N°31 دراجة MX RIDE DUBAI




Offroad racing

الجهات الراعية

KTM, Red Bull, Al Ain Waters, Sports Council, Maximus Air

2020: Ab.
2019: 25th
2018: 32nd
2012: Ab. Stage 10

2021: Dubai International Baja (3rd)
2019: Abi Dhabi Desert Challenge (9th), Dubai International Baja (24th), Baja do Pinhal (5th), Baja Aragon (Ab.), Jordan Baja (1st), Rally Qassim (1st), Mauritania International Baja (1st)
2018: Dubai International Baja (1st), Baja Aragon (18th), Hungarian Baja (6th)
2017: Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge (7th), Qatar Cross-Country Rally (8th)
2016: Qatar International Enduro (1st), Bahrain Motocross (1st), Emirates Desert Championship (2nd)
2015: Bahrain Motocross Championship (1st), Emirates Desert Championship (2nd)
2014: Qatar International Enduro (1st)
5 x Arabic motocross champion (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013)


Balooshi returns for unfinished business

Back in 2012 Mohammed Balooshi made history by becoming the first Emirati rider to take part in the world’s biggest rally, but failed to reach the finish line in Lima after breaking his hand and shoulder. Six years later, he returned to complete the rally in 32nd place, and continued a superb 2018 by lifting the FIM Bajas World Cup crown, thus becoming the first Arabic rider to win an FIM title in offroad rallies. In 2019 he improved to 25th at the Dakar. Sadly the 2020 edition in his “second home”, Saudi Arabia, was a bitter one when he crashed out early. Mohammed has described the Dakar as the “pinnacle of motorsport” and is now hoping to hit back in style. The Dubai native was a relatively late bloomer, only riding a motorbike for the first time at the age of 18. He began his racing career at 20 and quickly tasted success, winning the Arabic motocross championship in five consecutive years between 2009 and 2013. He also starred in enduro before switching to rally raid, where he competes alongside his brother Sultan. Now aged 42, Mohammed is also committed to sharing his passion with the next generation. In 2010, he took part in the Red Bull ‘Under My Wings’ project in the UAE, teaching youngsters how to ride in the desert. He went on to set up the MX-Academy in Dubai helping to train up-and-coming athletes. And because he loves his nation so much, he recently took off for a motorbike tour of the seven Emirates: a fine way to prepare for his big return on the Dakar.




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