Guided Motorcycle Tours in South West France

dordogne motorcycle tours

From breathtaking landscape, to spectacular chateaux and historical locations combined with the best motorcycle roads in the Dordogne, Lot, Limousin and Auvergne regions of France. All of our routes  have been carefully selected for your enjoyment and offer a true balance for everyones riding capabilities.
From long sweeping bends to mountain passes to tight twisties,We'll keep you smiling all day!

We can also design tours to suit you, with the emphasis on what you want to see and if you just want to take time out to relax around the pool or visit one of the local towns or the many tourist attractions that's fine too, WE NEVER FORGET THIS IS YOUR HOLIDAY !

Dont worry, if you have booked your own place to stay you can still take a guided tour with us at any time. Prices from €15 per bike, see Ride Out prices.

Heres just a sample of our many ride-outs included with our centre based holidays!

South Dordogne approx 150 miles

We've picked out the best roads as we ride through the most popular and beautiful area of the Dordogne. We discover the chateaux, picturesque medieval towns, unspoiled countryside and prehistoric caves. If you choose we can stop and visit the Chateau of Castelnaud, a 12th century medieval fortress overlooking the Dordogne River.

Dordogne Sud


Lot approx 220 miles

We travel to the towns of Soulliac, Cahors & Gordon.
A very enjoyable day which includes some brilliant sections of roads and stop at Cahors, the capital of the Lot department, famous for its wine, its medieval quarter and the impressive 14th century fortified Valentré bridge. Definately one of my favorites.


Rocamadour & Gouffre de Padirac approx 120 miles

Rocamadour is one of the most stunning sites in France. A medieval village of cave dwellings and religious sanctuaries built into 150m meter high limestone cliffs overlooking the Alzou River Gorge.



North Dordogne approx 230 miles

We head up through the North Dordogne and visit the towns of  Brantome and Riberac before heading home through the capital of the region Perigueux.
The town of Brantome is an old stopping place on the pilgrims road to Santiago de Compostella. The town sits on the River Dronne, and is known as the Venice of Perigord. An impressive abbey and church with rocky overhang dominates the town. Plenty of cafe bars and restaurants to have lunch.



North Dordogne

Millau Viaduct approx 350 miles 

An early start required as we set off en-route to Millau. Fast and exceptional roads all the way . The D920 through the Lot Gorge are spectacular and once more we get to do it again on our way home.

The Millau Viaduct designed by the British architect Norman Foster is the tallest bridge in the world with a mast summit of 343 meters. Costing €400 million it spans the River Tarn and is part of the A75 autoroute.


Puy Mary, Barrage de L'Aigle and Beaulieu sur Dordogne 360 miles

Another early start required as we head up to Egletons and into Massif Central. After Egletons the roads become alot more interesting as we pass over the Barrage de L'Agile ( Agile Dam ) and on to Puy Mary and through the Pas de Payro,l the highest mountain road pass in the Massif Central at 1589 metres. We then travel across country and head for Beaulieu sur Dordogne via Argentat before heading home. A great day with lots to see and experience.


puy mary