This Biker Would Be Riding 10,000km From Dubai To Ireland For A Cause

by Deeplata Garde 257

Are you a motorcycle enthusiast? But would you ride for a certain cause in scorching summers? A man from Dubai has taken up a similar challenge. He is all set to ride his motorcycle for 10,000 KM. He will finish the distance between Dubai to Donegal, Ireland to help gather funds for the Red Cross/Red crescent organisation. The initiative of the biker will help fund orphans from the conflict zone.

Journey Of This Biker Is For A Great Cause

Evan De Burca decided to ride from the scorching heat and snowing alps to offer help. His journey will include passing 11 countries between Dubai to Ireland. How will he secure funds? Well, he has requested people to contribute AED 1 each for every kilometre he rides. Burca will set along for his amazing voyage on Tuesday.


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For the amazing people who want to help, you can make donations here

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Kasaragod Residents’ Trip On Their Bikes Has Gone Viral

One such great story comes from two Indian boys who travelled on a seven-nation trip to UAE on a scooter. The childhood buddies from India, Ibrahim Bilal and Mohammed Afsal Haq decided on this journey late last year.

The soaring temperatures of the UAE made them decide to travel only in the wee hours of the morning and late afternoon. The boys plan on crossing the duo and hope to travel to Oman, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait and Jordan. Later they plan on shipping back the scooter to Kochi, Kerala from Jordan. The duo holds a global licence and got the relevant travel permissions for these nations. On social media, the Kasaragod residents’ trip on their bikes has gone viral.

The vloggers share videos and reels of their experiences on YouTube and Instagram on a regular basis. Their love for vintage vehicles made them pick Chetak for their long ride.

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