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The Crew

Who are we?

GSA Motorcycle Tours


Co-founder, Lead guide, back up guide,

support vehicle driver, technical adviser,

puncture repair...

Having ridden bikes for most of his life it was only a natural progression for him to do it for a living and thus share his passion with like minded people. With almost 20 years in the motorcycling touring industry in Southern Africa his wealth of knowledge accumulated over thousands of kilometres is formidable.

If he's not riding lead guide you will find him driving the support vehicle or behind a laptop scouring new places to take you to on your next adventure. Each tour has been recced checking routes, roads and accommodation making copious notes en route so when it comes to your turn to ride all you have to do is show up and enjoy the adventure!

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GSA Motorcycle Tours Michelle


Co-founder, support vehicle driver,

tour planner, 

logistics boffin, problem solver..

Being an avid biker herself she knows and understands what kind of riding our tours have to offer as she has ridden or driven support on all of them and handles all the bookings and logistics that go into making your adventure with us possible.

With nearly 20 years experience in the motorcycle touring business in Southern Africa, her knowledge, experience and attention to detail make the difference to every one of our tours. #girlsridetoo

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GSA Motorcycle Tours


Lead guide, back up guide, support vehicle driver, technical adviser, jack of all trades...

He has basically been riding bikes since before he was born. If you haven't figured it out Michelle and Darrell are his mum and dad. With biking in his genes it is no surprise that he is now doing it for a living too. Having been around bikes his whole life he has a great working knowledge of the machines and a practical approach to every challenge. He has already covered thousands of kilometres since coming aboard full time and can usually be found riding lead guide or driving the support vehicle.

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