We've put a special tour together and only YCRS Grads get to experience it first. So join us again on another adventure with fellow Yamaha Champions Riding School Senior Coach Michael Henao on a tour that celebrates a special part of the world for riders. There's one small region that produces more MotoGP riders and Champions than any other, Catalunya. Leod Escapes has enlisted the help of local enthusiasts to show you the roads, the cantinas, the views, the food, and most importantly the curves that make this an ideal place to be a rider. We've taken our tradition of authenticity and gone full throttle here so get ready for some surprises. You stay in resort towns where locals riders go to escape the busy streets of Barcelona. You ride the same mountain and coastal roads local racers have ridden for generations. You'll feast on local meat and drink local Cava and Vi Negre wine. Your hotels will grace your eyes with views of the mountains, the sea and an amazing circuit. Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is our favorite track in Spain and you've got three days to learn what locals call "Montmeló". Enjoy the precise feel of a new BMW S1000RR on the track, and as usual, upgrades to slicks and warmers are available. Our guides are local riders and have packed this tour with the best roads, food, views and everything else riders love so you will understand the core of what it means to be a Catalan rider.
If you've taken our advice you've already arrived early and spent a few days in Barcelona, our favorite city in Spain. It's vibrant and with loads to see and do but now, it's time to get started. We'll come pick you up from your hotel in Barcelona or if you're running it tight we'll, ee might be able to pick you up from there to it just depends on everyone's schedule. Starting around 3pm we'll start doing rental bike check in and pick up so we can have all the bikes assembled in front of the hotel ready to go tomorrow. We'll do an initial briefing there at the hotel and then we've got a real treat for you. We are taking you somewhere every MotoGP fan should see but for some reason, only locals know about it and they have great food.