There is no point having a set route and a detailed itinerary of where you'll be each night. That's not an adventure, that's the sort of hand-holding best reserved for small children who might run out in front of cars on a busy road. Adventure is when you choose your own route. Not only do you get more out of it when (if) you finally arrive. But also, the bits when you find you've spent two days going in the wrong direction are usually the best bits.
What's the point of knowing where you're going?
The pioneer edition of Adventure 10 begun in Merzouga, Easter Morocco and ends when the bikers reach the sea, about 1000km west.
The Atlas Mountains
Age: 66 million years(ish)
The Sahara Desert
Size: 9 million Km2
Average temp: 40c
Annual rainfall: 100mm