Honda’s Epic Tour is underway, with seven lucky participants and their choice of pillion passenger en-route to explore some of the best motorcycling routes across Europe, aboard Honda’s new V4 Crosstourer.
The Epic Tour pan-European competition began at the end of 2011 with seven winners drawn recently from a selection of countries. Yesterday evening (13 June) the lucky competition winners gathered from all over Europe at a hotel close to Honda Motor Europe headquarters. Bags were packed, bikes were polished and panniers were filled in expectation for the trip of a lifetime!
The riders departed the UK this morning (14 June) on an eight-day expedition across Europe, incorporating some of the ‘must do’ riding routes on the continent. From the high-speed autobahns of Germany, to the stunning coastal roads of Italy and the beautiful mountain passes in the French Alps, all culminating with a ride into Rome on 22 June.
All riders were provided with Honda’s V4 Crosstourer; combining sublime power delivery, superb manoeuvrability and above all versatile capability, the Crosstourer is the perfect touring companion and adventure maker.
To keep up with the Epic Tour as it happens, visit www.hondamc2012.com. We?ll share the adventure with you every step of the way. Blogs will also be posted on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/hondaukmotorcycles and on our Twitter feed www.twitter.com/hondaukbikes.
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