Graham Saunders World Motorcycle Rider

Graham Saunders rode around the world in 2002 on a Honda Blackbird 1100 Travelling through 5 continents 17 countries covering 32000 miles in 90 days

What about Graham, Owner of Toursareus World Motorcycle Tours and around the world rider himself. Graham has a wealth of experience from riding all around Europe with groups for years before he finally went off around the world and he would loves to share his experience and knowledge with his customers. Finding highways and byways where the riding pleasure raises your heart rate and lets you feel the rush of the adrenalin a feeling we can always do with having more of every day on the best seat in the world “Your Motorcycle”.

Graham’s Comment!
I genuinely want you to enjoy the great service we offer and benefit from the experience we have. We have put together what we believe to be unbeatable Motorcycle Tours. You can be sure to get quality and value for money with Toursareus. So come and Join us call Graham on your next adventure just telephone Graham on +44 (0) 1934 743716 or email him from the contact form

Name: Graham Saunders
Age: 57
Country: United Kingdom
Languages: English
Years Riding: 40
Height: 5’ 8”
Current Motorcycles: 2017 Honda Africa Twin CRF1000L

Graham,s Past Motorcycles: and many more!

  • 2017 Honda Africa Twin CRF1000L – Current Bike
  • 2016 BMW R1200 GSA (Adventure Water Cooled)
  • 2015 BMW R1200 GSA (Adventure Water Cooled)
  • 2014 BMW R1200 GS TE (Water Cooled)
  • 2012 BMW R1200 GS Rallye (Oil Cooled)
  • 2008 Honda Varadero XL1000
  • 2004 BMW R1150R
  • 2002 BMW K1200 RS
  • 2002 BMW R1100R
  • 2001 Honda CBR 1100 Super Blackbird (Around the World 32’000 Miles in 90 days “2002”)
  • 2000 Suzuki GSXR 750
  • 1998 Kawasaki ZXR 750
  • 1986 Suzuki GSXR 750
  • 1984 Suzuki GSXR 750
  • 1982 Suzuki GSXR 750
  • 1981 Suzuki GSXR 750
  • 1980 Suzuki GSXR 750
  • 1979 Honda CX 500
  • 1979 Suzuki GT 750
  • 1977 Suzuki GT 380
  • 1976 Suzuki GT 250
  • 1976 CZ 175 Sport
  • 1975 Honda C90
  • 1975 Honda C50
  • 1975 Suzuki AP50
  • 1974 Yamaha FS1E
  • 1974 Ariel 3 (Moped)