Our Team

We are Mythical Routes, an Adventure Motorcycle Tour Operator, located in Glyfada/Athens, Greece. We are organizing motorcycle Expeditions that connect the most important archeological sites with each-other, giving emphasis on the riding experience. Our Adventures are gravel oriented on large displacement motorcycles and showcase the beauty and the hidden historical facts of the Ancient Hellenic World with the broader geographical meaning of the term.

Our belief is that only when you ride with a local you can see the true face of this country

In our Expeditions, you are always accompanied by one of our highly skilled Tour Guides and can be provided with a 4×4 Support Vehicle if required. When you visit Greece without your motorcycle, you can always Rent A Ride from us, fully prepared with everything needed to join our Mythical Expeditions.



Angelo Baltoyannis | MSc Architect, Urban Planner and Tour Leader (CEO)

Angelo has studied Architecture in Rome, Italy (Sapienza Università) and graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the National Technical University of Greece (NTUA). He has done postgraduate studies in Planning and Bioclimatic Architecture. Since 2003 he was professionally engaged in many established architectural/construction offices and in 2010 he co-founded ArchiCulture, an architectural office in Glyfada, Greece.
Alongside with his work, the passion for the adventure and motorcycling has been constant for the last 20 years. He has traveled all around Europe, participated in many national Trail Rides and co-hosted multiple non-profit Adventure and Off-road rides, like the March Moto Madness Worldwide Adventure Rally Greece and the Adventure Rider Rally Greece.
Last, from 2016 he is a KLiM & Enduristan Ambassador and being very passionate about adventure motorcycles, is engaged as an Adventure Event Planner and Historical Tour Guide for Mythical Routes.

Read more about the life and work of Angelo here

Paris Baltoyannis | Landscape Architect and Tour Leader (CFO)

Paris graduated from the Technological Educational Institute of Epirus, Greece (TEI of Epirus) as a Landscape Architect and from the Technological Educational Institute of Athens, Greece (TEI of Athens) as an Interior Designer. He has done postgraduate studies in the Accademia Albertina delle Belle Arti in Turin, Italy in Decoration and Scenography. In 2004-2005 he was occupied in the Environmental Administration of Municipality of Voula, Greece and then co-founded ArchiCulture in Glyfada, Greece.
Alongside with his work, the passion for the adventure and motorcycling has been constant for the last 15 years. He has traveled in many countries, participated in many national Trail Rides and co-hosted multiple non-profit Adventure and Off-road rides, like the March Moto Madness Worldwide Adventure Rally Greece and the Adventure Rider Rally Greece.
Last, from 2016 he is a KLiM & Enduristan Ambassador and being very passionate about adventure motorcycles, is engaged as an Adventure Event Planner and Off-Road Tour Guide for Mythical Routes.

Read more about the life and work of Paris here

tour guides and Staff

Vasilis Boudros | BMW Motorrad Instructor (IIA) and Tour Guide

Vasilis is serious Rally Expert with many National and Balkan Rally wins in the last decade. He is also a serious enduro rider, always searching for new trails and owner of the Enduro Training and Touring company Enduro Greece.

In 2019 Vasilis got an official partnership with BMW Motorrad Hellas and is an official BMW Motorrad Academy (IIA) Instructor and part of our New Riders training program. This way we can train any newcomer to the adventure motorcycle community and guarantee that he has obtained all the basic necessary skills to participate in our Adventure Tours.


Konstantinos Tsigaras | Interior Design Architect and Tour Guide

Konstantinos has studied interior architecture and graphics design at the Middlesex University and is currently working in the field of consulting and real estate. Konstantinos is a real motorcycle enthusiast and has worked as a tour guide assistant for Most Wanted Warehouse | Klim Greece for the last four years.

He is a communications asset, speaking Czech, English, Greek and Russian and is always willing to help in any way. He is definitely an indispensable part of any motorcycle adventure.

You can check out his LinkedIn profile here

Ioanna Biziota | MSc Psychologist and Communications Manager

Ioanna studied psychology at Bedfordshire University and completed a Masters Degree in the Metropolitan University of London. She obtained a certificate of professional competence in 2003 and since then she has worked for several multinational companies in Greece in the department of communications and public relations.

From 2016 she has been actively involved in the KMOP “Live Without Bullying” project that aims at preventing and combating school and cyberbullying.

From 2018 Ioanna has been a great contributor to our team, undertaking the task of communications, since we are spending more and more time freeriding the mountains of Greece.

You can check out her web page here

Thanasis Giortsios | Safety Expert and Support 4×4

Thanasis is our Safety Expert and 4×4 support vehicle driver and is always on our side when vehicle support is required. His long experience in 4×4s and cheerful character make him an indispensable part of longer expeditions.

Thanassis is also responsible for all camp-preparations. Builds the fire, secures the tents and preps the dinner. His skills do not end there! He is an enthusiast photographer as well, always willing to try something new just for that killer shot.

You can check his Instagram page here


Scientific Contributors

George Baltoyannis | Architect, Researcher and Historical Author

cv_georgeGeorge studied and graduated in the faculty of Architecture in Rome, Italy (Sapienza Università) and took part in many exhibitions (Margutta – San Luca – Artecom – Palazzo Delle Esposizioni etc.). He returned to Athens in 1970 and dealt with architecture as a freelancer and at the same time as an employee in succession at the Greek Ministry of Defense (Pentagon), National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) and the Autonomous Building Officers Organization (AOOA).

With more than 30 years of Historical research on the relation between Ancient Architecture and Ancient Religion, George is the writer of the Best Seller books:

  • Dionysus Revelation (ed. Aldebaran – Athens 1997)
  • Acropolis through the blue eyes of the goddess Athena (ed. Aldebaran – Athens 1998)
  • Sacred Architecture (ed. Esoptron – Athens 2002)
  • Holy Sacramental Journey to Greece (ed. Esoptron – Athens 2005)
  • Sacred Astronomy (ed. Esoptron – Athens 2008)

Read more about the life and work of George here

Stavros Triantafyllidis | Dr. Geologist and Lecturer at the NTUA University

cv_stavrosStavros is a Researcher and Lecturer at the NTUA – Greek National Technical University (School of Mining and Metallurgical Engineering). He will be adding a geological profile to all the mountains from which we will pass and provide GPS data information.

Stavros is also a rider, so he will be joining us for some field activities that will take him away from his work in the university.


Technical contributors

Dimitris Maris | Video Editor and Motion Graphics

cv_dimitrisDimitris has been a video editor for over fifteen years, with extensive experience in broadcast television, cinema and web projects. He has a high reputation for creativity, speed, and accuracy. His experience covers corporate and commercial videos to documentaries and news stories.

Dimitris is a street-oriented rider but is always willing to get his hands (or clothes) dirty.

You can check his work here


Alexander Ioannidis | Web Designer and Developer

cv_alexAlex is our Website Developer and the silent force behind the Mythical Routes website. We are constantly challenging him with new requirements of the MR website and he is always delivering!

Alex is a bicycle aficionado and a racer.

You can check out his work here

Mythical Partners

The Mythical Routes project has been welcomed and promoted by many established brands in the worldwide adventure community like KLIM, Enduristan, and AltRider.

Overland Journal – Winter 2017

Nikon Greece – Media 2018

Our adventures have been highlighted by overland magazines like the Overland Journal and by Nikon the most iconic brand in the photography industry.

KLIM (Teton Outfitters, LLC) is the global leader in designing, developing and manufacturing the most advanced motor sports apparel for the snowmobile and motorcycle rider. Utilizing the world’s highest technologies in waterproof, breathable, durable and comfortable materials, KLIM builds gear for the most demanding riders. Riders like us that want to focus on our ride, our photography, our adventure. Worrying about the elements is just another distraction. We want a riding experience without compromise.

KLIM has been one of our first supporters, right from the beginning when Mythical Routes was nothing more than an idea, a concept. KLIM is one of those brands that thrive in the challenge and eager to help when something this big comes up. In the last four years, we have extensively used all of the Badlands / Badlands Pro series and enjoyed each and every one of them. We have been putting KLIM gear to the test constantly over these last few years and crash tested them a couple of times. We have also used their legendary Adventure Rally suit and have been blown away be the protection and technology it incorporates. Our thoughts about all of these models are freely expressed in our Gear Reviews and new gear will be tested in the future, as we keep getting impressed by how much this gear can take.

Enduristan GmbH was founded in 2008 by Christoph von Ow, Isabel Jenni, and David Jenni. The company aims to design and produce innovative, high-quality products for individualists for the touring markets. As they say:

Enduristan can’t be found on any map, but when the daily grind is left behind, and the adventure begins, that’s when you realize that you are there. When we travel through Enduristan, the horizon is clear, the colours are more intense, life feels good and we are free.

As you can read in our article hard or soft luggage, we are not particularly fond of hard luggage when we ride mostly off-road and for good reasons. When we first talked to Christoph and David about our project, they were sure that it was a perfect match both for their passion and for their products. We have been abusing the Blizzard saddlebags for quite some time now and they have remained 100% weatherproof no matter what we do to them.

AltRider is a Seattle-based company manufacturing 100% American-made accessories and gear for adventure touring motorcycles. Being riders themselves, the AltRider team expects performance and value from the products they use. Each AltRider protection part functions well, looks good on your bike, and can truly stand up to brutal riding conditions. Adventure riding isn’t just a hobby for them, it’s a lifestyle. Their goal is to give us the freedom of adventure, by designing and manufacturing superior protection parts and soft luggage that are actually built for the ride.

We like testing every new upgrade before we use it in an expedition. Maybe with the R1200GS bash plate, we tried a bit harder. We use proper adventure bikes in our expeditions, so weight is usually above average. The heavier the motorcycle, the harder the impact, so we need our protections built tough. AltRider bash plates and crash bars have always withstood every abuse we might have given them. We are currently working with them on testing some serious protection on BMW’s brand new F850GS model, so you should be expecting some serious test-riding.

BMW Motorrad Vagianelis SA is the biggest BMW Motorrad dealer in Greece. Our relationship goes way back but starting January 2019 he is officially supporting our project. Both co-founders have been owners of many BMW motorcycles in the past (F850GS, R1200GS, R1200GSA, HP2 Enduro, R120G/A Unit Garage) and for this year we will be riding something more inclined to our needs.

You can rent from us a GS motorcycle and ride along our epic routes, always accompanied by one of our guides. Read more about your GS motorcycle renting options here:

Rent a Ride

Join the Spirit of GS with us!

Aurora Rally Equipment is a Greek-based company with a broad background in design and engineering, with a dedicated laboratory to test their equipment with specially designed rigs where they can create models out of different materials to simulate the real parts before we start manufacturing. Their aim is to develop and fabricate high-quality parts with the highest standards in rally racing. They will always use innovative technologies, materials, and solutions and match it with unparalleled design and quality.

When we explained to Dimitris Lasithiotakis, co-founder of Aurora Rally, about our project and the application of rally solutions in adventure traveling conditions, he was eager to give it a try. So we ended up building two rally motorcycles based on the famous for its off-road capabilities Husqvarna 701 enduro. The Mythical 701 RR proved to be up to the task and then some. We were happy to discover that the theory was correct. Any rally motorcycle, without a competition motor, can be a great adventure bike! It is light, tough and has superior fuel range. If you like traveling light, this is definitely the solution for you!

Nikon is the most iconic brand in the photography industry today. It is the brand most used by the landscape, wildlife and action photographers and our personal choice for the last 10-15 year. As you can read in our Nikon D850 post, we are currently working exclusively on Nikon cameras (D850, D750, D300S, D200) and Nikon FX Gold Ring lenses, both zoom, and prime.

In late 2018 we were truly honored to be featured by Nikon Greece and from 2019 we are planning on working closely together in many sub-projects, always under the Mythical Routes concept. In addition to that, we have started a new photographic collaboration, with Angelo having a dedicated Adventure Travel category in the Greek photography magazine iFocus.

Get ready for more!

Tour FAQs

What time of year can I do a Mythical Routes Adventure?

The best time for Adventure travel in Greece is between the months of May to December. The routes can be done between January and March, but snow-pack in the mountains may keep you from doing the entire route as planned. Always consider that the Greek summer (June to August) is very hot and you might experience extreme temperatures, up to 38-45 degrees Celsius.

How long does it take to ride each route?

Most people average 150-200 km a day on mixed back-country / off-road motorcycle routes. If you can ride 6 to 8 hours every day, then most routes would take 4 to 7 days to cover, with the exception of the Athenian Riviera tour (God of Atlantis), but it depends on road and weather conditions at the time.

What ancient Greek historical sites will we visit?

We are the most scientifically qualified and technically trained Motorcycle Adventure Travel Company in Greece. Our scientific team and Tour Guides are educated at least by a higher training institution and all of what we showcase is certified by public organizations like the University of Aquila in Italy and the University of Ioannina in Greece. Our cooperation with some departments of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) helps us built solid adventures based on facts and scientific knowledge.

In our Tours, we will be visiting all important Hellenic archeological sites, both famous Greek jewels, and well-hidden ancient secrets.

Furthermore, our staff and guides are photography professionals and/or enthusiasts, and we are working closely with Nikon Greece. So, if requested, photography workshops or photography projects can be planned.

How difficult is the route?

All our routes are designed with the average rider in mind, so there are no single-tracks. All routes can be ridden on any adventure and/or dual-sport motorcycle. Many of the tracks are in remote areas and reach a high elevation where road maintenance is minimal if non-existent. You can expect to cover sections of road with deep ruts, loose rocks, and other challenges. You may also encounter sections that have trees or branches over the road.

What motorcycle and tires should I use?

Any adventure or dual-sport motorcycle that is road registered, carries a license plate, runs DOT approved knobby tires, is capable of carrying luggage for all the gear you will need and has a fuel range of minimum 240 km between gas stops is suitable for our routes. Keep in mind that for the most part, Greece has rocky soil, so well maintained and properly set-up suspension is required. You might have to cross a small river with very rocky soil, so weight distribution is crucial.

Read about what is the best choise for you in our article Adventure Bikes.

If your motorcycle is not ready or suitable for our tours you can always Rent a Ride from us, and choose one from the awesome BMW GS range.

Rent a Ride

How far between gas stops?

A mileage of 200 km between refuels will get you covered in the majority of the routes, but carrying extra gas safely in Rotopax canisters is always recommended since you could deviate from the route because of extreme weather conditions.

Is there water on the route?

There are many water sources along the routes, but carrying extra water is necessary. A 3-Liter Hydration Pack will get you covered until the next water source. Some of these sources are marked on the route, but almost any running water found in Greece is suitable for drinking.

Do I have to camp?

As a general rule free-camping is not allowed in Greece, but the majority of the Greek Adventure Community is doing it. In each of our routes, we have suggestions for free-camping locations, for overnight stays in Mountain Refuges and Hotels. Hotels are always the default option, except if the client requests the one day “free-camping experience”.

Can I build a campfire?

Campfires generally speaking are not allowed but checking with local Ranger Stations to determine if they will allow it always helps. Forest fires are a real threat in Greece during summer periods and regulations that address this risk must be followed at all times.

Is there cell phone coverage along the routes?

Deep inside national forests or mountain ridges, there will be long sections with no cellular coverage at all. Getting near any of the many villages will help you get rather good reception. A satellite communication device is a good idea, as is a GPS Tracker device.

Where can I find the GPS tracks for each route?

GPS tracks for Mythical Routes Adventures will be provided the day before departure. Tracks are compatible with all modern Garmin devices.

What GPS should I use?

Any modern GPS unit capable of displaying a minimum of 500 points each is suitable for use. We are checking our tracks with handheld hiking Garmin models, but other GPS manufacturers may have units that will work fine.

Do I need paper maps when I have GPS tracks?

Bring a complete set of maps for the area you plan to ride is always a good idea when you choose to do a Self-Guided Tour. They have information about roads, water sources, mountain cabins, etc. and are an indispensable resource when the GPS device doesn’t work or is giving questionable routes. Unplanned events can occur and having paper/synthetic maps of the area can be a lifesaver.

Of course, there is no need for maps when you ride with one of our Tour Guides.

What about wild animals?

Greece is one of the safest countries concerning wild animals, with only a very small number of brown bears, wolves, and vipers. Also, 95% of snakes in Greece are completely harmless, but keep your distance just to be safe, since antivenom treatment is hard to find in remote areas. Safe food practices while camping is strongly advised.

Are your routes suitable for 4×4 vehicles?

Our routes, for the most part, are doable in ATVs and 4×4 vehicles with adequate tires and clearance. You must always keep in mind is that the trail conditions can change dramatically due to rain and flash floods which cause the roads to become difficult or even unpassable.

All of our Tours come with a leading Tour Guide rider and the possibility of a 4×4 Support Vehicle if required.

If you have any more questions, just contact us !

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There is no denying that Greece is truly blessed with majestic scenery and rich ancient history. One can only feel awe when witnessing a sunset by the Temple of Poseidon in Sounio, the Southernmost Cape of Attica. After all, according to the myth, when Theseus departed for Crete to return back to his father, he was supposed to put up white sails if he was successful in killing the Minotaur. However, when Theseus returned, he forgot these instructions. When Aegeus saw the black sails coming into Athens, mistaken in his belief that his son had been slain, he killed himself by jumping from that cliff in front of the temple of Poseidon into the sea which was therefore known as the Aegean Sea.

Witness that sunset in our God of Atlantis adventure

Thankfully Greece is also a motorcycle paradise! Our climate is mild and there is almost no probation for riding off-road in amazing routes. Our carefully planned Adventures connect the most important archeological sites with each-other, giving emphasis on the adventure experience while riding through the breathtaking scenery of long mountain ridges, hiking remote dragon lakes and sleeping under a million stars in isolated hi-planes.

While some say that nothing is better than exploring these lands on your trusted motorcycle, always accompanied by one of our highly skilled guides, this is not always possible. For the biggest part of riders shipping their own motorcycle in Greece for a week or two just doesn’t worth the effort. Should this stop you? Certainly not, since you can use one of our carefully prepared motorcycles!

All of our Adventure Motorcycle Guided Tours and Expeditions come with a leading Tour Guide rider and the possibility of a 4×4 Support Vehicle if required.

Our belief is that only when you ride with a local you can see the true face of this country. When you visit Greece without your motorcycle, you can always join our Expeditions with a BMW Motorrad motorcycle provided by us, fully prepared with everything it needs for a true adventure. We are partners with BMW Motorrad Vagianelis SA, one of the oldest BMW Motorrad dealer in Greece, so all of our motorcycles are carefully prepared and serviced with the highest standards and certifications available.



From 2019 we can provide the use of almost any BMW motorcycle from the GS range, like the versatile F850GS we are using as a Tour Leader motorcycle, the mighty R1200GS/GSA and by the end of season the brand new R1250GS, as part of our Adventure Motorcycle Guided Tours and Expeditions. The GS range is perfect for Greece’s rough terrain featuring a high loading capacity, ease of use and top of the line rider comfort.

We would never use or recommend a product that is not 100% adventure ready

All motorcycles can be equiped upon request with the OEM hard luggage system without any additional cost, or with the best possible luggage solution from Swiss-company Enduristan, like the Monsoon 3 saddlebags and the Pannier Toppers that give a combined 75lt of 100% weatherproof space for everything you might need and the 7lt Sandstorm tang bag for safe store of all your electronics. Further additions from the Enduristan product range can be made upon special request. For a complete list of all available luggage options for purchase or rent, please visit Most Wanted Warehouse | Enduristan in Greece.

When only the best is good enough, KLiM is the answer for us

Another exclusive that we offer to our clients, is the option to rent KLiM riding gear from us, or the possibility to buy brand new KLiM riding gear with special discounts. We take riding experience and protection very seriously and with our “Mythical Discount” you can return home with a real bargain! To check all available KLiM models valid for this great offer, please visit Most Wanted Warehouse | KLiM in Greece.

Packing List

Whether you’re about to ride from England to Africa, through the Alps in Europe, or just across your own country, getting ready for an adventure can be challenging. After many expeditions and trips, here are some tips we got that will get you started.

The main principle is Travel LIGHT

No one wants to be under prepared but you don’t want to be on a 400 kg adventure bike! Don’t ever forget that you will be picking up your motorcycle with all your gear attached to it. Furthermore, the more you carry the heaviest your bike will be, so when the going gets tough … it won’t be fun for you!

Keep your gear as minimal as you can

Another usual question is “where do I pack my things?“, so this gets translated into: HARD or SOFT Luggage? You can get some great info in this link and make up your mind. We will also explain the reasons that made us use exclusively Soft Luggage for our off-road tours.


These are the essential gadgets you will need to make your navigation and trip documentation easy. Carefully plan your post-production needs and try to think what are the shots you want to take back home.

  • Map holder/map case
  • GPS unit
  • Cell phone & charger
  • Camera & charger


Since the clothes make the traveler, remember the cardinal rules of adventure travel clothes: 1) No cotton (in the wilderness, cotton kills, since if it gets wet, you get colder; synthetics rule; wool is great, too); 2) Clothes you can layer; 4) Lots of pockets; and 5) Very few. Clothes take up the most space in your luggage, so don’t pack many. Just get used to doing a bit of laundry every few nights in a hotel sink.

  • Rain shell (when not using your Gore-Tex Riding Gear)
  • Riding socks (×2)
  • Base Layers for riding (shirt and pant)
  • Riding jersey
  • Casual pants/shorts
  • Swim suit
  • Flip flops/sandals
  • Fleece jacket
  • Underwear
  • Wool beanie
  • Ball cap
  • Socks

Riding Gear

The basic rule here is to be Waterproof, Breathable and Safe. So, Gore-Tex is the king here. It will let you breathe but it will always keep you dry. The is no worse Adventure Rider than a wet one! Safe-wise, enduro protection gear is very safe when you are talking about “braces” and not just plastic protective that is, you will not be comfortable enough for a 2-3 or more days Adventure ride. We prefer riding suits with integrated D3O protection in them. So the bottom line is: Gore-Tex + D3O + as many air-vents as possible is the ideal riding suit for adventure. Read more about Rider Micro Climate in our Blog.

  • Helmet
  • Riding Jacket (Gore-Tex with protection gear)
  • Riding Pants (GoreTex with protection gear
  • Boots (MX or ADV)
  • Goggles
  • Gloves (2 sets)
  • Hydration pack (minimum 3 liters)
  • Ear plugs


Don’t ever forget your personal hygiene stuff and all the necessary medication you might require. Shops are always a long ride from the mountain top.

  • Toiletries
  • Soap
  • Toothpaste, Toothbrush & Floss
  • Towel (microfiber Pack Towel)
  • Toilet paper
  • Bug spray
  • Pain reliever
  • Allergy meds
  • Wet Wipes
  • Sun Glasses
  • Money (credit cards & cash)

Camping Gear

Camping is a nice option to get as close to nature as possible. In Greece free-camping in a National Forest isn’t exactly legal, but it is a very common habit in the Greek Adventure community.

  • Sleeping bag
  • Pillow
  • Roll pad
  • Tent
  • Dry bags (2) for tent, sleeping pad & sleeping bag
  • Folding hand saw
  • Eating utensils
  • Lighter / waterproof matches
  • Can opener
  • Pots & pans
  • Coffee cup
  • Headlamp (2)
  • Kitchen set & spices
  • Stove & stove fuel bottle


Better safe than sorry! Remember that all motorcycle maintenance gear is rather heavy, so it is better to have is packed separately than the rest of your gear and as lower positioned as possible.

  • Engine oil
  • Clip-style master link
  • Fuses
  • Chain lube
  • Spare inner-tubes (even for tubeless tires)
  • Tire Levers (minimum 2)

Tools & Misc.

Don’t forget to pack all the little things that will make your life much easier.

  • Tool roll/tool set
  • Tire levers
  • Tire patch kit
  • Air pump
  • Tire gauge
  • Quicksteel
  • Leatherman tool
  • Swiss Army knife
  • Large inflation CO2 (for tubeless tires)
  • First Aid kit
  • Zip ties
  • Duct tape
  • Wire
  • Loctite
  • WD-40
  • Tow strap


Always bring something for the road. Mishaps are part of the Adventure, so you might get stuck in a place for much longer than you anticipated.

  • Energy bars
  • Other ingredients based on meal plan

Remember: Carry only the Gear you need, but don’t forget what is Important !

* Don’t forget to notify your bank that you will be traveling abroad so they don’t block your card. A load of extra hassle that can easily be avoided. Also print off a copy of your documents to keep the original safe from harm whilst riding.

Service Station

This is a list of Brand-specific service and repair shops that have earned our trust. We are not affiliated with any of these shops, but we have good personal experience from their services.


BMW Panagiotopoulos

Kanari 9, Pallini 15344, Greece

tel. +30 (210) 6046940


KTM ELIO Orange Point

Vouliagmenis Ave 89, Athens 11636, Greece

tel. +30 (210) 9029111


KTM Mimikos Motoshop

Aidipsou Nea Artaki Chalkida, Halkida 34100, Greece

tel. +30 (2221) 060438


KTM SEE Racing Center 500

Par. Leof. Vouliagmenis 500, Alimos 17456, Greece

tel. +30 (210)