There is no better way to explore the hills, than as a pillion passenger seated behind your rider on a genuine Harley Davidson Motorcycle. Not until you have done this will you realise why this is the "must do" Melbourne experience. The Dandenong Ranges are best viewed from the back of a motorbike. Trust us - everyone comes back smiling and enthused after this tour.
This tour takes you out of the city and to the nearby hills around the Dandenong Ranges. This is one of the most popular experiences for those who have more time to come on a great adventure with Melbourne Harley Davidson Rides and Tours. Its a three hour tour that you won't forget.
The Dandenong Ranges Experience is a three hour motorcycle tour which is broken up into enjoyable chunks and includes stops every hour or so.
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Harley Rides in Melbourne comes to your hotel or home and takes you on a tour with a difference on genuine Harley Davidson motorcycles. Views from your seat as a passenger on the back of a Harley Davidson are far superior to any other comparable tour. You can use your camera while sitting on the back of your bike.
Harley Rides will be nothing like you would expect if you had never done it before - this will surprise you and exceed your expectation. Harley Rides are rated five Stars on Trip Advisor.
You do not need any special clothing as you are provided with a jacket, helmet and protection against inclement weather. There are also bikes fitted with sidecars.
They take you where you choose, to the Yarra Valley, the Dandenong Ranges, all the way down the Great Ocean Road or just for a quick introduction to Melbourne One Hour ride. It is the best way to experience Melbourne and surrounds. Tours are for anyone, not just motorcycle enthusiasts.
HD Chauffeur Ride Pty Ltd, the oldest and most experienced Harley Ride Company in Melbourne, having catered for thousands of happy customers as far back as 1993.
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