The Roadery is a new company that seeks to provide both guided and unguided tours around the Western United States. They currently have a number of guided tours that range from anywhere between 2 and 9 days and cost between $650 per person and $2,800 per person. If this sounds familiar, that’s because it’s a similar idea to the Wilderness Collective and their trips, only with The Roadery, all of the trips are motorcycle trips and they are geared more towards cafe racer and bobber styled motorcycle than the dual sport trips provided by the Wilderness Collective.
This is The Roadery. We offer unique motorcycle tours of the American West for people who want to experience the beauty, culture and camaraderie of the open road. The world is in such a hurry all the time that we never get much chance to just be. Years later this leaves us wondering where all the time went and we are sorry that it’s all gone. The Roadery is here to change that and reconnect you with some of the most fundamental things in life: nature, friendship and time to reflect.
We take you on a ride along rugged coastlines, across majestic mountains, into deep canyons and towards the seemingly endless horizons of the great American West. We book the hotels, provide you with unique, customized motorcycles and guide you all the way. All you have to do is show up and ride through some of the world’s most awe-inspiring landscapes, make new friends and reconnect with old ones.
With us, you’ll get lost in the best possible way.
Some of you may notice some similar faces in the video and photos on the site. In full disclosure, our friend Scott Toepfer shot the video/photos and I was hired to model for the shoot. Unlike Wes, who went on the Wilderness Collective – 001 trip, I only participated in the photoshoot so I cannot speak to or give any kind of review of the experience they provide.
Regardless, we like to see anyone create new businesses or products in the world of motorcycling and hope this is just another avenue to help provide people with the experiences we have come to cherish so much on our motorcycles. Hopefully we’ll get a chance to tag along on one of their trips soon and can report more about the experience.
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