edit Columbus International - French Motorcycle Tours & Rental
For all those who are passionate about riding exceptional motorcycles but don’t want to neglect the other fine pleasures of the French Riviera, there is Columbus in Cannes, France.
Throughout the year, Columbus organizes luxury motorcycle tours and offers the largest choice of BMW, Ducati and KTM rental motorbikes in France. These motorbike tours are not only about riding special motorcycles. Along the way, you will enjoy a variety of exclusive experiences. There is something for everyone, with special tours for gourmet food and wine lovers, sports and culture fans and, of course, motor enthusiasts.
If you prefer, you can rent a Ducati motorcycle in France, a BMW or KTM motorbike without a package. The sights and delights that accompany taking a dream motorcycle tour along the Italian and French Riviera or anywhere South of France are waiting for you to enjoy at your own pace. The choice of breathtaking roads is near endless - the famous Route Napoleon, the twisting Col de Turini and scenic coastal routes between Monaco and Saint Tropez are just a few highlights. All motorcycles are less than one year old and can be delivered to your hotel or residence within 200km of Cannes. Last, but not least, Columbus can arrange a personal tour guide for the day or fit GPS navigation with pre-loaded routes to your chosen bike.
To discover pleasures’ treasures with no half-measures, please visit our motorcycle rental and tour website for further information.
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- Columbus International
- Office: 00 33 4 83 15 82 64
- Mobile: 00 33 6 68 86 05 19
- Fax: 00 33 4 93 38 36 04
- Primary Language is English
- Additional Languages: French, German
edit Columbus International Motorcycle Club
Columbus introduces fractional ownership to the world of exclusive motorcycles in France
Columbus has created a new way for its customers to ride the latest BMW, Ducati and KTM motorbikes without the inconveniences or costs of ownership. The concept is straightforward. Members pay an annual fee and in return get a credit to spend on Columbus’ fine motorbikes and exclusive services.
But, it’s not only about the financial benefit – no depreciation, no insurance, no servicing, maintenance, garage or storage costs. With over 300 days of annual sunshine and pleasant temperatures, the South of France belongs to the best driving spots in the world. The choice of breathtaking roads is near endless. Access from all over Europe is easy – Nice airport is the second largest passenger airport in France. And for added convenience, Columbus has a chauffeur to collect you from the airport.
All motorbikes are insured fully comprehensively and serviced to the highest manufacturer standards. Columbus has the largest choice of rental Ducatis in France, including the Diavel, Multistrada 1200, Monster 796 and Monster S2R 1000. BMW rental motorcycles include the R 1200 GS and F 800 R. And KTM hire motorbikes are represented with the 990 Adventure and 690 Duke range. All motorcycles are less than one year old and can be delivered within 200km of Cannes. On top of that, the company can arrange personal tour guides or provide GPS navigation with pre-loaded routes to your chosen bike. Helmet cameras are also available.
To discover pleasures’ treasures with no half-measures, please visit the France Motorcycle Club page on our website for further information.
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