Thrilling challenge in your life
Explore all Russia!
11.200 km
550 km average day distance, 95% asphalt roads
26 days
19 riding days and 5 rest days in Moscow, Krasnoyarsk (Siberia), Lake Baikal, Vladivostok,2 days for arriving/departure
Safe adventure
Small groups, experienced English speaking guides, well-planed and safe routes



Thrilling challenge
in your life
Explore all Russia!
11.200 km
550 km average day distance, 95% asphalt roads
26 days
19 riding days and 5 rest days in Moscow, Krasnoyarsk (Siberia), Lake Baikal, Vladivostok,2 days for arriving/departure
Safe adventure
Small groups, experienced English speaking guides, well-planed and safe routes
Main highlights
Moscow: Kremlin, Red Square, GUM, subway and Arbat street.
Kremlins in Kazan and Nizhniy Novgorod
Ural mountains
Museum of weapons and a shooting range with an AK-47 (Kalashnikov rifle)
Kungur Ice Cave
Monument "Europe-Asia"
Ural motorcycles factory, museum and riding
Siberia
Taiga (boreal forest) in the nature reserve "Stolby"
Altai and Sayan mountains
Great Lake Baikal
The Far East
Vladivostok, the shore of the Pacific Ocean
Make a photo with Stepan the real bear
Full Marathon Program
Moscow - Vladivostok
Vladivostok - Moscow
You can also start your tour in Europe
(Germany, Latvia or Lithuanina). Below you will see all the details of this option.
Day 1 & 2: Arriving in Moscow
Moscow sightseeing. Walking sight-seeing tour around Moscow: Kremlin, Red Square, GUM, subway and photoshoot with Stepan the real bear.
Day 3: Moscow—Nizhny Novgorod, 570 km
In the morning we will ride to the Red Square to take photos as the beginning of our tour. Then we will reach Suzdal (one of the most beautiful cities of the Golden Ring).

There will be some free time for walking and lunch. After that we will have a section of a dirt road about 10km. In the evening we will reach Nizhny Novgorod — a vibrant historical city where we will spend some time walking along the Volga River embankment and visit Novgorod Kremlin.
Day 4: Nizhny Novgorod—Kazan, 480 km
From Nizhny Novgorod we will ride through the Northern border of the Kerzhenskiy State Nature Reserve.

Magnificent places and birches are going to get replaced by coniferous trees. Then we'll cross the Volga River by ferry to Kozmodemyansk where we will visit special open-air Ethno-Museum.

Our next destination is Kazan — a cozy & modern city with a very beautiful Kremlin (Russia's second largest Kremlin after Moscow) and a legendary Mosque. In the evening we will have a delicious dinner with Russian & Tatar cuisine.
Day 5: Kazan—Izvhevsk, 380 km
With a good secondary road and a small off road segment (~20km) we will reach Izvhevsk on this day. It is a place where famous AK-47s (Kalashnikov rifle) are being produced.

We will visit an Armory Museum and shooting range where you will try AK-47s in action. We are staying in the wooden house style hotel where you will try delicious regional food and relax in sauna!
Day 6: Izvhevsk—Kungur, 360 km
This day we are meeting the Ural Mountains.

We will ride along the beautiful secondary roads, taking a rest and a lunch on the bank of a reservoir, visiting a train's cemetery and going back to the childhood (having an opportunity to discover those trains and take photos with those iron monsters).

Next is Kungur. Right after arriving we will visit Kungur Ice Cave — a legendary geological karst discovered by Peter the Great.
Day 7: Kungur—Ekaterinburg, 420 km
In the morning we are visiting cute Plakun waterfall while driving through the earth road (~20km) where you will enjoy a swim in the river.

Next stop is Yekaterinburg. This day we are going to cross the border between Europe and Asia and will take photos near the monument "Europe-Asia". After what we will enjoy landscapes of Yekaterinburg from the height of 186 meters and take a walk in the historic center.

Amazing national dinner in the Ural restaurant is our cherry on the cake for this day ;)
Day 8: Ekaterinburg—Irbit—Tyumen, 400 km
We will go to Irbit, motherland of Russian motorcycles Ural. We will visit a motorcycles factory, a museum and take a mind-blowing test drive of Ural motorcycles with sidecars.

Next we are going to Tyumen and walk through the famous Russian Bridge of Lovers. This evening we are staying in breathtaking Art-Hotel!
Day 9: Tyumen—Omsk, 675 km
And now we are in Siberia! Today's mid-point is Ishim, a small provincial town with a pretty promenade and an amusement park.

Here we will have lunch. Then we will stop at the beautiful lakes with original Russian villages. Local villagers, farmers and shepherds will give us their kind welcome. You will hear stories and tales, try their natural food and dive into the atmosphere of the old times going back to the pagan culture.

Next, we will have a refreshing journey through the unpaved roads. In Omsk, we will stay in a Castle-Hotel. It will take us back to the times of the Middle Ages, where you will feel like a knight, resting during a hike.
Day 10: Omsk—Novosibirsk, 645 km
This will be your day of motorcycle meditation. The road is straight, in excellent condition and has almost no traffic. You can enjoy the ride and be mentally still, far away from the hectic life.

We will have a lunch sitting near a picturesque lake and a field where we can ride Enduro style, and then just lie under the birches on the grass.

We will spend a night in the hotel right on the river bank to leave our bikes behind and have a nice evening walk along the river.
Day 11: Novosibirsk—Kemerovo, 350 km
Almost a rest day, just 350 km. In the morning we will continue to look around Novosibirsk, drive past the hydropower station and stop at a Train Museum. It is a very interesting Museum consisting of 120 exhibits! The trains in this Museum are from the different eras offering a cabin visit for your full immersion in history.

Our next stop is Jurga town in the center of Siberia. We can relax by the river, take a ride on the pontoon bridge, go to the outskirts of the city where a tank range is located.

Then we will go to Kemerovo taking a fantastic road with breathtaking views and a good track. Kemerovo is an industrial city, so it is the best place to go to the pine forest on the other side of the river and relax in Park-hotel and have a massage.
Day 12: Kemerovo—Krasnoyarsk, 560 km
Today we will drive along the stunning roads and serpentines of the Altai Mountains.

Before Krasnoyarsk we will stop at a Hydropower Station and a magnificent observation deck with panoramic views of the great Yenisei River and mountains. Krasnoyarsk is a big Siberian city located on the Yenisei River, one of the biggest rivers in the world.

In the evening you will have free time to regain your energy and get ready for the Siberian Taiga (boreal forest) !
Day 13: Krasnoyarsk, rest day
We are starting with a hike in the reserve Stolby. This place is fantastic! These rocks in the middle of the Siberian Taiga (boreal forest) and the views that open from them are just breathtaking.

We will climb the rock called Grandmother. From this rock we will see wonderful panoramas and many kilometers that we will be enjoying in the rest of the journey. We will spend there half a day.

Next, you can choose between a city tour with a local English-speaking guide, horse riding or private moto-museum with the pre-war military bikes like BMW and Harleys.
Day 14: Krasnoyarsk—Tulun, 670 km
Today we are taking a smooth road through small villages and will stop for a tasty lunch on the lake.

In Tulun we will stay in a country hotel with Banya (Russian Sauna) on the banks of the river.
Day 15: Tulun—Lake Baikal (Olkhon island), 695 km
In the evening we arrive at the Great Lake Baikal! The deepest lake on Planet Earth —1642 meters! By the way, this is 19% of all the fresh water in the world.

We will visit Olkhon Island — the most beautiful place of Baikal. It is difficult to describe the beauty that awaits us.

We will stop in the central part of the island. It will take us 30 km by dirt road. There are no paved roads on the island, since this is a National Park.
Day 16 & 17: Lake Baikal (Olkhon island), rest day
Free time — walking, swimming, taking photos, enjoying the beauty and eating legendary Baikal omul fish.

Continuing to inhale the beauty of that place and to discover it. This day we will have a tour on Russian jeeps across the island, horse riding or sailing.
Day 18: Lake Baikal (Olkhon island)—Arshan, 520 km
And now we will go along scenic roads to the foot of the Sayan mountains.

On the way we will stop at the museum — the Angara icebreaker and the local fish market. In the evening we will arrive in Arshan and go to a Buddhist temple (datsan).

Russia is an amazing country where not only a multitude of nationalities live peacefully, but also the three main religions (Christianity, Islam and Buddhism) prosper.
Day 19: Arshan–Ulan-Ude, 470 km
We will start the morning with a hike in the mountains — go to look at the waterfall. In the same place we will get real mineral water from an underground source.

Then we will go to Ulan-Ude. We will go around Lake Baikal from the southern part. A very picturesque road — on our left we will see Lake Baikal, and on the right — the mountains.

We will have dinner today in the city center in a restaurant with local food and panoramic views. Also we will walk and see across some sights of Ulan-Ude.
Day 20: Ulan-Ude—Chita, 670 km
In the morning we will ride to the Buddhist temple on Lysaya Gora — a beautiful place with panoramic views of the city.

Then there will be a road full of beautiful mountains, forests, steppes, rivers and lakes. So much variety in one day — very cool.
Day 21: Chita–Erofey Pavlovich, 780 km
Deserted places, very rarely little villages, once in 200 kilometers local gas station.

We will stop in the middle between Chita and Blagoveshchensk – nearby the town Erofey Pavlovich. It was named in honor of Erofey Pavlovich Khabarov—Russian serial entrepreneur of the 17th century, traveler and explorer. Tonight we will sleep like long-haul trackers. Road romance...
Day 22: Erofey Pavlovich—Blagoveshchensk, 790 km
On this day we will stop by active Vostochny cosmodrome. We will have space food for astronauts in tubes for lunch — you will be able to choose soups or main courses. If we are lucky enough, we will stop by a view point and see cosmodrome with our own eyes.

Later on we are heading to Blagoveshchensk. That city was established in the middle of 19th century to guard the borders of the Russian Empire.

We will get a chance to walk along the Amur River which separates Russia from China. It is very close, only 20-30 minutes by ferry, but there are other laws, traditions, culture, language — it is very unusual. Chinese side is always active: local music and light bulbs all around.
Day 23: Blagoveshchensk—Khabarovsk, 700 km
This part of the road has viewpoints. We will have lunch on one of them and will be able to enjoy a great landscape. As well as we will take pictures near the legendary monument "Moscow-Vladivostok". Khabarovsk is probably the most beautiful city in the Asian part of the Trans-Siberian route.

The Amur River is wide here, hills are beautiful and it is plentiful of forests. In the evening, we will take a walk in the center of Khabarovsk. It has a great walking area with monuments, museums, temples and a theater.
Day 24: Khabarovsk—Vladivostok, 760 km
This day you will learn to love the Far East! It has stunning nature and mountains and a very pleasant and easy way. And already in the evening we will be able to congratulate ourselves with the finish line of this cool challenge.

We are in Vladivostok! Congrats!!!

We have finally arrived to the shore of the Pacific Ocean. Today we have a massage after a long trip.
Day 25 & 26: Vladivostok, departure home
Vladivostok is a young but very interesting city. We will travel to the Russki Island to see how the defensive fort has been building for more than 100 years ago.

We will visit viewpoints with fascinatingly beautiful landscapes seen and after stop by the Tokarev lighthouse. Moreover, we will be able to take a glance on the waterfront real shoot from a main gun at 12 o'clock. It happens every day as it is a military tradition.

Furthermore, we will visit the Museum-submarine C-56. Lastly we will wonder around the city and a local pedestrian street. We will finish our journey by eating fresh seafood in a restaurant.
Day 1 & 2. Arriving in Vladivostok. Rest day
Transfer to the hotel. Signing all documents and learning more about each other, route, schedule
for the day, etc. There will be a welcome dinner with fresh seafood in a restaurant in the evening.

Vladivostok is a young but very interesting city. We will travel to the Russki Island to see how
the defensive fort has been building for more than 100 years ago. We will visit viewpoints with
fascinatingly beautiful landscapes seen and after stop by the Tokarev lighthouse. Moreover, we
will be able to take a glance on the waterfront real shoot from a main gun at 12 o'clock. It
happens every day as it is a military tradition. Furthermore, we will visit the Museum-submarine
C-56. Lastly we will wonder around the city and a local pedestrian street. Bikes preparation
date.
Day 3: Vladivostok - Khabarovsk, 760 km
This day you will learn to love the Far East! It has stunning nature and mountains and a very
pleasant and easy way. Khabarovsk is probably the most beautiful city in the Asian part of the
Trans-Siberian route. The Amur River is wide here, hills are beautiful and it is plentiful of
forests. In the evening, we will take a walk in the center of Khabarovsk. It has a great walking
area with monuments, museums, temples and a theater.
Day 4: Khabarovsk - Blagoveshchensk, 700 km
This part of the road has viewpoints. We will have lunch on one of them and will be able to
enjoy a great landscape. As well as we will take pictures near the legendary monument
"Moscow-Vladivostok". Blagoveshchensk was established in the middle of 19th century to
guard the borders of the Russian Empire.

We will get a chance to walk along the Amur River which separates Russia from China. It is very close, only 20-30 minutes by ferry, but there are other laws, traditions, culture, language - it is very unusual. Chinese side is always active: local
music and light bulbs all around.
Day 5: Blagoveshchensk-Erofey Pavlovich, 790 km
On this day we will stop by active Vostochny cosmodrome . We will have space food for
astronauts in tubes for lunch – you will be able to choose soups or main courses. If we are lucky
enough, we will stop by a view point and see cosmodrome with our own eyes. We will stop in
the middle between Blagoveshchensk and Chita – nearby the town Erofey Pavlovich.

Tonight we will sleep like long-haul trackers.

Road romance...
Day 6: Erofey Pavlovich- Chita, 780 km
Deserted places, steppes, very rarely little villages, once in 200 kilometers local gas station.
Day 7: Chita - Ulan-Ude, 670 km
There will be a road full of beautiful mountains, forests, steppes, rivers and lakes. So much
variety in one day - very cool. We will have dinner today in the city center in a restaurant with
local food and panoramic views. Also we will walk and see across some sights of Ulan-Ude.

Russia is an amazing country where not only a multitude of nationalities live peacefully, but also
the three main religions (Christianity, Islam and Buddhism) prosper.
Day 8: Ulan-Ude - Arshan, 470 km
In the morning we will ride to the Buddhist temple on Lysaya Gora - a beautiful place with
panoramic views of the city. Then we will go along scenic roads to the foot of the Sayan
mountains.

We will go around Lake Baikal from the southern part. A very picturesque road - on
our right we will see Baikal, and on the left - the mountains. In the evening we will arrive in
Arshan and go to a cozy Buddhist temple (datsan).
Day 9: Arshan - Lake Baikal (Olkhon island), 520 km
We will start the morning with a hike in the mountains - go to look at the waterfall. In the same place we will get real mineral water from an underground source.

And now we will go to Olkhon island in the middle of Lake Baikal!! On the way we will stop at the local fish market. On the ferry we will cross over to Olkhon Island - the most beautiful place of Lake Baikal. It is difficult to convey in words the beauty that awaits us. We will stop in the central part of the island. It will take us 30km by dirt road. There are no paved roads on the island, since this is a national park and road construction is prohibited there.
Day 10 & 11: Lake Baikal (Olkhon island), rest day
Free time - walking, swimming, taking photos, enjoying the beauty and eating legendary Baikal
omul.

Lake Baikal is the deepest lake on the planet - the depth reaches 1642 meters! By the way - this is 19% of all stocks of drinking water in the world.

Continuing to inhale the beauty of that place and to discover it. This day we will have a tour on
Russian jeeps across the island, horse riding or sailing.
Day 12: Lake Baikal (Olkhon island) - Tulun, 695 km
In the evening we arrive at the Great Lake Baikal! The deepest lake on Planet Earth —1642 meters! By the way, this is 19% of all the fresh water in the world.

We will visit Olkhon Island — the most beautiful place of Baikal. It is difficult to describe the beauty that awaits us.

We will stop in the central part of the island. It will take us 30 km by dirt road. There are no paved roads on the island, since this is a National Park.
Day 13: Tulun - Krasnoyarsk, 670 km
Today we are taking a smooth road through small villages and will stop for a tasty lunch on the lake.

Krasnoyarsk is a big Siberian city. The city is situated on the Yenisei River, one of the
biggest rivers in the world. In the evening you will have free time to regain your energy and get
ready for the Siberian boreal forest!
Day 14: Krasnoyarsk, rest day
This day we will start with a hike in the reserve "Stolby". This place is fantastic! These rocks in
the middle of the Siberian Taiga (boreal forest) and the views that open from them are just
breathtaking.

We will climb the rock Grandmother. From this rock we will be able to see wonderful panoramas and many kilometers that we will be enjoying in the rest of the journey.

We will spend there half a day. Next, you can choose between a city tour with a local English-
speaking guide, horse riding or private motomuseum with the pre-war military bikes like BMW and Harleys.
Day 15: Krasnoyarsk - Kemerovo, 560 km
Today we will drive along the stunning roads and serpentines of the Altai Mountains.

And we will stop at a hydropower station and a magnificent observation deck, from where a panoramic view of the great Yenisei River and mountains can be observed. Kemerovo is an industrial city, so it is the best place to go to the pine forest on the other side of the river and relax with massage in the Park-hotel.
Day 16: Kemerovo - Novosibirsk, 350 km
Almost a rest day, just 350 km. We will go to the provincial town Jurga in the center of Siberia.
We can relax by the river, take a ride on the pontoon bridge, or go to the outskirts of the city
where a tank range is.

Then we will go to Novosibirsk by a very picturesque road having beautiful views and a good track. In the evening we will start to look around Novosibirsk, drive past the a hydropower station and stop at a train Museum. It is a very interesting Museum - 120 exhibits! The exhibits are taken from the different times, on many it is possible to climb, somewhere even to visit a cabin of the driver. We will stop in the hotel right on the river bank so that we will be able to leave our bikes and have a nice evening walk along the river.
Day 17: Novosibirsk - Omsk, 645 km
This day we will have a day of motorcycle meditation. The road is straight, in excellent
condition and has minimal traffic. You can think about your inner world, think about topics that
there is not enough time to think about in the in the usual hectic life. And enjoy the beautiful
views, of course. We will have a lunch on a picturesque lake and a field where we can ride
Enduro style, and then just lie under the birches on the grass.

In Omsk, we will stay in a hotel- castle which will take us back to the times of the Middle Ages, where you can feel like a knight, resting during a hike.
Day 18: Omsk - Tyumen, 675 km
We will go to the beautiful lakes with original villages, where you will be able to have a great
time, chat with the locals, drink fresh milk and ride along unpaved roads. Today's mid-point is
Ishim, a small provincial town with a pretty promenade and an amusement park. Next we are going to Tyumen, staying in an amazing art-hotel and having an opportunity to walk through the river bank and bridge of amorous.
Day 19: Tyumen – Irbit - Ekaterinburg, 400 km
We will go to Irbit, motherland of Russian motorcycles Ural. We will visit a motorcycles
factory, a museum and take a test drive of Ural motorcycles with sidecars. That will be a thrilling
experience. After that we will enjoy landscapes of Yekaterinburg from the height of 186 meters an take a walk in the historic center. We will have an amazing national dinner in the Ural restaurant.
Day 20: Ekaterinburg - Kungur, 420 km
This day we are going to cross the borderline between Asia and Europe and will take photos near the monument "Europe-Asia".

Next is Kungur- right after arriving we will visit Kungur Ice Cave. In the evening we can ride to an abandoned cemetery of old locomotives or a cute waterfall- "Plakun" while driving through the dirt road (~20km) where you will be able to enjoy a swim in the river.
Day 21: Kungur - Izvhevsk, 360 km
This day we continue enjoying the Ural Mountains. We will ride along the beautiful secondary roads, taking a rest and a lunch on the bank of a reservoir.

We will reach Izvhevsk on this day. It is a place where famous AK-47s (Kalashnikov rifle) are being produced. We will visit an armory museum and shooting range where you will be able to try shooting from AK-47s and other guns.

After this we will go to the wooden house style hotel where you will be able to try delicious regional food and sauna!
Day 22: Izvhevsk - Kazan, 380 km
With a good secondary road and a small off road segment (~20km) we will reach Kazan. Kazan is a very cozy and modern city with a very beautiful Kremlin (Russia's second largest Kremlin after Moscow) and a legendary mosque. In the evening we will have a delicious dinner with local food.
Day 23: Kazan - Nizhny Novgorod, 480 km
We will go to a cool open-air ethnomuseum in Kozmodemyansk. Then we'll cross the Volga
River by ferry and we will ride through the Northern border of the Kerzhenskiy state nature reserve. Magnificent places and birches are going to get replaced by coniferous trees.

And in the evening we will reach Nizhny Novgorod - a beautiful and well-groomed city.

In Nizhny Novgorod we will spend some time walking along the Volga embankment and visit Novgorod Kremlin.
Day 24: Nizhny Novgorod – Moscow!!! 570 km
We are using fascinatingly attractive roads and we are stopping in Suzdal (one of the most beautiful cities of the Golden ring). There will be some free time for walking and lunch.

We are in Moscow!!! Congrats!!!

In the evening we will ride to the Red Square to take photos as the ending of our tour!
Days 25 & 26: Rest day in Moscow. Departure home
Walking sight-seeing tour around Moscow: Kremlin, Red Square, GUM, subway and photoshoot with Stepan the real bear.
Trans-Siberian Marathon Dates
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Moscow—Vladivostok
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Moscow—Vladivostok
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Moscow—Vladivostok
Vladivostok—Moscow
Moscow—Vladivostok
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Our aim is to create a personalized experience for your safe, thrilling & unforgettable Adventure!
Accommodation:
Accommodation in various Selected Hotels: Art-Hotels, Boutique-Hotels, Forest Cabins, Traditional Russian Lodgings, Eco-Hotels.
Food & Catering:
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner in restaurants with various cuisine styles for your unforgettable gastronomic experience (Russian, Tatar, Siberian, Asian, Seafood).
Sightseeing:
Excursions with locals, Photoshoot with a Real Bear, Try AK-47s in Action, Test ride of Ural motorcycles with sidecars, Boat, Off-Road or Horse trips, Russian Sauna...
Assistance & Support:
Gasoline; Comprehensive vehicle insurance; Luggage Storage; Visa Assistance; English-Speaking Guide; Support vehicle (for 5+ groups).
✖️ Service not included: Air ticket, medical insurance, motorcycle gear, personal spending, GPS (+€150), tips
Bike rental deposit (1000-2000 EUR depending on the bike model)

Special option for European riders who want to ride their own bikes.
You can start your guided tour right in Europe!

Special option for European riders who want to ride their own bikes:

You can ship your bike from Germany by ferry (it's about 22 hours and from 120 euros per person with a motorcycle) to Klaipeda / Liepaja / Riga where your guided tour will start 3 days earlier. The guide will meet you in any of these cities where ferries come (Klaipeda / Liepaja / Riga). Then you will go to Moscow together.

1st extra day: Klaipeda - Liepaja - Riga, 320 km
2nd extra day: Riga - Crossing the Russian border - Velikiye Luki, 460 km
3rd extra day: Velikiye Luki - Moscow, 500 km

Price for extra option: 1000 euros.

Price includes: 3 extra nights (Riga, Velikiye Luki, Moscow), breakfasts, lunches and dinners, petrol, English-Speaking guide on a bike.

After what from Vladivostok we can arrange the delivery of your motorcycle by train to Moscow in 12 days costing 400 euros or by ferry to Europe in about 2 months costing 2000 euros.
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About Yuri Kalika, Founder
About Yuri Kalika, Founder

My name is Yuri Kalika. Now I am 33 years old and I adore my life. I have a beautiful wife, a wonderful daughter and a super project Uventure.

I will tell you a little about my path:
Having worked one year after the university as a manager in a construction company, I realized that I was traped within the framework of an employee and I decided to create my own construction company. Since 2009, I became the founder of KARUS-Stroy LLC (www.karus-stroy.com), and the first 5 years were very exciting - the company had been doubling the turnover and profit every year. It was very interesting in the beginning and I grew up very much in this company as a person. However, after 5 years, I realized that these tasks became as a routine for me. The company was developing successfully, but I felt that I was no longer growing in it, I was bored. At that time I had already secured myself with a big house and great cars. And I began to simultaneously discover new directions - online coaching (www.business.ukalika.com), environmental certification (www.z-of.ru). I looked at how things are arranged in politics - became an assistant to the deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation (www.ukalika.com). But all this was somehow not my cup of tea. It brought me money, but did not bring joy. And I sold out all my business assets. I decided that I would do only what I really love, even if it does not bring a lot of money.

So what do I love the most?

1. Motorcycles. They give inexpressible feelings of freedom and adventure, feelings that you live a real life.
2. Nature. What can be more beautiful than forests, mountains, rivers and stunning panoramic views? I have been adoring nature since high school and even have been a Greenpeace volunteer for 16 years.
3. Travelling. Exploring new places, nature, cities, countries and cultures. All of this this fills my life with happiness. This is how the Uventure project was born ...

I realized that I don't want to put up some ambitious business plans as before, such as having 200 motorcycles in a garage in 5 years or organizing 100 tours around the world. I decided that the main value of this project will be the pleasure and emotions of my new friends who will join me in a group and custom tours. Traveling with me you will find the maximum possible freedom of the group tour and a personalized approach, so that you feel welcomed, as if you came to your best friend, and not just become another client in a huge bureaucratic mechanism. I will be very happy to show you Russia in all of its diversity.
FAQ
How to get a Russian visa?
Residents of these countries do not need a visa: Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Serbia, Venezuela, Guatemala, Chile, Israel, SA, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Nicaragua, Peru, Salvador, Uruguay, Fiji, Honduras, South Korea, Mauritius, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cuba, Macao, Montenegro, Mozambique, Serbia, Thailand, Ecuador, Mongolia, Seychelles, Brunei, Hong Kong.

But other foreigners need a visa to enter Russia. Standard tourist visa is 30 days long, can be single or double entry. If you need more that 30 days for your trip most common way is to apply for business visa, it can be 90 days, 180 days, 365 days and even 3-5 years, single, double or multi entrance as well.

A Russian visa is an official stamp which is placed in your passport at the Russian Consulate. In order to apply for a Russian tourist visa, you will first need to obtain an official Russian visa invitation from a licensed Russian travel company (we will provide it to you).

Documents required to apply for a Russian visa:
- Official Russian visa invitation (also called visa voucher). We do this.
- Filled out and printed Russian visa application form. The form must be filled out on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs: https://visa.kdmid.ru/PetitionChoice.aspx
* Please note: be careful when filling out your form and provide as much information as possible.
- Original passport, must be valid 6 months after arrival from Russia. Must have at least 2 consecutive empty pages for the visa stamp
- 2 passport-size photos (photo size: 2 x 2 inches for US or 3.5 x 4.5 cm for Australia, Europe and Canada; photos must be recent and taken against a white background)
- Medical insurance policy

Standard visa application process by the Consulate.
Usually it takes up to 2 weeks for the Consulate to process your documents and issue your visa. If you need it urgently the procedure can be expedited for extra charge.
Processing time and consular fees may vary from country to country. The ideal time to start your visa procedure is 2-3 months prior to departure.
How can I ship my bike after the Trans-Siberian Marathon from Russia?
We have 4 options how to do it from Vladivostok:
1. We can ship your bike to Moscow by cargo train. It takes 12 days and costs approximately 450 euros. Either option is to choose a speed delivery by speed cargo train to Moscow, it takes 8 days and costs ~750 euros. And the same conditions of shipping from Moscow to Vladivostok.
2. Shipping by plane to Moscow, it takes 1-2 days and costs around 1250-1500 euros.
3. By ferry to Europe (Rotterdam, Hamburg...), Japan, South Korea, Canada, Australia, Malaysia, etc. The delivery time is from 1 month and costs around 1200 euros depending on the distance to your country.
4. Shipping by ferry to Seoul (South Korea) and then by plane to your country. It will arrive to Europe in about 10 days. The cost depends on the city of delivery.

You cannot use a train or a truck to send a motorcycle to Russia. There is a law in Russia that the owner must be on the board. Although, it can be done by a ship or a plane.

For example:
You ship your motorcycle by ferry to Vladivostok. When you receive a motorcycle in Vladivostok, you must personally be in the port of the city. After what we go to Moscow. Then we ship your motorcycle by train to Vladivostok, and you fly home from Moscow. After that our transport company ships your motorcycle by ferry to your country (your presence in Vladivostok is not required).

If you ride to Moscow on your bike, we can meet you at the border. If you need any of this support - write to me: yuri@uventure.tours
How many people are usually in the group?
The average size of our groups is 5-10 people. In such small groups, we can take into account your personal wishes.
Do we use highways or secondary roads?
We always use secondary roads whenever and wherever is possible. Riding on a highways is very boring. For our routes, we always choose the best balance between the road surface quality, beauty of the surrounding nature and the presence of interesting places.
Do I have to stay with the group all the time?
No, you don't have to :) We understand that each rider has a different dream trip. Some love riding in a group, while others prefer venturing off on their own to explore the open road. If you are going to head out solo or in a small group, please be sure to let your Tour Leader know so that he can assist you with a route and give you place to meet later in the day.
What types of hotels can we stay at during a guided tour?
We always choose a nice mix if luxury, nature, and fun, focusing on the properties of the region we are riding in. We organize accommodation in various types of hotels, such as art-hotels, forest eco-hotels, traditional Russian lodgings and country hotels.
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Phone: +7 925 589 83 00
E-mail: booking@uventure.tours


Registration number in the Federal tourism Agency (Ministry of tourism) is РTO 020682

51, NP Bunkovo, Istrinskiy district, Moscow region, Russia