Important Information


What should I bring?

It is important to layer your clothing for different climates, as our tours may go through cool high mountain passes on one day and warm valley lowlands on the next. Rain in the mountains can occur unexpectedly, so you should bring a rain suit.  Information on what to pack will be sent to you in your tour information packet. 

What if I damage the motorcycle, do you provide insurance?

We provide motorcycle insurance. You are responsible for the deductible, which will be anywhere from 1400 – 2500 Euros depending on the bike. At the start of the tour you will be required to sign a contract and provide your credit card number for the deductible. We will not charge your credit card unless the motorcycle is damaged. For lowering the deductible, contact us about our VIP Insurance.

Do you pick us up and drop us off at the airport?

We will pick you up and drop you off at the airport if you are a part of a Guided or Self-Guided tour and are arriving or departing on the first or last day of the tour. 


How many riders will be there in a group?

In order to provide the best service for each of our guests, we have limited the size of our groups to ten motorcycles. The average number of bikes in the group is 6 – 8.

What is the medical support in Eastern Europe like? Is it difficult to get medication?

Medical support in Eastern Europe is considered as high-level. In case you should need any assistance, we will gladly help you find adequate support. You can get medication without any problems. 

Is the pace difficult and how do you usually pace a tour?

No, the pace is not difficult as we make sure to provide the right balance of leisure time and time spent on the road. If you wish, you can take some time off between the stop points and ride at your own pace. Your guide will provide you with the detailed plan for each day of the tour, so you can easily reach the meeting point in case you choose to separate from the group.
We usually ride anywhere from 200 to 350 kilometres per day (125 to 224 miles), depending on the type of the road.

Are lunches and dinners included in the cost of the tour?

All lunches and dinners are included in the cost of the guided tours, except on rest days. Our dinners are usually à la carte and you can order anything that’s on the menu. We pay special attention to organizing meals in local restaurants, so our guests could try local specialties.

Is there some sightseeing or just riding?

All our tours are designed to include some sightseeing time. There are a lot of interesting sights on the routes we will be taking and we have selected the best o fit the needs of our tours. We will suggest to visit museums, cultural sights, historic parts, archaeological sites, and other activities that will make your travel experience more fulfilling and memorable.

What documents do I need?

Citizens of the EU, USA, Canada, Australia, UK, New Zealand, and Ireland do not need a visa to stay in any of the countries we tour for up to 90 days. If you are a resident of another country, please check with your embassy. Your credit card, required for the insurance deductible, driver’s license, international driver’s license, and passport may need to be presented on the first day of the tour and on subsequent days at border crossings.

Can I use credit cards or I need cash while on tour?

In most places we will go you can use credit cards. However, there might be places that accept only cash, so we advise you to take some cash for daily expenses such as coffee, soft drinks, snacks or souvenirs. You will have access to ATMs and we will make sure you have a possibility to withdraw cash while on tour.

Can you arrange airline reservations?

Normally, we do not book airline tickets as we find that many people prefer to use mileage programs or shop for competitive fares from various travel websites. For information on what airlines to consider, see our "How to get here" section under Information.

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