Started 25 years ago, Moto Aventures continues to offer fully supported motorcycle adventure tours, on and off-road, in Morocco, South Africa, and Lesotho.
JohnnyMaroc as he is known in the bike world, was born in Tanzania. He worked for the 16 years prior to Moto Aventures in the oil-related diving business before biking solo from London to Cape Town. He has hyperbaric medical training and experience from his years working offshore as well as his Wilderness Medical Certificate, and safety on our tours is one of his main concerns. John is also responsible for track finding and checking, plotting the routes for the GPS and together with Su, setting up the logistics for our tours. He is a very experienced off-road rider.
Riding since the age of sixteen, Rob followed a career path into Graphic design and Art Direction with a bias for photography. He was poached from his London base to work for a publishing company in Cape Town in the late 90’s. His love of exploration and travel found a vast new home in Africa and, mainly on a motorcycle, has solo traveled extensively. Since 2012 he has been leading tours throughout southern Africa, added the role security officer to his professional skill-set, and is looking forward to adding Morocco to his operational roster. He lives with his wife Kathy in Cape Town.
Su has lived in Andorra for over 30 years and speaks English, Spanish, Catalan, and French fluently. She has considerable experience in tourism and PR, as well as having run her own estate agency and building company in Andorra before Moto Aventures began. Responsible for the admin and legal side of the company, finding and booking tour accommodation, etc., and generally making sure that all aspects of our tours run smoothly and efficiently. She organizes all the logistics and drives support for all BMW adventure biking tours, working in tandem with Rob.
from Great Britain, November 2019
"Five Days riding in Morocco. "
The GPS system on the bike is a game changer, gives you your direction of travel without having to stay in sight of your group.