©2019 by BoRo Experiences. Company Number 11198052. Registered address: 5 Poole Road, BH2 5QL

VAT Registered 293 8574 50. BoRo is a trademarked company.

Deliverable Innovation

From concept to launch - tourism experiences and products

ready to buy, licence or created bespoke for you.

Design and Launch

From the seed of an idea right through to launch, we design, research, manufacture and test ideas before bringing them to market.

The BoRo Beach Bike took 6 months from idea to launch.


And we can help you too by creating bespoke ideas for your brand.


With years of experience in marketing, we create a brand around the product which is appealing to customers and the media.

On the BoRo Beach Bike we carry eco-friendly canned water, do free litter-picking rides and all of our clothing is made from organic and sustainable fabrics.

Scalable product development

All of our experiences are designed to be scalable for any location around the World, to be bought or licenced.

The BoRo Bike is customisable for any brand or location, such as the BoRo City Bike and the BoRo Park Bike.

Our Innovative Products

BoRo Beach Bike

"One of the 'coolest things to do in the UK" as described by the Independent newspaper.

The BoRo Beach Bike is the first product in the BoRo design pipeline - a 17 seater group bike that looks like a beach hut! Devised, created, built and operated by BoRo Experiences, the family-friendly experience launched along Ryde's beautiful seafront on the Isle of Wight and offered rides such as afternoon tea, sunrise, fitness, sunset and Princess Storytelling.

A Right Royale Tea

A interactive comedy afternoon tea hosted by Lord and Lady Right, and their band of servants, was the next innovative experience to be launched under the BoRo brand.


The Summer run took place in London during Summer 2019 with fantastic reviews and press. 


Now available to hire for groups and venues.


"Very entertaining afternoon spent in the company of Lord and Lady Right.


The high level of banter, family jokes and well-placed humour raises laughs from the tea drinking guests.”


London Theatre Review