Warwick Snow had a dream to make people happy. 


Operating from Nelson/Tasman  in the north west  of New Zealand's South Island, Tasman Bay Sidecar Tours   offers a unique way of experiencing this regions flora and fauna,award winning artisan breweries,vineyards and crafts, interrupted only by un-matched photo opportunities and some of the worlds best motorcycling highways 

I drive the bike, you and one other sit in the sidecar, soaking in the sights and sounds (and smells) of this beautiful and diverse region.  Avoiding only the wettest and coldest days, we operate  year round and have  seasonal tours that pop up. (The Autumn colours of the Motueka Valley road are truly spectacular).  Updates on our Website, Instagram & Facebook page will keep you informed so stay connected! 

We will work together to create custom-tailored packages of any kind. We can even attach a 2 bike mountain bike rack and take you to the top of the dozens of Bike tracks in this area and pick you up at the bottom  - Please don't hesitate to speak with us about your special bucket list request and we'll see what we can do for you.

CALL or EMAIL TODAY to organise your unique experience that you will never forget!

YOUR SAFETY is so very important

TASMAN BAY SIDECAR TOURS is a Full Public Liability Insured Company owned and operated by Warwick Snow .Born  in Nelson sometime last century,and schooled here until joining the RNZAF as an Aircraft Technician.

 I have always been involved with motorcycles, As a child ,riding around friends paddocks.road and trail riding for pleasure, circuit racing , and  employed as a motorcycle courier in London on my 'OE'

Later while living in Perth WA I spent the best part of 5 years with Star Rider, at the time WA's largest Motorcycle Training Facility, where I became Head Instructor. This position opened  doors to me to improve my riding including Stay Upright Instructor Courses and a Motorcycle Safety Course conducted by the Top Instructor for the West Australian Police Motorcycle Branch. This included elements of the pursuit course especially the observational techniques used by their front line officers to keep themselves as safe as possible.