Welcome to Swedish MC Touring

We love Sweden and the beauty that the landscape offers. Lakes, fields and forests offer a changing scenery when you cruise on your bike along the winding roads. With our tours we would like to share that experience with you.

On our tours, every day shall offer beautiful scenery, good roads, an attraction and sometimes a surprise.

We are a small Swedish company focusing on motorcycle tours within Sweden. We have made this type of tours for years with Swedish riders and would now like extend this offer also to international guests.

To make the tours more personal, we are using small groups, never more than 12 participants.

To improve safety and maximize the enjoyment we mostly ride on carefully selected minor, scenic roads with low traffic intensity.

We have chosen good hotels (3-4 stars) for accommodation. A tasty dinner, a good night’s sleep and a hearty breakfast buffet will make you ready for another day of experiences.

This is what a typical day on our tours can look like.

We start the day with a good breakfast (included in the price) and check out of the hotel. When we have packed our bikes, there will be a briefing on what we will see today and where we are going.

We drive of and form the standard formation within the group, normally the zig-zag formation. Safety is paramont for our tours.

We use to drive some 45 to 75 minutes before we take a break, looking at a turist attraction, a beautiful sight or for a coffee break. The tour take advantage of winding roads, offering delightful views. We stop for lunch and refueling. During the afternoon we can make a longer stop at a turist attraction with a guided tour.

The tour shall be a treat, not a race!

A typical distance for the day will be 240 to 300 km (or 150 to 190 miles).

In late afternoon we will arrive to our hotel for the night. After checking in, we will relax and have some chat and feed back of the day. We will eat the included two course dinner together and share our experiences of the day.

We are now planning the tours for 2024. This page will be updated in due course.