Charley Boorman, renowned adventure motorcyclist, TV presenter and documentary maker have today announced a collaboration with Compass Expeditions, one of the world’s leading Adventure Bike Tour companies.
Working with Compass Expeditions for the last four years offering adventure tours across Australia, Charley has been impressed with their professionalism, their spirit and their passion for motorcycles and motorcycle touring.
“Our adventure rides into the Outback and Tasmania have been so popular, we’ve now decided to use the same model in South America and Africa. Our groups just can’t get enough and keep coming back for more. Compass have that adventure magic and I’m looking forward to 2016 as we ride across Australia again and, later in the year, South America and Africa.” Charley said.
Charley will also be offering African adventure tours with Compass, with dates to be announced in 2016. His extensive experience of riding in Africa along with his friend and business partner, Billy (Biketruck) Ward, means that riders can be assured of that trip of a lifetime – along with the thrill of sharing stories and adventures with one of the world’s leading characters in the adventure motorcycling fraternity.
“Compass are proud and excited to be working with Charley and to be extending the Boorman rides to cover South America and the African continent. His character, his riding skill and his manner have exceeded all expectations. With enthusiastic clients returning year on year, we’re confident that Charley Boorman, together with the Billy Biketruck ingredient, will guarantee that trip of a lifetime.”
Compass Expeditions has experienced continued growth over the last eight years to become one of the world’s best-known motorcycle tour companies. Today Compass offer twenty-five motorcycle tours in thirty-six countries on four continents with offices in Chile, Peru and Australia plus a sales team that spans the globe. With fleets of motorcycles, professional guides and support vehicles they are truly a world leader in the industry.