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5 Moroccan Rollaz moments you may have missed

Six pals, over 1000 kilometres, £38,735.51 raised for CALM.

That’s right, the Moroccan Rollaz – aka Nick, Jacob, Carlos, George, Jorge and Mark – are back from their incredible journey across the Sahara Desert on monkeybikes, and they’ve raised a phenomenal amount of cash for CALM.

Join us in taking a look back at some Moroccan Rollaz moments you may have missed…

1. Ahead of the challenge, we met the lads to ask all the big questions and to see how the prep was going

Who will pack the most stuff? Who’s in charge of the map? Just how will you medicate those chafed arses?


2. The Rollaz dig out the denim jackets and get on their way

‘Cos you gotta look good when riding across Morocco on a monkeybike, Right?


3. Who needs two wheels when you can have one?!

Perhaps not the safest practice, but very cool…


4. Those beautiful views though…

Of course we mean the lads AND the scenery.


5. Let’s take a moment to celebrate those trusty, tiny monkeybikes!

They got ’em there in the end!

Everyone at CALM wants to pass a massive thanks and well done on to the lads. You can follow the full journey on the Moroccan Rollaz Instagram page.

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