Our EuroRider's corner provides additional background information to help you join us and plan for a tour or rental. Travel stories, useful planning links, city temperature matrix and Acrobat Reader PDF files of magazine articles, tour and rental brochures are provided.
Mike and Jen Jagielski from Minnesota, USA explore new regions of Europe every 2 or 3 years. They rode in 2012 through Alsace, France and the Black Forest in Germany. See their European ride 2012 Tumblr page for their daily comments and high-quality photographs.
Mike and Jen returned for more adventures 2 years later which are depicted at their Germany and Austria 2014 Tumblr page. In the early fall, 2016 they returned again by rain and sunshine to revisit former terrain and discover new regions which are depicted at their Swiss Alps and Italian lakes 2016 Tumblr page
The Jacare Moto Clube from Brasil rode in June, 2010 a 17-day custom tour in Germany, Czech Republic and Austria. Review a few images at our Jacare tour views 2010 page.
Robin and Bob Hyde from Minnesota, USA joined us for our September, 1999 Classic Alps & Dolomites tour. Read about their riding adventure with many on/off-road observations with detailed day-by-day highlights at their home page.
Mark Hoyer, feature editor at Cycle World magazine, joined us on our August, 2001 Classic Alps tour riding a Yamaha FJR 1300. His "Trial by Alps" article was in the November, 2001 issue of Cycle World.
Ben Martin from California, USA joined us for our July, 2003 Classic Alps & Dolomites tour. See his additional photographs and a short interesting video on riding adventure highlights at his home page.
Find your perfect switchback.
Robin and Bob Hyde are now repeat riders and joined us again for our August, 2004 French & Swiss Alps tour. Read about their dream vacation II adventure and "best of the best" highlights and images at their home page.
Cat and Maus Macleod from California, USA are repeat riders. They joined us again for their summer ride 2009 and rented a BMW K 1300 GT. Review about over 500 images and a video clip climbing the San Bernardino pass (113.9 MB and 9 minutes in an .avi format) at their site.
Descend to the Neckar river after a castle lunch.
For additional images and rider comments from past years and around the world, see also:
Review our references.
If interested in the Can-Am Spyder rentals at our Frankfurt/Main, Germany or Zurich, Switzerland gateways, please review the specially created Can-Am Spyder page.
If you want to thoroughly plan your Alpine travels and/or do some armchair riding, we recommend purchasing a copy of the book Motorcycle Journeys Through the Alps by John Hermann, published and available through White Horse Press.
Why should you ride with us in the heart of Europe?
In our 30th year over 2,900 riders from all walks of
life and professions, from 19 - 82 years young, from 40 states in the United
States of America, 6 provinces in Canada, Argentina, Australia, Bolivia,
Brazil, Chile, Denmark, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Great Britain,
Guatemala, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Kuwait, Mexico, the
Netherlands, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Spain,
Taiwan, Turkey, United Arab Emirates and Ukraine have used our
Join Bosenberg for your ultimate ride in Germany, France, Switzerland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Austria, Luxembourg, the Alps and beyond.
Only one more "hill" for today.
We want to ride the Swiss Alps!
Ladies (and gentlemen) are always ready for the day's ride.
The Harley dealer in Bozen welcomed riders from three continents with Apfelkuchen.
Meet your medieval counterparts.
My home is where I park my bike for lunch.
Black Forest roads are scenic and smooth.
In the Alps the best riding weather is late May to late September. Valley temperatures are from 15 to 28 degrees Centigrade (60 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit). It is cooler riding on mountain passes. Chilly nights are possible in the mountains. It is also possible for rapid weather changes to bring rain or even a brief snowstorm at the top of the highest of passes in summer! Whether in a valley or at 2,500 meters, riders should be prepared for various riding conditions at all times of the year. You receive a recommended riding gear and clothing list with your tour or rental packet.
The following table highlights some city seasonal temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit on tours and possible rental routes. For current conditions use the Yahoo weather Europe page.
Steady hands and firm shifting are required on the Stelvio pass.
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Our private group motorcycle tours are conducted with your dates of choice for your club or group of 8 persons or more. Consider also our custom tour services for your special ride with friends and associates. Review our custom and incentive travel tours section and use our experience to your advantage for a great ride in the heart of Europe!
To celebrate our 30th anniversary, we offer an 8 days professionally organized and conducted Only Alsace scheduled motorcycle tour with guaranteed departures from 29 August - 5 September, 2017 and 5 - 12 June, 2018. Riding days on the Alsace wine route and German wine road offer many culinary highlights.
If planning only a bike rental for your European riding vacation, please review our individual and group rental program with Berlin, Frankfurt/Main and Munich, Germany; Bern, Geneva and Zurich, Switzerland; and Milan, Italy gateways.
All the essential information you need to plan your motorcycling vacation in Europe is within this home page. Please review our Acrobat Reader PDF files page to download our current tour and rental brochures or magazine articles. Our EuroRider's corner and links page provide additional information to help you plan your vacation.