Join this opportunity to enjoy these iconic bikes, as you are guided on some of the fabulous local roads for which they could have been made. This 2-day riding includes your choice of classic superbikes from The Crankcase’s collection. To make sure that your classic motorcycle touring holiday is something you really never forget, The Crankcase plans all activities along the route so that the stops are just as interesting as the riding.
You will spend a night at The Crankcase in Neu-Anspach, Germany or at an appointed local hotel .
You should arrive at 09:30 to take care of formalities before starting the day. Then at 10:00 you will have a short safety explanation and an introduction to the bikes. After that, you will leave The Crankcase at 11:00 to start your first 250 kilometers' tour. En route, you will stop for coffee, lunch, and one or two local attractions. You will be arriving back at The Crankcase at 17:00. You will be invited to enjoy a relaxing dinner with everyone in the farmyard. Your typical day route includes some lovely sweeping country roads, the occasional technical section with hairpin corners, and the absolute minimum of the main road. Other routes have different characteristics, so feel free to tell if you have a preference.
Ian's interest in technical things led him to get a bike as soon as he could. He bought a Honda SS50 to use on the road as he turned 16 years old. In the following years, he studied Engineering up to diploma in Engineering Technology accompanied by an ever changing motorcycle collection. After the SS50, came a Honda CB200, which was a real step up to which he fitted ace bars and a 2 into 1 exhaust as well as painting. Next was a 1962 Triumph 3TA, a Honda CB400T, Suzuki GT500, a 1968 BSA D14/4 Bantam sports as well as a selection of 175 and 200cc Honda twins.
You will be touring around some parts of Germany which may be near Frankfurt or The Crankcase base in Neu-Anspach.
During this motorcycle tour, you will be served lunch, dinner, drinks, and coffee breaks.