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    Re: Seeking European Tour Company Recommendations
    Reply #10 on: January 25, 2024, 12:16:02 pm
    January 25, 2024, 12:16:02 pm
    *Originally Posted by wessie [+]
    this group of independent hotels in the Austrian Alps & Italian Dolomites offer tours. I have used two of them (Enzian and Weisseespitze) and the staff spoke good English. Some of the hotels have BMW bikes you can hire. Each hotel owner rides a bike and leads the tours in their area.

    Group tours website https://www.motorrad-hotel.com/en/offers/
    Hotel Enzian website with prices of hire bikes https://www.hotel-enzian.com/de/pauschalen/sommer/

    I have used the Enzian and also the Grizzly (https://www.grizzly-resort.at/en) and both are superb and will dump routes into your sat nav. They are both BMW Mottorad Hotels as well and have the whole fleet of bikes in the basement available for higher - so you could take out a K1600 one day for a long two up ride,and an XR the next day for a blast around the passes  :047:

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    Re: Seeking European Tour Company Recommendations
    Reply #11 on: January 25, 2024, 12:39:46 pm
    January 25, 2024, 12:39:46 pm
    Just for info..
    https://www.weisseespitze.com/en/motorsports/bmw-test-rides/
    I've stayed here and hired their BMW test bikes for a 5 day stay, they were excellent and thoroughly enjoyed our stay (they picked us up from Innsbruck airport - at a cost). Unfortunately it seems BMW have pulled the plug on them which is a shame, plenty of good 1day routes from their hotel.
    Sounds like they will plug the gap sometime in the future.

     



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