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Further Information

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goat statue in a village
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We want to ensure you are comfortable with our tour principles.

So to join us on an unforgettable tour through the amazing Iberian Peninsula, 

please take a moment to read through the information below.


Further Info

Personal Touch

Spain is like that friend who always knows how to make you feel relaxed and happy. With its laid-back lifestyle and stunning roads, it's impossible not to fall in love with this country. Once you visit, you'll be hooked and find yourself constantly daydreaming about your next adventure.

Paved Roads

All our tours are routed on paved roads, however some view points, campsites and tourist attractions may be on short unpaved sections.

We do not generally ride ‘off road’. There are optional, light off-road tracks available on some tours (minimum 90/10 road/off-road tyres required)

Unfortunately we are not in control of road closures or unforeseen detours.
Your tour guide is there to support should an unlikely deviation from the route occur.

Ride Your Own Ride

We never plan a TOLL road into a route! Rarely, unforeseen circumstances (road closure etc) may necessitate their brief use. 

We only use motorways for the shortest and briefest of distances, for instance, to skirt a major town or city,


Riders are encouraged to ride at their own pace. It's really important to us that guests have reasonable control over their own tour. Nobody likes to be intimidated by a faster rider behind or held up by a slower rider in front.

We do not operate the rider drop-off system. Should you wish to ride away from the group at any point, your tour guide will be happy to advise on a suitable meeting point ahead, be that a view point or café on the planned route.

Frequent Stops

These are tours not races! We stop regularly for a leg stretch, photo opportunity and a chat. Lunch stops are almost always an hour! Spain doesn't like to be rushed!

Daily mileage is typically between 150 - 175 miles. Occasionally we will need to ride slightly further than 175 miles, possibly up to 200 miles, to get the most out of the day.
These longer distances typically include wider, faster roads, with sweeping curves and they seldom take any longer than the shorter distances in the mountains.


What's included in the price:

Return Ferry costs (shared en-suite cabin)
Campsite OR Hotel costs
GPX files and PDF road book
24/7 Tour guide support

Morning pre-ride brief

What's NOT included in the price:

Fuel, food & drinks

Camping Equipment

Road tolls and entry fees to tourist attractions

Breakdown, Travel or Medical Insurance 


Tour Essentials (compulsory)

Taxed and road-legal, tour-ready motorcycle. 

Tyres capable of covering 2000 miles (3000 miles for the Devil's Breath Tour)

Vehicle Insurance to cover European Travel.
Passport with minimum 6 months validity.
Vehicle breakdown insurance with repatriation for European travel.
Medical insurance with repatriation from Europe.
GHIC Card use the ‘useful links tab’ above for easy application.
Full size UK Sticker (the small number-plate stickers alone are not legal in Spain) mounted on the bike, not the luggage. This covers days when we can ride luggage-free.

Original V5 (Log Book)
VE103 certificate if you are riding a hired or leased bike, instead of the V5.​

Driving Licence.
IDP (International Driving Permit) if you have a UK paper License. 

Printed insurance certificate.
Printed copies of breakdown and medical insurance.

MoT certificate (if applicable)

ETIAS Visa (current requirements suspended)​

Authenticated copy of any prescription medicines when in France.
If you need to wear prescription glasses or contact lenses, you must carry spares for when in Spain.

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