Name: Peter Gray
Position: Founder, Director and Guide of Wilderness Wheels Morocco
First bike ridden: BSA Bantam
Raised next to a farm in what used to be County Durham, I learned to ride on farmland and woodland from the age of 11 and graduated through various machinery to a Maico 250 twinshock and eventualy a Honda CR 500.
An apprenticed electrical fitter aged 16, I worked in Power Generation in the Republic of Ireland, Australia and the Falkland Islands.
Newly married, my wife and I decided to do something different for a few years before getting stuck in the mortgage trap. 20 years later, we feel settled and integrated into life in Morocco.
Name: Roddy Clarke
First bike ridden: PUCH 50cc scrambler
Growing up in the Scottish country side I had lots of opportunities to play around on bikes and generally be involved in outdoor pursuits, water skiing, mountain biking, snowboarding etc. After being introduced to some novice motor cross events I soon discovered enduros and Hare & Hound competitions ending up doing several seasons of racing at clubman level. I was fortunate enough to meet Peter and the Wilderness Wheels team and fell immediately in love with Morocco and the off-road tours.
Name: Nicolas Willemin
First bike ridden: Honda DTLC 125
I grew up in the Jura Mountains in Switzerland. As a child I was already dreaming of Africa, after completing a degree in mechanical engineering I was eventually able to start discovering Africa; most of it by bike including 3 trans African trips. I worked a wildlife safari guide in Southern Africa for 15 years and my other great passion apart from riding are paragliding, scuba diving and game watching I have been coming to Morocco for 19 years, and when I see a new track that I've never ridden before I have to try it! So I like to discover new places to go all the time. I met Peter on one of my tours of Morocco a couple of years back and after doing a trial tour with Wilderness Wheels am happy to come on board.
Name: Sam Handley
Position: Guide /Driver/Mechanic
First bike ridden: Honda CG 125
I was a fairly late starter when it comes to bikes; bought my first at 17, but have never looked back since. I'm very happy on or off road, and Morocco is great for either. I've been with Wilderness Wheels for 2 years now, and plan to stay working with bikes in Morocco for the foreseable future. I also plan to ride across the Empty Quarter in the Middle East where I grew up, but that plan is on hold due to the civil war!
Wilderness Wheels Morocco
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