Steve Guest

steve steveMotorcycles have been part of my life for as long as I can remember, for many years I competed in British Road Racing on first an air cooled Yamaha TD2 and then a Yamaha TZ350. While not on my race bikes I worked on the streets of London and the home counties as a Motorcycle Courier clocking up over 600,000 miles in the process, I then became a motorcycle Instructor training many thousands of Motorcyclists over the years. While not working I still manage to enter the odd beach race on my Yamaha YZ450.
The only thing that I could say has not been perfect for my motorcycling over years has been the Great British Weather, so when I moved to Spain I was very happy to discover that the climate here is absolutely perfect for motorcycling. I also discovered that the Spanish people love motorcycles and motorcyclists, maybe answering the question as to why they have so many world champions.

While in Spain I have been very fortunate to have met Miguel who appears to have the same incredible passion for motorcycles as I do. Miguel has discovered the most incredible routes throughout Spain and I could not believe it when he offered me my dream job as a motorcycle tour guide for his business Riders in Spain.
Unfortunately most of the tourists who come to Spain will never experience the breath taking roads, scenery, culture and cuisine that this Great Country has to offer. I am very much looking forward to sharing all of these things with you...Steve

 
 

"Xebo" Lescano

xebo  xebo     xeboFederico AKA "Xebo" is a young entrepreneur in the computer industry. He counts among his passions Harley-Davidson motorcycles, newest technologies and Rock n' Roll.

Born Argentinian, Spanish-Italian by blood and raised in the French system, he speaks Spanish, French and English fluently.

He is a member of the board direction of Harley Owners Group Madrid Chapter, the first and largest H.O.G. Chapter of Spain, with whom he travels Europe on his ape-hanger H-D Dyna Street Bob.

With enough time and a H-D Ultra Classic, he plans crossing South America from south to north on the Route 40, bordering The Andes and across his native country.

Roberto Peregrin

 roberto       robertoleftRoberto is a very experienced traveler. His work as a Project Consultant in Tourism gives him a great background experience in the leisure industry, specially in developing new sustainable tourism destinations.

With its reliable BMW 1200 GS Adventure he’s been riding some of the ‘big routes’ like The Patagonia in Argentina and Chile, the classic Trans African Cape Town to Cairo, circled the Mediterranean, as well as Nord kapp, central Europe, Morocco and, of course, Spain, his favourite playground.

Roberto is fluent in Spanish (mother tonge), English, French and Portuguese, he also speaks some basic arabic and swahili, very useful in Morocco and East Africa.