Sleipnir Ecuador provides motorcycle rentals, guided tours, and self-guided tours. They strive to take you to backroads where not many go.
Motorcycle Tours (6)
David “Gambito" Garces
David is an Ecuadorean globetrotter that lived mainly in Ecuador, all over Europe, and US. Speaks fluently three languages, English, Spanish and Portuguese. His motorcycle career started at age 14, and since then he hasn’t been able to get off bikes and has been riding in all sorts of terrains as every good biker should. He has an amazing short run on superbike races, being on the 3rd place in the Nationals in 2013 and 2014 in the 1000 cc. category racing for Ducati, and 1st place in the 1000cc. Panamerican Championship in Peru in 2015 also racing with Ducati. Pretty friendly and approachable.
Steffen is a German who lives in Ecuador since 2007 and he loves this country. Speaks fluently three languages: German, English, and Spanish. Working in Tourism for 9 years now, he knows the country like the palm of his hand. His interests include flowers, birds, volcanoes, motorcycles, and photography is his free time, dominating the subject every day. Pretty friendly and flexible he is like a German-Ecuadorian ready to take your adventure to the next level. Come and enjoy the ride with Steffen safe hands!
from United States, May 2019
Everything, except the riding pants provided did not fit. I wear USA XL and their XL were to small to get fastened; otherwise everything was wonderful. Especially appreciated the Sleipnir team with their patience and accommodating attitude when I became ill near the end of the trip. I do highly recommend them! FYI my guide was Fransisco.
from United States, March 2018
Such an amazing experience. Super nice company combined with a beautiful country makes for an unforgettable experience.
from Philippines, March 2018
"Two Weeks Necessary To Catch Your Breath After Taken Away"
The professionalism and happy atmosphere began even prior to arrival. We arrived not fully aware of the adventure ahead of us but fully confident in the business as an operation and trusting that all would be provided for. The guide was incredibly passionate and knowledgable about the areas and cultures we visited, and was a very safe motorcycle riding leader who made us feel confident about riding motorcycles in a foreign country. Surprisingly, the guide was not even aware he was one upon arrival at work that day, and did not hesitate in filling the role and did so exceptionally well.