HOW DIFFICULT ARE THE ROUTES?
Nearly all the roads where we usually ride are paved. There are small sections of gravel roads. You should have basic skills of riding a bike, be able to start and stop on slopes. The routes in Crimea are often run in the mountains.
CAN I TAKE A CO-RIDER?
Yes, if you feel comfortable in riding.
WHAT RIDING EQUIPMENT SHALL I HAVE?
Riders are expected to wear proper riding gear when operating a motorcycle. This includes helmet, gloves, boots and protective riding suit. You are responsible for bringing your own riding equipment. It’s better if you have thermal underwear and balaclava. If your riding suit is not waterproof, you should also bring rain gear, since there is the possibility of prolonged rain during some days of the tour.
WHAT DOCUMENTS DO I NEED TO BRING?
Valid motorcycle operator’s license, passport, health insurance, bank cards and cash. We recommend to keep these things in waterproof bag.
WHAT KIND OF WEATHER IS EXPECTED IN APRIL - SEPTEMBER?
Climate is changing, so weather can be unpredictable. Anyway, the typical temperature in April and May is +20 +25 at daytime and +12+15 at night, although it can be warmer. During summer months the temperatures get higher. It can be foggy along the coastline. In the mountains it’s usually chilly or even cold, depending on the season.
Visa and Mastercard are accepted at gas-stations, at most of the hotels, restaurants and supermarkets. ATM can be found in the cities.
In smaller places it’s better to have cash. Some extra activities, like boat cruises, fishing, 4x4 tours, etc., are often paid in cash.