... an event run by their colleagues at Kawasaki Germany called “Kawasaki Days”. This has been held for on two previous occasions and due to its success KMDE are planning to run the event again in 2021 at The Technik Museum in Speyer. The tour includes riding through France, Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany and will be of interest to all motorcyclists.
The event at Speyer is held over a weekend and our tour starts on a Thursday with an afternoon crossing on Eurotunnel. Included in this tour are all of your evening meals and breakfasts and we start with a welcome dinner at our first hotel on the outskirts of Lille. The following day we cross through the Belgian Ardennes and Luxembourg. The flowing roads through these two countries are perfect for motorcycling, with open countryside, beautiful river valleys, forests and wooded hills all to be enjoyed on route to our next hotel which is across the border into Germany for the second night of the tour.
On the Saturday morning we ride to Speyer to spend the afternoon at the Kawasaki Days event before going to our hotel located close by where we will be staying for two nights. On the Sunday you will have the opportunity to spend a full day at Speyer where there will be a large selection of Kawasaki motorbikes available for free test rides, a wheelie simulator and classic bikes will be on display. The event will also include breath-taking shows performed by a freestyle MX team and stunt rider Chris Rid and much more besides.
Monday morning we ride through the Saarland region of Germany, an area often overlooked by riders outside of Germany, but with well surfaced roads it makes for a relaxing ride as the roads follow the loops and meanders of the Saar river before we ride into the hills of the Eifel nature park on route to our final hotel of the tour in the Belgian town of Libramont.
Our route to Calais on the last day of the tour will take you out of the Ardennes through the Meuse Valley which borders France before we pick up the free autoroute for our return to the Eurotunnel terminal and a mid-afternoon crossing back to the UK.