Honda Quest open for entries

An epic 10-day, 2 500km off-road expedition

29 August 2018 | Motors
Entries are now open for Honda Quest True ­Adventure 2018 – the ­ultimate adventure motorcycle competition, on the ultimate adventure motorcycle, the Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin.



Do you have

what it takes?

We are looking for true adventure riders of Southern Africa. Men and women of courage who are adventurous, don't shy away from physical and mental challenges, take the initiative and function as part of a team.

Quest is not a race or a rally, it is an adventure expedition, designed to test human ­endurance and adaptability. Finalists will be tested on their adventure motorcycle riding, mechanical skills, as well as their endurance, courage, and resilience against the African terrain.



What happens next?

After receipt of the entries, Honda Motorcycles Southern Africa, along with Specialised Adventures, will select 30 applicants to attend Quest Boot Camp taking place in Cape Town from 1-3 October 2018. At Boot Camp the instructors will select 14 finalists to participate in the Quest True Adventure 10-day, 2500km off-road expedition in the Northern and Western Cape starting on 19 October 2018.



Costs and logistics

Participation in the Honda Quest True Adventure 2018 is free, however travel to and from Cape Town for Boot Camp and Quest is not included.

Entrants should take note of the dates for Boot Camp and the actual Quest event, should they need to apply for leave from their work place.



The prize

Apart from the title of winning Quest True Adventure 2018, the winning team will each win the Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin that they used during the Quest True Adventure event.



How to enter?

Simply go to your nearest Honda dealer where you can complete your entry form. Alternatively, you can enter online at www.quest-trueadventure.com.

The closing date for entries is 17 September 2018.

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