Paul Riley is a passionate motorcycle rider who has worked as one of Sydney, Australia’s first Motorcycle Paramedics. Surviving Sydney’s chaotic traffic on an emergency motorcycle is a challenge in itself. He also worked as an EMT-Paramedic, Paramedic Educator, Rescue Officer for 19 years. He was Ambulance Officer of the year in 1990 and was assigned to help Bill Clinton when in Australia in 1997. After that, he worked as a Road Safety Project Manager prior to commencing his own business in 2011.
Seeing a need to help others survive the roads through improving riding skills, Paul now provides riders with enhanced riding skills. A natural extension of this has been organising tours for riders who love the experience of motorcycles and wish to explore this great country on this mode of transport. Because of the vastness of Australia, Paul has lead groups on many tours from simple day rides to 8,000 kilometre (5,000 mile) treks across the country exploring all that a country similar in land mass to the USA, but with only 22 million people, can offer.
Paul’s experience as a mechanic helps to complete the package for riders so they are assured of receiving multiple facets to each ride. The main benefits offered are riders receive not only a great holiday but also instruction on riding, motorcycle maintenance, and crash scene management along the way.