Below are listed just some of the many businesses that have helped to support the Scooters in the Sahara trips over the years. There are many more businesses and individuals to whom Scooters in the Sahara owes a great debt of thanks. Without them, keeping this project going would be immeasurably more difficult.
Thank you all!  The ” mother ” charity on whose behalf  The  Scoots Project works and exists and which is still run by it’s founder Anita Smith.   The Cool Icebox Company: Based down in deepest Devon, Tina and David, supply a wide range of  Coolers which will keep your supplies frozen for up to 5 Days, and our breakfast bacon fresh for the duration of the trip !  One of the Countries longest established Suzuki Dealers. Ken, the owner, is also a fount of knowledge and wisdom when it comes to Honda C90s Based in Carmarthen, West Wales, Andy Parke was a 2011 Scoots rider his wealth of experience in servicing, repairing and rebuiding a wide cross section of bikes was invaluable to the 2011 trip.  Suppliers of all things to make your outdoors experience more comfortable and safe: Also stockists of the DVD filmed on the 2011 trip by one of the riders. of John St, Sunderland;  Suppliers of all forms of bicycles and accessories. Peter Darke is riding with the 2012 team. Just Print have heavily supported Scooters in the Sahara since it’s inception in 2005 with a wide range of printed items including Team garments, Vehicle and Bike stickers, general printing and of course the printing of our book Scooters in the Sahara. TheMagicTouch full colour image transfer paper and heat presses, together with laser colour copiers and printers opens up new and exciting opportunities for full colour, high quality image transfer printing onto a limitless range of application products where the possibilities are truly endless.  The web site and club for the BMW GS motorcycle riders. The forum for for BMW GS Riders from which the Scoots Project was started !