All our tour guides have long experience from travel and adventures on a motorcycle. We have traveled through several countries in Europe, Asia, and Africa, as well as Australia and the USA on motorbikes. Our trips are not that much about riding fast, the main focus is exploring exiting roads and beautiful surroundings, but we do enjoy challenges like technical routes, where we have to work as a team to get through.
David Johansson is our chief tour guide. He has been trained by the BMW Motorrad International Tourguide Academy ITA and Instructor Academy IIA in Munich in Germany and was one the first certified BMW Motorrad tour guides in the world.
All our tour guides are well trained in first aid, in case something would go wrong during the tours.
David is the CEO of Touratech Nordic, organizer of Adventure Days and instructor at Touratech Offroad School. He has been riding bikes since a horse threw him off its back at the age of seven, and he has traveled to about 40 countries on a bike so far. His longest trip was in 2002-2003 when he rode from Sweden to South Africa, but after that, he has been riding in the USA, Australia, Middle East, Iceland and most countries in Europe.
David is now primarily working with the planning of training, trips, and events and as a tour leader during several of the trips.
Ann Cathrin has been riding a motorcycle since 2011 and has had time with, among other things. South Africa, Namibia, Argentina, Chile, USA and most countries in Europe. She works primarily with planning and implementation of our trips in Portugal, Iceland & Greece but also with Adventure Days.
Per has been riding since he was six years old. He is the only tour guide, who has competed in enduro, and he applies this knowledge on the big adventure motorcycles. He is also an instructor and teaches offroad riding in the military. Per thinks that the world should be seen from the saddle of a bike and he has traveled through many countries over the years. One of his trips took him from Korea to Sweden passed Russia and Mongolia. Per also won the qualification and was chosen to represent Scandinavia in GS-Trophy in 2010. He and his team finished third in the finals in South Africa. He is also one of the instructors at Touratech Offroad School.
In his youth, Fredrik rode a motorcycle a lot. But with kids at home, he then took a break for some years, until the kids had reached the age to start riding enduro. He has competed in enduro on the military Husqvarna 258 and today he works for the Swedish Armed Forces as an instructor for motorcycle training. If you can do anything with a smile – this guy will! Fredrik is an instructor for Offroad School and a tour guide on our adventure tours.
”Carla” has ridden a motorcycle since he as a 16-year old saved up the money to buy to his own 125cc MX bike. After a few years at the motocross track, he finally took his license for heavy motorcycle, and the new focus was sportbikes and race tracks. After a rainy summer he bought an Africa Twin and since then it´s only offroad also for Carla. He likes the mix of riding fast and technical. Today he is an instructor for Offroad School and a tour guide at our adventure tours.
Joachim has been riding a motorcycle since the milk was bought on glass bottles. He has a great interest in adventure and rally. Rides a BMW R1200GS Adventure and a self-built BMW G450X Rally. Since the start, he has participated in Adventure Days and Offroad School.
Magnus is a very active motorcyclist both privately and in his work. He also competes actively in enduro. Magnus primarily works as an instructor but is also involved as a tour leader on our travels.