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Chauffeured motorbike rides around Cape Town
Arrive in style and see the Mother City from the back of a Harley-Davidson motorcycle
Treat yourself or someone who deserves it to a outlaw experience, no licence necessary. Thanks to Cape Bike Travel’s chauffeured rides, those who’ve always dreamed of a hard-fisted, free-wheeling outlaw life can mount the back of a Harley-Davidson motorcycle and careen around the curves of some of the most scenic roads in the world or simply arrive at any special event easy-rider style.
The excursions include an experienced driver who’s completely at your disposal; use and abuse him or her to the best of your ability. The chauffeur rider will take you wherever you want for however long you want (tours can be booked for between one and eight hours), as long as it’s within the law. These may be bikers, but they still have some morals.
Whether you prefer to tear up the tarmac that winds its way around the breathtaking Chapman’s Peak Drive, impress high-minded guests by pulling up atop a snarling Harley or simply fulfil a dream that’s always been just out of reach, the open-road motorbike experience will be second to none.
There’s something exhilarating about being able to smell the sea and feel the wind in your hair; throwing back the convertible top just doesn’t cut it. As the maxim goes, “Only a biker knows why a dog sticks its head out of a car window.”
Not to mention, because Cape Bike Travel has a whole beastly fleet of Harleys, booking out the pack for a hen party, birthday do, year-end celebration or matric dance caravan is perfectly plausible; so, ditch the limo and show up Black-Rebel-Motorcycle-Club fashion. Furthermore, the outfit’s gift vouchers make brilliant presents for the wild at heart.
Booking info for the Cape Bike Travel chauffeured motorbike rides
To book a chauffeured motorbike ride with Cape Bike Travel call +27 (0) 84 606 4449 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The tour includes a helmet and gloves as well as a bike and driver. Riders are advised to wear flat shoes, a light jacket and windproof pants.
Want to know more about what it feels like to be the king of the road? Read about our experience on a chauffeured motorbike ride.
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