North of Ireland Motorcycle
North of Ireland Motorcycle
From the North Antrim coast (Voted the best biking road in the UK) through the magnificent Glens of Antrim, to the spectacular Mourne Mountians, the Beautiful Fermanagh Lakes, and the rugged west coast of Donegal, and with a maze of quiet twisting roads inbetween, with lots of off the beaten track sites to explore, avoiding towns and cities.
Northern Ireland is one of the most bike friendly countries in the world, and when the weather gods are kind, probably the best.
All within easy reach of mainland Britain from Cairnryan, Liverpool, Holyhead or Fishgard, and we use pounds sterling so no hassle with exchange rates.
If you want a great mini Adventure Bike Tour, just book a ferry and get yourself over here and see for yourself, we'll look after the rest.
For more information, just email or call.
Come and witness the fastest, most exciting Motorsport on the planet, and combine it with a few days touring between practice and race days. Whether it's the two massive international events, the North West 200, Ulster GP or the smaller, but not less exciting national road races, the Cookstown 100, Tandragee 100, or Armoy. You'll get right up close to all the action, and mingle with the riders in the paddock. Still places available for North West 200 tour.
Good comfortable bedrooms and large sitting room for relaxing in after a long days riding. Internet and Satellite TV, all in a quiet home away from home atmosphere. Plenty of outside space to sit and take in all of the beautiful rolling Irish countryside. There is a large secure garage with bike gear drying facilities and games room.
Eddie & Michelle
Hi, I'm Eddie or Ed. I will be the main guide. I've been a real Bike enthusiast for over 30 years and enjoy all forms of motorcycling from off-road to touring and racing. I myself enjoyed racing motocross and supermoto for most of those 30 years, and had many thrills and spills. I now do most of my riding on the road, enjoying the scenery at a more sensible pace, avoiding the spills.
Hi, I'm Michelle, I've been riding now for over 5 years and having started on a scooter, have made my way up to a Honda CBF500. I too enjoy the whole biking scene and love to go for long rides out on sunny days. My speciality is catering for the guests and making sure they have a home from home experience, as well as rescuing anyone unfortunate enough to break down.
Obviously needs to be running perfectly before leaving, with plenty of life left on the tyres and chain/sprockets, bring a small can of chain lube unless you have a shaftie. Check oil and water levels.
You don't need to spend £1000s on the latest goretex suits, any decent bike gear will do the job, with a couple of thin base layers and a simple set of wet gear just in case. It isn't quite the arctic circle, although temperatures can drop, so a spare pair of gloves is a good thought and a neck buff keeps most draughts out.