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Omani biker embarks on 5,000km journey to mark 48th National Day

Omani biker embarks on five,000km journey to mark 48th National Day

The biker, Omar al Mamari, is the initial Omani to get his name registered in Guinness World Records for covering two,127km in 24 hours in 2010.

He began his journey from Amerat on November 1.

Speaking to Muscat Daily
 from Rustaq, getting covered two,977km, Mamari stated, “I am touring 13 wilayats including Duqm, Salalah, Haima, Nizwa, Ibri, Rustaq, Shinas, Sohar, Musannah, Ibra, Sur, Quriyat and then back to Amerat on November 18 coinciding with the 48th National Day celebrations.”

Mamari calls the trip as ‘The loyalty journey’ and a tribute to the 48th National Day.

During the journey, he is getting joined by bikers from distinct wilayats who are raising awareness about road security.

“My aim is to connect with the maximum quantity of Omani youth to celebrate the glorious National Day.

“Many young people are joining me on this journey to celebrate the 48th National Day and send the message of peace and love to the world.”

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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