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Discover our range of roadtrip routes across Europe

Are you a fan of wide open spaces and long rides? Whether you're a die-hard motorcyclist or just a weekend hobbyist, take advantage of our expert advice and experience when you organize your motorcycle road trip!


  • Riding in Millau

    Discover or rediscover a side of France that you might not necessarily know.

  • Enjoy a taste of Italian charm with a ride through Rimini…

    Lying at the foot of the Republic of San Marino in Italy, the Rimini region has motorcycling in its genes. People come here from Bologna (with its famous Ducati factory) at the weekend to enjoy the vast beaches.

  • See Tuscany like you've never seen it before!

    This Mediterranean region has a wealth of treasures. From the Ponte Vecchio that spans the Arno in Florence, to the Piazza del Campo in Sienna, where the renowned Palio is held every year, or from the Chianti Classico vineyards to the Accona desert or the recently-restored Tower of Pisa, Tuscany has plenty of world-renowned attractions.

  • A land full of charisma, discover Seville and the surrounding area

    Andalusia is full of roads with exceptional alignments and impeccable surfaces. In this southern Spanish province to the west of Seville – a picturesque old city that resonates, day and night, with the spirited notes of flamenco guitars – the Rio Tinto valley subtly unveils its forms and secrets.

  • Discover Norway's most spectacular roads

    A narrow, twisting road opened in 1936, hardly widened since, and on which vehicles over 12 meters long are banned.

  • The Atlanterhavsveien, Norway's Atlantic Road

    At just over eight kilometers long, the Atlantic Road in Norway is tiny. Opened in 1989, it crosses several small islands linked by eight bridges. The best-known of these is undoubtedly the Storseisundet Bridge.