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Mr. Werner Wachter

Founder and Owner

Edelweiss Bike Travel

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Edelweiss Bike Travel

157 Lunado Way

San Francisco, California 94127

United States

Company Description

Edelweiss Bike Travel is the leading motorcycle and scooter touring company and has been running tours for 36 years. We have led 38,000 people to the far corners of this earth, and managed to maintain our high standard of quality. All of our tours are led ... more

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Since 1980, when Werner Wachter started Edelweiss Bike Travel, BMW Motorrad has been part of this unique and ever-growing touring program that inspires motorcycle riders from all over the world to travel.

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Werner Wachter
Founder & Owner
Werner was 35 years old when he decided that he didn't want to spend the rest of his life dealing with medical equipment. So in 1980 he and his wife Coral founded Europe's first motorcycle tour operator, gave it a catchy name, arranged a small fleet of BMWs and a year later they welcomed the first five paying customers in the Alps. This sounds like it was all very easy, but you can rest assured, it was not.
According to himself Werner never was a particularly able tour guide, but he must have done ok, because where would all that success of his company come from? Or was it Coral, who drove the support van and handled the luggage during the early days? We may never know for sure. What we do know is that the company gradually grew bigger, destinations, motorcycles, tour guides and office staff were added every year to secure Edelweiss' position as the Number One in guided motorcycle tours worldwide.
30 years later Werner started thinking about retirement. But of course a man like him wouldn't just quit and go home, instead he took the long way round. He worked for two years to set up a nine month tour around the world, the longest guided tour that had ever been done. He was to be part of it, of course, and after he returned home in July 2011, after 64,000 km on his bright orange BMW, he didn't go back to the office anymore. Well, once in a while he does. For a coffee… Enjoy your time off, Werner!
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The first thing that happened at the end of section 2 is that Werner Wachter, founder and owner of Edelweiss Bike Travel, turned Latino. Many people did not believe it but he did it anyway.

Werner, cuidado con los sicarios en Mexico!

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