Pioneering Authentic Tours & Expeditions Since 1981
We don't lead tours, we facilitate your adventure. That is the MotoDiscovery difference
Since 1981, we have been riding the often overlooked roads of the world seeking authentic destinations off the beaten path. Over the past three decades, MotoDiscovery has found its way into the hearts of many spirited men and women because, when it comes to adventure, we get it.
Oct 3rd 2014
It is a highly involved but rewarding accomplishment. MotoDiscovery has again been awarded license from the Office of Foreign Assets Control and US Treasury Dept. to legally conduct people to people educational travel to Cuba for American citizens. Now is the time to sign up for your position on one of our 9, 12 and 15 day tours scheduled to begin December of 2014.
Oct 1st 2014
Combining skills enhancing training with an actual international touring adventure is what makes our Copper Canyon Training Tour the most fun way to become a more proficient and confident rider. To take on the task we again call on Coach Ramey Stroud, to share his proven techniques in a small group setting in the Copper Canyon region of Mexico. Sign up today while spaces are still available.
Sep 16th 2014
If you float in BMW motorcycle circles you certainly are aware of this celebrated dealership out of Jessup, Maryland. Bob’s BMW started the same year as MotoDiscovery and since 1981 and has emerged as one of the top dealerships in the country. For 2015 Bob’s BMW will be hosting a specially designed 12 day people to people journey of Cuba for friends and followers. If you attend the BMW National Rally in Minneapolis this summer, drop by the Bob’s BMW or MotoDiscovery booth for details.
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May 22nd 2014
In 2006 MotoDiscovery staged an incredible motorcycle tour through Iran with a dozen Americans. We are excited to announce that in 2015 we will be returning to this ancient land once known as Persia. We consider this one of our greatest accomplishments, an event that stirred controversy but proved again that pleasant surprises await those who are willing to take on the lesser traveled roads of the world. Link to Iran webpage