Bullet 500 Trials
NEW Classic 350
Ride them back to back on one of the following guided adventures...
THE EXMOOR EXPLORER
Ride moors and coastal roads on this manageable 100 mile loop of Exmoor, taking in some great riding roads, some stunning locations and with plenty of stops along the way. The route does include some narrow road riding and gives opportunity to sample the fleet.
DATES: 12th May, 8th June, 30th June, 30th July, 18th August, 1st Sept.
TICKET PRICE: £159
Join on your own bike: £85
Roam the North Devon coast and onto Exmoor, stopping to explore the locations that defined the area as instrumental in the battle of World War II. From D-Day training beaches to monuments to fallen soldiers, what better way to trace history than on a fleet of Enfield motorcycles. Entry to Cobbaton Combat Collection included.
DATES: 20th July, 23rd July, 10th August, 13th August, 25th August, 2nd September, 22nd September.
Join on your own bike: £95
NORTH DEVON MILITARY HISTORY TOUR
From the Speed Shop we ride South on this day of discovery over onto Dartmoor National Park. Spot wild horses, have a paddle in the River Dart and stop at the the Moretonhampstead Motor Museum for a taste of the past. A great chance to ride the Enfield fleet on this 120 mile day ride. Entry to Motor Museum included.
DATES: 19th May, 16th June, 15th July,
4rd August, 10th September.
Join on your own bike: £95
DARTMOOR DISCOVERY DAY
LAND'S END OVERNIGHTER
Fancy a run to the end of the world and back? Then come on this epic overnighter, riding the best coastal roads of Devon and Cornwall, before resting for the night and making our way back the next day. A relaxed, scenic way to sample the Royal Enfield fleet. One night's twin share accommodation included.
DATES: 2nd-3rd August, 7-8th September: (Hotel Accommodation) £395 on a twin share basis.
Join on your own bike: £275
Please get in touch for group bookings or bespoke tours,
giving details on group size and dates to suit. Maximum 8 people
with discounts available for groups of 4 or more.
DAY RIDES start at 9.00am and finish at approximately 5pm with several coffee stops and a lunch stop along the way. Price includes fuel and fully comprehensive insurance subject to a £250 excess.
OVERNIGHT ADVENTURES start at 9.00am of the first day, aiming to reach the overnight stop by around 5pm, where you'll enjoy a communal meal with the group (not included). We'll journey back to the Speed Shop the next day, aiming to be back just after lunch. Price includes fuel, insurance (subject to a £250 excess) and one night's hotel accommodation on a twin share basis or extra for single supplement.
FORMAT: On both the day rides and overnighters you'll get to sample the full range of Enfield machines (subject to size of group), swapping bikes with the other riders as the day goes on. If there aren't enough riders for all the bikers then riders will give their two bikes of preference and efforts made to ensure those are ridden.
RIDERS MUST BE 25 OR OVER AND HOLD A FULL or A2 LICENCE
From sea to moor on a Royal Enfield tour
At Dorothy’s all we ask is:
You treat the bike with the respect that you treat your own
You ride within your limits at all times and acknowledge that there is no obligation to keep up with the rider in front.
You agree to ride responsibly around other riders
You agree to remain behind the lead rider at all times
You agree to declare any medical condition or history that may be detrimental to your participation
You agree that Dorothy’s Speed Shop will remove me from the experience if my behaviour is considered dangerous to myself or any other person.
You agree that you have sole responsibility for your own actions and personal safety and that you must ride to your own abilities and conditions. You have dynamic control of the bike at all times.
You agree that you shall not consume alcohol or drugs before or during the ride.
You agree that you have not been convicted of any motoring offence involving drink or drugs in the last 5 years.
You accept that motorcycling is an inherently dangerous pursuit and there is of course risk of injury, disablement and death.
You accept that there is no personal injury insurance, only the bike is covered, therefore if you are self employed you might want to consider some income protection insurance such as with protectmyincome.com
You accept that riding equipment isn't provided and that you are responsible for bringing suitable protective clothing including protection to head, eyes, gloves and body.