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Ride a Harley Davidson as Peter Fonda’s ‘Captain America’ comes up for sale

29th September 2014 Print
Easy Riders

With the news that Peter Fonda’s customised Harley Davidson motorcycle - used in the classic 1969  Easy Rider movie is up for auction on 18 October and set to make more than $1 million – help is at hand for Harley fans of more limited means who have always dreamed of riding one of these iconic bikes.

US specialist, Bon Voyage, is highlighting its escorted Harley Davidson Easy Rider Movie tour which follows the exact route of the film with fellow like-minded travellers from around the world with travel on a Harley Davidson Softail or Road King.

The 14-night, 2,718-mile road trip - which takes in Southern California, the depths of Death Valley, the historic roads of Route 66 and New Orleans - is accompanied by an experienced tour guide, who will take bikers to the roads immortalised in the film, show guests behind the scenes movie props, share stories told by the Director and visit locations where the film was shot. 

Prices start from £4150 per person, based on two people sharing a bike and hotel room, inclusive of return flights from Heathrow, Manchester or Glasgow, accommodation with breakfast, welcome and farewell dinners and Harley Davidson hire.

The package also includes unlimited mileage, fuel and oil, services of professional tour leaders, support vehicle back up, national park entrance fees and custom riding jacket.

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Easy Riders