Terms and Conditions
For all Classic Bike Adventures Motorcycle Tours
We will confirm your booking as soon as we have received your advance payment. The advance pay- ment is 500 EUR per person for all fixed departure tours and 20 percent of the tour price for all private tours and Overland tours. For our Bhutan tours, the down payment is 1,000 EUR per person.
The balance or remainder of the payment is due no later than 6 weeks or 42 days before the tour starts for all fixed departure tours and 12 weeks for all private and Overland tours. The advance payment has to be deposited to our bank account:
Our bank details:
Account holder name: Peters Classic Bike Adventure Tours Ltd
Address: 8, 1st Apriliou, Aristo Center, Block B, Off. 203, 8011 Pafos, Paphos, Cyprus
Bank: Bank of Cyprus Ltd.
Account No.: 357019837527
Bank Address: Sistassinos St Ayia Paraskevi Strovolos Nicosia – Cyprus
Up to 60 days before the start of the trip, the cancellation fee is the deposit amount for the tour. 42 days to 14 days before the start of the trip, the cancellation fee is 50% of the tour price. 13 days before the start of the tour or later, the full travel price will be retained in the event of cancellation.
Travel cancellation insurance should be taken out at the same time as booking with an insurance company. A travel cancellation insurance covers the costs for the cancellation of a tour by the participant, for example cancellation costs, if one of the events has occurred that the insurance company has given in its insurance conditions as a reason for cancellation. Insured reasons are, for example, unemployment and illness or accidents that make it impossible for the participant to take part in the trip.
Twin room bookings (“twin sharing”)
If a twin room is booked for 2 people without an existing roommate, we will assign a roommate if possible. If we are unable to allocate a roommate up to 42 days before the start of the trip, the twin room booking will be converted into a single room booking. In this case, Classic Bike Adventure bears 50% of the single room supplement, the participant only has to bear the remaining 50% for the single room.
Terms and Conditions
for Motorcycle Use and Tour Participation
Documents must include a valid two-wheeler license, a valid international driving license and adequate insurance coverage for the duration of the tour. You must carry all necessary documents – including your passport and the original motorcycle registration papers – on your person at all times.
Traffic and Riding:
Riders are responsible for riding safely, the careful handling of the vehicle for their own safety, as well as that of other road users and bystanders. The undersigned is aware of Indian traffic regulations, as well as how to deal with actual Indian traffic conditions and the technical limitations of the Enfield Bullet.
Insurance and vehicle deposit:
All motorcycles are insured according to the legal regulations in the destination country. For all bikes and destinations we offer fully comprehensive insurance with a deductible at no extra cost, depending on the type of motorcycle:
– Royal Enfield Bullet 500 / Himalayan 411: EUR 500
– Shineray X5 400, Honda CB 500, CB 650 / Tiger 660 / Versys 650: EUR 500
– BMW G 310 GS: EUR 1,000
– BMW F 800/850 GS, 1200/1250 GS: EUR 1,500
When taking over the motorcycle, each participant pays a deposit equal to the deductible to the tour guide, which will be refunded upon return of the undamaged motorcycle. This deposit is also the maximum deductible for damage to the motorcycle in the event of an accident caused by the participant. In the event of accidents involving third-party damage caused by the participant, it is often advisable to settle claims directly on site through the mediation of the tour guide. In this case, experience has shown that the motorcyclist bears the costs, especially if there is a risk of long waiting times due to time delays caused by the arrival of the police in remote areas. Such an approach, especially in the case of minor damages, makes it impossible for the insurance company to regulate damage, since no police report is drawn up. The participant decides in consultation with the tour guide on the appropriate procedure in each individual case. Experience has shown that this rarely happens.
The motorcycles themselves are insured against theft, but not the participants’ personal belongings. Participants are responsible for the safety of their own luggage.
- The exclusive place of jurisdiction and for all disputes arising from this contract is our place of business.
- The participant is obliged to wear motorcycle protective clothing including a helmet.
- Disclaimer: Each participant is aware of the risks of motorcycling and responsible for their own actions which operating a motorcycle. The participant waives the right to lay any blame on the tour guide or the rental agency for possible road accidents or injuries.