Royal Bike Tours Thailand

Experience the ultimate freedom of riding through a mosaic of roads, spell-binding landscapes and a diversity of cultures. Avoid the road most travelled, the many tourist traps and go on an authentic journey of discovery on a vintage motorcycle trip through one of the world’s oldest surviving Kingdoms.
Uncover the hidden treasures of this magical kingdom on a vintage motorcycle trip with Royal Bike Tours – where the journey is as rewarding as the destination.

ROBERTO

Roberto has been riding motorcycles from the age of seven and has traveled and lived in Thailand on and off for the past 15 years. He is an avid adventurer, speaks three languages fluently and is passionate about bikes, foreign cultures, nature and history. A former university lecturer, he has worked as a documentary film maker and on numerous nature conservation projects around the world. Ethical and sustainable tourism that is respectful of local people, is an integral part of his life story.

ERIC

Eric has lived in Thailand for 16 years, after moving here from Belgium as a young man. He owns and operates a successful resort in the heart of Khao Sok and speaks French, Dutch, English and Thai. Eric’s passion for nature, community-based tourism and love of motorcycles, have combined to see him travel throughout the far reaches of the Kingdom. His life and travels across Thailand have given him unique insights into the local culture and those special places still under-explored and hard to discover, unless you’ve spent as long in this country as Eric has.

JEFF

Jeff is 55 years old, originally from France. He has lived in Thailand for the last 8 years. A former military and security specialist with the French army, Jeff has been riding motorcycles for over 30 years. Passionate about martial arts and personal training, he currently trains Muay Thai fighters in the region of Isaan, where he lives and operates a successful tour company. He speaks French, English and Thai

KLAUS

Klaus is a born adventurer, having traveled extensively around the world, often on his beloved Enduro. He has been fascinated by South East Asia from childhood and has visited the region for decades. After working as a day trader in his native Switzerland, he moved to Asia to work in the diving industry. Initially working out of the Philippines, Klaus moved to Southern Thailand several years ago. An avid motorcycle enthusiast, Klaus is fluent in German, French, English and speaks some Italian and Thai.