Portimão & Lisbon
Take on the most challenging track in MotoGP
The Autódromo Internacional do Algarve outside of Portimão opened in 2008 and it was immediately a favorite of many World Superbike riders. It's addition to the MotoGP and Formula 1 calendar in 2020 cemented it's legendary status. Join us for seven days in Portugal exploring and riding track-prepped motorcycles at this incredible track.
Day Two (Tuesday, January 3): Lisbon
Lisbon will be the first stop on this trip where we will take some necessary time to adjust to the time difference and explore all that there is to this great city. From Belém Tower to the Padrão dos Descobrimentos, Lisbon is a city full of culture.
Day Four (Thursday, January 5): Portimão
You get to choose whether you want to be in "Explorer" or "Lounger" mode today. Make your way to Praia João de Arens if your idea of paradise is spending the day on the beach. The 5,000 year old Megalithic Monuments of Alcalar on the outskirts of the city or the Castelo de São João do Arade are great places to visit for those Explorers among us.
Day Five (Friday, January 6): Trackday!
Clearly this is the main draw of the trip - the Autódromo Internacional do Algarve. We have multiple track-prepared bikes available to us and you will spend this day learning the intricacies of this fantastic track on board a Yamaha R6, Honda CBR600RR or Kawasaki ZX-6R. If those don't have enough power for you, you have the option of a full superbike Honda CBR1000RR or Kawasaki ZX-10R.
Day Six (Saturday, January 7): Trackday, Part II
One day at the Autódromo Internacional do Algarve is just enough to whet the appetite so we will return to the Portugese home of Formula 1, MotoGP and World Superbike for a second day to put everything we learned on day one together and bid farewell to this track with some great laps together.
Day Seven (Sunday, January 8): Lisbon
After two days on track, we will take a relaxing morning to say farewell to Portimão and then return to Lisbon for one final evening together.
Day Eight (Monday, January 9): Return Home
The final day of our amazing journey to Portugal. We will depart Lisbon on our way back home, no doubt starting to plan for the next adventure!
Day Three (Wednesday, January 4): Portimão
We will make the trip from Lisbon to Portimão two days after we arrive in Portugal. Portimão is home to much more than just an amazing race track and it deserves a day set aside for exploration. This oceanside city is full of things to do, whether you prefer to hit the beach or walk around the city.
Day One (Monday, January 2): Travel to Lisbon
For those traveling from the US, flights will depart on January 2 and will arrive in Lisbon the following day.