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With each adventure you get a professional motorcycle guide that will always be present throughout the tour duration.
You will be able to follow a rider with local knowledge & he/she will also give you insights on local culture & history. They will be able to judge possible ride extensions or short cuts depending on the weather & the groups riding skills.
On Multi-Day or Annual Adventures your luggage will be transferred for you in the support vehicle.
Another amazing advantage of our guided adventures is the possibility of meeting new motorcycling friends from all over the world! It makes a big difference in sharing a trip with like-minded riders – even if you live thousands of miles apart.
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Our focus is to give our guests a flavour of South Africa. We have chosen small to medium sized 3/4 star boutique hotels and lodges, which offer comfort, friendliness & a welcoming atmosphere!
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You need to be able to ride on tar and off-road.
Traffic can get busy in cities. Although this can be quite unsettling for riders used to more disciplined traffic conditions, it should not intimidate you. However, on Multi Day or Annual Adventures, you won’t have to deal with such commotion. The tours keep away from peak hour traffic in busy cities and the traffic outside of town on the back roads is absolutely fine.
All of our ‘One-Day’ and ‘Multi-Day’ Adventures will be led by Damian who has over 35 years of riding experience – from race track to dirt track.
Tours to local hotspots in and around Gauteng will sport a local guide (also referred to as an ambassador), that is familiar with the area we are visiting. A full briefing will lead into each adventure and all (if any safety concerns will be discussed). We aim to bring you the beauty of South African and the richness of the community and therefore our tours are carefully crafted to offer you the authentic experience without compromising your safety. We have personally done these tours many times to ensure that they remain relevant and safe for all to enjoy.
Bearing all the above in mind it is advisable to avoid public display of valuables and jewellery as well as cellphone to avoid petty theft. Likewise, wallets should be kept in riding jackets to avoid pick pockets.
Upon reserving a place on a tour you will be charged 10% of the total cost of the tour you have booked. 60 days prior to tour start the balance will be due.
If you decide to cancel the tour for whatever reason, the rider will have the following penalties:
a) up to 60 days – 10% loss.
b) between 60 and 30 days – 50% loss.
c) after 30 days – 100% loss.
During a guided tour there is a support vehicle and a guide which will offer all the help you need to get the bike going again. If the bike has a terminal fault, you will be able to take the motorcycle guide’s bike to continue the tour, until yours is repaired.
If the support vehicle isn’t present on the tour, we are not far away from one of our bases, so help will be at hand really quickly.
Motorcycles used by us are recent bikes which are meticulously maintained by official brand dealerships, and have an unblemished track record.
If during the tour you have an accident, the support vehicle (if available) and the guide will do all that is possible to get the bike going again if it is safe to do so. In the event that this is not possible, you can continue the tour in the support vehicle or interrupt the tour. In this instance, no refunds to missed tour days will be given.
Please note our motorcycle tours are not races. You are here to tour not to compete. Safety first, without obviously spoiling the ride.
The guide on tour has the authority to take a rented motorcycle off the hands of any participant, who is clearly endangering himself and other guests.
Please bring your own
- Riding Jacket
- Riding Gloves
Helmets are included with any of our tours. Please ensure you reserve your size when you make your reservation.
Helmets are mandatory. You can either bring your own helmet or you can use one of our helmets. Please ensure you reserve your size when you make your reservation.
You will be transported to the nearest hospital for treatment.
Medical Insurance is compulsory. We do not cater for this, you should source independently.
First aid is guaranteed to anyone.
All rental bikes are insured for damages to third parties.
Yes, there are:
1) If the rider/renter was driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol
2) If the rider/renter intentionally damages the motorcycle or commits a serious driving offence.
3) If, in the event of theft, the full set of keys are not returned (i.e. the bike was stolen because the keys were in the ignition)
4) if there are crashes between two rented bikes. All bikes are in the same ownership. Insurance does not cover one against one self. This is especially important for damages to persons. The renter will then be held personally liable for any injuries and damages caused to the other rental bike and its occupants.
The damage deposit will be released as soon as the motorcycle is returned in the same conditions as it was when it left the rental. If there are damages, these will be priced up and the balance of the damage deposit will be then released.
We will hold the R5,000.00 amount of the damage deposit in cash or on a VISA or Mastercard on rental day start. Please make sure you have enough funds to cover this. Don’t count on this sum during your ride as this is held and unavailable for you.
IMPORTANT! Please ensure that your bank and credit card company know that you are coming to South Africa and that the damage deposit will be going through. If the damage deposit is not authorised, the rented motorcycle will under no circumstance leave the premises and is considered a last minute cancellation.