Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, is an enormous sandstone in the middle of Australia’s Red Center. Formed over 550 million years ago, Uluru is sacred to indigenous Australians. And guess what? It is more than possible to go on a motorbike tour here. Just imagine riding your motorcycle at dusk with the mighty and wondrous Uluru as the backdrop. In your free time, you can explore Alice Springs, the closest town to Uluru. It truly couldn’t get any better than that! So, why don’t you book your spot today?
The capital of Australia is located is located less than a four-hour drive south of the gem of New South Wales, Sydney. While the route from Sydney to Canberra is typically not that exciting if you’re following the M31 straight to your destination, there are numerous ways you can make your motorcycle trip more thrilling and enjoyable.
Cape York is one the world’s greatest adventure travel destinations. For riders, getting there is the ultimate challenge, the adventure of a lifetime!
Attending the iconic Birdville Races is almost a rite of passage for any dinkum Aussie, but getting there by motorcycle has to be the ultimate outback experience. Most famously, race-goers travel by four-wheel-drive or fly into the tiny town of 295 residents for the famous outback horse race event every September, but there’s a better way to do it!
New Zealand is a rider’s paradise! There are two main islands offering a selection of mountains, zigzagging coastlines, rolling farmland, canyons, tight twisters, thick native bush, and easy riding, while the weather ranges from sub-tropical to temperate and even some snow in the high country. All of these, combined with the amazingly hospitable people and an intriguing mix of native and immigrant cultures, make this a fantastic destination for serious riders.