KeaRider presents a new trend in motorcycle tours!
Coburg, December 5, 2011
The wind in your nose and many miles of asphalt in front of your wheels. Be a “cowboy of the street” for once. Free from obligations, just having a great vacation in mind. The tour itself, the path, the destination is…
This is how Hermann Reuther, himself an enthusiastic Harley rider, describes the fascination of a successful motorcycle trip. His credo: There have to be great emotions involved here, because then the tour becomes an unforgettable experience. That's why REUTHER-ENTERTAINMENTS also and especially relies on the adventurous spirit of its customers: With the new KeaRider brand, they only book the essentials, their machine and the hotel rooms, and then - with a trip and route book in their hands - they are free to do so go on tour like the wind. Or free as a bird, which is why the KeaRider program, which is available worldwide, is named after New Zealand's daring mountain parrot.
The kea is, how could it be otherwise, an exotic species within its order - one of the few parrots that even feels comfortable in the snow. An ideal sponsor for a program where the motto is “Back To Basics”. Because here the focus is on the driver and (his) machine. What ultimately matters.
It's logical that sightseeing and the like are also part of the program. But these can be booked individually at KeaRider, a huge advantage:
The customer only pays the entrance fee and additional services that are really worth the money to him, and no one has to take part in flat-rate planned tours. “This means that motorcycle tours can be offered – worldwide – at very reasonable prices based on the KeaRider principle,” explains Hermann Reuther. Service and safety remain the focus. be booked as a self-drive tour or, for the less daring, as a guided motorcycle tour
Of course, the original concept is consistently continued here too: customers book their rental vehicle, such as a great Harley-Davidson , overnight stays and receive luggage transport plus necessary additional services, such as a ferry. The customer decides the rest himself and therefore keeps his costs, e.g. B. for entrance fees, depending on your budget and interests. “A great way to see a lot and still get from A to B inexpensively,” says Reuther.
The program and the website of kearider.com are seen as a supplement to the all-inclusive service that REUTHER-ENTERTAINMENTS still offers on its Reuthers Premium motorcycle trips:
KeaRider motorcycle tours, this is the new program for the young and the young at heart who equate biking with adventure and spontaneity and can discover the world on a small budget!”
Text & Photo: REUTHER-ENTERTAINMENTS