Safety is our priority #1. Excluding any and all risk is impossible for adventurous motorbike tours.

Thorough travel preparation.

Safety is our priority #1. Excluding any and all risk is impossible for adventurous motorbike tours. Every day before our departure, you'll receive a briefing on what to expect on that particular day. But there are many things you should do yourself(1) in order to start your adventure well prepared.
We avoid busy stretches and work with local, well experienced teams. Our tour guides have CPR first aid certification and we use light, well maintained motorbikes. But accidents can happen and we want you to know we are committed to help you out(2).
Let this be a warning... The most important risk you'll take is that you'll be hooked for life on this type of motorbike travel!


To avoid accidents, this is what we recommend to our participants:

  • Inform yourself well before the trip and let us advise you.
  • After assessing the level of difficulty, it is important to consider whether your fitness and riding skills are sufficient to take part in the trip with a feeling of security.
  • If you have little or no experience with off-road or dual sport riding, take part in an enduro training session before starting the trip.
  • Make sure you wear high quality protective clothing. Be aware that clothing cannot fully protect against injury, but it limits major physical damage.
  • Take out insurance and inform yourself well about the insurance conditions and make sure that emergency evacuation including repatriation is covered in case of emergencies.
  • If you wear contact lenses, make sure you bring suitable glasses / sunglasses with you on the trip.
  • Bring a safe helmet, preferably a full-face helmet with visor or motorcycle goggles.

The tour guide during the trip:

  • Pays attention to all participants and provides instructions where needed.
  • Appoints one of the riders to ride as last one in line every day.
  • Avoids driving in the dark, but this cannot always be avoided due to unforeseen events.
  • Off-road trips are discussed before departure on the same day. The tour guide will assess the level of difficulty as well as possible. Based on this information, the participant can decide whether to ride the route or, if need be, (partly) travel in the support vehicle during a particular stretch.

What can you do yourself during the trip:

  • Check the motorcycle: are the tires, brakes, lamps and mirrors all right?
  • Adjust your riding style to the travel destination, adjust your speed, keep your distance, do not ride up too close, do not ride in dust clouds of the others. Think for yourself and don't blindly follow another, e.g. when overtaking.
  • Take good care of yourself, drink enough water, eat enough, possibly carry a few snacks with you in your backpack, take regular breaks (indicate when you get tired), make sure you get enough sleep and don't drink too much alcohol in the evenings.
  • Continuously watch for unexpected road situations and road surfaces: sand / gravel / mud / dust / rain / fog, unlit tunnels, other traffic, turn left, children or animals crossing the road, etc.
  • Wait for each other in difficult situations to help each other out (and to take the most spectacular motorbike adventure tour pictures, of course).
  • We often notice progress in motorcycle riding skills during the journey. Share your experiences / tips with each other on the go!


To limit the consequences of an accident: :

Your tourguide:

  • has knowledge of local services.
  • has your international health-, travel- and repatriation insurance data, your home contact details, your 24/7 emergency medical evacuation phone number(s).
  • knows the procedure to be followed by the emergency hotline
  • carries a first aid kit with him/her throughout the trip

Read the page about the declaration “ownrisk and liability”.“Eigenes Risiko“.