No crates...no waiting around for your bike at some transport depot..
Ride Mountains not Motorways
Our Purpose built trailer and bike stowage system protects your bike. Just the right treatment for your precious machine
Our safe and secure purpose built trailer gives you peace of mind…..Our carriage system is unique to Bikeshuttle. No one does it better...
Enjoy the ride...
Don't get motorway butt ache!
Ride on ride off service... Awesome riding in the Alps & Pyrennes... No motorway miles on your speedo......scroll down for more info
£499 return including flight box for luggage and Helmet. £379 One way
Prices for European motorbike transport include full insurance cover while the bike is in our care. Touring bikes (BMW GS/ Ducati Multistrada etc) will incur a £25 surcharge £20 one way. Larger Bikes or tourers with panniers, (GS’s with the pannier boxes or Harley Davidson Glides,) will incur a £75 return charge £40 one way. These charges cover the extra space taken on the shuttle. *There is also a £15 vat contribution charged each way per bike if no accommodation is booked with us.
We can also store your bike before departure or after your return for £20 per day at our site and at £20 per day in Toulouse. The service is weekly if you wish to go for less time we can store your bike at either the UK or Toulouse meeting points to allow you to tailor your stay. Our hotel accommodation is charged at £50 per night per person in a Double/twin/triple room or £95 in a single. Transfers to Luton are £55 return by Executive Minibus (only on our suggested flights ) £35 one way. Pillion helmet, boots and leathers transport is £33 Return.
How it works
Full Monty: You meet the purpose built shuttle truck at our Northampton (NN7 4SE) base. The Bike is then stowed securely along with your helmet and leathers and boots. We take you to Luton Airport, (Not included in price) You then fly to Toulouse (not included in price). There is a free transfer to our hotel meeting point. Accommodation can be booked by Bikeshuttle at the time of reserving your places, (see charges on the left) The next morning, feeling refreshed you meet the truck at our Hotel meeting point just by Toulouse Airport. By 10am you’re off on your bike… See our hotel meeting point
Basic: Bring the bike to us on the day of departure (8am ). Collect the bike from our hotel base at 9am the following day. (Please note if the bike arrives the day before, storage charges will apply and if bikes are not collected on time storage charges will apply.)
See the timetable below
We suggest you take the British Airways flight from London Heathrow on the day the shuttle departs
(Thurs at 1400hrs / 1650hrs BA0374 ) and then take their morning flight back on the day your motorbike arrives back in the UK (*Saturday at 0700hrs /0800hrs BA0377). the dates page. To book flights click here,
Our minibus transfer connects with these flights. For the outward journey, you need to be with us at our depot between 8.30am and 9.30am if you want to book the executive coach to Heathrow Airport which will leave at 9.45am prompt.
Bikeshuttle dates for Toulouse start on Thursday 28th of May for eight weeks. For more information and to book please call us on 01327 604111
You can book the hotel with us for Thursday night to wait for your bike in Toulouse…and for the return trip the Friday night after your bike leaves. Our minibus shuttle connects with this scenario. You can book different nights in the hotel if you are making a bespoke trip.
Book soon to get the dates you want. We will take your booking and confirm it by the end of January. Then a 25% deposit is required to secure your places with the balance due ten weeks prior to departure. Please note our charges are non refundable so please take out cancellation insurance. Please call us to book
Toulouse from only £499 return!
|Arrive/Depart||Departure Place||Departure Day||Time|
|Check-in||Northampton||Thurs||Between 0800 & 0900|
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