Dual sport motorcycles are an excellent option for exploring the island of Newfoundland both on and off road.
A local guided tour will bring you to scenic ocean coastal communities and inland to view spectacular wilderness scenery and the final destination at the Lewis Hills Lodge.
The local tour around the scenic Port au Port Peninsula with a couple of extra points of interest, such as Joey’s Lookout on Indian Head and the former Pine Tree US Military Station in Bay St George area is an awesome ride.
The local tour on the abandoned rail bed to explore the south side of Bay St. George and the network of communities surrounding the Three Rivers area is another excellent day trip.
We also specialize in planning long distance multi-day excursions around the Island.
The South Coast tour provides vast views of glacial stripped land as far as the eye can see and the final destination hosts miles of untouched, white sandy beaches matched only by tropical destinations.
The Red Indian Lake tour involves leading clients to the interior of central Newfoundland by traveling old logging roads through the wilderness. The return trip from central takes riders back along the abandoned rail bed during this multi-day excursion.
We try to minimize the asphalt driving by utilizing the mega network of logging roads and the abandoned rail bed (Trans Canada Trail). We visit small remote communities and utilize different local accommodations every night.
Guided dual sport motorcycle tours are available on a daily basis: $250 per guide/per day, up to 6 people per guide.