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Author Topic: Lack of RE Tour operators..  (Read 525 times)


  • Grease Monkey
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Lack of RE Tour operators..
« on: August 29, 2009, 03:51:18 pm »
There are plenty in India, a member in Nepal ,but it seems that in many Western countries where the Enfield is a much loved bike, there are very few places where you can go and ride an Enfield.
Not really talking about solo rentals, but more of tour rentals.
We don't have any over here that I am aware of, I don't think Aussie has any either.

Are there any/many in the USA, Europe or Canada?
Just thinking of some of the posts about new dealerships. Maybe setting up a tour part of the dealership would add another dimension to the business.

Of course, with a guided tour, you have much more control over the treatment of the bikes, road conditions etc.
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Re: Lack of RE Tour operators..
« Reply #1 on: August 30, 2009, 05:01:35 am »
Here's one in the UK.
Don't know anything about them.

200 GBP a weekend.

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Re: Lack of RE Tour operators..
« Reply #2 on: August 30, 2009, 07:27:40 am »
I found this one a while ago advertising in Classic Bike Guide. Tours start in Thurso- waaaay northern scotland. Prices are all inclusive tours. Bikes are all Bullets. I imagine one would need some versatile waterproof and warm gear to ensure that it's fun no matter what. 


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