BEND, OR, April 17, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/
-- RIDE Adventures (https://www.rideadv.com
), a merchant of international adventure travel, would like to remind motorcycle riders that the main riding season in Europe is fast approaching, along with the dates of Germany's Motorrad Days. In early July, Motorrad Days provides riders with one of the largest BMW motorcycle parties in Europe, and clients have the opportunity to experience the event in connection with RIDE Adventures' "Alps Moto Explorer" guided group tour.
Eric Lange, owner and founder, says, "Based on my own travel experiences, and time spent in the motorcycle tourism industry, RIDE Adventures was founded on the philosophy that 'more people need to see this.' Riding through Germany, Italy, France and Switzerland during the height of the European riding season is an unforgettable event."
The "Alps Moto Explorer" adventure, offered as a Guided Group event only, is an approximately 2,000 mile trip, consisting of a fifteen-day exploration of some of Europe's most astounding destinations. Beginning and ending in Munich, Germany, this remarkable Alps trip is offered on the first Sunday in July, and coincides with BMW's Motorrad Days in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, which will be held on July 7th to July 9th, 2017. Additional tour dates are available.
For more information about the "Alps Moto Explorer" trip, including the itinerary and booking availability, in addition to the many other international expeditions offered by RIDE Adventures, visit https://www.rideadv.com/AlpsMotoExplorer
.About RIDE Adventures
RIDE Adventures has provided enthusiastic clients with exciting excursions worldwide for the past seven years. In 2008, Eric Lange, owner and founder, left behind the corporate world of logistics and supply chain management to embark upon a 65,000 mile motorcycle journey that took him from the United States to the breathtaking landscape of Patagonia. This epic adventure led to the desire to share this experience with others, and the establishment of RIDE Adventures soon followed.