Hey, if you're as tired of us bragging about how great our Patagonia motorcycle tours are as we are tired of being so awesome, then this one's for you.
Not all of us get to be included in events like the Industry Invitational Tour 2013 that we just completed in March, and let's face it: Not everyone is even meant to join a guided tour group anyway. We're talking to you Lone Wolves out there. Yea, you.
Keep in mind that you can still enjoy all the incredible routes, sites, scenery and terrain of Patagonia without being part of a tour group, AND that you can do it for quite a bit less money than the prices you see on tours like "The Patagonia Experience." As an aside: Those prices might seem crazy high, but please trust us, Patagonia is one expensive place!
While we strive to show you personally all the great things the southern regions of Chile and Argentina that make up what is called "Patagonia," you can rely on us to make your trip as affordable and simple as possible if you still wish to ride alone, or just with your own group of friends. We are routinely setting up BMW GS motorcycles, maps, notes, and pre-reserved hotel packages for motorcycle rental customers that end up having the "adventure RIDE of their lives" deep in the heart of South America.
What's the catch? Nothing except for the fact that you need to plan ahead and reserve your motorcycle now well in advance. There are only about 110 reputable, well-maintained motorcycles available for rent in fleets across Chile and Argentina. While that sounds like plenty, keep in mind that each motorcycle touring company offering guided tours in Patagonia is using the same 110 bikes for various tours throughout the season! What that means to you is again, you need to reserve well in advance, (like by April) to have your bike waiting for the October through March riding season in Patagonia.
Have we beat this topic to death enough yet? Seems like people don't believe us still, as we get inundated with requests from November through February each you. Go ahead, wait and see if you don't believe. You'll be waiting so long to see Patagonia, there'll be McDonald's, Starbucks, and Check Cashing stores spread througout by the time you get there. At least you won't have to worry about seeing anything different.