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Motorcycle Hire Needed?

Want to hire a bike for an MCi Tour? RoadTrip Motorcycle Rental in Woking is the premier hire company with the best motorcycles in South East England.

For the best touring motorcycles, luggage, clothing and accessories at competitive rates please call RoadTrip Motorcycle Rental on +44 (0)1483 662 135 or visit

RoadTrip is conveniently located near Heathrow Airport (20 mins.); Gatwick Airport (40 mins.) and central London (25 mins.) with easy, local access to M3, M4, A3 and M25. RoadTrip can book local accommodation and arrange airport pick-up and drop-off on request. 

RoadTrip provide fellow motorcyclists with the best of British, European and Japanese bikes at competitive prices.  Triumph, Ducati, Yamaha and BMW: all bikes are professionally maintained, immaculately turned out, and ready to ride in U.K. and Europe.  They also supply OEM luggage, accessories, clothing and know-how. Full insurance and breakdown assistance are included in the rates. 

Don't forget to mention that you found out about them from MCi Tours.

FlyRide Norway!

NEW! Includes hired motorcycle starting in Oslo. From only £1799 pp.  As you may have read in the Daily Telegraph, we now offer a FlyRide option to ride up to the Arctic Circle or even the North Cape. Bike hire is based on a Kawasaki Z900, Suzuki DL650 and Suzuki GSX-S1000 Katana. Upgrade to a Kawasaki ZH2, Kawasaki Ninja 1000SX, Honda CRF1100AS & CBR RR SP, Suzuki DL1050 and BMWs at additional cost. Price is for two up on one bike sharing a double/twin room per person

As this is a SelfGuided tour we can amend or extend the itinerary to suit you. You will need to arrange your own flight to/from Oslo. will show you current prices, carriers and routes for your flights.

Please check availability with us before booking flight tickets!

For further info about the Arctic Circle click here and for North Cape click here.

COVID-19 status

We are in constant contact with many travel trade organisations, tourist boards, regional tourist offices and transportation companies, and are receiving frequent updates, as well as monitoring Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) updates. We use the data gathered from these organisations to undertsand whether or not our tours will be able to go ahead.

As a tour operator we are bound by The Package Travel and Linked Travel Arrangements Regulations.  This means that if the FCDO advises against “all but essential travel” within 21 days of your tour we are obliged to offer either an alternative tour, the postponement of your tour, or a full refund (please see below). However, if we feel we need to cancel or reschedule any tour due to COVID related travel restrictions we will do this as early as possible (no less than 30 days prior to departure) and will offer a full refund unless you would prefer to transfer your booking to an alternative tour.

Frequently Asked Questions

What if I decide I don’t want to go?

If the FCDO has not advised against travel at the time of your tour and we have not informed you otherwise then your trip is going ahead as planned.

If you decide to cancel your trip due to a “disinclination” to travel (ie there is no FCDO advice against all but essential travel) then normal cancellation terms and conditions will apply.  We will be as flexible as possible, and it may be you would like to tranfer to an alternative tour.

Should I pay my balance?

Unless we contact you to advise a change to your holiday arrangements you should pay your balance as indicated on your invoice. If you wish to cancel then normal cancellation conditions apply.  Again, it may be possible to arrange an alternative tour.

What about holiday insurance?

We are advising all our customers as a priority to check that you already have holiday insurance in place. Some providers of travel insurance may decide it is too risky for them to continue selling these policies and withdraw them from sale, as several have already done. Holiday insurance should always be bought at the same time as booking a trip so if you have not done so, please do it NOW and please check what your provider will cover you for! You should check directly with your insurance provider exactly what you are covered for.

How will you deal with FCDO updates?

If the FCDO advises against travel to your destination and we are not able to route around the area, and it is due to depart within 21 days or less we will contact you to discuss the options and you will be given the option of postponing the trip, looking at an alternative or cancelling with a full refund.

I have a pre-existing medical condition and do not want to travel – can I get a refund if I cancel my holiday?

You are free to make the choice not to travel, but if the FCDO are not advising against travel to your destination at the time of your tour then normal cancellation charges will apply.

If your GP has advised that you do not travel, and provided you with official documentation to confirm this, then you will need to check the terms of your travel insurance policy to see if you can claim any cancellation charge back.