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DUBAI RIDE TO TRANSFORM SHEIKH ZAYED ROAD INTO A GIANT CYCLING TRACK


DUBAI RIDE TO TRANSFORM SHEIKH ZAYED ROAD INTO A GIANT CYCLING TRACK FOR A THRILLING THIRD EDITION ON 6 NOVEMBER 

DUBAI RIDE TO TRANSFORM SHEIKH ZAYED ROAD INTO A GIANT CYCLING TRACK 1
  • ●       This year’s edition is expected to see a record 35,000 participants from all ages, backgrounds and abilities take part
  • Cyclists can choose between the 12km Sheikh Zayed Road route or the 4km Downtown Family route
  • Register now for the ultimate cycling event at https://www.dubairide.com/register/

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 1 November 2022 – The third edition of Dubai Ride, presented by DP World, will take place on 6 November 2022 as one of the flagship events of Dubai Fitness Challenge (DFC). The largest community cycling event in the Emirate will offer families, recreational cyclists and cycling enthusiasts the opportunity to ride past Dubai’s iconic landmarks on Sheikh Zayed Road and Downtown Dubai, including Museum of the Future, Dubai Water Canal and Burj Khalifa.    

Participants looking for fun or fitness can choose between two routes: the 12km Sheikh Zayed Road route or the 4km Downtown Family route through Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard.

4km Downtown Family route

The flat route is suitable for cyclists of all ages and abilities – starting at 5:00 AM at Dubai Mall and following Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard around the Dubai Opera and Burj Khalifa.

12km Sheikh Zayed Road route

The advanced route is suitable for more experienced cyclists and includes changes in elevation – it starts at 5:00AM from five different starting gates located at the Museum of the Future, Al Satwa, Coca-Cola Arena, Business Bay, and Lower Financial Centre Road.

Registration is free for both routes. Participants can sign up on the website for their chosen routes and starting location, and will receive a QR code which they will need to present to collect their bib from any of the 3 distribution points at conveniently located malls across Dubai:

  • City Centre Deira
  • Dubai Hills Mall
  • Ibn Battuta Mall

Bib collection is open this week, from Thursday 3 November to Saturday 5 November, during normal mall opening hours.

Participants must collect their bib from one of the malls, anyone arriving at Dubai Ride without a bib will not be able to take part.  Participants are also required to bring their own bike, helmet, and water bottle on the day.

Last year, 33,000 cyclists took part in Dubai Ride and came together as one community to demonstrate their commitment to the annual city-wide challenge, and their 30×30 goals as they embraced an active lifestyle.

Dubai Ride is organised by Dubai’s Department of Economy and Tourism and Dubai Sports Council; with presenting partner DP World; Association Partners Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), AVIV Clinics, Fitbit, Emaar; Official Partners Emirates Airline, and Mai Dubai; Media Partner Arabian Radio Network (ARN); and Government Partners Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services, Event Security Committee, Dubai Health Authority (DHA), and Dubai Police.

Register now for Dubai Ride on https://www.dubairide.com/register/.

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About Dubai Fitness Challenge 

The Dubai Fitness Challenge (DFC) is an initiative of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai Crown Prince and Chairman of The Executive Council of Dubai. The Challenge was created to support His Highness’ vision of making Dubai one of the most active cities in the world. Now in its sixth edition – with more opportunities than ever to get involved – DFC brings friends, families, colleagues and communities together to improve their health and wellbeing with 30 days of fun and fitness. Featuring a packed calendar of activities and events across the city including Dubai Run and Dubai Ride, this year’s Challenge runs from Saturday 29 October through to Sunday 27 November 2022. 



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