Devon & Cornwall Tour

Forget flying to the Caribbean or finding a far-flung exotic escape, just visit Devon and Cornwall

Come and join us on our Devon & Cornwall tour where the only things to go faster than your bikes are the Cornish Pasties and clotted cream teas….

Highlights Of Tour

  • Cheddar Gorge
  • Lynton
  • Clovelly
  • Tintagel
  • Port Isaac
  • Lands’End
  • St Michaels Mount
  • Poldark’s Mine
  • The Lizard
  • Eden Project


Devon and Cornwall form the far southwest tip of England, jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean. This is one of Britain’s most popular tourist areas, with its long sandy beaches, and very picturesque interior, with landscapes of moorland, hills and valleys.
The north coast of this region is famed for its long sandy beaches and rocky coasts. Facing out to the North Atlantic, this coastline is popular with surfers. The area also attracts walkers and hikers, who can follow England’s longest hiking trail, the Southwest Coast path. Running from Minehead in west Somerset to Poole in Dorset, this 630-mile hiking trail – over 1000 km – follows this most dramatic of English coasts, round Land’s End and the Lizard point, respectively the most westerly and most southerly points in England.

Day 1 – Approx. 116 miles

Having started on the tour from our meeting point at Gordano Motorway Services on the M5 South Bound at 9.00 am on the Friday morning, we ride across to Chew Valley Lake, before making our way for our first stop at Cheddar Gorge. With the opportunity to visit the Caves. From here we make our way across Somerset into North Devon, where we will take a break at Lynton, alsoknown as ‘Little Switzerland’. We will then ride on to Ilfracombe Harbour and Woolacombe Bay before arriving at our Hotel for the night.

Day 2– Approx. 119 miles

Today we will commence our ride down the Atlantic coast calling in at Clovelly, Boscastle, Tintagel, legendary the seat of King Arthur where we will stop for lunch. We will then continue down to Port Isaac (where Doc Martin was filmed). Then onto Padstow, before making our way to our hotel where we will be staying for the next 3 nights.

Day 3– Approx. 90 miles (ride out)

The day will commence with a ride out to St Ives, Lands’ End and Mousehole where we will stop for lunch. From here we right to Marazion where you can visit St Michaels Mount. We then have the opportunity to go underground as we visit Poldark’s Mine. From here we will make our way back to the hotel for the evening.

Day 4 – Approx. 115 miles (ride out)

Today’s ride out takes us to Lizard Point, Falmouth Castle, Megagissey where we will be stopping for lunch. Then we will be riding to the Eden Project, dubbed by some the Eight Wonder of the World, Eden is a dramatic global garden housed in tropical biomes that nestle in a crater the size of 30 football pitches. From here we will be making our way back to the hotel for our final night.

Day 5 – Approx. 168 miles

The tour concludes on the Tuesday when we will be making our way back North, stopping at the Bodmin & Wenford Steam Heritage Railway, where there is an opportunity for you to have a ride on the steam train. From there we will continue to the drop off point at Exeter.

Tour Price

If you would like to join us on this tour, please contact us using the ‘Enquire’ link below.

1 Bike – Double / Twin Room Price Per Person – £495

Deposit at time of booking – £100 per person


2 Bikes – Double/Twin Room  Price Per
Person – £545

Deposit at time of booking – £100 per person


Single Occupancy Price Per Person – £595

Deposit at time of booking – £100 per person