"I booked the flights and got a cool bandana. That's pretty much all the planning that I did."
Alvaro and Alberto, Team Bambu Heroes - Monkey Run Pioneers
The key to true adventure is in the lack of planning, however, here's a list of a few important things you will definitely want to bring with you.
Or 'International Driving Permit'. It's highly recommended you get this as it is a translation of your driving license and could save you a lot of bother.
You'll definitely need one. You should be packing very light anyway so bringing this shouldn't cause you problems.
Remember that everything you bring will have to fit on the bike- which is tiny. We don't carry any luggage for you so it's up to you to pack wisely. If anything you should be thinking more about what not to take instead of what to take.
Or something similar, to tie down your stuff onto the bike. It's a bumpy ride, so bungee straps aren't recommended.
A note on drones
We know many of you will be keen to make the most epic video of your adventure ever. This often means using a drone.
It's definitely worth noting though that drones, just like a meal without bread, are banned in Morocco. You are able to bring them in if you get official permission beforehand but if not then you should expect it to get confiscated unless you're really good at hiding parts of a drone in your bum.
For more information check the FCO website here: https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco/local-laws-and-customs
Drone use is fine in Romania and Peru at the time of going to press, but drone laws around the world are changing rapidly, so it's definitely worth checking before you fly.
This is not a good example of how to pack, but it's a good photo - Photo taken by Rosa Earp