REV’IT! Partners with a startup to offer motorcycle travel services

It seems REV’IT! focused on laser in its efforts to grow its portfolio of partnerships with various brands in the ADV segment. After recent collaborations with Harley-Davidson and Touratech to create co-branded apparel, REV’IT! now partners with startup “Mototourismo” to bring specialized two-wheel travel services to a global audience.

Not necessarily what some would immediately think a clothing brand would be directly related to, but as REV’IT! Managing Director Ivan Vos states, “our mission is to inspire people to ride.” And that’s what the online travel service Motourismo promises to inspire by giving motorcyclists a platform where they can search for experiences of like-minded people and book everything from day trips to travel packages. long distance of several weeks. The portfolio is complemented by motorcycle training courses and motorcycle expedition. In the future, other categories should be added.

In short, Motourismo is a combined concept of a reservation platform and an online travel agency for two wheels, partnering with a hundred privileged travel partners from all over the world. The site’s search engine lists its partners’ services and provides riders with tools to find relevant rides, training and expeditions with granular filters for targeted search by region, date and specific motorcycle services and categories.

In its beta phase, the platform was initially launched in German-speaking countries and received the award for best travel technology from the German travel industry club in 2019. Since the beginning of 2020, it also serves a market of mass so far barely digitized. in English language.

To date, Motourismo has raised a total of over €1 million in a seed funding round. The company says it will use the funding to continue its international expansion and technical development. “We can now ramp up our preparations for the next travel boom at the foreseeable end of the pandemic at full speed,” said co-founder and CEO Michael Carlin. “We are convinced to invest in tourism and in specific and quality services for a demanding international target at this time, especially in a market that has been completely underestimated until now.

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Willie R. Golden