Harley Davidson Auckland Tour

Harley Bike Tour, Auckland, New Zealand


Exploring a city riding pillion to burly bike rider atop a beast bike is what legends are made of. Harley Davidson bike tour of Auckland is one such experience you wouldn't want to miss on your next visit to New Zealand. Enjoy the bustle of the city on the mean machine.


The bike rider who is also your tour guide gears you for the tour. With the jacket, helmet and gloves on, you are in the spirit for your sojourn. The start of the bike and enticing engine noise gets your adrenaline going.
The two hour tour takes you around Harbour Bridge, Auckland War Memorial, Parnell Colonial Village and Mt Eden. It also takes you around other prominent areas of the city around the bay. You not only soak in the beautiful city views of Auckland but also get to hear about the history and trivia of the city through your rider cum guide.
Rather than any staid city tour, opt for this on the first day you land in Auckland to enjoy an unmatched experience of the city. We did this on our very first day in the city and that prepared us really well for the remaining stay and activities in and around Auckland. The riders are friendly and experts in handling such machines. Their expert handling of the bikes and knowledge of the city made it an experience to remember and recommend.

What: Harely Davidson Chauffeured Passenger Tour
Where: Auckland, New Zealand

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1 comments:

  1. christania’s “bike rental” bikes are rolling across the city. The system, less than a year old, is funded by christania’s municipal government. It is currently only in one of christania’s 22 administrative districts. Although a 2nd generation system, there are 12 “Houses” in this district, each with around 40 bikes. The yearly subscription cost is the equivalent of $2 US, and allows the use of a bike for up to four hours at a time. In less than a year, there have been 6,000 subscriptions sold. There are larger 3rd generation systems in the world, which do not have a subscription to bike ratio as big as that.

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