When I am on the road with a group, and we are all together looking at a gorgeous view or laughing around the dinner table, I can't help but get overwhelmed with a mixture of pride and joy as I watch our riders enjoying themselves. There is no equal to seeing a guest live life to their fullest and relishing the moment. When I see this, I feel like we at MotoQuest have done our job.
Sometimes I get asked what it takes to organize a tour, and I have to take pause.
There’s more involved than you would think. It can take years for an organized adventure to go from concept to reality. After 22 years of experience planning motorcycle trips, we have come to terms to the fact that it comes down to the little things.
First thing first, there needs to be a story. MotoQuest is what it is: a Motorized Quest. So, when we look at a new destination, it's important that the destination defines itself in a story, an event, or a geographical extreme. If you look at our tour selection, you will see that MotoQuest not only goes to just South America, but we travel to the southernmost point of Tierra del Fuego
And what bucket list is complete without a challenging ride on the Haul Road up to the northernmost motorable point in North America: Prudhoe Bay, Alaska
When we go to Romania
, the trip is combined with a focus on Transylvania’s history and twisting roads, and then overlapped with the thrilling spectacle that is the Red Bull Romaniacs Hard Enduro.
Our trips to Japan
coincide with the Cherry Blossom
season or the Japanese MotoGP
and fall colors.
Indeed, with MotoQuest, you can go to the highest passes
to below sea level
and to the extreme points of the compass. After all, that is where the adventure seems to be lurking.