Fáilte go Celtic Rider, Motorcycle Rental & Tours Ireland! Welcome to Celtic Rider, Ireland's first and largest motorcycle rental company. Established in 2007 by Paul & Siobhán Rawlins, with the intention of sharing the beautiful island of Ireland to all motorcycle enthusiasts and now offering self-guided car tours also. Celtic Rider has paved the way in the adventure tourism industry and now proudly offers a self-drive tour programme to include Ireland, Scotland, England and the Isle of Man, with many more in the pipeline.
Ireland is naturally rugged and wild, with beautiful scenery, stunning coastlines, a friendly welcoming English speaking people and steeped in ancient history. This island is unique and unspoiled, and ideally suited to escaping the norm and discovering your adventurous side. Ireland is entirely different from anywhere else you have visited, a world class destination full of iconic experiences...yours to discover. Let Celtic Rider bring you on your journey of discovery. Thei rental station is conveniently located close to Dublin, Ireland's capital city and Dublin Airport.
Motorcycle Rental Scotland has now become a reality with their newly launched 21 day tour, taking in the 14 day Irish Wild Atlantic Way before boarding a ferry to Scotland from Belfast for the last week of your trip. This new tour will prove to bring sheer delight to riders, whilst offering fantastic roads to ride on, amazing land and seascapes and hospitality along the way that is simply outstanding and will leave a lifetime of lasting impression on you.
Also, newly launched is the ‘Wild Ireland & Isle of Man TT Races’ tours. This trip incorporating the World famous Isle of Man TT Races has two tour start dates. Riders have the option of riding Ireland for a week before departing to the Isle of Man, or riders can go directly to the Isle of Man by ferry and ride Ireland after the races. What really excites them about the Isle of Man part of this tour is the astonishing amount of options that you have whilst on this small island; there are plenty of excursions, both for the adventurous and the cautious. Diving, sea kayaking, abseiling, climbing, sailing, boat trips, hill walking, over 140 listed ancient monuments to visit, this small island of only 221 square miles (32 miles long, and only 14 miles wide), boasts over 660 miles of road and 99 miles of coastline. Every second day of race week is a rest day, and in this time they recommend for you to travel the island, take in the scenery, visit the museums and enjoy what this gem of an island has to offer.
Contact Celtic Rider today, and set the wheels in motion for your bike trip of a lifetime.