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Travel
New Zealand 
on a Dirt Bike Motorcycle Tour
 

Are you looking for a fun & adventures dual sport ride? Do you like the challenge of riding over rough terrain? Do you want to see and experience New Zealand? Ride the Suzuki DR-Z Dual Sport bikes through some of the most awe inspiring countryside of New Zealand. Departing from Wellington and finishes in Queenstown with the following highlights:

  • See the Marlborough Sounds from the ferry and your bike.
  • Experience the scenic wonders of Milford Sound, Fox Glacier and the Punakaiki Rocks.
  • Carve through the gold mining trails of the 1870's in the rugged beauty of Central Otago.
  • Take the back way into Queenstown!!
  • Once at Queenstown come for a ride to Skippers Canyon and maybe have a go at some Kiwi inventions - Bungy Jumping and Jet Boating.

Dirt Bikes:
Suzuki DR-Z 400
Yamaha WR450 
Yamaha WR250 
Yamaha TTR250
Yamaha TTR230

1 day tours $449 NZ Dollars

5 day Tour:
Day 1: Queenstown-Cardrona. 
Day 2: Cardrona-St Bathans. 
Day 3: St Bathans-Alexandra. 
Day 4: Alexandra-Nokomai. 
Day 5: Nokomai-Queenstown. 



11 day Tour

11 Day Tour

Day 1: Meeting Day.  Meet in Wellington that is the Nations capital at the bottom of the North Island to get acquainted with the motorcycles, have a briefing and then have a welcoming dinner to get acquainted. 

Day 2: Ride Day.  Wellington-St Arnaud.  An early morning start to load the bikes onto the Fast ferry for the trip across Cook Straight and into the Marlborough Sound.  Ride through the remainder of the Sound and then cover several off road sections to get to our overnight stop at St Arnaud. 

Day 3: Ride Day.  St Arnaud-Punakaiki.  Several interesting off road sections take us to the West Coast via the Buller Gorge Swingbridge (longest in NZ) and the Denniston Incline.  We finish the day at the Punakaiki Pancake Rocks. 

Day 4: Rest Day.  Punakaiki-Hokitika.  There are several options today with the first being to have a look at the Pancake rocks.  From here there are several things that you may want to do with the option of Quad Biking, Rafting, Having a look at Shantytown which is a replica gold mining town and obviously having a ride if anyone is interested. 

Day 5: Ride Day.  Hokitika-Haast.  Ride past the Franz Joseph and Fox Glaciers maybe riding to Fox Glacier or taking a helicopter flight and landing in the snow. 

Day 6: Ride Day.  Haast-Wanaka.  Leave the Rugged West Coast and ride through the Haast pass to Wanaka with some stunning off road sections along the way.  Stay at the beautiful Lakefront of Lake Wanaka. 

Day 7: Rest Day.  Wanaka-Cardrona.  A chance to enjoy the café scene or a little shopping and then maybe have a look at the Warbirds Museum.  Meeting at Cardrona approx 3pm with the option of having a ride in a high performance rally car around a gravel circuit.  Then proceeding up the NZ equivalent of the Pikes Peak hill climb to our overnight accommodation.  If there is the interest the possibility of going for a short night ride.

 

Day 8: Ride Day.  Cardrona-Roxburgh.  Now we are riding through some of the big station country in the remote Central Otago region following the old Gold Mining trails. 

Day 9: Ride Day.  Roxburgh-Milford Sound.  Today we ride into Milford Sound where we have our overnight luxury cruise in the Sound.  This is one of the most special experiences of the tour and a place of awesome beauty unlike anywhere else in the world. 

Day 10: Ride Day.  Milford Sound-Queenstown.  Leaving Milford Sound we ride in the back way to Queenstown the back way and load the bikes on the vintage steamship TSS Earnslaw for the final Journey to Queenstown.  We will have a final dinner this night at a special location which will officially finish the tour.  

Day 11: After breakfast we arrange your Airport transfer or help you to arrange some additional vacation. There is a lot to do in Queenstown and it is recommended to stay an extra day to partake in some of the exciting activities on offer (bungy jumping and jet boating as a few examples) 


WHAT'S INCLUDED
· Approximately 230 kilometers of riding per day
· The rental option of a fully Supported Suzuki DRZ400 or 250 
· All accommodation on tour. The accommodation has been carefully chosen for it's location, facilities, and for a New Zealand feel to get the most of your tour. We are attempting to stay in the best accommodation (within reason) that can accommodate your needs at every location on the tour. 
· All meals, also some drinks and snacks during the ride. 
· Four wheel drive support vehicle, carrying your luggage and our supplies.
· Tour trail guide and sweep rider 
· All ferry transfers
· Off road riding gear for hire or sale at reasonable prices


Please contact us for further details. Tel: +1 760 249 1105 

This Tour is operated by AdMo-Tours in cooperation with our New Zealand Partners: 


The New Zealand team, Cameron Jefferies, Erin Workman and Justin Thompson

Hi I am Cameron Jefferies and I will be guiding you on your adventure. In 1998 after placing third in the over 300cc four stroke class for the New Zealand enduro champs I went as a supporter to the ISDE in Australia. After this I rode to Cairns to work as a guide for Cape York Motorcycle Adventures who have been exploring the Cape for the last eleven years. In response to a request from some customers on one of those tours I organized an eight day tour in the South Island of my home country, what a blast!!!.



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