Let Harley Rides in Melbourne take you around the Albert Park Formula 1 Grand Prix Track. You really get the feel of things as your Harley Davidson leans into the corners.
Share the Harley Rides in Melbourne tour experience with as many friends as you like, riding two or more abreast or seated in a sidecar with a friend. It is the best way to experience the F1 Grand Prix Track.
The F1 Grand Prix Track can be added to all rides that start in the centre of Melbourne. Harley Rides in Melbourne can stop for photos or you can use your camera while seated on your bike as you cruise around the circuit. Harley Rides in Melbourne can cover a lot of ground in an hour, but you can also carry on to see some more sights. Contact Harley Rides in Melbourne about advice on designing your own tour of Melbourne.
There is no comparison, then riding on a genuine Harley Davidson.
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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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