DISCUSSIONS

Find the answers to many of your expat questions here

View Latest Posts

You're missing out...

As a member you can enjoy exclusive info and offers.

REGISTER NOW

Motorcycle transporter

Posted by stumpy2733 - Created: 3 years ago
0 0
Sorry no image available

6 replies (Showing replies: 1 to 6)

Sorry no image available
Posted by stumpy2733 - 3 years ago

Firstly, thanks Derek, but can't make that. Whilst on about bikes, if anyone has regular ride outs, please let me know. I have tried a French bike club, and the 2 hour lunch didn't do it for me. Not knocking it, just not my thing!

Sorry no image available
Posted by dangermouse-440611 - 3 years ago

hi i have to go past dinard airport a week on tuesday early morning if you need a lift,i have to meet the 8.15am ferry at st malo.regards derek

Sorry no image available
Posted by stumpy2733 - 3 years ago

Thanks. Oddly enough, it is a GS. And I would prefer the fly over/ride back option. Problem is if I drive car to Dinard, I have no way to go and collect it when I get back with the bike.

Sorry no image available
Posted by custard tart - 3 years ago

Hi, I have a GS currently in transit to Uk using this guy.....all communications have been excellent.

The bike was very securely loaded with great care from our home. I even took photos which I gave to Steve, to confirm condition it left here. Then this morning Steve sent me a photo of the bike temporarily in secure storage ready for delivery next week.....might be worth a call.

Contact :-

Steve Himsworth Cross Channel Couriers

19shimmy56@gmail.com

+44 7966 20106

Sorry no image available
Posted by garethe - 3 years ago

http://www.a2bmotorcyclemovers.co.uk/A2Bmotorcylemovers/European_Riding.html

give them a shout

Sorry no image available
Posted by garethe - 3 years ago

Ive had my bike transported in the back of many vans - if you google or have a look in the back of one of the mags there are specialist motorcycle carriers who also do bike transportation for trackdays abroad (from the UK). Alternatively if it's a really big bike, i have a GSA (so it takes up the whole of one van) you may find a quick flight out and then a nice ride down much easier and cheaper. good luck.