We’re not in a race on our tours. There’s a lot to see and a lot to do in Philippines that doesn’t involve riding along some of the world’s most scenic roads. Although that is certainly a great reason for booking your trip! We usually ride about 150 to 200 kilometers daily. We leave our hotel around 8:30-9:00 a.m. After a buffet breakfast. Stops for attractions, photos, activities such as feeding the elephants or visiting a mountain-top village or temple are scheduled before and after lunch depending on the group’s preference. We break to stretch our legs and share a coffee or cool drink about every hour or so. Our goal is enjoy the ride and take in as much of the local Philippines culture as possible. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime trip – we don’t want you to miss anything!

We drive on the left as in America. All speed limits are in km/h, 30-50 for towns, 60 for suburbs and 90 for major (A) roads and dual carriageways. I’ll happily cruise along the open road at a good clip, but we must always slow right down through the towns/villages, 50 km/h maximum. There are often kids, dogs, chickens, yak, etc., kicking around in the streets. Also, if you see me braking, there’s a good reason – and you should brake, too! Many Philippines ignore the typical unwritten rules of road positioning and merging we are used to in the West. We’ll go over this in person so don’t worry. There is always a “sweeper” and a service vehicle to make sure any riders caught by a traffic light or water buffalo crossing delay do not get separated from the group!

Every day, we will offer advice on the best things to see and do, but you’re under no pressure to follow the (small) crowd. You can strike out on your own at any time and simply meet back up with us when you’re ready. We’ll have preferred routes mapped out for you – but anyway you choose to arrive at the booked hotel is up to you! There are elephants and water buffalo…although you might not get there in time for dinner!

This time of the year will add a great deal of adventure to your motorbike tour! Unlike the south of Philippines the Northern regions only has one monsoon season and it continues for an incredible 4 months, but it is not as bad as it sounds. It doesn’t rain every day but when it does it really rains so our guide below gives an indication of the best time to ride in the monsoon season in Philippines.

Philippines is without a doubt the premier destination to ride motorcycles in Asia. So it is best to choose the time of the year where you will get maximum enjoyment from the country. However, please be informed that March and April are the hottest month of the year. Temperatures can be up to 40 degree at this time (“Hot Session”). Mai and June the temperatures following down to pleasantly 30 degree with big riding fun guarantee.

With such a great destination to take a motorbike tour October to February. This is the best time to ride Motorbikes in Philippines with warm temperatures, clear blue skies, sun, hardly any rain and forests alive with fresh lush greenery from the recent monsoon season. Most of our motorbike pictures on this website were taken this time of the year!

People from 43 countries around the world are able to get a fee Visa on arrival at Philippines. The visa is for 30 days but if you are planning on staying in Philippines longer we suggest applying at your local Philippines embassy for a longer visa. When you apply to join one of our bike tours we will advise you on visa regulations.

Yes, you do and it must cover you for riding motorbikes of 250cc or more. Travel insurance for Philippines even including motorcycle cover is not expensive and will offer you many benefits if you need to claim. Riding anywhere in the world without adequate travel insurance is lunacy and obligatory on all our tours!

We have limited stock of motorbike helmets, goggles, gloves, body protection and jackets. Please tell us what you may need from us and we will hold whatever we can for you, but please understand we cannot guarantee the quality as they have been worn by many riders on our tours and the sizes may not fit you correctly.

We do have some gear available to use, but we cannot guarantee sizes and we don’t have multiple stocks of everything so most people prefer to bring over their own gear to guarantee the quality and the fit.

Certain motorbike gear can be bought in Philippines but american standard gear will cost more than in your own country! There are many manufacturers that sell motorbike gear here in Philippines and to be fair for the price most of it is actually good quality. Jackets and Trousers, knee pads, arm pads etc. can all be bought in Philippines. However, please make sure you arrive in Philippines allowing yourself plenty of time to buy anything you may need.

Please have a look to our “GTC” (General Terms & Conditions) page from the menu bar.

No! You can pay deposits and final balances for your motorcycle tour via Paypal with most major debit cards or you can pay via bank transfer, you can even pay by personal cheque or cash in some cases.

We are able to accept payments for our motorbike tours in the following currencies calculated at the current Philippines Bank exchange rate against the US Dollar at the time of booking… Philippines – Thai Baht – US Dollar – Euro – Australian Dollar – British Pound – Swiss Franc.

In most cases yes! There is a minimum number of riders required to operate a scheduled motorbike tour. However, as our minimum amount required is only two riders in most cases we can fit you onto a tour with other riders already booked, if not, providing you give us some notice we can take a reservation from you and open it up for others to join your tour thus making the minimum required number. At the end of the day be sure to contact us! Of course the other way can be, that you have to pay the full price for two riders.

The tour is of course possible to book. Please contact us for more details and information.

Where our luxury van or the service car is not available we supply a 10 liter backpack for use on tour. This pack will sit easily on the back of your bike and it carries a large amount of gear that compresses down very small. Any remaining luggage not needed on tour can be left in our Philippines Office safe and secure.

No, a valid international driving permit or a valid license with motorcycle amendment from your home country – are all that is required.

For general enquiries you can use the “contact us” button on the top right and fill out the form or send a direct message to David using the following contact details. Please be informed about our Philippines office hrs (UTC+11); 10.00-19.00, 7days/week. These hours apply to our mobile phones too. Please think about the time difference, before you make a call, thanks for your consideration: David– English Language 1-760-786-4173 (david@pibikeadventures.com) Skype: czesckochamcie

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Any damage, mechanical or electrical failure on any Pi Bike Adventures motorcycle must be reported to the tour leader immediately. Included within the tour price is standard motorcycle damage insurance which covers you for incidental damages.