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Royal Enfield Australia would like to announce that the first “Tour of Australia” ride scheduled to depart from Melbourne on the 28th of March,
has been postponed until further notice. Keep an eye out for updates in the near future.



Tour Of Australia: Terms & Conditions

Registration Fee  :  $150 donation to bushfire related charity.

What is included?

Vehicle back-up and technician with limited spares through the ride. Spares will be charged at RRP.

First Aid assistance

Tour of Australia limited edition Tee shirt

Tour of Australia sticker for bike and helmet

What is not?

Riders will be responsible for paying for their own accommodation, fuel, snacks, meals, drinks and any other costs associated with attending the tour.

Registration Numbers

Due to logistical reasons, the tour will be limited to 50 x participants at any one time.

Drivers License

Riders must have a valid driving license permitting them to ride a motorcycle in Australia.

Registration Certificate and Insurance

Motorcycles must be registered and in a roadworthy, serviceable condition. REA will not be responsible for break downs that may occur. Please ensure that your motorcycle is also adequately insured for this journey.

Ambulance Cover

It is highly recommended that all riders have ambulance coverage in their home state or territory.

Please ensure emergency contact name and phone number is included on your registration form.

Cancellation or Curtailment

There is a lot of advanced planning that goes into this trip and based on a numbers received, acceptance will be on a first come – first served basis. I.e only the first 50 participants will be accepted.

In the event of the cancellation or postponement of the ride due to logistics, Royal Enfield will not be held responsible for the participants $150 donation to a bushfire related charity.

Force Majeure

Means unusual and unforeseeable circumstances which are beyond normal control, the consequences of which could not have been avoided even if all due care had been exercised. Such circumstances or events include (but are not limited to) war, or threat of war, riot, civil strike, industrial dispute, unavoidable technical problems with transport, closure or congestion of airports or roads, terrorist activity, natural or nuclear disaster, volcanic activity, fire and adverse weather conditions.

In the event of any of the above, REA will not be responsible for any costs incurred by a participant having to cancel or leave the tour.


Service back-up – we will have a mechanic travelling along with some basic Royal Enfield spare parts. If needed, parts may be replaced and the rider will be charged for the same. We will do our best to help with the bike, but each rider is responsible for bringing his or her bike home. Therefore, bike preparation is very important. Your local dealer can assist you in ensuring that your bike is up to the task.

Motorcycle Preparation

As per the above, get your motorcycle serviced well in advance and do not wait for the last minute. At ground level the most important thing are the tyres, chains and sprockets. Ensure that you have adequate tread on your tyres and plenty of miles left with your chain and sprockets. We recommend you start the ride with a brand new set of tyres or at least 75-80% tread available.

Inspect and make sure that your bike has genuine OE parts. We cannot provide support for modified items and in such case you are requested to carry your own spares. We can make arrangements to carry them in the service vehicle.

Riding Gear

1. Approved (Mandatory) Full face or modular styled helmets (Recommended).

2. Boots: preferably motorcycle riding boots or leather ankle boots.

3. Jacket: preferably motorcycle riding jacket with inbuilt body armour.

4. Pants: preferably motorcycle riding pants or denims with protective inserts

5. Riding Gloves :  Well fitted protective motorcycle gloves

Helmet Stickers

Each & every participant will need to paste on their bike and helmet the stickers given by Royal Enfield in the riders briefing

Rules and Regulations

We try to keep rules and regulations to the minimum unless when necessary for the harmony and safety of the individual or group. However we expect the few that we have, should be followed very strictly, failing which we may exclude that particular participant from the rest of the trip.

We will be travelling at the posted speed limit. If you are unable to keep up for any reason, don’t panic, you will be able to catch up at the next rest stop.

• Intoxication: we do not allow any form of intoxication when on the bike (drugs, alcohol, etc).

• Conduct: participants are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that shows respect to themselves and others around them i.e. other participants, support staff and locals of the region.

• Environmental responsibility: we must try and ensure that we maintain the sanctity of the region we are passing through. Remember that we will be travelling through bush fire affected regions, so we must be sensitive to the local inhabitants

• Medical advice: if you are under medical treatment we expect you to follow the medical advice very strictly.

Group Riding

This has more to do with your mental attitude than your riding skill, this is not a race but neither do we have unlimited time on our hands. The ride is structured so as to allow you ample time to enjoy the beauty of the areas that we will be travelling through, while at a pace according to your comfort. You are absolutely free to choose your own riding style, buddies and pace, so long as local road laws are not broken and there is no threat to any other person, animal or machine.

The only time we expect you to ride in close formation is while entering and leaving a town so that no one gets lost. This shall be in a tight but staggered formation. This serves to guide the group on an intended path in a safe and cohesive manner. The riding signals will be covered in the rider’s meeting and main signals will be reviewed before departure.

Please note that the group cannot keep stopping for those that may need to take a bathroom break, refuel or the like. You will get the opportunity to catch up at the next rest stop.