KTM Off-road Motorcycle Tours! Off-road Motorcycle Tour

With a stunning fleet of KTM 250 EXC-F motorcycles, we specialise in taking out small exclusive groups of no more than six riders per tour group. We do not mix groups, so your tour is your tour.

We ride into off-road heaven, to a land with no gates, guaranteeing a thrilling and thoroughly enjoyable experience, for novice and expert off-roaders alike.KTM bikes...

You will be guided by an experienced tour guide, who has been riding the trails around the Andalucian countryside between Marbella and Fuengirola on the Costa del Sol for years, and will be on-hand to make sure you get the best off-road experience money can buy. 

Whether you’re just starting out in off-road motorbiking,  or even an experienced Enduro rider, our tours will be a most amazing experience!KTM Off-roading!

We have access to an off-road training facility and 4×4 support vehicles are on hand, should they be needed. Our tours are tailored to your experience, skills, and what you want for your KTM motorcycle tour in the mountains of Andalucia.

A typical trail tour will start at 9.30am, riding until lunch time where we stop at a typical Spanish village away from the normal tourist routes. We can stop for tapas or a menu del dia and soft drinks. Then it’s back to the bikes and trails until around a 5pm finish.

Prices (all UK Pounds Sterling):

1 day riding with 2 nights accommodation £295 per person

2 days riding with 3 nights accommodation £430 per person

3 days riding with 4 nights accommodation £560 per person

4 days riding with 5 nights accommodation £690 per person

Single Day Rides** £160 per person per day

Custom Packages Available – Please contact us to book any of our tours.

What’s Included:

  • Transfers to and from Malaga Airport**
  • 3* or 4* Hotel Accommodation based on 2 people sharing**†
  • On ride days – hotel transfers to and from our base
  • Trail Tour Instructor / Guide
  • Hire of KTM 250 EXC-F Motorcycle
  • Full tank of fuel & refills
  • Full protective riding gear
  • 3rd party bike insurance
  • Lunch on off-road trail riding days
  • Backpack – including essential tools & water
  • Expert off-road skill tuition (if required)
  • Any breakages to bikes or equipment (subject to our terms & conditions)
  • A nice cold one (or two) at the end of the day!!

**On tours without accommodation, all the above is included with the exception of airport & hotel transfers and accommodation.

† Please note, a supplement will be applied for single occupancy accommodation.

What You Need to Bring with you: 

  • Your passport
  • European Health Insurance Card (EHIC)
  • Full UK/EU motorcycle licence
  • Camera
  • Long football socks / thick socks
  • Bags of energy!!

We highly recommend that you check your holiday insurance to ensure that your policy has a sports extension.

OpenQuoteI’m in my early 30’s. I hadn’t been on a motorcycle for years and never offroad. The guide, Kevin, took me on a single-day tour just him and me. They only want you riding with people you know – and I was alone. Starting in the training ground I was gradually introduced to harder terrain and steeper climbs. I didn’t manage to get good enough control of the bike to go on the harder trails – and I even crashed once on the training grounds. Good thing I wore full body armour. So we went an easier route with mainly gravel and mountain roads of varying difficulty, and a few offroad trails and climbs. We went on top of a mountain, and the route had scenic views of mountains, the ocean and villages. The difficulty level was perfect for me as it was challenging and tough but I was able to do it. A key to making it a success was the most competent, patient and generous guide who showed me how to do the tricky parts and always gave me options to take easier routes if I wanted. I never felt rushed. A full day’s riding with all this, and nice lunch, photos of me riding, and a pickup/drop at the train station for 175 euro. I feel like I’ve robbed them and we can only hope they don’t raise their prices too much in the future. I’m still very sore and the crash kind of spooked me, but I’m already starting to think it could be fun to go again. Magnus, Jan 2012.

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