Motorcycle Tour
EnduroMania in Armenia - pure offroad

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In Jerevan EnduroMania starts and ends in Armenia, which is also visited at the beginning.


per rider in a double room: Honda CRF 250 X €2,490.00 $2,770.02 ?
per rider in a double room: Honda CRF 250 L €2,490.00 $2,770.02 ?
per rider in double room: Yamaha WR 250 R €2,490.00 $2,770.02 ?
per rider in a double room: Honda CRT 450 X €2,640.00 $2,936.89 ?
per rider in a double room: Suzuki RM 450 Z €2,640.00 $2,936.89 ?
per socia/social in a double room €1,990.00 $2,213.79 ?
per rider in single room €200.00 $222.49 ?


Airport Transfers
Support vehicle for accompanying persons and luggage
Tour guide german/english with motorcycle
Rent a motorcycle
Complete motorcycle insurance (exclusive 250€ excess)
Unlimited mileage
Accommodation in 3 star hotel - breakfast and dinner included
Lunch on the road
1 bottle of water per person and day
Travel insurance certificate
Not included features
Flight to Armenia and back
Gasoline for the tour
Helmets and rider's equipment
Travel Insurance
Alcoholic drinks for dinner
Portage and tips
Everything not listed under benefits

More details

Tour start: Yerevan ARM
End of tour: Yerevan ARM
Participants: Minimum number of participants 6 riders, maximum number of participants 8 riders If the minimum number of participants is not reached at the registration deadline, the tour can be cancelled. For later registrations we are happy to ask for free hotel rooms.
Region: Armenia
distance: 500km
Duration: 8 days
Accommodation: Three star hotel
Streets: 99% gravel road, tracks or open country. For this reason we ride with sport enduros.
Motorcycles: 4 different types are available, but only in limited numbers. If you book early, you have a free choice of motorcycles.
Pillion passenger: social and sport enduro? No, not a good idea! But if you book early, we will be happy to reserve one of the coveted but limited seats in the support vehicle for your travel companion. Again, what is better than experiencing an adventure together.
Round trip: start and finish the same
Road condition: 1% Gravel (are unpaved roads and paths that are leveled, often very good to ride, but can also have sandy passages, gravel roads, "corrugated iron" and potholes); 99% Offroad (is beyond paved roads, in open country, on natural paths and occasionally on gravel roads)
Difficulty rate: 5 (out of 5) - The route runs continuously on very demanding, extremely winding, narrow and partly single-lane roads.
Experience: Good experience on unpaved roads / offroad required.
Language: This offer is usually suitable for English and/or German speaking participants. We will gladly provide binding information upon request.
Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.

In Jerevan EnduroMania starts and ends in Armenia, which is also visited at the beginning.

On the first day on the moto, a longer ascent through a barren, sometimes alpine landscape takes you to the main ridge of the Geghama mountain range at 3200m, past Mt Spitakasar at 3552m, with a unique view of Lake Sevan in the east and up to Ararat in the west. On the descent to Lake Sevan we will make a detour to the volcanic cone of Armaghan 2829m and down to the crater lake (bathing is still under consideration (2800m).

North of Lake Sevan the tour continues over mountain meadows and through forests, up the mountains and back down to the valley or along the ridge at a level between 650 and 3200m. Just 6% of the route has neither ascent nor descent.

On the way we pass the old fortress Lori Berd and a side trip to one of the most popular sights in Armenia, the highest and most water-rich waterfall in the country, the Trchkan Waterfall (UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site).

Before EnduroMania in Armenia is nearing its end and we reach Jerevan again, we visit the volcanic cone Aragaz at 3200m and enjoy the unique panoramic view over almost half of Armenia. In the east there is the Geghama mountain range, which we crossed at the beginning, deep down Jerevan and in the west the mighty Ararat, the mountain of longing of the Armenians and landing place of Noah's Ark.

At the end of the tour we would like to express our praise and respect to the Armenian tour guides for the elaboration of this magnificent offroad adventure.


EnduroMania in Armenia is the craze for off-road freaks. Riding is done with light and agile sport enduros. The degree of difficulty is medium to difficult and therefore only suitable for experienced riders. With approx. 100km offroad per day, which means approx. 6 - 8 hours riding time, a good portion of fitness is required.

More than 99% of the off-road riding is done on unpaved roads, lanes, tracks and open terrain with gradients of up to 30%. The largest part leads through lonely landscapes, far away from any civilization, let alone traffic.

The tour is led by a local English-speaking, on request also German-speaking, guide and accompanied by a support vehicle for the luggage and one or the other accompanying person.

Tour description:

Day 1: Individual arrival from home country

Day 2: Yerevan city tour

Day 3: Pick up the rental motorcycle / main ridge Geghama mountain range / Martuni or Tsovagyugh at Lake Sevan

Day 4: Martuni or Tsovagyugh / Kalavan / Idschevan / Yenokavan

Day 5: Yenokavan / Atan / Aghnidzor / Dsegh / Dzoraghet

Day 6: Dzoraghet / Lori Berd Fortress with Bronze Age graves / Stepanavan

Day 7: Stepanavan / Trchkan waterfall / Mt. Aragatz / Yerevan

Day 8: Journey home

2915km Offroad / Air | After all the experiences and the warmth of the Armenian hospitality it will not be easy for some people to go home.