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PAMIR HIGHWAY

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KAZAKHSTAN - UZBEKISTAN - TAJIKISTAN - KYRGYZSTAN / JULY 2019

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THE ROAD TO BALI

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SUMATRA, JAVA & BALI / SEP 2018

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THE ATLAS RALLY

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SPAIN & MOROCCO / MARCH 2018

 

ROARRallies
classic rallies & motoring adventures

We have been running classic car rallies since 1999 in some of the most exciting locations on the planet. We have run classic rallies spanning 30 countries, and are always on the look out for the next great drive. Our rallies are first and foremost about enjoying great driving in the company of good friends. Often challenging but immensely rewarding.

Upcoming Rallies

The Atlas Rally
Seville-Marrakesh-Seville / MAR 2018
Spain & Morocco

From Seville we cross the Strait of Gibraltar and spend fourteen days wending our way through the ever-changing landscape of the Atlas Mountains and on to a land of immense dunes, lush palmeries and oases, stark red earth, and snowy alpine peaks.

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The Road to Bali
Medan to Denpasar / SEP 2018
Sumatra, Java & Bali

Join us on a drive across the magical islands of Sumatra & Java, finishing on the paradise that is Bali. 30 days of adventurous driving and exquisite hotels in the company of like-minded classic car enthusiasts.

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Dubrovnik-Athens
Croatia, Bosnia, Montenegro, Kosovo, Macedonia, Albania, & Greece / OCT 2018

How many people do you know that have visited Kosovo? Macedonia? Probably very few! The motivation for this event was to tie together parts of the former-Yugoslavia that would likely be new territory for participants.

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3rd Jewel of India
Rajasthan – Udaipur to Delhi through Jodhpur, Jaisalmir, & Agra / JAN 2019

 

“Fantastic and a great adventure. The route was always interesting and at times breathtakingly beautiful. The mechanical support was the best we have encountered on any of our classic road trips.”

~ Rob & Carole Brown
Venice Monaco 2017

Why Go With Us?

 

  • We have been successfully running classic rallies since 1999. Over the years we have covered 30 countries and developed a reputation for creating quality, well-researched and unique events.
  • Our rallies are fully supported by our experienced classic rally mechanics who will endeavour to keep you motoring on to the finish line. Limiting the number of entrants to our events means our mechanics can spend longer with your car should it require their attention.
  • We are committed to keeping the number of entrants to an absolute minimum. This means small, intimate rallies with a greater sense of camaraderie. This allows us to provide a more personal experience and a higher level of service.
  • We invest considerable time on route surveys scouting out the very best driving roads to be had. Where possible we always opt for quiet little back-roads instead of highways.
  • We provide SPOT satellite trackers to all participants. These little devices automatically transmit to the support crew and enable us to monitor the real-time location of all participants – invaluable in the event of an incident or break-down.
  • The rally routes are all pre-programmed into GPS units for ease of navigation. We now also make it possible for you to navigate using your tablet or smartphone.

Join Us

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An afternoon with the MG & Alfa

Past Rallies

Classic India
Delhi to Delhi / 2013
India

Fifteen cars flagged off from the glorious Imperial hotel in Delhi and spent thirty days exploring the magnificent forts, palaces and landscape of Rajasthan and Gujurat.

Patagonia
Buenos Aires to Santiago / 2010
Argentina & Chile

9000 km of adventure via the beautiful island of Tierra del Fuego and the most southerly city in the world – Ushuaia. The rally drove Argentina’s most iconic road, the Ruta Cuarenta

Alpaca Rally
Cartagena to Lima / 2016
Colombia, Ecuador & Peru

9 cars took part in this epic motoring adventure, covering over 8000km from the Colombian rainforest down to the windswept Peruvian highlands and their formidable 4000m+ passes.