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Museums and Castles 2007 with Edelweiss Bike Travel

Castle Hohenzollern in the Black Forest

Mark Tuttle
April 11, 2011

story and photography by Mark Tuttle Fear not, dear reader—I’ll spare you a blow-by-blow account of how my wife Genie and I spent our glorious summer 2007 vacation with 21 Rider readers in Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Liechtenstein. Since we partnered with Edelweiss Bike Travel to host this... Read more »

Iceland Adventure Motorcycle Tour

Amazing views popped out of nowhere.

Jeremy Bullard
April 11, 2011

story and photography by Jeremy Bullard [this review of KTM Adventure Tours‘ Iceland adventure motorcycle tour was originally published under the title “Fire and Ice” in the April 2008 issue of Rider] Riding a wave of euphoria off the ferry from Scotland, upon arriving in Seyisfjrur,... Read more »

Women’s Ride: Alaska Rider Tours in Anchorage

Worthington Glacier

Perri Capell
April 11, 2011

story and photography by Perri Capell Alaska lures male motorcyclists like flies to honey, but getting more women from the Lower 48 to tackle it on two wheels has been a challenge, says Phil Freeman, owner of Alaska Rider Tours in Anchorage. In 2007, he struck the mother lode. Eleven women signed up... Read more »

Catalunya MotoGP Motorcycle Tour

Catalunya MotoGP

David Mittleman
April 11, 2011

story and photography by David Mittleman [this review of IMTBike‘s Catalunya MotoGP motorcycle tour was originally published in the November 2007 issue of Rider] Spain is the mecca of motorcycling and the epicenter of the Formula One equivalent of motorcycle racing, MotoGP. If you’re looking... Read more »

Exploring Vietnam With Explore Indochina Motorcycle Tours

Terrace farms in Northern Vietnam.

Perri Capell
April 11, 2011

by Perri Capell; photography by the author and Lynn Brown It was twilight when we pulled into Cao Bang, and traffic was picking up. Digby, our guide, motioned to us to park the Minsks at a nondescript building on a street corner about halfway into town. There a grinning man approached carrying a small... Read more »

Mother Road: A Harley-Davidson Guided Tour of Route 66

Rider Magazine
February 14, 2008

It’s the morning of day five on our Route 66 tour and we might see tornadoes today. From the lobby of the motel in Oklahoma City, we’re watching the TV weathercaster point to his Doppler radar screen, and specifically, the tornadoes touching down all around us. And there are lots of them. At this... Read more »

Riding Around. America On Tour

Rider Magazine
July 26, 2006

Looks like 2006 will be a great year out on the roads. Rider’s 2006 list of domestic tour companies is the longest ever, and most say that bookings for 2006 are piling up fast. So don’t wait too long—if you see any tours you like, call ’em up! Guided motorcycle tours are more popular than ever.... Read more »

Motorcycle Travel in New Zealand with Edelweiss Bike Travel


Mark Tuttle
August 22, 2005

If an extended motorcycle tour in the prime spring and summer months is difficult for you—your career is busiest then, perhaps—and you can’t change careers, just change hemispheres. Fall and winter in North America are New Zealand’s spring and summer, and this lush and lovely country down under... Read more »

Brazil Motorcycle Tour with Ayres Adventures

Rio from the “Ayre.” Fifteen minutes in the ’copter will wear out a photographer’s shutter finger.

Lawrence Grodsky
July 17, 2005

There are 45,000 motorcycle couriers in São Paulo, the world’s third-largest city. On an average day, says Tour Director Mauricio Fernandes, one will earn his heavenly wings. Observing the busy, rain-slicked boulevards and the slim margins these daring deliverymen allow for conditions, I surmise that... Read more »

Motorcycle Riding in Northern Portugal with Motocadia Tours

The Belem Tower in Lisbon was built in 1515 and had some particularly nasty dungeons.

Clement Salvadori
June 22, 2005

The road rose out of the valley with smooth turns built into the ascending hillsides, climbing, climbing, climbing, the motorcycles leaning gracefully left, right, left, right. The lightly wooded slopes had the occasional pile of cut logs neatly stacked beside the two-lane byway, waiting for a truck... Read more »

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