Harley Launches Global Authorized Tours

Harley-Davidson Tours

Want to see the world from the seat of a Harley-Davidson? The Motor Company is making this task easier by launching the global Harley-Davidson Authorized Tours program, which offers more than 150 tours across the world.

Harley partnered with 11 independent, multinational tour operators to offer the worldwide travel experience with destinations in Australia, Europe, Africa and North America and in 10 languages.

Nigel Villiers (Director of Internal Customer Experience, Harley-Davidson) says: "When you book a tour through the Harley-Davidson Authorized Tours program, you can trust it has been planned by the best in the business."

"Harley-Davidson has taken great care in selecting only the highest-quality, most-experienced tour companies – with the very best reputations for excellence – to provide a truly genuine Harley-Davidson experience."

Many types of tours are available, including guided, semi-guided and self-guided, and participants can book individual or book tours. Regardless of what is chosen, the Harley tours are offered with riding itineraries aimed at beginners or experienced riders.

H-D says: "No matter what type of experience is chosen, lodging and a rental motorcycle (where applicable) are included. Self-guided tours include maps, accommodation and a detailed itinerary. Guided and semi-guided tours include a tour guide; a support vehicle to carry your belongings; lodging accommodation; and transfers to and from the airport, hotel, and rental station."

With the launch of H-D Authorized Tours also arrives a fully, interactive website that makes it "easy to select the date, language, format, region and tour type as well as book or reserve a place on a tour from the comfort of your own home. The website provides detailed maps of each route as well as a full daily itinerary to bring the experiences to life for anyone looking for inspiration."

For more information, prices and to book a tour, visit harley-davidson.com/authorizedtours.

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