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On tour with the Vogel Communications Group and CarGarantie

Every year about 100 decision makers from the car and motorcycle industry take part in the motorcycle tour of the trade magazine "bike und business". Supported by CarGarantie, participants have the opportunity to combine the fun of motorcycling with informative discussions and networking.


Day 1

Issue 14 of the guided bike excursion started this year with a bike pilgrimage from Würzburg to Altötting. "From every front door there is a way to Altötting", says an old Bavarian proverb. Every year the Altötting chapel site is the destination of numerous pilgrims from all over the world. The participants of the motorbike tour also gathered around the Chapel of Grace for a service followed by a blessing of the two-wheeled vehicles.


Day 2

On Friday the business bikers could enjoy the magnificent views of lakes and mountain landscapes: 230 kilometres across the “Inntal” to the "Bavarian Sea", Lake Chiemsee. After a day of cruising through the Chiemgau region, the participants concluded the evening with interesting presentations on current topics in the industry. Thomas Geyer informed about the topic BikeGarantie by CarGarantie.


Day 3

The destinations on Saturday were also more than impressive: Lake Königssee - its echo is world-famous - the Roßfeld-Panoramastrasse - Germany's highest panoramic road - and the Gaisberg - the local mountain of the Salzburgers. The After-Ride-Dealer-Party with barbecue and cool drinks was the crowning finale of an eventful day.


Day 4

On the day of departure, the participants had the choice between an individual trip home or the "Neverending way back home" route with the Vogel Communications Group team, which took them 365 kilometres back to Würzburg.
Once again this year, the B2B industry tour left nothing to be desired. Whether scenic or architectural - the entire tour impressed with its stunning panorama, shared driving pleasure and business networking in front of a magnificent backdrop.

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Fotocredit: »bike und business«/Vogel Communications Group & Thomas Geyer