Mölköm 1 day
Difficulty *3 "Offroad"
or
difficulty *4 "Enduro"

The tour starts and ends in Molkom



This tour can be done in two different difficultys, Offroad ( for bigger bikes ) and Enduro ( smaller/ lighter bikes ).
Both difficultys follows the same route but we can do some detours for more challenging tracks if we riding smaller/lighter bikes.
 The first 90 kms to the lunch at the mansion are we riding on nice and easy gravelroads.
Some of the riding after lunch are on an old abandon railway.
The endurotracks are along the way back to Molkom.
Smaller/enduro bikes are welcome to travel with us on a "Offroad tour" , but then they have to follow the same path as the big bikes.
Big heavy bikes is not allowed on a "Enduro tour", it's not possible to get them through the worst parts of the tracks.
You can choose difficulty if you do a private tour with your friends.
If it's an organised tour in the calendar by us you will see the difficulty in then invite.
The tour is 240 km.

Group size: 3-10 people.
The trip is not suitable for passengers.

What's included:
*Guiding
*Lunch
*Fees for certain private roads / trails

What is not included:
*Motorbike
*Petrol
*Personal insurance

Price: 995 SEK / person

* Scroll down to the end of this site for tips and packing list*



 

The old Car cemetery 1 day
Difficulty * 2

The tour starts and ends in Säffle. 


Almost immediately after start will we found our selfs on the gravelroads on our way to Glaskogen.  
After we got through the woods it's time for a coffebreak (fika in swedish) at the edge of a lake.
We continue towards the old car cemetery and when we get there, we stay for 45 minutes for discoverys and photos.
The group can then decide if we going to ride mostly gravel or bitumen roads on the way  to Bengtsfors.
That decision will affect were we have our lunch.
With our stomachs full we ride through the beautiful Dalsland on our way Säffle, with  incredible nature along the way!

The tour is around 320 km, so it's going to be a long day in the saddle!

Group size 4-10 people
The trip is not suitable for passengers

What's included:
*Guiding
*Fees for certain private roads/trails

What is not included:
*Lunch!
*Motorcycle
*Petrol
*Personal insurance

Price: 995 SEK/person

* Scroll down to the end of this site for tips and packing list*


 

Iron ore tour 1 day
Difficulty *3

The tour start and ends in Karlstad


The tour begins with about 20 km of asphalt before we reach the gravel roads.
Our first break will be at a café about 90 km from Karlstad.
This area was important for mining of iron ore during the 19th century and a lot of remains are still preserved.
After the coffee break we'll continue our journey through the woods and head for a mansion where we will stop for lunch.
The last stage of the day is around 100 km, but we'll make some scenic stops on the way.
The tour is around 240 km total.

Group size: 3-10 people.
The trip is not suitable for passengers.

What's included:
*Guiding
*Lunch
*Fees for certain private roads / trails

What is not included:
*Motorbike
*Petrol
*Personal insurance

Price: 995 SEK / person

* Scroll down to the end of this site for tips and packing list*

 
Lost in the forest 1 day
Difficulty *4

The tour start and ends in Karlstad


This tour has some "tougher parts" but is fully rideable with larger motorcycles, provided you have some experience riding on dirt roads and in lighter terrain.
The first break will be about 70 km from Karlstad and around 1-2 hours later we will have lunch.
Because some tracks can be difficult (especially when it's raining), it's very important to have good tires and as little packing as possible.
Leave your saddlebags and top boxes home, after all, it's only a day tour. The trip is about 200 km.

Group size 2-10 people.
The trip is not suitable for passengers.

What's included:
*Guiding
*Lunch
*Fees for certain private roads / trails

What is not included:
*Motorbike
*Petrol
*Personal insurance
*Coffee

Price: 895 SEK / person
Packing List

*Tools for your motorcycle including tire kit (plug) and tube.
*Fuses, chain lock, tie strap, duct tape
*First Aid kit
*Offroad / MX boots (to ride in of course)
*Camelback
*Rainbreaker (if you do not ride in Gore tex/equivalent clothes)
*A pair of extra gloves
*Sunglasses
*Personal medicine (e.g. asthma inhaler)
*Camera
NOTE!
The motorcycle should be filled up with petrol before the start of the tours, the tank must hold enough fuel for at least 150 km.

We recommend that you ride on offroad tires, with as little packing as possible and that your motorcycle are in good condition for your own safety and experience.