Romania Motorcycle Rentals and Tours
Welcome to our recommended motorcycle rental and tour companies in Romania.
Recommended Motorcycle Rental and Tour Companies in Romania
Please contact the companies listed on this page directly for more information.
Adventure Tour Romania
“We’re close to the airport and we’ll pick you up, get you on a new new Tenere 700, offer full support on the tours, carry your luggage, provide 5 star accommodation, lunch, petrol and everything else so you can relax and have an amazing adventure!”
Services: Guided motorcycle tours and rental.
Rental bikes: 2020 Yamaha Tenere 700.
Rental prices: £107 per day/ £96 per day if rented for over three days/ £82 per day for groups over four renting for more than three days.
Tour prices: Adventure Tour Romania offer 3, 5 and 10 day tours. Tours start at £820 for a three-day tour in Romania. The maximum tour is £3,650 for an epic 10-day tour in Greece. Prices vary according to the number of participants.
Insurance: Insurance is included.
Kit availability: Soft side luggage and GPS/phone support is provided.
+407 223 03462/ +407 212 33949
European Tours: This company provides tours in Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Macedonia and Ukraine.
“Your guide will be a national enduro champion. We only have new models of “toys” and you can choose the perfect one for you. We have amazing landscapes (Siriu Lake, Eagle’s Lake). You will be accommodated in a rustic, modern chalet and eat tasty Romanian food. “
Services: All inclusive enduro tours (every level of complexity) and enduro bike rental.
Rental bikes: KTM and Husqvarna, 2019+, 2 and 4 Strokes. 250 and 300 TPI
Rental prices: Around £90 per day for a rental enduro bike.
Tour prices: Tours are priced at £606/ £780 and £1009. The enduro tours are all-inclusive including: transfer to and from the airport, 3,5 or 7 days accomodation at a villa, breakfast, lunch, snacks, dinner, wine, motorcycle, fuel, professional guide and mechanic.
Insurance: Insurance is £23 extra per riding day.
Kit availability: Full equipment can be provided for £45 extra per riding day.
FAQs on Romania Motorcycle Rentals and Tours
No, sorry. Mad or Nomad do not offer any rentals, tours or services. Please contact the companies listed on this page directly.
This page displays motorcycle rental and tour companies from around the world. We do a lot of research into these companies before adding them and speak to the managers and owners. Many of the companies we have also used in the past or have met the owners while travelling.
While we have collected them all together in one place for your ease, we take no responsibility in your business with them. We’re simply showcasing companies in one easy-to-use place and are not involved with your dealings with them. Any business you have with these companies is at your own risk. We will not be held liable or responsible in any way.
The best time to rent a motorcycle or join a tour in Romania is from April to October.
Take a video on your phone of the entire bike, do a walk around and film the condition of the chain, fairings, tyres, any bumps, dents and scratches. By doing so, you can’t get caught out and blamed for something you didn’t do when you return it.
Check the wheel bearings, chain, oil, coolant, brakes, clutch and that the handlebars are straight. Tyres need a decent amount of tread and should be suitable for the terrain you’re riding in. Take it for a short test ride and don’t feel pressured or rushed. Go with your gut and if there’s anything that catches your eye, speak to the owners immediately.
This is down to personal preference, where you’re riding and what’s available. If you’re renting or joining a motorcycle tour in the States and you’re going to be primarily on road, then you may want to opt for a big touring bike. If you’re headed to rural or mountainous countries and are going off-road in Central Asia for example, then go for a mid-weight single-cylinder.
We usually find lighter and cheaper rental bikes are better because they’re less stress, you don’t have to worry about dropping them all the time, are easier to fix and more fun.
For more info on choosing the right motorcycle for your trip, have a look at the below guide and also check out the adventure bikes page too.
We recommend lightweight and comfortable gear suitable for the climate you’re travelling in. If you’re heading to a particularly cold place, then go for Gore-Tex pro laminate.
But, the best all-round option is ventilated, light and comfy adventure bike gear. Take the thermal and waterproof liners out and leave them at home. Take a cheap pair of waterproof throwovers and a compressible down jacket that can be stuffed into a small bag. You can use both items as layering if it’s cold and rainy and they double up when off the bike and will reduce the amount of gear you have to take with you in your luggage.
It’s always better to take your own bike gear over renting or using kit from the rental company. You know your own stuff fits, works and is comfortable – especially your helmet. The last thing you want is to get a few days into your trip and get a headache from a tight lid.
Check out our riding gear article for more info on how to choose the right clothing and the guides section for our recommended kit.
Contact the rental or tour company and ask what luggage the bike comes with. Your bike might come with soft bags, hard boxes, a top box or nothing at all.
You can often leave the gear you don’t want to take with you on the trip at the rental or tour company’s headquarters. So you can travel on a plane with a larger kit bag and just take the bag and gear you need on the bike.
The type of luggage you need depends on the type of trip you’re on, how much off-roading you’re doing and how long you’re going for.
A good option is to go for a waterproof duffle bag and a pair of Rok Straps as this type of luggage setup can be fastened to any bike’s pillion seat and you don’t need racks. And take an additional small and light rucksack for your important gear (camera, passport etc) so you don’t have to worry about it when off the bike.
For more info on choosing your motorcycle luggage, check out our guide page below.
READ MORE: Adventure Bike Luggage Guides
Companies may offer motorcycle insurance as an optional extra, include it in the price or not offer it at all. This again depends on the country you’re riding in.
It’s worth getting insurance if you can and ask what the excess is as you will usually be liable for damage to the bike.
Motorcycle insurance is separate from personal travel insurance. This is incredibly important and you need to be very careful when choosing your personal insurance policy because the fine print often won’t cover you for bikes over 125cc, renting, touring or using a bike as your main mode of transport.
Check out our Admin section as you’ll find detailed guides on personal insurance, paperwork and safety on the road.
READ MORE: Admin Guides
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2 thoughts on “Romania Motorcycle Rental and Tour Companies”
Your recommended tour company in Romania, Transylvaniamotodiscoverer.com, is not reachable by internet. Do you have an alternate recommendation for a guided or self-guided tour of Romania?
I am beginning my planning for a motorcycle tour in Romania about a year in advance. I will be eventually joining a cruise in Barcelona on 17 SEP 2023, so my schedule to COMPLETE my motorcycle tour is NO LATER THAN 16 SEP 2023.
I will be interested to see if I will be able to join a guided tour, or will need to take a self-guided tour of Romania.
Thanks you in advance for your response.
Thanks for your post, yes, you’re right, unfortunately Transylvania has recently stopped trading so I’ll remove them from the list – I’ve just been in contact with the owner who says he will be looking to start up again in future.
However, Adventure Tour Romania is listed right underneath them on this page? Have you seen their section and/or been in contact with Adrian? I’m sure they can help with your tour plans.
Sounds like you’ve got a brilliant trip lined up!
Let us know how you get on and if we can help with anything else,