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*We do our best to honour our 24h contact-back period. However, if you do not hear from us within that timeframe, sit tight - just means we're out on tour and may not have internet/phone access. We do check in on weekends when we can - we can't wait to reply to you!
Come ride with us as we grow and discover new adventures - even beyond the over 1 million+ of kilometers of combined experience riding all over the globe!
Every employee at Canadain Motorcycle Adventures LOVES our little corner of heaven here in British Columbia, and we love showing it off to others, especially those who have never had the excitement of seeing an orca pod swim by, or spot a bear at the side of the road, or soar with an eagle along the twisty oceanside highway or... the list is endless. Adventures abound in the Pacific Northwest!
As any motorcyclist who's travelled on different roads of life, we know that being prepared is the most important aspect of any trip. And when something unexpected happens, we're confident we have the training, knowledge, experience and adaptability to solve any problem.
Change is a part of our lives. It’s inevitable. Make change count. Take the trip of a lifetime when you ride with us, change for the better so you can go home and proclaim:
"Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!"
— Hunter S. Thompson
Discovery is a core part of motorcycling. Super, natural British Columbia, Canada - a motorcyclist's paradise. Ride with us and discover the twisty roads, natural beauty, legendary tales, and random cool events with Canadian Motorcycle Adventures: Sea-to-Sky Touring!
Alison is a motorcycle instructor candidate with the Vancouver Island Safety Council and has been a First Aid Instructor with the Lifesaving Society for over 15 years. Her most recent adventures on her Suzuki SV650S include two solo road trips over-800km each (yes on a weekend!) and a 1,000km CMA team trip with tour leader Sarah on the mainland, as well as a group ride with 18 people to Lillooet and back in a day.
Off-road adventures abound on the Island, and Alison takes her Suzuki DR-Z125 on both the MX track and single-track mountain riding. Growing up among the 30,000 Islands of Georgian Bay/Lake Huron, Ontario and now living on Vancouver Island, BC, she truly understands the best of Island living and enthusiastically shares it any chance she gets!
During downtime, Alison can't wait to spend time discovering even more adventure through the eyes of her 6-year old son in all the worldly, super, natural, beautiful British Columbian wonders her backyard has to offer. Adventure has a way of finding her!
Sarah Green is a veteran traveler of the British Columbian highways and back roads she considers her home away from home!
She travels extensively around North America and Canada on her BMW F800GS, photographing and exploring the wild wonders she is so often encountering. Her next big adventure is riding solo to the BMW Motorcycle Owners of America Rally in Bloomsberg, Pennsylvania, USA - about 4,640kms (2,883 mi) from home in Victoria!
When not guiding in her Canadian backyard Sarah runs Motorcycle Tripper, a riding community and resource website for motorcyclists looking turn their adventure dreams into reality.
With her down-to-earth cheerful personality, curiosity about life, and extensive traveling knowledge, Sarah will keep you smiling from one town till the next!