9 Reasons Why Hokkaido is a Motorcyclist’s Paradise

February 21, 2017By MotoQuest

If you’ve been following our newsletter for a while, then you probably already know that Japan’s Hokkaido island has the best riding in Japan and is one of the most motorcycle-friendly places on earth. MotoQuest founder Phil Freeman first became acquainted with Hokkaido as a young man teaching English in the small town of Minami-Furano. … Read More

5 Things That Set MotoQuest Apart in India

January 19, 2017By MotoQuest

We often hear the question, “What sets MotoQuest apart from other motorcycle tour operations?” Some say it’s the charm and good looks of our fearless guides, but there’s more to it than that. Each MotoQuest trip is unique, of course, but on our India “Touch the Sky” Adventure in particular we go the extra mile to … Read More

Check Out Christina Tkacs’ Article in ADVMoto

January 12, 2017By MotoQuest

ADVMoto Magazine contributor Christina Tkacs came to us last summer to get outfitted with a rental motorcycle. We set her and her riding partner up with one of the water-cooled BMW R 1200 GS’s out of the MotoQuest fleet and off they went to explore our great state on two wheels. Below is an excerpt from … Read More

Letters from Bolivia – Scouting Trip Diary Part 1

January 9, 2017By Phil Freeman

I have always been intrigued by the story of Che Guevara, that iconic communist revolutionary who started out on a motorcycle adventure through South America and ended up rocking the communist and democratic worlds in the 1960’s. His eventual demise in the mountains of a remote part of southern Bolivia propelled him to legend. After … Read More

MotoQuest On the Road – We’re Headed to Texas and Florida!

January 6, 2017By MotoQuest

It’s the so-called off-season of motorcycling, and while there is plenty to be done to prepare for upcoming guided tours, we’re getting ready to head out on the road. MotoQuest will be at Dallas IMS, and we’ve also set a few dates for presentations at motorcycle dealerships in Texas and Florida this month. We can’t … Read More