Bahraini Bikers Take Road Trips to a Whole New Level Passing 31 Countries

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Who doesn’t love road trips?

Hold on tight for a breathtaking ride as we introduce you to the Bahrain Motorcycle Commission’s latest trip! These bike buddies embarked on an extraordinary motorbike adventure all the way from Bahrain to Europe. They’re crossing 15,000 kilometers exploring 31 countries across Asia & Europe!

Their adventure kicked off on 21 April 2023 from Bahrain! From there, the team crossed KSA, Kuwait, Iraq, and Turkey, to reach the Balkans. Over 7 weeks, these riders will cross 15,000 kilometers from their starting point in Bahrain until their return!

The journey took them through a tapestry of cultures and landscapes. Their visit encompassed the enchanting realms of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, Kurdistan, Turkey, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro, Croatia, Slovenia, Austria, Italy, Germany, Luxembourg, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Czechia, Hungary, Serbia, and Romania!

Wow, that’s a whole lot of countries to visit in one trip! Each destination brought its own unique charm, from the stunning architecture of Italy to the enchanting canals of the Netherlands.

As the BMC team wraps up their incredible expedition, they leave behind a trail of laughter, friendship, and indelible memories. Their daring spirit and unwavering determination have showcased the thrill of exploration and the power of unity. This unforgettable adventure serves as a reminder that the world is meant to be discovered, one mile at a time!

What a ride!

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