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Motorcycle Tour and Training
The Western Alps for beginners and returners

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This tour is tailored for beginners - about 1 year of riding experience - and returning after a long break. That means the pace and travel length of the day are designed for beginners! No one is overburdened.

Pricing

per rider in shared twin/double room (only possible with own double room partner) €1,850.00 $2,004.01 ?
per rider in a single room or in a double room for single use €1,999.00 $2,165.41 ?
per pillion passenger in shared twin/double room (pillion passengers cannot book without an accompanying rider) €1,850.00 $2,004.01 ?

Included

9 overnight stays (2x start and end hotel, 2x stage hotel, 5x hotel at destination)
4 guided tours at the destination
Trip from the starting hotel to the base hotel and back as a guided tour (2x2 days)
Training on the road with a licensed trainer (BVDM license according to DVR guidelines)
Travel insurance certificate
Not included
Swiss motorway vignette - required for part of the tour!
Admission prices
Fuel
Midday meal
Drinks
Visitor's tax

More details

The trip takes place with minimum 4 participants
Group size maximum 5 motorcycles / 6-7 persons
Arrival is on Friday evening at the start hotel until 19.00 o'clock.
Language: This offer is usually suitable for English and/or German speaking participants. Please enquire for language options.
Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.

Description

The tour is led by a licensed safety instructor!

The journey to the base hotel is already offered as an adventure tour so that your riding fun is significantly increased. From the starting point in southern Germany (Lake Constance or the south Black Forest) to the destination are two-day trips to about 200 km, which is already partly over the Route des Grandes Alpes (RGA) or other significant passes. How to ride these passes successfully, and how to approach curves properly, you will learn on this tour! The first day rides through beautiful landscapes, with the opportunity for photo stops.

We completely avoid highways in France.

Itinerary:

Arrival is Friday evening at the starting hotel until about 19.00 clock, informal get to know each other, discuss the route and possibly the order of riders, changes to this are always possible. Also, a tiny workshop on riding techniques in general and especially in the Alps is planned.

On Saturday we start around 8.30 a.m.

The first stage rides through the valley of the Doubs and the Dessoubre to Jougne to the first stage hotel. a treasure chest of a hotel!

At the stage hotel, we can discuss the first day's experiences, make corrections to the riding style and prepare the trip for the next day.

To the destination, we ride south of Lake Geneva with its picturesque scenery. Of course, we make a stop there, a small snack is possible there. We continue over three passes of the Route des Grandes Alpes (RGA), Les Gets, La Colombiere, and the Aravis.

At the destination, we will stay in a *** hotel and will ride from Monday 4 beautiful tours, over some passes of the RGA, such as the Cormet de Roselend or the Col de l'Iseran, and passes that are not on the RGA, such as Kl. St Bernhard or Col de la Madeleine, Col de la Croix de Fer, Col du Glandon.

All tours are under observation and, if necessary, correction of riding style and, of course, safe riding in the mountains.

We allow ourselves one day break with the possibility of swimming.

On Friday morning we start the return journey, partly taking a different route than on the journey, to ride more passes.

The stage hotel*** will probably be the same as on arrival.

Saturday evening we will finish the trip, and collect impressions from the ride and Sunday is goodbye to the journey home.

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Please note:

There are a few additional rules in France that are different than in Germany.

- Helmet: Must have CE marking and reflective stickers

- Gloves: CE marking

- High visibility vest: Must be on board. Must be worn in case of breakdown or accident

- Replacement bulbs: must be on board, except for LED lights.

- Speed limits: unless otherwise indicated, 50 km/h in town and 80 km/h out of town (country and federal roads)

- Alcohol: 0,5 per mille

- Environmental badge: in some regions, in case of smog, the restriction is that only vehicles with an environmental badge are allowed to ride. The departments Savoie and Haute Savoie are exactly in our travel area. The sticker is available for about 5 €, here: https://www.certificat-air.gouv.fr/de