An initial ride through France and Switzerland is the appetiser before you reach the sunshine of the Mediterranean. But don’t dismiss these three days riding. You are staying in Troyes on your first night and in Neuvecelle a small French town on the shore of Lac Leman and the Swiss border for your second. The ride south to Italy takes you over the Grand St Bernard Pass in the Alps before descending through the vines striped Langhe Hills to Genoa and your overnight ferry to the islands – Don’t be late!
If you are looking for a relaxed ride through quintessentially French Loire Valley, dotted with Chateau, then this tour is ideal for you.
Eighty years ago to the day plans were being made for one of the most audacious invasions in human history. The allies second attempt to take the battle for Europe back to European soil was to become D-Day. Operation Neptune was the name of the beach landings and we are going to visit the scene of so much bravery and so much loss in our D Day Beaches motorcycle tour.
Think of the Italian Lakes and you think of A list celebrities, old stone towns reflected in calm waters with alpine peaks towering behind them. You think of a mist covered lake shrouding Bellagio’s Romanesque Church at the pinnacle of Como’s peninsula. The beauty and drama of the Italian lakes has made them a huge draw for many years and the great bonus for motorcyclists is all this beauty nestles under the Alps.
Recently updated – A more relaxed alternative to our ‘Mountains Alps tour’, giving you time to enjoy the incredible beauty and culture of the region.
Completely refreshed with several improvements to the ride for this year, we visit two of France’s most beautiful and important UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Rocamadour and Carcassonne. To get there we enjoy stunning scenery on empty roads passing Castles, Gorges and scenic villages.
The new European Explorer Tour explores France, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Germany, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Austria on this epic 20 day adventure which starts and ends in the UK.
If you are looking for a relaxed ride through quintessentially French Brittany and the rolling countryside of Normandy, then this tour is ideal for you.
Famed for countryside, culture and, culinary class, this region also boasts dramatic coasts, characterful old towns, and bags of history.
Experience the charm of Bavaria on our new 2024 tour; Romantic Road: Germany. Packed with scenic passes, quaint villages, beautiful architecture this low daily mileage tour offers plenty of opportunities to explore on and off the bike.
This new tour takes a relaxed pace as we explore the beautiful landscapes of the Ardennes, cruising the twists and turns through the rolling hills and extensive forests of one of natures unspoilt regions. You have the option to take two days away from the saddle to soak up the culture and history of the area to balance the experience of riding in this superb motorcycling region with some relaxed down time.
Recently revised this NEW Mountains: Pyrenees tour retains the great routes and some of the favourite hotels, but now with slightly lower daily mileages and two, two night stop overs it has a very different feel.
New for 2024, this tour is a relaxed motorcycling celebration of everything that’s great about France. It promises stunning rides, superb gastronomy, and world-famous wine. All this combined with riding days that never exceed 220 miles.
Our famous Mountains: Alps tour takes on a new lease of life for 2024 and heads to the Italian Dolomites, providing us with an exciting ride of twisty roads, sky-high mountain passes and picture-postcard views. The days will be long and fulfilling, with unsurpassed riding and scenery through France, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Italy and Switzerland.
1918 marked the end of the Great War but it is still remembered and commemorated by people from many continents around the World. The town of Ypres, Belgium is thought of as hallowed ground by many descendants of those men and women who crossed the Channel to fight and support those fighting against the enemy.
This tour tracks one of the most daring raids of WWII, when 617 Squadron bombed the dams of the Ruhr Valley in a daring and costly raid. The Dam Busters were immortalised in the 1955 film of the same name. 75 years on, in better times, we can retrace their route and enjoy the rebuilt Dams of the Ruhr. This is a relaxing biking holiday where the roads twist and wind around the lakes of the Ruhr Valley