA Four Corners ride is a bucket list ride that anyone can do… if they take the simplest routes. We take the time to put in some great riding while traversing sections of the country that may be otherwise boring. While there has to be highway in this ride, we make them the most scenic areas and avoid city traffic where possible. In case you have no idea about the Four Corners, it isn’t where Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah meet at a single point. No. This ride touches the four extreme corners of the USA. We start in Key West, FL and head to Madawaska, ME before heading west to Blaine, WA and then south to San Ysidro, CA. It must be completed and documented in 21 days or less, which really isn’t a problem. You will obviously have some days with serious miles, but our plan makes the riding as much fun as possible. After successfully completing this ride, we will have a tour planned to get everyone home.
- July 2021 – The Alaskan is in the early planning stages, but will start in Knoxville, TN with pick up points for riders that can join the ride as we head north. This is a very challenging ride that most riders of distance have on their bucket list. It is not for the faint of heart. We will take a few days to get into the Yukon and then Alaska. You’ll see more details as we plan each day.