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Rocky Mountain Motorcycle Holidays Incentives

2010 Schedule including routes, rates & dates has been finalized!

An update from Rocky Mountain Motorcycle Holidays: Book a 2010 Rocky Mountain Motorcycle Holiday before October 1st, 2009 and we will lock you in at the current 2009 prices. The uncertainty of the current economic situation prevents us from publishing our final rates for 2010 at this early stage. However, we are willing to honour our existing prices (which may increase for 2010) if you book a year in advance. Plus you will also receive our standard 5% Early Booking Discount.

Our 2010 schedule includes our first ever ‘Alaskan Adventure’ tour to kick-off the season in June and as well as the inaugural Sea to Sin City holiday to close out the year in October (more details to follow). It also features the return of the ‘Ultimate of the West’ and the continuation of our ‘Western Canada in a Week – one way’ trips that will coincide with "the greatest outdoor show on earth" the Calgary Stampede (July 9th-18th).

In other news . .

Our motorcycle rental division is officially open for business and we’re ready to take bookings!

We realize that the landscape of the world’s economy has shifted drastically over the past year and not all people are in the same position financially they were a short time ago. In response to this trend and the demand for more affordable travel options, RMMH has recently launched a rentals division for self-guided tours. If you’re interested in a motorcycle hire or a possible ‘self-guided’ tour itinerary for the 2009/2010 season, please have a look at our rates online or contact me directly. To book a bike rental please go to:

www.rockymtnmoto.com

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