Tours on 2 Wheels Cookie Compliance Policies


A cookie is a small piece of information that is placed on your computer when you visit a website.
We use cookies to:

  • Remember you when you visit our website so we can keep track of which pages you visit and which search terms you may use.
  • Different users can have different access privileges, so we use them to remember which pages you can visit, and which ones you have to sign in to view.
  • For online shops we use them to keep track of your shopping cart contents and delivery details.

Most browsers allow you to turn off cookies. To do this look at the “help” menu on your browser. Switching off cookies may restrict your use of the website and/or delay or affect the way in which it operates.

We don’t sell the information collected by cookies, nor do we disclose the information to third parties, except where required by law.

Third party cookies

Third party cookies are not widely used on our website. However, Google Analytics and social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook may use cookies to identify you on those pages that use these features.

Cookies commonly used on our website

Cookie NamePurpose
Cookies common to all web pages on our site
These cookies expire when a session ends, i.e. when you close your browser.
aspsessionidWhen you first visit a website, your browser will create a new session cookie which is used to identify you as a user between page loads.
VisitorIDThis is an automatically generated ID number which is used to count the number of pages visited by the user on a particular website.
Cat_IDThis identifies which page of the website you are on, and is used to populate the page with appropriate content from the database.
Cat_ID_NavThis identifies which page of the website you are on within the navigation structure of the website. It is used to control such things as button colours in the navigation bar.
ThisNav and ClickNavThese cookies are used to store a ‘crumb line’ of previously visited pages so that the user can see where they are within the navigation structure of the website.
arrSIDThis is used to store a querystring as a cookie. A querystring is a piece of code that appears in the address bar and is deleted when a new page is loaded. This cookie allows querystring information to be passed across multiple pages.
PageNoThis records the Cat_ID of our websites home page. It is used in conjunction with the arrSID cookie to store a querystring.
Cookies used to control visitor access privileges
These cookies expire either when a session ends, or within 24 hours, whichever is the sooner.
VisitorML_IDThis is the ID number of a user that has page access privileges on the website.
VisitorAccessThis cookie is used to determine which pages a user can and cannot view.
VisitorUsernameUsed in conjunction with the VisitorLogin cookie. These cookies determine whether or not a user can view page content or are redirected to a login page.
VisitorLoginUsed in conjunction with the cookie above.
VisitorEmailThis is the email address of a user that has registered with the website. It is often the same as the VisitorUsername cookie. This is also the email address that would be used to send email newsletters if the user has opted in to receive them.
VisitorNameThis is the name of a user that has registered with the website. It can be used to display personalised messages on web pages.
VisitorAdminThis cookie determines whether or not a user has access to our websites administration section.
Cookies specific to online shops
Most of these cookies hold a users purchase information until such time as it is written to the database. They expire when a session ends, or are deleted when the order is complete.
ClientNameThis cookie records the name of the recipient of the order.
ClientEmailThis cookie records the email to which order acknowledgements will be sent.
ClientAddressThis cookie records the shipping address for the order.
OrderDetailsThis cookie records what the client has ordered
CatCartIDThis cookie records the ID number of the order.
postageoptionThis cookie is used to calculate postage charges depending on the shipping address.