The Isle of Man

In the wake of May 8, 2018, another epic journey begins for Toyin Adebola and Dele Fadimiluyi of Out of Nigeria Motorcycle Adventure Group as they embark on a 9,000 Kilometers Motorcycle Journey from Lagos to the Isle of Man , United Kingdom, breaking borders through Benin Republic, Togo, Burkina Faso, Senegal, Mauritania, Morocco and Europe, to experience the oldest and unofficially the most dangerous Motorcycle Event on earth ,The Isle of Man TT happening since 1907.

The TT Race (Tourist Trophy ) is an annual motorcycle sport event run on the Isle of Man since it’s inaugural race in 1907. It is one of the most challenging, famous and dangerous races in the world.

The Isle of man has a long tradition with Nigeria due to King William’s College , a public school which had Nigerians in Its Alumni for the last 50 years.

Out of nigeria is a Global Adventure brand that is based in Nigeria . It’s core passion is to use Motorcycle Adventure as a tool of positive change within Nigeria and around the world.

Education and Passion are two powerful forces and this journey to the Isle of Man brings out the best of both. The journey across the Sahara from Lagos, the Western Coast of Africa, to the Northern coast Morocco will shine a light on the Migrant issues while raising awareness on the need to train and Mentor our boys with key focus on The Borstal Juvenile Home for boys, Ilorin. This institution is one of OON’s key Pet projects that provide Training, Sponsorship, Mentorship and Education for the Boys.

To travel is to educate one’s self. African Adventure is one of the least great travel routes that has not been totally commercialised.

This Motorcycle adventure will Educate, Inform and open up various possibilities while telling a true Nigerian story through the eyes of these two Epic adventurers. It will also carry the follow8ng public along while exploring unbelievable landscapes, experiencing varied cultures and food, facing unforeseen challenges.

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1 November 2016

Recently concluded Heroes and Helmets commemorative project has been described as an ‘epic and uncomfortable challenge’ aimed at improving the relationship between civilians and people in uniform. The project was organised by Out of Nigeria (OON), an adventure and social good organisation.

The OON(Out of Nigeria) founder, Mr. Toyin Adebola, said it was a fulfillment of his dream of a local motorcycle- inspired project that would resonate across the nation and the world with a soul stirring message and cause. Read More


18th October 2016

The recently concluded Heroes and Helmets Independence Day project, organised by Out of Nigeria (OON), an adventure and social good organisation, has been described as an ‘epic and uncomfortable challenge’ that moved Nigerians out of their comfort zones to engage with men and women of the armed forces in order to improve the relationship between civilians and people in uniform.
Founder of Out of Nigeria, Mr. Toyin Adebola, at the conclusion of the authentic Nigerian adventure dream that heralded the nation’s 56th Independence Day celebrations, said the Heroes and Helmets project was a historic two-legged event with an off-road motorcycle riding adventure around Lagos State by the Out of Nigeria team that included Dele “Bami” Bamidele, founder, Eleko Motor Race and Ron Grace, a bonafide off-road enthusiast and founder of Lost For A Reason, a charity that supports Native Americans in the United States of America. The off-road adventure took the riders through Tarkwa Bay, Badagry, Ikeja, Ikorodu, Epe, Eleko, Ajah and back to Victoria Island which was the bikers starting point.
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Cross River National Park Adventure

The „Out of Nigeria“-team went on another adventure ride, this time within Nigeria. Toyin Adebola tells us about this trip, his impressions and his home country.
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