Ride the Dream
our experienced adventure moto team.
The only motorcycle touring company specializing in small group sizes.
High staff to client ratio ensuring excellent personalized service.
Scheduled departures or customized tours.
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Thanks for visiting the Saffron Road Motorcycle Tours website. If you've been here before, you may have noticed things have been rather static over the last couple of months, but all that is about to change. Please re-visit this site from 16th July to see New Tour Options, Lower Prices, New Team Members and links to our Recommended Partnership Companies. The new lower prices will not affect the Company's dedication to providing the same quality personalised service, restricted group numbers or unique tour experiences.
As most destinations will still be covered either by this company or our partners, please take a few minutes to check out the Photo Gallery with links to our Picasa Web Albums. In keeping with the other changes, fresh new images will also be uploaded to these albums over the coming weeks.
So come again and contact us for more details.
Phillipa Saxton and the Saffron Road Team
Change of direction within Saffron Road. Click Here to find out how and what.
WHEELS WITHIN WHEELS CHARITY RIDES
A Holiday, an Adventure, a Gift to Humanity
Saffron Road also runs philanthropic tours which focus on raising funds for humanitarian causes in the regions we visit. Tour participants can make an enormous contribution to isolated communities, whilst experiencing the joy and challenge of travelling in exotic destinations. Read more.
Nepal Charity Ride Raising Money for Leprosy ReliefA special and sincere thanks goes to the people who joined the Nepal ride to raise money for the Sewa Kendra Leprosy Relief hospital and ‘Little School on the Roof’ in Kathmandu. Your generosity and good humour knew no bounds. It was a pleasure and privilege to share the experience with you.
Not only did participants get to enjoy riding in some of the loveliest areas of Nepal, but were also able to personally meet many of the people in the leprosy hospital and leprosarium that their contributions will help. Funds raised from the ride will be used to purchase medical equipment urgently needed by SKLR and also some necessities for the ‘Little School on the Roof’ which caters to the education needs of 75 students from impoverished families.