We are lucky enough to be sponsored by a whole host of fantastic companies, without them we would never have even left London let alone reached Cape Town. Their support has been tremendous and we really appreciate it. Check out our sponsors below:
If you represent an organisation whose aims are in line with our own that would like to be involved in the expedition please contact us for information on ways to sponsor us.
We’d like to thank the following sponsors:
With over 80 high street stores in the UK and nearly 2,000 worldwide, Flight Centre’s expert travel consultants and customer service team are on hand seven days a week to provide the very best in global travel. As a travel agency specialising in flights, holidays and tailor-made jounets, we work with the world’s best airlines and tour operators, bringing you the greatest travel packages at the right price.
Kuishi na Kuishi
Kuishi na Kuishi is an agri startup that is creating a sustainable farm. The company aims to help Africa feed itself and the world. It’s also the new name of our scooter and sidecar! Kuishi na Kuishi is Swahili and literally translates to ‘live and live’ and means ‘enjoy your life’.
Lochinvar provide reliable hot water solutions for commercial and industrial applications in the UK. They also provided 65 London to Paris rally participants with t-shirts and car stickers to raise awareness of modern slavery in the UK.
Established in 2005, Gazeboshop has gone from strength to strength and is now one of Europe’s largest and most respected suppliers of pop up gazebos, instant shelters and mini marquees. Gazeboshop™ prides itself on having the highest quality manufactured gazebos, supported by great customer service, print and fast delivery.
An incredibly experienced team of survival experts who have helped us with our expedition planning.
Devitt have been arranging insurance for UK customers since 1936 and they’ll be insuring us for the Europe sections of our journey.
Charlie and Richard Prescott – absolutely could not have got the sidecar on the road without them. Quite literally! When we were looking for our Sidecar to be built we searched high and low for Sidecar manufactures and surprisingly they are in short supply. In stepped Charlie and Richard, they took on the challenge of building our one off never tried before Sidecar and have done an awesome job. Cheers Guys! Check out the BSA Otter web page to learn more.
Established in 1938, today the Ace has become “the home” for petrolheads and is known as the world´s most famous motor cafe. Ace have been supporting us with spreading our message throughout the motorcyclist community.
An amazing team of trainers who have taught us everything we know about riding motorbikes.