Ride through jungle into the high mountains up to 2500 meters altitude, see the Colonial Town Talpa de Allende and the beautiful lake "Cajon de Peñas" on our new 2 Days Adventure Tour.
Tour reviews from our customers on Tripadvisor:
Best Ride Ever!
This was the best ride ever in my 50 yrs of experience. A two day off road adventure covered about 200 miles total. The scenery was absolutely beautiful. This is the Mexico that most tourists never see. I loved the small mountain towns and villages.
Cattle and horses in the roadway. Friendly and beautiful people always. I thouroghly enjoyed every moment of my time on this trip. Jurgen's experience and wealth of knowledge of the culture is beyond describing. As a guide, he will give you details of upcoming challenges and provide what you need to get through the challenging parts of this off road tour. The food was beyond delicious, and accommodations were outstanding. My wife and I have also done a four day classic tour with him, and are making plans to book again for next season. I highly recommend Bike Mexico.
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My friend and I booked and completed the 2 day adventure tour with Jurgen at Bike Mexico a couple of weeks ago. They provided all the safety gear we needed, the 250 Hondas were in good condition and the route was spectacular. All was as advertised. We saw a side of Mexico that most tourists don't get to see and rode into the mountains that one doesn't imagine exist while staying at the PV resorts. I would highly recommend this tour for the experienced rider wants some adventure away from the beaches. Will definitely consider another tour with Bike Mexico if I return to the PV area.
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Fabulous two day tour
Wonderful authentic glimpse into riding on and off road around the beautiful mountains near Peurto Vallarta by our very knowledgeable guide Jürgen.
Bikes were nothing fancy but very adequate. The 250 Honda Tornado I rode was great.
The places we stopped at to eat or overnight were perfect. I loved seeing out lunch made in front of us - delicious handmade fresh tortillas!!
Very impressed with all the riding gear too - boots jacket and flip up helmet with CLEAN visor.
The off road riding up the mountains trails were sketchy enough to keep me on my toes and excited and the sandy beach roads were fun too.
Thank you Jürgen and Eli :)
Next Tour Dates:
This tour includes roads/tracks that often include sand, gravel, rocks and/or dirt, as well as very steep terrain. You must know how to ride the bike under these conditions. It's a mix of off-road and on-road riding.
Leaving our house in the mountains we ride towards Puerto Vallarta along the River Cuale to the east, directly into the mountain area. After passing the last houses we climb up on winding dirt roads through the jungle. After about 1 hour we are already at 1000 m / 3300 ft altitude where we have incredible views over the beautiful mountain range. We ride up and down through landscapes similar to the South American Andes to Cuale, a village named like the River Cuale which flows into the ocean in Puerto Vallarta. The village is situated at about 1500 m / 4900 ft. altitude. Here we will have our lunch break and time to explore the former mining village. After lunch we ride even higher into the mountain range up to 2500 m / 8300 ft altitude with incredible views over the whole mountain range. Now it’s time to descend step by step from the high pine wood forest into tropical areas. In the late afternoon we will reach the colonial town Talpa de Allende (1160 m/3800ft.). Here we will stay overnight and we have time to explore the beautiful center with the plaza and the impressive cathedral.
We ride through the beautiful valley and descend on little windy roads from the cooler highlands to the warm jungle.
We ride further towards the coast and will have a lunch break at a beautiful lake/dam.
Depending on the needed riding time and the season of the year we can ride back on dirt roads via farmland along some water canals or via the coast visiting some beautiful beaches.
As we want to provide you with a vacation experience, the ride will be relaxed rather than racing. Your day with us should be enjoyable, at a comfortable pace and stress-free for all participants experiencing the beautiful country side, thus being an “enduro hiking” tour. There is time to stop, enjoy the scenery and take pictures or videos.
Next Tour Dates:
750.00 USD for one Rider on HONDA XR 250 TORNADO
890.00 USD for one Rider with Passenger on HONDA XR 250 TORNADO
825.00 USD for one Rider on SUZUKI DR 650 SE
990.00 USD for one Rider with Passenger on SUZUKI DR 650 SE
Minimum Number of Participants: 2 Riders
It's possible to do it for 1 Rider only with an extra charge of 20 %.
THEFT AND DAMAGE WAIVER
$10.00 U.S. / DAY HONDA - XR 250 TORNADO
- Deductible $ 1000.00 U.S. for damages and theft. Deposit is $ 1000.00 U.S.
$15.00 U.S. / DAY - SUZUKI DR 650
- Deductible $ 1500.00 U.S. for damages and theft. Deposit is $ 1500.00 U.S.
Without THEFT AND DAMAGE WAIVER:
A deposit of ($ 2000.00 U.S.-HONDA TORNADO / $ 3000.00 U.S.-SUZUKI DR 650) is required at the time of pick up and you are fully responsible for any damage to, or theft of, your rental vehicle.
We accept Visa, Master, Diners Club and Discover Credit Cards.
We don't accept American Express Credit Card.
Please confirm that your Credit Card will work in Mexico and has enough credit for the deposit payment.
What is included:
- Renting Motorcycle HONDA XR 250 TORNADO, SUZUKI DR 650 SE,
- 1 Night in nice Hotel in single room and breakfast
- Lunch on the first day
- Motorcycle Basic Insurance
- Safety Gear, like DOT certified helmet, body armor or back protector
- Bilingual Tour Guide
- Water or soft drink during tour break
Valid drivers license (for Motorcycle, depending on state laws)
Credit Card for security deposit or cash
The minimum age is 21 years. Exceptions may be made for group bookings or if a parent wants to ride together with a son/daughter. At the discretion of Bike-Mexico.
Minimum 1 year riding experience with motorcycles
What to bring:
Windbreaker Jacket, sweater or something similar as it can get chilly in the mountains.
Footwear for riding (hiking boots or something similar)
Sun protection (sun blocker)
Money in Pesos for lunch, dinner, tips or souvenirs