Be prepared to be constantly on the move. You need to be organised with your gear. You can leave items for the week at the hotel in Agadir, to which you return at the end of the holiday. Be clear what you need with you for the week out of Agadir, but cannot access by day, as opposed to what you carry with you when you ride and what you keep in the vehicles. In summary, you have gear in 4 places as you ride.
Royal Air Maroc flights seem to run late, which is something those with connecting travel arrangements may wish to consider.
The evenings were colder than I expected.
We rode in rain on 2 days, so waterproofs were very helpful.
I would question, based on my group of 16, the place of Heathrow as the starting point for those taking the full package. Of the 16, the origins were as follows-London x 2, West Country x 1, South Wales x 1, North Wales x 2, Manchester x 1, Scotland x 7, France x 1, Australia x 1.
Would Paris not have been a better starting point, with a direct flight option to Agadir? This would enable everyone to get to Agadir in 2 flights from their local airports (Glasgow/Edinburgh/Manchester/Bristol). I accept a trip across Paris may be needed, but since the budget airlines don't fly to Heathrow, I had to travel by bus from Luton to Heathrow and take 3 flights.
I am unclear why morning is the preferred time for the inevitable mechanicals. Presumably the problems with the bikes are known on getting off the previous evening. Why are they addressed when everyone is ready to ride the following morning? This contributes to a delayed start, which, in conjunction with frequent and long food stops, during essentially untaxing, downhill riding, meant that we tended to arrive at our overnight destinations quite late. After registering, showering and eating, there was little time to see much of the places we were staying in. The large group, with associated large number of punctures and chain breakages also contributed to making a day with only a modest amount of riding a long one.
In short, start riding sooner, finish riding sooner (in daylight). Only those with mechanicals can address them on arrival. Those without mechanicals don't stand about and watch-they can have a look at the towns and villages they are staying in before the evening meal.