• San Francisco Golden Gate bridge and Yamaha MT-07 as seen from Native Motorcycle Adventures tour

    RIDE (like a) NATIVE!

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1-Day Rides & Private Adventures

We carefully plan, curate, and lead iconic & local backroad day tours, and private multi-day motorcycle adventures... and you will quickly see why after you ride with us. You will go back home a happier person, charged with indelible California connections to the roads, nature, and the people we meet along the way.

The goal of our rides is to get to know one another, meet other fellow riders on the road, check out the bikes, enjoy riding as a group, and exchange life stories at some of California's most iconic biker stops.

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25% OFF your 2020 Spring & Summer tours now!

Book before February 29th and get 25% OFF any native moto day rides, and 20% off any multi-day tours happening from 3/21/2020 until 08/31/2020 (cost excludes moto rental). > Message us with any questions or if you seek advice.

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Meet the locals

Jen and Saf are experienced SF motorcycle enthusiasts who are eager to share their secrets with other curious and adventurous travelers. They're proud Tech & Silicon Valley "dropouts" who decided to enjoy life offline and share their analog riding passion. 

"We love feeling like locals when we travel, and we want to provide that same feeling to other open-minded travelers and newly minted residents. Together, we've accumulated over 100,000 moto miles on 4 continents, and have been leading motorcycle tours in the Bay Area and beyond since 2013.

We speak English, French, Spanish, and Arabic.

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"There is something in human nature, and something in the American character, that will continue to call to those who ride and those who dream of riding to faraway places."

- Charles Fleming

"Time on a motorcycle is unlike time spent anywhere else. There are moments lost in the landscape, seconds devoted solely to balance, and long stretches spent spiraling inward.”

Barbara Schoichet