What we're about

Are you interested in motorcycles? Do you own or are you looking to purchase a motorcycle? Motovoyagers Las Vegas is a group of motorcycle enthusiasts, not just actual riders. Whether you are a seasoned rider, new to riding or maybe just want to be a passenger, we encourage you to be a part of Motovoyagers. Learn about motorcycle safety, riding techniques and riding in and preparing for the elements. Explore new and exciting places to travel, how to repair your own motorcycle and meet new people. If this sounds interesting, this group is for you.

Seminars, podcasts and workshops will cover many topics including choosing the right equipment, riding styles and general motorcycle maintenance just to name a few. Rides are conducted both midweek and most weekends. Multi-day trips will include special events, motorcycle camping and exploring new venues in neighboring states. All brand and styles are welcome.

All Motovoyagers are encouraged to share their experiences, knowledge and favorite places to ride. Become a part of this growing community worldwide. Become a Motovoyager.

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Upcoming events (5+)

Red Rock Canyon Overlook Weekly Mingle, Maybe ride After

Let's chat, mingle, eat, have a coffee, a snack, meet new riders, say hi to old ones in a very nice place, be in contact with the nature very close to the city. Every Thursday, no host, go there, and somebody from the Red Rock Riders group or Motovoyagers will be there, bring something to share, donuts, fries, what ever you like, maybe will be some ride after, have good time and enjoy. You can be there any time between 5-7 it’s a social meeting no ride Facebook https://www.facebook.com/motovoyagerslasvegas/ Instagram @motovoyagers Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOGJLaWqsvz8-40zUVCsIuw?view_as=subscriber

Let’s go back to school !!! Practice

College of Southern Nevada (Charleston Campus)

BRING WATER AND SNACKS CSN on Charleston and Torrey pines, we will turn right on Torrey pines and the practice field it’s on the left one quarter of a mile before the fire station. We will practice the circuit and have fun. Bring water maybe will be hot that day Remember have all your gear on Follow us in Facebook https://www.facebook.com/motovoyagerslasvegas/ Instagram @motovoyagers

Red Rock Canyon Overlook Weekly Mingle, Maybe ride After

Let's chat, mingle, eat, have a coffee, a snack, meet new riders, say hi to old ones in a very nice place, be in contact with the nature very close to the city. Every Thursday, no host, go there, and somebody from the Red Rock Riders group or Motovoyagers will be there, bring something to share, donuts, fries, what ever you like, maybe will be some ride after, have good time and enjoy. You can be there any time between 5-7 it’s a social meeting no ride Facebook https://www.facebook.com/motovoyagerslasvegas/ Instagram @motovoyagers Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOGJLaWqsvz8-40zUVCsIuw?view_as=subscriber

Zion National Park Jewel of the West

Petro North Las Vegas

Zion or bust! From LV Speedway we'll head north on the 15 for 68 miles for a gas stop in Mesquite. Then continue on to Springdale for another gas stop and lunch then on to Zion, where we will ride into one of the most beautiful National Parks in the western states, and have a great time sightseeing. Finally ending up at Mt Carmel Junction our turnaround point. Just outside of La Verkin, Highway 9 ascends a fault abduction and drops into a valley surrounded by mesas with Zion Canyon's spires in the background. The Virgin River winds with the lanes on the south side. Stunning scenery and great history including the film location of "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid." Drop into Rockville and see a slice of preserved western Americana, round a bend past an impeccable apple orchard, up and over a rise and Springdale will amaze you. Once in Zion National Park, your vision is overloaded with a geological and natural variety found only here. Continue on 9 and ride the switchbacks to the mile tunnel carved into the cliffs of Zion. The road winds through landscape of Kaibab limestone with wind and water formations. From the east entrance to Mt. Carmel Junction, hwy 9 meanders through high desert terrain and forest. This is an all day and around 360 miles round trip.

Past events (27)

Gears and Grinds PARTNERING motorcycles !!!!!

Baguette Cafe

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