4x4 tours

PeruMotors SRL began in 2004 as a small-scale motorcycle tour company by and for motorbike enthusiasts. Today, PeruMotors is one of the leading motorcycle tour operators in South America. And Peru’s largest BMW motorbike rental company.

In 2010, PeruMotors became an ‘Official partner of BMW Motorrad.’ We are specialized in (self-) guided motorcycle tours, (self-) guided 4×4 tours and motorcycle rentals.



Besides our own activities, we provide our services to a number of specialized motorcycle tour operators from all over the world: USA, Canada, the Netherlands, Austria, Brazil, Australia and New Zealand.Most of our tours visit Peru and Bolivia, some also Argentina and Chile. And sometimes we go to the USA, Canada, Mexico and Europe for a very special tour.

The 2 founders (Lars Caldenhoven & Geert Boeder) are still the professional motorcycle guides of PeruMotors.

Headquarters in Arequipa, southern Peru.
In 2019, PeruMotors had more than 350 motorcycle and 4×4 tourists as guests.

Contrary to what our name suggests, today we take you on guided tours in:

  • Peru
  • Bolivia
  • Chile
  • Argentina
  • Ecuador
  • USA
  • Canada
  • Mexico
  • Europe
  • New Zealand

Founders of PeruMotors

Geert Boeder & Lars Caldenhoven


  • 3 Professional (motorbike) guides
  • 2 Full-time motorbike mechanics
  • 1 Bookkeeper
  • 2 Freelance guides, and
  • 2 Freelance

Most of PeruMotors’ motorbike guides are fluent in Spanish, English, Dutch and (very) basic German.

Personnel of PeruMotors

Eduardo Molina (top photo right)
Works as a tour guide on motorbikes and as a driver/mechanic on tours)

Carlos Carpio (first from left)
Our chief mechanic

Mauricio Torreblanca (third from right)

Marisa Martinez (third from left)

Edi Moscoso (second from right)
Edi has been our well-known freelance mechanic/driver on tours for many years.

Diedrik van Vlaenderen (second from left)
Diedrik is our favourite Belgian. A freelancer for many years, he has worked for PeruMotors as a tour guide on motorbikes, as well as a mechanic/driver.

Jonathan Calle (fourth from left)
Jonathan works for us when we are busy. Let’s hope we will see him very often.