BMW MOTORRAD TOURS
Motorrad Tours is the only official travel partner of BMW Motorrad UK. Our expert guides have ridden across the world discovering unmissable roads, the finest hotels and the hidden gems, to put together the experiences that you will remember forever. Whether you’re coming to us for your first experience riding abroad, you’re a seasoned explorer, or you just enjoy making new friends while riding, we promise you an unforgettable experience. We have a range of tours to suit every rider, find out more about our tour styles below.
Morocco Short Break Review 2016
These are European road tours, ranging from historic battlefields tours in the company of an expert historian, to peg-scraping rider’s tours of the Alps, Pyrenees and Picos to a relaxing Long Weekend in the Loire.
Still on tarmac (with the occasional option of some easy dirt roads), these tours visit far flung destinations. Morocco, Scandinavia, the former Eastern Bloc countries and South Africa are all on the list.
With a mix of dirt and tarmac roads, these tours get off the beaten track in developing or remote destinations. Peru, Vietnam, Thailand and Patagonia are among our many tours packed with fascinating history, remarkable scenery and great roads and trails for you to explore.
Overland Adventures are longer adventure style tours for those looking to explore further. Overland travel is about immersing yourself in the colour and culture of a country or region. Tours will be five weeks or more in length and are undertaken on your own motorcycle. The prices will include shipping your bike to and from the tour from the UK.
Freedom to Ride
Motorcycling is about freedom, and touring on a motorcycle should give you the freedom to discover and explore. BMW Motorrad Tours does just that. Unlike many other companies, our style of touring gives you the freedom to ride how you choose. Ride with the Tour Leader or independently using the GPS routes, paper maps and route notes provided – it’s your choice. It couldn’t be easier.
- South East Asia
- Alaska & The Canadian Rockies
- Explore Morocco
- Portugal & The Picos
- Meandering The Moselle
South East Asia360° Adventure
South East Asia is a wondrous and mysterious region. With a fascinating but often troubled history and unique and varying cultures, this enchanting region has much to offer. Join us for this six-week adventure packed with great riding, UNSECO listed sites and remarkable routes off the beaten track and South East Asia will live in your heart forever.
Alaska & The Canadian RockiesThe Real Americas
Combining the beauty of the remote wilderness that is Alaska with the remarkable, breath-taking scenery of the Canadian Rockies. Frontier towns, remote settlements, giant glaciers and, if you are lucky, incredible wildlife. This tour is crammed full and will live in your heart and memory for many, many years to come.
Explore MoroccoAll Tarmac Tour
Choose to ride or fly into Malaga and meet your bike. We ride south to the imperial city of Rabat before two days to explore Marrakech, known as the ‘Red City’. Great riding over the Atlas, Anti Atlas and Rif Mountains plus the opportunity to dine in a Berber Camp in the Sahara make this tour special. Throughout this tour you will enjoy stays in beautiful authentic Moroccan Riads.
Portugal & The PicosQuiet Mountain Roads
Spend two enchanting weeks riding twisty, quiet mountain roads through the rugged landscapes of northern Spain and Portugal. Described by one Tour Leader as some of the best riding he had ever enjoyed this tour is a mix of great routes, remarkable scenery and remote mountain locations.
Meandering The MoselleGerman River Valley
The river Moselle twists and turns its way like a blue ribbon between Trier and Koblenz along one of Germany's most beautiful river valleys. A region has been shaped by man ever since it was first cultivated by the Romans; now the terraced vineyards seem to rise up to the sky growing the grapes for some of the best Rieslings. Enjoy easy riding days along the the Moselle and the Rhine and a half day river cruise on the Rhine.