Motorcycle-travel keeps the pedal to the metal, is expanding business and is now the largest supplier of motorcycle tours in Denmark.
It is going exceptionally well for the Danish company Motorcycle-travel which has firmly established itself in the market for guided motorcycle tours for individuals and groups. In the beginning of november Det går forrygende godt for rejseselskabet MC-Rejser, der har slået sig fast på markedet for guidede motorcykelrejser til individuelle og grupper. In early november the company has taken over another agency, MC-Travel, and is therefor now the largest supplier and specialist of motorcycle travels in Denmark.
19 years ago the company MC-Rejser was founded by Hans Jakob Sternkopf based on his passion for adventure in America’s magnificent scenery from the back of a Harley Davidson. This has turned into approximately 70 tours as a competent travel guide for groups of adventurous Danes with a burning desire to experience America on the ultimate travel.
The CEO for the new company MC-Rejser Jan Boye Nielsen tell: “Through the aquisition of MC-Travel we have achieved the ability to offer our customers the whole package within the world of motorcycle travel – from self-drive tours to the grand guided tour across America. We are an Eaglerider Prefered Partner in Denmark which gives ud great flexibility and enable us to always offer the newest Harley Davidson models for our guests. All of our guides are professional motorcycle tourguides and we secure our customers the ultimate riding experience from our local office in Los Angeles.
The destinations MC-Rejser offers customers are primarily America, Cuba, Vietnam and South Africa with a duration between 4 to 21 days. On most guided tours you are able to choose between Danish or local tourguides. The company also arrange closed group travels, VIP tours,
With the aquisition of MC-Travel the company can now offer more than 30 different motorcycle travels and expect to double the amount of travelers compared to 2014.
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