What is included on the tour?

1. Airport pickup on the first day of the tour- your guide will be waiting to welcome you at the gate.

2. Overnight accommodations in top-quality hotels.

3. Complete breakfast every morning.

4. A gourmet evening meal with a choice of entrée and main course (except on rest days).

5. New model BMW motorcycle fully loaded with three BMW cases.

6. Tour handbook (normally about 70 pages-very comprehensive) and highlighted map.

7. Expert multilingual guide on a motorcycle.

8. Multilingual guide in support vehicle which will carry your luggage, any oversized purchases you make; and even a passenger or two.

9. Tour polo and other gifts.

What is not included on the tour?

Air ticket, most lunches, gasoline, drinks, personal spending, tolls and tips.

  • Is an International Driving Permit required for your tours?

    It is highly recommended and will make any dealings with the local police much easier! To get one, bring your valid U.S. Driving License, $10 and 2 original passport-size photos to your local AAA office. For more details, click here.

  • How far will we ride each day?

    We ride between 200-400 kms. (160-250 miles) per day depending on the type of roads; mountain twisties or long desert straights. We always make stops for special sites, snacks, and a nice lunch.

  • How many riders are there on each tour?

    IMTBike likes to keep its tours small and personal. There are usually 8 to 12 people on each tour. This is the perfect size so our guides can become friends with all tour members.

  • What clothes should I bring?

    The dress is casual and our van will transport your luggage. Apart from your riding gear (helmet, jacket, pants, rain gear etc.) you should bring a bathing suit, t-shirts, jeans, shorts, and sweater. Our handbook, which you'll receive at least two weeks prior to the start of the tour, will have all the pre-tour information (clothing, customs, and arrival), hotel list and route details.

  • Is a helmet mandatory?

    Yes, a helmet is required by Spanish law. IMTBike recommends using a full face helmet.

  • Who are the other riders on the tour?

    Our tour members come from around the world which adds to the fun of the experience as you get to share riding tales from your different countries.

  • Do I need to bring traveler's checks?

    Traveler’s checks are not necessary. Today your ATM debit or credit cards can take out money in the local currency from cash machines in all the countries that we tour.

  • What extra cash will I need?

    You'll need cash for lunches, snacks, gas, personal expenses, tolls and tips.

  • Can I bring my own bike?

    Yes you can bring your own motorcycle, and it can be any make or model. If you bring your own bike then you pay the lesser passenger price instead of the rider price.

  • What about my luggage?

    IMTBike has a support van to carry your luggage and any additional items that you purchase on the tours.

  • What are the rest days?

    The rest days are scheduled at points of cultural, scenic, or recreational interest, usually after several days of riding. It is a chance to relax and enjoy the culture or ride and explore new scenic locations. You are free to explore towns and cities on your own. We also provide you with riding routes, if you choose to ride that day.

  • How experienced are the other riders on the tour?

    The riders have different skill levels. Some have been riding for years and are highly skilled, others have been riding for only a few years and ride at a more relaxed pace. You can always ride at your own pace! Your comfort is very important to us and many riders have been able to hone their skills by riding with our guides who are always available to give pointers.

  • Can my club or group of friends design its own route?

    IMTBike will custom-design a route to your specifications and desires with a minimum of 10 tour members.

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