Easy Rider

'EASY RIDER' - Motor-lodge Accommodation (breakfast not included) (GPS Tours)

Easy Rider Motor-lodges are excellent motels perfectly situated for en-route riding.  They usually comeas single-room Studios or 1-2 bedroomed units with lounge area depending on how many people are sharing the Unit.  Motor-lodges often include kitchen facilities, great for if you're on a budget and want to eat in. 

All bed linen is supplied, and you will also have your own private bathroom with towels and toiletries.  Units are usually fully air-conditioned with free wi-fi, and outside seating areas with a small deck or balcony. 

Breakfast is not included but usually available at a nearby cafe, or you can usually order breakfast the night before for delivery to your room. We choose clean, high-quality motor-lodges and hand-pick the right style with you in mind. 'Easy Rider' accommodation is very popular with  tour groups, independent riders and couples. Regardless of which accommodation option you choose you will always receive the support of South Pacific's legendary top class service, an immaculately presented motorcycle with full luggage, a full colour itinerary booklet, and a route-loaded GPS to take you door-to-door via the best motorcycle route, showing you all the hot-spots along the way. 

Remember, your GPS Tour package price includes motorcycle hire, and email us anytime for more examples of  South Pacific Easy Rider GPS Tour accommodation.

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Our unique selling features would have to be our unsurpassed quality of service, our genuine passion for motorcycling and, and sharing New Zealand's hidden secrets with you - in other words, our local knowledge.
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+64 3 312 0066
Skype us at ride.nz
South Pacific Motorcycle Tours,
43 Roscrea Place, Mandeville,
RD2 Kaiapoi 7692, Christchurch,
North Canterbury, New Zealand.
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