Who We Are

Moto Appalachia is the leading purveyor of motorcycle mountain tours in the central Appalachian mountains. Based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, we cater to riders searching for an authentic and unique motorcycle touring experience. Along with tours, we offer a growing line of moto-related products and services including rentals, training, gear, and more.

As the 2015 riding season approaches, we are excited to develop a franchise with Eagle Rider, a global leader in motorcycle rentals. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date on what's next for Moto Appalachia, or check out What's New on this site.


     

     


At Moto Appalachia, we are more than just motorcycle tours. Our other services include motorcycle rentals, training for new riders, tune-ups, and more. Send us an email with your particular request and we will see what we can do for you. Happy trails!

Moto Appalachia Motorcycle Rentals and Tours

The Appalachian Mountains contain some of the best riding areas in the world, scenic ribbons of asphalt twist their way across mountain passes and barn-lined river valleys. Waterfalls, overlooks and blue grass music dominate the region. The hospitality of mountain culture makes you feel like you have ridden back in time. At Motoappalachia we have assembled a chain of retired local riders from Western Pennsylvania south to the Smokey Mountains to act as driver guides. We have ridden hundreds of thousands of miles here. This is our backyard and we are proud of it. We would love to show you around.

Imagine a moto camping trip where you can ride light everyday because a truck carries your gear. Imagine a trip where you have more time because someone else sets up and takes down camp, while you ride. Imagine a trip where locals lead the way every day. Imagine sitting by a fire with a beverage while someone grills your dinner that we picked up at a farm along the route. That's Motoappalachia.
 


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Why Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania?

Our facility at 556 West 7th Ave Homestead Pa. 15120 in the South Hills of Pittsburgh sits just 30 minutes from the base of the Laurel Mountain Range. It is the perfect starting point for riding the rolling hills of Amish country here in PA or heading into the highlands of West Virginia and beyond. Pittsburgh also hosts an International Airport, Amtrak Train and Greyhound Bus station.