Virtual tours of the Ayres Adventures motorcycle tours Worldwide
Join us on virtual tours of the Ayres Adventures motorcycle tours in Asia, Africa, Australia, Europe, New Zealand, North America, South America.
Join us on the virtual live tour of our Japan Cherry Blossoms and Mt. Fuji Adventure. This motorcycle tour in Japan begins and ends in Kyoto and features Japan’s famous cherry blossoms as well as one of its most popular attractions – Mount Fuji.
Call of the Wild Adventure is the only African motorcycle tour that combines motorcycle touring with luxury game lodges to offer an "in-depth" experience with the continent's incredible wildlife. Travel with us from Sandton, South Africa (suburban Johannesburg) through Botswana and Namibia, Victoria Falls in Zambia to Namibia's capital city of Windhoek.
This 14-day “Luxury Motorcycle Safari” begins and ends in Nairobi, Kenya and offers travel through four different countries that can be described as “the heart of Africa”. In addition to stunning riding, amazing landscapes, upscale accommodations and delicious meals, the Heart of Africa Adventure includes several of Africa’s most popular wildlife experiences – features available only with Ayres Adventures.
Beginning and ending in Reykjavik Iceland Adventure – Founder’s Expedition is an unforgettable 11-day motorcycle adventure into the wild heart of Iceland. Join us on a virtual live tour of the Ayres Adventures Iceland Adventure – Founder’s Expedition.
Our 16-day Mongolian and Eastern Siberian motorcycle tour begins and ends in Barnaul in Eastern Siberia and continues into Mongolia, where riders spend eight days riding the vast expanses of this fascinating country. Take [...]
Beginning in Riga, Latvia on July 31, 2015 The Epic Journey is a fully-supported 69 day adventure totaling nearly 13,000 miles ending in Hong Kong. Notwithstanding the vast and divergent territory that we’ll cover during this incredible adventure, it’s not about miles. It’s about the collection of experiences that we’ll enjoy as we ride through Latvia, Estonia, Russia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia and China.