Tough Tour 2021

Tough Tour 2021

The premier event for all Tough Tourers is the Tough Tour. The 2021 edition will be held in the first quarter of 2021 (1st of March to 5th of March) and will involve a 5/6-day tour across Nigeria.

In an interesting twist, Three and Four-wheeled vehicles have been included in the 5 days’ adventure.

Each day’s ride will always end at a “Stop Point”, where participants can spend the night.

The tour provides riders with the opportunity to experience roads less traveled and enjoy the “scenic” routes offered by our beautiful country.

This year, two categories are been introduced as follows: PARTICIPANTS and FINISHERS.

To qualify as a participant, the Tourer/pillion/passenger is required to have done a minimum of one timely check-in during the TT2021.

To qualify as a finisher, the Tourer is required to have driven or ridden their TT registered vehicle covering a minimum of 2500km while completing all the required check-ins during the TT2021.

The climax of the tour is the “Finisher’s Banquet and Award Luncheon,” which will hold at the prestigious Sheraton Hotels, Ikeja. This mind-blowing event will hold on the 6th day (6th March 2021), and it is open to all, whether or not they participated in the Tough Tour!

So, start making your plans, and as the tour date approaches, prepare for the experience of a lifetime, as we start from Port Harcourt, Rivers state and find our way around Nigeria, with the end destination as Lagos on a motorbike or in a vehicle, you decide on what machine to run the tour with!

1. Tourers are required to register for the tour before they can obtain their Participation Packs.

2. Tourers are required to have their Participation Packs comprising: Balaclava, Tough Tourers Patch, and Sticker, before embarking on this Tour.

3. The only vehicle permitted for this event is the vehicle indicated in your registration.

4. The tour begins on the designated start date and runs for five (5) consecutive days.

5. During the tour, participants must adhere to the Nigerian Highway Code and obey all traffic rules and regulations.

6. Alcohol intake or use during the tour is strictly prohibited and the organizers will not be held liable for any incidences arising from its consumption.

7. All participants are expected to “check-in” at the designated Tough Tour “Check-in” points at the times that they are open.

8. The “Start point” and daily “Stop points” are open from 12 am on day 1 (1st of March,  2021). Every stop point closes at 11:59 pm on the designated day.

9. The Tough Tourer App is the ONLY permitted method of Check-in. The Tough Tourer App is available on the Android OS and works on all GPS-enabled phones.

10. To qualify as a tour participant, you must have at least one accurate check-in done during the TT2021. Participants will receive the participation plaque in recognition.

11. Only verified Finishers will receive the TT2021 Finisher’s pin.

12. There will be no extended time for repairs, weather effects, illness, etc.

13. Tourers are allowed FIVE (5) DAYS to complete The Tough Tour, with the “Finisher’s Banquet” being held on the 6th day. This will be held in Lagos and will take place alongside the “TT Annual Awards Luncheon”.

14. Tourers are required to use the Tough Tourer App to conduct all “Check-in procedures and must include pictures of the participants, their bikes or vehicle, and corresponding mileage at the time of Check-in.



TT Designated “Check-in” locations.

Tourers are expected to check-in in the TT2021 designated “start” and “stop” towns.


Tough Tour 2021 Daily Stop and Start towns.

Coming soon…


Tourers are encouraged to ply the route of their choice on the TT2021, with consideration to tourers' individual goals (finishing as a participant or a finisher).

The TT team will not be suggesting routes.



Tourers are required to carry out “Check-In” procedures to verify their participation in the TT2021. This procedure involves the use of the Tough Tourers App. The app is free to download from the Google Play Store.

The app will work in an “online” mode in locations with internet coverage. In remote locations that do not offer internet coverage, the app can work in “offline” mode. Users will have to initiate a “sync” of all their “offline” check-ins when they get internet coverage so that their check-ins can sync with the TT Admin servers. As the app captures all check-in data in real-time, there is no pressure on participants to carry out sync.

Tourers are responsible for syncing their check-ins, and all check-in syncs MUST be completed before 11:59 pm on the last day of the TT2021 (5th March 2021).

Pictures captured by TT2021 participants during check-in procedures must show the participants, their motorcycle, trike or vehicle, and instrument cluster, showing mileage at the time of check-in.

A participant is declared a finisher of the TT2021 upon successfully carrying out all required check-ins while racking up a minimum of 2500km.

Only certified Finishers will receive the TT2021 Finishers Pin that certifies their ride completion.

All verified participants will receive a participation plaque.


This year, the TT team will be offering hotels suggested by Tourers.

Tourers are encouraged to search out Lodging alternatives that meet their unique needs and share their proposed hotels with the TT team, to this end the stop towns will be released well in advance to help tourers sort out their lodgings. 

The TT team does not guarantee that the hotels suggested by Tourers will meet all financial and lodging expectations.

The TT team can help with booking hotels in advance. This service will end on the 20th of February, 2021 (more information will be communicated to registered tourers).

The TT team will not be held responsible for the conditions of suggested hotels.


The registration fee of N30,000.00 entitles tourers to the following; TT duffle bag containing: Balaclava, Souvenir stickers, TT Patch, TT Sticker, Participation plague and upon successful completion of the TT2021, the distinguished Finisher’s PIN.

This also includes Admission to the Finishers banquet and award luncheon.


This will hold on the 6th day of the event (6th of March, 2021) at the prestigious Sheraton Hotels, Ikeja, and is open to everyone, whether or not they participated in the Tough Tour! An admission fee of N10,000.00 is required to attend the event.


By signing up for this tour, I agree to be bound by the terms and conditions listed below:

I agree to adhere to the tour rules. No changes to these rules are authorized.

Tour registration is not transferable. I agree with No refund for any canceled tour or unfinished tour.

I agree to assume full responsibility for any risk of personal bodily injury, death, or property damage arising out of or related to this tour.

I understand and agree that I will be responsible for my medical treatment including evacuation in the case of an accident or medical emergency during the tour.

I agree to indemnify and hold Tough Tourers, its affiliates, their officers, representatives, and Tough Tourers’ participants, from any and all liabilities, loss, damage, or cost arising out of or related to this tour.

I am aware that riding a motorcycle/trike is an inherently risky undertaking and will take all precautions to prevent an accident.

I hereby grant permission to the TT team to use my pictures, name, and story in traditional and digital media, for the purposes of the press and public relations.

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