2018 Events & Tours
Atlas to Sahara
Our 2018 tour dossier will be available shortly, however we are already adding names onto a list to give some priority. Do let us know if you're interested.
The tour will run from Saturday 13th October until Monday 22nd October 2018.
It will be similar to our tour last year, however with more MTB cycling in wild and remote locations.
For Velo Vintage, just click the image above and be transported to a curious, traditional website, where we take time to cycle, take tea, converse and dress with style.
The next event is on Saturday 30th June 2018
with a little après event on
Sunday 1st July 2018
on the Jurassic Coast, in Seaton, Devon.
Feedback on Morocco
“I would also like to take this opportunity to thank you so very much for the special trip it was so special for me and the friendship with the group was so warm. Your Velo ventures business has so much to offer to everybody who wants a special experience, for me it worked over and above everything I have ever seen before. All in all the team sorted by Velo ventures was very impressive”.
Mr D from Yorkshire
“I would just to say a big thank you for last week. Your input made it truly memorable”.
Mr A from Yorkshire
“I have just got back after a week mountain biking in Morocco with Velo Ventures. I am shattered to the core, covered in bruises; I smell of fire and am really content for the first time in a while. I have been trying to work out how to convey what I experienced but the whole point is that it has to be experienced, no matter how articulate I am or how many photographs I post it won’t truly do it justice. There are so many moments that I could tell you about, some moments that I will probably forget, but what I won’t forget is the impression that the country, the experiences and the group that I shared it with has left on me”.
Miss M from London, taken from her blog.
“Meeting the people really made the difference to me. It was a real privilege to be greeted with such open arms by the locals and pure joy to see all the smiling happy faces of the local children as they followed us on our way through their villages”.
Mr M of Devon