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Last year, to honour the 47th UAE National Day, Lotfi Hamrouni set out on his KTM 1290 Super Adventure S and created a new world record of covering the greatest distance (5325 km) on a motorcycle in 47 hours on public roads. This year, he’s back to break his own previous record and plans to ride non-stop for 48 hours and cover more than 5500 km on the occasion of the 48th UAE National Day.

For Lotfi, riding motorcycles has become an addiction and passion for life which helped him to succeed in anything he does. With his passion, he made the impossible, possible and inspired many people through his motivational talks and support to the community.

Also read: 47 Hours, 4000Km, 47th UAE National Day; One Man’s World Record Attempt

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Lotfi speaking to an audience after setting a new world record last year

Speaking about his new world record attempt, Lotfi says, “Based on my motorcycle experience, mental and physical abilities and riding one of the best motorcycles in the market, I can complete this challenge successfully and exceed all expectations. It is my responsibility to give something back to the community.”

The event will be hosted at Media One Hotel which celebrates its 10th anniversary. During this Motorsport event, Media One Hotel will showcase a beautiful collection of KTM motorcycles from 24th November to 3rd December.

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Lotfi’s World Record Attempt is well supported by Emirates Motorsports Organisation (EMSO) and sponsored by Matrix Fitness, Media One Hotel, ANB KTM UAE, Strokerz ME, GymNtion, ZIVA, City Gym and Decathlon.

If you want to witness Lotfi’s world record attempt, you can be there at the start of his 48 Hours Ride on Thursday 28th November at Media One Hotel, 8 pm (reception and presentation from 7 pm). There will be also a second reception for Lotfi’s safe return on Saturday 30th November from 7 pm and expecting Lotfi’s finale at 8 pm.

We wish Lotfi all the best for his 3 in 1 world record attempts!