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The Route


England – Wales - Scotland! Gallop across the heart of Great Britain with Knights of the Island.

Knights of the Island is an adventure rally sure to challenge you and your team. It’s not a guided tour, and we won’t give you a specific route to follow. Where would the fun be if you were simply forming an organized caravan with the other rally teams? You set up camp wherever you like, and you take a turn wherever your sense of adventure is leading you.

…That having been said, we will, of course, provide each team its very own “Roadbook” at the rally start. The Roadbook, aside from providing directions to various meet-and-greet points and the official SAC rally party on the road, is also filled with offbeat missions in special locations, crazy tasks and novel “street challenges” on alluring alleys.
If you figure out the clues hidden in the Roadbook, you’ll get a shot at celebrating the rally spectacle with us in breathtaking locations. You’re not required to partake, but it’s nice to have options, no?

The Roadbook Competition - the additional adventure

At the start of the rally, your team will receive the roadbook, packed with great stage suggestions, extraordinary tasks, fun & lots of adventure. You will also find all the information about the Meet & Greet Points and the official SAC Rally parties on the road in the roadbook.

The tasks and adventures have to be solved in the best possible way with your team until the finish. Creativity and the improvisation talent are the trump cards here.

But the roadbook tasks are not obligatory! Always according to the motto: 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 its choice at the festive award ceremony during the closing event.

Logo Knights Of The Island


  • Start on the European mainland
  • Finish line in Great Britain
  • England, Wales, Scotland
  • Black Mountains, Snowdonia, Speyside
  • Sussex, Somerset, Lake District
  • Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds
  • Highlands, Skye and Clouds