News Edelweiss: Death Valley Biker Meeting

Edelweiss: Death Valley Biker Meeting

Edelweiss Motorcycle Tours

Every few years in the fall we love to ride in the U.S. on a long weekend with past and future participants of Edelweiss tours to present the new worldwide touring program.

If you have never ridden on an Edelweiss tour, this is your golden opportunity to get to know us, and more importantly, meet people who have already taken our tours. This will occur during the Death Valley Biker Meeting 2011, which runs Oct. 21-23.

If you are a current Edelweiss rider, you know how great it is to meet up with old friends. This weekend is a great opportunity to ride with friends and people who have participated in the specific tour you want to join next year, getting feedback directly from the source.

Biker Meeting Rates

US$ 495.00 for single accommodations

US$ 345.00 per person for double accommodations

Death Valley Biker Meeting 2011 festivities include two nights lodging at the Furnace Creek Ranch, a complimentary welcome reception Friday evening, dinners Friday and Saturday, breakfast Saturday and Sunday morning and a presentation of next year’s touring program.

Most importantly, you will be treated to some great riding with the owner of Edelweiss, Werner Wachter, whom will discuss in detail his participation in the Discover our Earth Expedition this year.

You will also have the pleasure of meeting and riding with one of our experienced tour guides from Europe and enjoying all the best roads and sights this beautiful region has to offer. What an opportunity for a great weekend getaway!

Reserve your space early for this exciting trip by sending us an e-mail to worldtours@edelweissbike.com.

Confirmation, weekend activity schedule and directions will be sent to you approximately 3 weeks prior to the Biker Meeting.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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