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Testimonial WW1 & Ardennes Tour Sept 2010

By November 17, 2010No Comments

WW1, Belgium Ardennes & Luxembourg Tour 16 – 19 September 2010

The Tiger takes in the scenery !

“The whole tour was absolutely fantastic. The hotel accommodation and food were excellent, the roads you took us on were brilliant…you must love what you do as it was so well researched and executed. The King & Queen of bike tours, long may you both reign ! “
Tony, Triumph Tiger

We meet you at Calais

“This trip was a departure from our usual four days/
three nights at John & Jeanette’s farmhouse in Normandy. All the route planning, accommodation and sightseeing were organised by J&J and what an excellent job they did. It was obvious from the start that a lot of time and effort had been invested at the pre-planning stage to ensure we experienced brilliant biking roads as well as some magnificent scenery. The hotels they selected were perfect for our purposes, friendly staff, comfortable rooms, excellent food and well-stocked bars! I would have no hesitation in recommending Bike Normandy for this sort of trip…in fact we’re already thinking of another one next year”

Mike, Daytona 955i (on behalf of 9 riders from Kent IAM)

Gary gets a puncture on day 1


Theipval Memorial to the Missing


Mel in the trenches at the Newfoundland Cemetery

Lochnagar Crater
Last Post at the Menin Gate

The Menin Gate at Ypres

Chill out and enjoy the view

“Thanks, really enjoyable trip which will keep me going all winter but it struck me how professional you guys are…all your hard work in terms of twisties research, hotel location and quality, good grub etc – the roads were great and the marker system meant we could all ride how we wanted to which suited me down to the ground. Thanks again for a great riding experience – you’re the best.”
Alan, BMW Adventure

I swear the display said I had 28 miles left …
…Alan, who’s BMW ran out of fuel !!!


Now don’t spill any…


They’re all “Kwakers”

“Firstly, thank you for an excellent trip. It has been a long time since I have done a journey like this and did I miss a trick – yes I did. From the start you could tell the whole thing was very relaxed…the riding was steady and as described, you went at your own pace with no fear of getting lost or being left behind – nothing changed in this respect for all of the trip – perfect !! You guys have obviously done your homework very well and I can only say it was appreciated. As for the hotels, excellent. Local hospitality, local culture, just what I like. And the riding – great roads with one corner flowing to another…I haven’t had that much fun on a bike for years. Would I like to do it again sooner rather than later, yes I would…thanks again for the trip, the organisation, everything…”
Steve, Suzuki Marauder


Tony gives a speech during the last supper at Sedan


Mike commandeers a whole pot of wild boar !


Sedan Fort & Vimy Ridge Canadian Memorial