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Montana motorcycle RENTALS - From $74 per day

RENT. RIDE. Rocky mountains.


ride the rockies on a rental Royal enfield himalayan or kawasaki klr650 adventure motorcycle


adventure motorcycle rentals in Red Lodge, montana from just $74 per day

Montana - Wyoming - Colorado - Idaho - The Dakotas - Canada

The Rocky Mountains are legendary. Home to wildlife like you’ve never seen before, yet few people venture here. The open spaces, alpine forests, soaring mountains, pristine glacier lakes and rivers, and endless vistas beckon to you. Just out our backdoor, we have grizzly and black bears, wolves, buffalo, deer, elk, mountain lions, fox, moose, and more.

Sure, you could rent a big road machine to explore our beautiful area, but why would you? Our Himalayans encourage you to slow things down, take in the sights, smell the clear mountain air and experience this amazing area at a relaxed pace. You’ll be able to access roads and trails you’d never dream of tackling on a big BMW GS. So bring your SO and friends along, and see what the Rockies are really about, on an easy-to-ride, lightweight Royal Enfield Himalayan.

Situated at the foot of Montana’s highest peaks at the base of the legendary Beartooth Highway in Red Lodge, MT, Rocky Mountain Motos is ready to make your wildest adventure dreams come true. Our 2019 Royal Enfield Himalayan rental adventure motorcycles are the perfect motorcycles to take you off the beaten path and into the wilds of the Rockies. Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park are both a short ride away. We’re easily accessible from the Bozeman, Billings and Cody airports.

Starting at just $74 per day, they’re super affordable. How affordable?

We did your research for you: Following are real costs from Rocky Mountain area rental companies. Our Royal Enfield Himalayans are an amazing value!


We have a wide range of rental accessories to lighten your load. Book yours early… riding season is just around the corner!

the Rocky Mountains, the Himmaleh, and Mountains of the Moon, have a kind of personal importance in the annals of the world.
— Henry David Thoreau