Valloire is a charming alpine village in the Haute-Savoie region in France, where every August for already eleven years a fair entirely dedicated to the world of the offroad takes place.
Jacques Besse is the organizer of the Foire du Tout Terrain and his excellent work made this event the most important one in France. The 2012 edition saw the participation of more than 130 exhibitors. Some of them came from Spain, Switzerland, Germany and Belgium.
During the five days of the fair many visitors were able to have fun with their 4x4 in the trial or along the paths on the slopes at high altitude with even a bivouac.
For the second consecutive year, the Breslau Rallye was present at the Foire of Valloire with its imposing Kerax trucks, which welcomed visitors from its vantage point at the entrance of the village. Chris Armelin instead has met all of our fans and competitors race at the booth of Rallye located in the main street of Valloire. Gilles Girousse acted as a spokesman for the Breslau Rallye into the ranks of all our friends. Among the various stands we met some crews that will run the next Balkan Breslau; include Dominique Rosset and Frederic Goasdoue team Amada Aventure, the team of organizers of the Landauvergne composed by Samuel Rodrigues and Vincent Roubin and of course the veteran Gilles Girousse.
At the fair there was also Sebastin Poncet of SV4x4 with its orange Unimog who finished fifth in the race in Poland and the team Bumper Offroad with its beautiful green Jeep; the list could go on with many names and memories of happy times.