With your own bike Tour (FULL DAY)


We will ride both on and off road. There will be opportunities to go swimming on all our tours except our Ruins and Forest Tour.
All prices are in MXN Pesos

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North tour – we head north to the biosphere Sian Ka’an. Our lunch break will be in Punta Herrero, Sian Ka’an, a tiny fishing hamlet in one of the most isolated and beautiful parts of the Mexican Caribbean. This tour includes around 90 miles (145 kms) of coastal road (hard pack chalk stone, dirt, gravel, sand) and coastal off road riding (deeper sand, grass, mud). The total tour length is 110 miles (176 kms). This is our most challenging tour with some loose sand sections and a route which can change condition on a daily basis.

South tour– we head south towards Xcalak along the exquisite coastline of southern Quintana Roo. Our lunch break will be either at Rio Huach or in Xcalak. This tour includes around 60 miles (96 kms) of mostly firm coastal road riding, taking us to the southernmost point of Quintana Roo just a short boat ride from the Belician keys. The total tour length is 100 miles (160 kms). River swimming, as well as beautiful isolated beaches, are a highlight of this tour.

Bacalar Lake Tour – We ride inland and then south to different points on the edge of the Lake of 7 colours, Bacalar. Lunch will be in Bacalar on the lake-front. This tour includes around 160 miles (256kms) of riding with roughly 20 miles (32kms) of off-roading. Highlights of this tour are a visit to the historic Bacalar fort and museum, and swimming in the crystalline waters of the lake.

Ruins and forest tour– we head inland and visit the archaeological site of Chacchoben and around the ancient forests of an area once famous for its Chicle (gum) production. Lunch will be in an authentic local village. This tour includes around 120 miles (192 kms) of riding with roughly 20 miles (32kms) of off-roading. Highlights of this tour are a visit to the Chacchoben archeological site, the abandoned Pueblo Chiclero (Gum Village), and the forests of millennial Mahogany trees. El Mariposario (Butterfly farm) optional,


Our tours are for medium and experienced riders only, we recommend a minimum of 3 years of riding experience. Off-road experience is not required, the trails are very “mild”.

Physical considerations:

The Mexican Caribbean is hot! Even in winter you will need sun-block. Our body protectors and waterproofs will be enough for even the coldest days (20°c, 68°f).

A reasonable level of physical fitness is required. People with heart conditions, high blood pressure, back or joint problems or other high-risk medical conditions may find the riding and high temperatures too strenuous.

Additional information

"What's provided?"

Snacks and drinks.
Experienced tour guide with local and historical knowledge.
4×4 rescue vehicle.
Heaps of fun!!

What should I bring?

For all clients – Face mask. Riding boots, or hiking boots with at least ankle-bone coverage are recommended. We have a limited number of boots available for you if you need them. Sturdy full length pants (trousers) like jeans or thicker cargo pants. Long armed shirt if possible. A change or 2 of shirts. Sun glasses. Sun block/sun screen (please check coral-safe contents). Swimming suit. Towel. Camera or phone. A little cash (we recommend to have pesos not more than equivalent $100usd) and a credit or debit card. ID. Current drivers license.


Our insurance coverage is for third party damages. All clients must have their own medical insurance. A deposit to cover potential damages to the motorcycle must be made by credit card on the day of your tour. The deposit is returned at the end of the tour if no damage has been caused.

Covid 19

In these troubling times of Covid 19 we all need to do our bit to avoid contracting and spreading this illness. Here at Adam's Adv Bike Tours we are well prepared and doing everything possible to avoid the spread of this virus. Please remember to bring your face mask, which will be required when not riding. All our equipment is washed and sterilized after every use, this includes all personal equipment and the motorcycle itself. Whilst we are in close proximity to one another, and especially during our preparations and fitting of your protective equipment, the use of hand sanitizer and a facemask is mandatory. You will be invited into our household for fitting so please be respectful of these rules. We will have the air conditioning set to cool so that wearing your mask and trying on your equipment is a pleasurable and comfortable experience.