Europe: WW1 & WW2: *Including: France, Belgium, Holland & Germany
Advance News! - New for 2016! Register here for these exciting new tours:
Specifically designed battlefield tours on a rental Harley-Davidson motor cycle for Australian, Canadian and America riders! Operated exclusively with Lind Tours, the UK's leading Harley-Davidson authorised Tour Operator. Riding your own Harley-Davidson, each itinerary is designed to closely follow in the footsteps of the men who fought here long ago, riding primarily on scenic country back-roads and taking in the different battlefields/towns and areas of major interest specific to your country of origin. Besides visiting the battlefields where your family/ancestors fought 100 years ago we will be including plenty of great riding time to visit chateaux, wineries and other places of interest!
Each tour will have a maximum of 14 Harley-Davidson bikes including two bike tour leaders and also employ the services of one of our qualified battlefield tour guides for all the key battle locations we visit in Europe (France, Belgium, Holland etc).
AUSTRALIA: (2 Tours)
Tour 1: Australians on the Western Front:
Tour 2: WW1 & 2: From D-Day to Brussels
Our Australian Harley-Davidson tour(s) are tentatively scheduled to operate in July - Sept 2016 Tour 1 will specifically cover the Australian sectors of the WW1 Western Front in France and Belgium where our forebears fought and died in the mud and blood of the infamous Western Front.
Tour 2 will cover both WW2 and WW1 sectors - starting at the Allied landings at Normandy and retracing the Allied push inland from Normandy then moving to Northern France and Belgium to cover all the Australian sectors of the WW1 Western Front.
CANADA: (2 Tours)
Tour 1: WW1: Canadians on the Western Front:
Tour 2: WW2: From D-Day to the Rhine
The Canadian Harley-Davidson tour(s) are tentatively scheduled to operate in July - Sept 2016 with Tour 1 (WW1) specifically designed to cover the Canadian sectors of the WW1 Western Front in France and Belgium.
Tour 2 (WW2) will cover specifically the heroic action of the Canadians from the WW2 D-Day landings at Normandy to inland then their advance through France and Holland to the Rhine and then Berlin.