ATV ∙ RZR ∙ DIRT BIKE TOURS
October 17, 2019
Interested in attending the world’s largest automotive trade event? Check out the SEMA show, happening in Las Vegas from Tuesday, November 5th to Friday, November 8th at the Las Vegas Convention Center! SEMA is the premier automotive specialty products trade event. It provides attendees with education seminars, product demonstrations, networking opportunities and so much more. It is a must see! Here at American Adventure Tours, we attend the SEMA Show every year and it never disappoints! If you can’t wait it to the SEMA show, no worries! They have SEMA IGNITED happening Friday November 8th from 3:00 pm to 10:00 pm. SEMA IGNITED is the after party that connects the general public to industry leaders and more. There will be hundreds of cars and trucks that will parade out of the Las Vegas Convention Center! This even will also have food, music, drift demos, and much more! Head to their website for more details!
SEMA IGNITED: https://www.semaignited.com/?aff=googleppc&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI84uAqcKj5QIViuNkCh3gQgopEAAYASAAEgKb3_D_BwE#welcome
September 24, 2019
Will you be here the weekend of October 19th and need some excitement? Check out Monster Energy’s AMA Supercross at Sam Boyd Stadium! It features, an AMA Amateur National Championship and the official advancement platform for the Monster Energy AMA supercross. This series provides the world’s fastest amateur athletes a chance to compete in the same stadium as the elite athletes of Monster Energy Supercross! Tickets start at just $20 and sell out quickly. Plus, they have FanFest before the race from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm. FanFest includes every professional race team, riders, interactive sponsor displays, and more. Meet the world's best riders, get autographs, and experience the excitement! FanFest Passes are $20 each or get FREE access by simply recycling an empty can of Monster Energy. Check out their website for more details!!
Doors Open: 12:00PM
Practice & Qualifying: 12:00PM
Supercross FanFest: 12:00PM - 6:00PM
September 16, 2019
Need a bite to eat? Check out Jessie Rae’s BBQ, it is our favorite! Jessie Rae’s has a style of its own! IMPECCABLE! They have been voted to have the BEST BBQ SAUCE IN LAS VEGAS for 2016 and is the GOLD WINNER for the BEST OF LAS VEGAS 2017!
Here at American Adventure tours we order a lot from them! We recommend trying out the MANIAC FRIES! It is loaded with man and cheese, hot links with your choice of brisket, port, or smoked chicken! The staff if really friendly and you won’t be disappointment! It is the best hole in the wall restaurant for BBQ!
Check out this Video! https://www.fox5vegas.com/video/jessie-rae-s-bbq-introduces-the-fortress/video_9f3ef76d-5db4-5953-ba9f-6195f420a1af.html
5611 South Valley View BLVD
Las Vegas, NV 89118
Right behind the Mandalay Bay!
October 9, 2019
In the mood for some Pizza? We recommend checking out Evel Pie! A pizza joint with a rock 'n' roll vibe & Evel Knievel memorabilia offering slices, whole pies & beer. It is located on East Freemont and is packed with memorabilia from Evel Knievel! Here is their inspiration behind Evil Pie!
“EVEL KNIEVEL’S attempt to jump the Caesars Palace fountains remains the single biggest spectacle ever to occur in Las Vegas, and EVEL PIE, Las Vegas’ most celebrated pizzeria, serves Evel the slice he’s earned of this town’s history. Created by Branden Powers and operated in partnership with Evel Knievel’s estate and son, Kelly, Evel Pie features the world’s most extensive collection of the icon’s memorabilia outside the Evel Knievel Museum in Topeka, Kansas, including motorcycles, statues, and an Evel Knievel Pinball Machine. An old-school pizzeria, Evel Pie has its own ‘70s American iconography that dovetails perfectly. No fancy lentil-crusted, tofu-topped asparagus pies here. Like in Evel’s day, just cheese and pepperoni New York slices (among others) faster than you can jump a canyon.”
It is a must see! Plus, if you check in on yelp you can get a slice and beer for $6! Check out their website! https://evelpie.com/
Location: 508 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101
September 3, 2019
Need a break from the Strip? Have you heard of Red Rock canyon in Las Vegas? If not, it is a must do! Red Rock Canyon is located 17 miles west of the Las Vegas Strip on Charleston Boulevard/State Route 159. Red Rock Canyon has as many as six different Native Americans cultures that may have been present at Red Rock over the millennia. Numerous petroglyphs, as well as pottery fragments, remain today throughout the area. Today, Red Rock Canyon is full of activities for everyone! It features a one-way 13-mile scenic drive with hiking trails, a lot of plant and wildlife, camping, and so much more! Their Visitor Center offers information and interpretation about recreation opportunities which will include a map of the area and trails! So, get out and see a different side of Las Vegas! Here are some things to keep in mind if you decide to take a hike there.
Clothing and shoes! Always wear UV protected clothing and shoes that can handle the rough Nevadan terrain.
Make sure to always bring plenty of water especially in the summertime. We suggest using a hydration backpack.
Always check the weather in the area, some trails in Nevada can be come flooded very quickly especially during our monsoon season between June and September. Also, keep in mind the temperature as well. Most trails do not have any shade coverage and areas can be as hot as 115 degrees!
Check the trail difficulties! Always think about who you are going hiking with and everyone’s capabilities. Red Rock Canyon has a variety of trails from beginner to expert. Don't forget to stay on the trail! Here in Nevada we take pride in preserving our Desert and wildlife! Plus, you don’t want to get lost!
We hope this helps prepare you to see a different side of Las Vegas! Visit https://www.redrockcanyonlv.org/ for more information!
October 11, 2019
Need something to do this weekend? Check out Monster Jam at Sam Boyd Stadium! This is an action-packed live event with four wheels where would class drivers compete in front of crowds around the globe! It features spontaneous entertainment and intense competition! Monster Jam drivers are constantly challenged with creating amazing spectacles that will hold audiences in awe. With each successful trick, the challenge is raised to go faster, higher or farther than the time before or impress the judges with the ability and agility. Head to their website for more details and to get your tickets today!
October 22, 2019
Feel like an adventure? Check out the Las Vegas Wetlands!
Since 1991, the wetlands have evolved into a major recreational and education resource the Las Vegas residents and guests. It is the largest park in Clark County park system. It has several Preserve loops in the park for hiking, walking, jogging, cyclists, or even horseback riding. The Wetlands Park Nature Preserve is a 210-acre section of the park that is home to hundreds of species of animals. The Preserve includes ponds, three miles of paved trails, restrooms, and a network of connecting unpaved trails and shady lanes that provide hours of nature exploration.
"Clark County Wetlands Park preserves and enhances natural and cultural resources, and provides educational, recreational, and research opportunities to the public”
Head to their website for more details!
October 1, 2019
The Las Vegas Strip has some beautiful scenery, especially inside the casinos! The Bellagio’s Arcadia is a must see! It is brilliant and breathtaking! Each season, talented horticulturalists and designers transform a 14,000 square-foot floral playground into a showcase of distinctive sights and colors of spring, summer, fall and winter. When the seasons change, their display rotates and 90% of the trees, flowers, and plants are recycled to further celebrate their commitment to the earth. As of right now, they are displaying Autumn.
“Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Garden's autumn display features golden leaves, soothing waterfalls and for the first time two exotic elephants. Envisioned by designer Ed Libby’s travels to India, the captivating exhibit takes guests on a journey through gardens overflowing with flowers rich in hues of umber, sienna and amber. Two 25-foot tigers made from yellow lentils, red and black cargo rice and caraway seeds keep a watchful eye over the North Garden. A gentle rain curtain pours over a fallen log providing a perch for one observant tiger, while birds of paradise and cattails offer a hiding place for the other Bengal. Three floral sculptures made from more than 2,000 vibrant roses rest on the edge of the pond.”
Bellagio Resort and Casino address: 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas