D-Day Normandy 75th Anniversary Tour

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Normandy landings

The Normandy landings on June 6th 1944 (termed D-Day) were part of the allied invasion of Normandy in Operation Overlord during World War II. The largest seaborne invasion in history, the operation began the liberation of German – occupied north – Western Europe from Nazi control, and contributed to the allied victory on the Western Front.

This eight day tour will provide both the riders and our wounded, injured and sick servicemen and servicewomen with a great insight into the history of D-Day. We set up camp at an award winning  5* campsite on Utah Beach. High standard amenities including hot showers, swimming pools both indoor and out, bar, restaurant and mini market for your convince. Tents will be ready to use upon arrival and three meals a day are freshly prepared.

We will be visiting the beaches, museums and attractions to take you back in time to the events of the 6th June 1944.

D-Day Normandy 75th Anniversary Tour

1st June to 8th June 2019

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D-Day Normandy Challenge
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by Tim on D-Day Normandy Challenge
D-Day Normandy Challenge

This was my first time with BTFTW and was a great experience, the team were very supportive and the oither veterans were great, the sites we saw were really interesting, great people, well worth it for Veterans like myself and owners to take us on their bikes.

by Peter M on D-Day Normandy Challenge

Travelled to Normandy by ferry was very apprehensive but the team supported me though my time away. The guys who were my riders we fantastic. I felt very safe on the motorcycle as we rode down the country lanes in Normandy. As an injured veteran this was a great experience, I was taken out of comfort zone and it was worth every minute to feel alive again.