"Germany's first independent country backpacker hostel which is also a motorcycle inn."
With information on hotel/motels for motorcyclists in Germany. In German only.
German site for buying and selling motobikes.
Recommended by Igor and Eva MÃ¼ller: "In 2004, we made a trip through Germany and closed by Mainz, we found a nice place to stay and to start trips to the Rhine and Mosel area... (Ann and Eddi) are a nice couple, very helpfull. (They have) nice apartements, motorbikes and roadbooks for guests."
Great site linking B&B's in Germany. Mostly in German, but you can figure out what you need to know.
Two German bikers with two Yamaha Teneres travelling around the world. They have travelled through Czech Republic, Russia, Japan, China, Malaysia, Australia and other countries.We are living in the Black Forest, South-West Germany. The city is called 'Weil der Stadt', around 30 km south-west of Stuttgart - a paradise for all bikers!! RTW Travellers as well as short therm travellers allways welcome in our home. We can offer you a bed for some nights and a place for your bike. Both of you can have a rest and we have a garage for maintenance. Volker is a very good mechanic and can give you a hand (if wanted). Even if you need some other help or information just contact us. Mail Kers...@gmx.de
Thanks Kerstin and Volker!
Travel Diaries, "zwei auf reise ans ende der welt". In German only."We live in the south of Stuttgart, southern Germany. Our region offers many delights for the traveller, sites, great landscapes and roads, Black Forest, Swabian Alb Mountains, Lake of Constance and so on. Every Motorbike Traveller is welcome to visit us, eventually for a drink, a meal or also for some nights rest. Information on places to visit, workshops or other required help can be given.
We also got a private workshop, Martin is into Bike Mechanics, so issues with your bike and gear are likely to be solvable. After travelling ourselves we always like to share some tales from the road and feed the bug :-)"
Thanks Silvia and Martin!
ADAC NOTE: "we no longer issue the carnet de passages for people living outside Germany and for vehicles not registered in Germany. There were too many problems with customs formalities and refunding the guarantee."
Website is in German only, but since you now have to be a German resident with a German registered bike that's not likely to be a problem.
Koln (Cologne), Germany
by Bernd Hoffman, starter of the Koln Community
Koln (Cologne) is located on the river Rhine. A real green city with...
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