Travel 14 days through 10 countries of the old continent, cruise 5,000 kilometres along forgotten lanes through lost parts of the heart of Europe, worlds away from the tourist swarms. The European 5000 road trip is a hefty adventure stuffed into a compact timeframe.
You and your team will experience firsthand the surprising contrasts within Europe as you lumber together along the icy mountain passes of the Alps, ride the curves above the steep coastlines of the Mediterranean and the endless beaches of the Atlantic Coast, climb to the secluded summits of the Pyrenees and snake through the deserts of Spain.
With The 5000 European adventure rally, we gently guide you through the heart of Europe. In southern France, we will crown the winner of the European Mountain Summit hill-climb. After 5,000 kilometres we will celebrate the overall-champion of The European 5000 in Brussels.
The Roadbook Competition - the additional adventure
At the starting line of the European 5000 in the foothills of the Alps, your team will get a Roadbook full of suggestions for the next stages of the rally, incredible challenges, fun and adventure. Furthermore, you will find all necessary information about the Meet & Greet points as wells as to the official S.A.C Rally-Parties on the road in the Roadbook.
Until the finish line in Brussels, you and your team are asked to solve the tasks and adventures the best way possible. Creativity and a talent for improvisation will assure you the victory.
However, the Roadbook challenges are not mandatory! As always: Nothing must, everything can!
The team that collects the most roadbook points with all the missions & challenges wins the Roadbook Competition and as the winner not only receives a standing ovation, but also a ticket for a SAC adventure rally of their choice at the award ceremony during the closing event.
What are you waiting for? Be an adventurer! Sign up now! The European Rally is kicking off for the 8th time in 2022 after seven amazing trips since 2014 — and there’s room for only a limited number of teams.