Julien, a 32-year-old Comingeois and Loic, a 27-year-old Basque, are both former professional cyclists and have swallowed kilometers of asphalt on their mounts. The two athletes met 11 years earlier in Toulouse in its Regional Sports Center. The first is already a professional rider in the AG2R world team when the second comes to learn to hope to join him in the professional peloton one day.
After a rich career, Julien flew to horizons other than cycling and then started renting vans under the “Black sheep van” franchise in Biarritz, his adopted region. The following year, in 2018, Loïc also decides to put an end to his sporting career and to focus on another 2-wheeler, but this time motorized… Already president of the association he created in 2016, “Bivouac et Saucisson” which brings together his biker friends and satisfy their desires for road trips, meetings and new adventures, Loïc has the fierce desire to invest in a more ambitious project which aims to benefit a greater number of biker friends of this unique feeling of escape. It is then that the professional destinies of these two acolytes, long-time friends and motorcycle enthusiasts will meet again. Together, they rack their brains so as to be able to combine pleasure, passion and retraining. Their two respective activities revolved around discovery and travel sow small fertile seeds that germinate in the heads of the two men. Thus, after having traveled the whole world by bicycle, endured the cold of the Nordic countries, sweated under the overwhelming heat of the deserts of the Middle East and Australia or even shaking their derailleurs on the Belgian cobblestones, the idea of BEE WILD is finally budding. “We are going to rent motorcycles so that people from all over the world come to discover the Basque country and its surroundings”. Indeed, the Basque country is full of beautiful roads, passes, villages rich in history. Its culture and ancestral folklore deserve to be discovered or rediscovered, and why not by renting a motorbike that is perfect for its winding roads?