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If riding in groups isn't your thing, then we basically offer you 3 ways to go your own way.


  1. Have a look over on the page of Multi-Day Tours and see if one of the itineraries is to your liking. If you like one of them, but don't want to be in a group and also, you don't want to risk wasting valuable vacation time looking for the most interesting POI's, restaurants, hotels, routes, gas etc etc - then we highly recommend purchasing one of our self-guided tours. You get all the benefits of a group tour - just no guide, group or service-van to carry your stuff or extra bike in case you have an issue.

  2. Come to us with your definition of a perfect moto-vacation and we'll help you tailor an itinerary to your liking. The maximum days in a row we rent our bikes out is 14 days - but that should also be more than enough to see the country. Request A Custom Tour.

  3. Just rent a bike and head out into the abyss. Go with the flow, have no plan and ride into the sunset. Pick whatever you want from the Upgrades & Additions list. If you have all the gear, gps etc. already, then this is the most economic way you can get to ride the Dominican Republic. 


The cheapest and most efficient solution is by far joining one of the Multi-Day Tours. By doing so, you benefit from all the trial and error we've been through to know where, why, when and what to do and you get the added safety and comfort of riding in a group as well as having a service-van going from hotel to hotel with all your personal belongings and if that wasn't enough - we also bring a spare bike, parts and tools in the service-vehicle


The Dominican Republic is a true dual-sport paradise and with tons of beautiful things to see and experience, this bike is not only ideal for what we want to achieve - it's freaking perfect! It has a long range, incredible specs and coming out of the CF Moto factory (supplier of private label engines such as KTM and Kawasaki), we know it's up to par with any other bike out there.


Engine type: Liquid-cooled, four-stroke, parallel twin, DOHC, 270° crankshaft

Capacity: 449cc

Bore & stroke: 72mm x 55.2mm

Compression ratio: 11.5 :1

Fuel system: Bosch EFI

Maximum power: 32.5kW / 8,500rpm

Maximum torque: 44Nm / 6,250rpm

Transmission: 6-speed

Frame: Tubular steel frame

Front suspension: KYB Ø41mm USD fork, adjustable compression and damping, 200mm stroke

Rear suspension: Single KYB rear shock, adjustable preload, compression and rebound, 200mm stroke

Front brake: J.Juan four-piston caliper, single 320mm disc

Rear brake: J.Juan single-piston caliper, 240mm disc

ABS: Dual-channel Bosch ABS with the ability to disengage the rear ABS

Traction control: Bosch traction control with the ability to disengage

Wheels: Wire-spoked

Front tyre: 90/90 R21, CST

Rear tyre: 140/70 R18, CST

Length x width x height: 2210mm x 870mm x 1390mm

Wheelbase: 1505mm

Seat height: 820mm (optional 800mm seat is available)

Fuel capacity: 17.5L / 4.62gallon

Dry weight: 175kg / 385pounds



Rental helmet: $10/day

Airport transfer (PUJ): $50/way

Airport transfer (SDQ): $200/way

Hotels for the 3-Day Tour, Samana itinerary (4 nights): $400

Hotels for the 5-Day Tour, East-Central itinerary (6 nights): $600

Hotels for the 8-Day Tour, South-West itinerary (10 nights): $1.000

Hotels for the 8-Day Tour, North-West itinerary (10 nights): $1.000

GPS & GPS-Mount: $25/day

SIM Card with 30GB data, 1 month validity: $50

Handlebar phone mount: $5/day

Sidebags: $10/day

Tankbag: $10/day

Extra motorcycle insurance ($500 deductible): $15/day

Basic tools & spareparts: $5/day

Private room upgrade: $100/night 


There's no-one size fits all and although we have multiple unique tours, maybe you just want to do something different. Let us know and we'll figure it out.



Step-By-Step Registration Guide

  1. Fill out the form below and click "register now".

  2. We'll receive your request to register and will check on our end if we have the bike available as per your request.

  3. We reply and inform you of our availability (and potential alternatives) as well as further info to clear the deposit.

  4. Once you've cleared the deposit, we confirm that your spot and bike is reserved as per your request and we'll send you further info to clear the last payment. 


When handing over your motorcycle for the tour, we will go through the bike and assure that everything is fully functional as well as register any given dents or scratches before you're asked to sign a Waiver of Liability. You'll also be asked for a security-deposit to cover any given damages to the bikes. This deposit will be refunded immediately after the end of the tour and the bike has been assessed that no parts need to be replaced. In the case that the bike is clearly damaged and/or very dirty, we reserve the right to withhold the security-deposit up to 3 days to assess the bike. Broken parts due to crashes will be changed as soon as possible and the corresponding amount deducted from the security-deposit.


  • A valid minimum 2-year old motorcycle drivers license

  • Passport or photo ID

  • Valid credit/debit card

  • A refundable security-deposit of $1.500

  • 50% of total cost paid in advance to make a booking

  • Further Terms and Conditions apply


  • Airport transfer (to & from PUJ airport) on arrival & departure days (pick-up from Santo Domingo Airport optional for +$200/way, see more)

  • Rental motorcycle

  • Basic motorcycle insurance


  • International/national flights

  • Personal travel, medical and cancellation insurances

  • Broken/lost/damaged parts

  • Motorcycle riding gear

  • Food & beverages

  • Accommodations

  • Gratuities

  • Everything not listed in the tour itinerary or in the "Included" section



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