Spain has developed into one of our favourite countries for driving. With super-quiet roads in near perfect condition, we have the ability to discover the interior of the country as we please. The countryside is widely varied from mountainous regions, to forests, to twisting open roads and beyond. We have the ideal start and end points in Barcelona and Marbella, and an incredible week of driving ahead. We start at the W Barcelona where we will display the cars as members arrive on Sunday before we head up to the 26th floor of the hotel for dinner in their new restaurant Noxe. The following day we start our journey south which takes us into the mountains. We will be visiting some fabulous parts of the country and will stay inland as we make our way south. A winery, a truffle specialist, a spa retreat, and a beautifully refurbished Palacio await us. On our final day we will arrive into one of Marbella’s best hotels, the stunning Villa Padierna, where we will celebrate long into the night. As always, places are limited to x12 cars. For this tour we will have our support truck carrying luggage, as well as our full support team along with us. We look forward to welcoming you on to this fabulous tour. 

Journey took us through to the Iife

In looking for alternative routes, as a sharp guy, i left my visor open lo and behold my first fly in the helmet experience when on the highway. Its a not a funny something o, I was perturbed and almost overwhelmed with the buzzing in the helmet and had to make an emergency stop to save myself.

 Of course my guardians were there to sort me out FD and Maestro. Once i sorted out the helmet we rolled off and caught up with the others “they had waited further on” and we continued out of Osogbo through to Ede (nice breezy and fun ride).


While filtering through the traffic, a pedestrian crossing without any care ran into Dicta’s bike and broke the right side mirror ( I could see fire coming out of RC’s nose and ears fortunately Kanu rode up diffusing the situation).

The rest of the journey through to Lagos was cool. Lucky for us traffic was light and we made very good time. We ended the journey at the Cauldron in Alausa with thanks to the Almighty for journey mercies


There was a point where i was overtaking a trailer on the rather rough side of the rode and right there the road suddenly went rougher, wetin man wan do na, so you increase your speed get past the trailer and bring your bike onto the road .