Get Routed offer a range of motorcycling shipping services, allowing motorcyclists to have their motorcycle transported for the ultimate two wheeled travel experience, including to locations such as United Kingdom, Spain, Greece, the Isle of Man and New Zealand.
Each year Get Routed organise IoM TT experiencesfor Aussie and Kiwi riders, with strictly limited spaces available for the 2019 event, and they’ve just announced the addition of another accommodation option. There’s also extra spaces for those happy to take a tent and camp out, as an additional option.
Of course if you take your own bike you not only get to the lap the TT course, and visit all corners of what is quite a beautiful island under your own steam and in your own time, you can also then extend your holiday and ride throughout the UK or continue over to Europe. Perhaps even take in a round of MotoGP while you are over there.
With Get Routed your bike can stay in Europe for a couple of months before being shipped back to Australia, and there are no extra charges for extending your stay in Europe and undertaking your own tour, in your own time.
Here’s the full scoop from Dave of Get Routed, with contact details for those interested. With strictly limited spaces each year it’s worth getting in quick.
“I’ve just had some great news. I’ve been offered another house for the 2019 IoM TT, so I can now take bookings from another 6 people. The cottage is near Port Erin and will comfortably house six people in one double room, a twin room and two single rooms. It’s a self contained fully restored stone farm cottage built in 1850.
“Until now the 2019 trip was all booked out. Now I have more bed space and I can take more bookings for this cottage. This accommodation is not available to people who don’t want to take a bike to the TT. The accommodation and ferry tickets are only available to those who want bikes shipped to the UK and back, from either Brisbane, Sydney or Melbourne.
“Port Erin is approx 19 kilometres from the closest point of the TT circuit, so laps of the TT circuit during open road times is not difficult. Of course for those wanting to take a tent and camp out at one of the many IoM camp sites I still have room for more bikes to be shipped over to the UK and a limited number of ferry tickets from Liverpool to and from the IoM. The tickets are on fixed dates.
“I have a list of all those campsites and there are some very good ones very close to the race circuit. Bikes will be loaded in Australia towards the end of February and available for collection in Felixstowe, Suffolk, UK towards the end of April. The phone lines are now open.”
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