The ride went smoothly, without big adventures, under the police eye in wild campsites. The weather was colder than expected, in particular on first days in the Rif Mountains when strong wind gusts with showers tried to blow us off the road. After such “an African surprise” the weather stabilised, and we could peacefully enjoy the pictorial landscapes of green flowering slopes, the endless Atlantic beaches and waves roar, the gardens of endemic argan trees, and arguably the true-life in hundreds years old medinas.
The first BaltiCCycle ride in Africa attracted 33 participants: 20 Lithuanians, 9 Poles, 3 Germans, and 1 Scottish. We had 23 men and 10 women. 21 participant made the whole distance – 1245 km.