Edelweiss offers new tours for 2009

Train with the pros, ride the Dragon or go to the end of the world

By Motorcycle.Com Staff, Jan. 02, 2009
Edelweiss Bike Travel is offering four new tours for 2009.

The Race Track Tour 2009 takes travelers on a three-day trip from Munich, Germany to visit the racetrack Baden-Baden in the Black Forest. Riders will receive a full day of training from professional racers while guides will offer sightseeing and shopping trips to nearby Strasbourg. Tourists will then make a two-day journey back to Munich.

The Enduro Park Tour 2009 takes tourists through the Bavarian border region between Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic to the Enduro Park Hechingen. Professional Enduro riders will provide two days of training at the off-road park. Tour guides will also take visitors on a sightseeing tour in nearby Rothenburg and Nuremberg.

Edelweiss offers a tour to Ushuaia, Argentina, the southernmost city in the world.The Scouting Patagonien 2009 tour takes riders to the end of the world. Riders embark on the 20-day trip from Osorno, Chile through the Andes and Patagonia to the world’s southernmost city, Ushuaia, Argentina.

The Scouting Smoky Mountains 2009 tour takes riders down the East Coast through North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee and Georgia. Tourists will make their way through the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains and one of the most popular motorcycle roads, the Tail of the Dragon at Deals Gap.

The four new tours joins Edelweiss Bike Travel’s selection of over 40 worldwide tours.