Dubai Ride offers participants two main routes to choose from: The 4km Downtown family route follows Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard and goes past Dubai Mall, Dubai Opera and the Burj Khalifa.
This year Dubai Fitness Challenge (DFC) 2021 was joined by a record 1.65 million participants who participated in thousands of free fitness events, activities, and classes across the city between October 29 to November 27.
Thomas Panek, a blind runner with a wall full of ribbons from marathons he ran with a human guide, developed a canine running guide training programme five years ago after he became president and CEO of Guiding Eyes for the Blind in suburban New York.
Running from today to 27 November, the highly anticipated initiative promises a line-up worthy of the fifth edition, with thousands of free fitness events, activities, and classes across the city to help participants complete 30 minutes of daily activity for 30 days.
The visit was amongst a series of activities that the world-famous wrestler took part in to join the fitness fun during DFC 2019
Events include Tough Mudder, the Beat Diabetes Walk, Emirates NBD Unity Run and MEFIT Health and Fitness Summit.
Taking place on the morning of Sunday (Nov.6), Dubai Ride, presented by DP World in association with RTA is one of the most anticipated events of Dubai Fitness Challenge (DFC) and will welcome all residents and visitors alike.
Dubai fitness Challenge, the flagship fitness initiative launched by Sheikh Hamdan, is gearing up to motivate everyone to renew their commitment to a fitter future with the launch of its 6th edition, running from Oct.29 to Nov.27, 2022.
The city-wide challenge will make its action-packed return to the city on Oct.29, 2022, giving everyone the momentum and motivation to kickstart a new fitness routine and embrace a healthier lifestyle.