Spanish Motorbike Tours provides bespoke small group tours of Spain. We now start our tours in the UK, to encourage those who have never travelled abroad on a motorbike, to join us on a tour of Spain without all the worry that comes with travelling abroad on a motorbike.
I have been riding motorbikes for over 30 years, mainly off-road but with at least a decade of riding on-road, and on a wide range of bikes. We have a base in Flix, Tarragona, but our tours can guide you throughout the whole of Spain. You tell us what you want to do, where you want to go, on-road or off-road, and what sort of accommodation you want to stay in, and we do all the planning and organising for you. If you don’t know what you want, talk to us, and we can give you some ideas based on previous tours to help you decide what it is you want to see and do. You then join us at an arranged meeting point in the UK and as a group, we travel to Spain and tour this wonderful biker-friendly country.
Over the past few years, I have been able to explore north east Spain (Catalunya & Aragon) both on and off-road, and it is a wonderful place to ride and explore. Whether riding through the Pyrenees, or following the river Ebro to the beach, there is something here for everyone, whatever your ability and whatever you ride. I have been instrumental in helping to map, develop and update the TET (The Trans Euro Trail is an off-road trail network covering the whole of Europe) in this part of Spain, so finding new and alternative off-road trails is something I have been doing for some time. This coupled with my love of perfect tarmac roads winding through incredible scenery, especially routes which avoid the popular tourist traps, ensure you will experience the real Spain.
Whether you want a few days touring around the Picos mountains near the ferry port of Santander, or a three week tour of the entire country, we can create a package that gives you what you want. Send me a message and lets plan your next Spanish Motorbike Tour.
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