Battlefield Biker is situated at the intersection of Motorcycle Touring and Military History.
Some features of the site include;
- Battlefield Biker TV Pilot (NEW!!).
- Battlefield Biker Tours (NEW!!)
- Descriptions of rides.
- A blog which discusses various topics about the site, current events and the business associated with it.
- A reading room where you can find the books and movies associated with Military History and Motorcycle Touring.
Battlefield Biker is proud to announce that it is continuing its partnership with MSL Tours in 2010.
We will be reprising our incredibly successful Battle of the Bulge tour
that saw more than 40 bikers enjoy the riding and the history of the
Belgian and Luxembourgish Ardennes last year. Check here for the details.
Additionally, we are launching a new tour this year of the Normandy
beaches where we will be visiting the battle sites of Operation
Overlord / D-Day landings. I've toured this area many times and it is
truly a tour not to be missed in your lifetime. You can see a short video of me and the D-Day beaches here. The detail of the tour can be found here.
We are incredibly excited about these tours and we have already had
several bookings on each tour, so don't miss out. Book early and make
2010 the year you get in a great ride and see some great historical sites!
I haven't often written about my own military experience on this site, but the next version of the Military History Carnival gives me good reason to do so. MHC edition 14 is about contested boundaries, so I thought I would brush off the memories and write a post about my time on the old east/west German/Czech border during the Cold War. Fittingly, 14 May is the anniversary of the signing of the Warsaw pact in 1955.