dR RideAid Well4Syra Highlights
On Saturday 25th June 2016, during the month of ramadhan, we had our annual street to street collection RideAid, here are our highlights!
Don't miss out on this opportunity to give charity, especially within the last 10 days of ramadhan!
JazaakAllahu Khair. May Allah accept it from you and make it heavy on your scale of good deeds on the day of judgment. Ameen.
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Convoy to Calais
On Saturday the 18th June, in the holy month of Ramadan, the Deen Riders will be accompanying the stop the war coalition from London Whitehall to Calais.
This ride is a protest in solidarity against the outward racism faced by the refugees that the West helped create. Also to bring awareness and most importantly Aid to these forgotten and hidden people. Join us in solidarity and come with us.
To do this you need to register onto the Convoy by following the stop the war link below. Choose which ever is suitable for you.
We will be raising aid and then distributing amongst those in need in calais. This is open to all bikes, scooters, cars, vans, trucks, etc. The more the better.
If you can’t join us, please share this post and remember us in your prayers.
Start of the Day
End of the Day
Highlights from the first dR rally where 12 intrepid riders competed for the championship trophies.
dR Championship Rally 2015
On a gloriously sunny Saturday morning, 12 bikers departed from Beaconsfield
services to compete in the 2015 dR championship rally. This was the first event
of its kind in Deen Riders history and although the turnout wasn’t brilliant, you
couldn’t have asked for a better group of contestants.
The teams set off at around 11:30am after a short briefing. They had no idea
what to expect, but once the instructions were handed out, they shot off with
lightning speed to try to gain an advantage over their competitors. The course
took the riders to scenic locations including Ivinghoe in Leighton Buzzard and
Henley on Thames.
The dR championship rally is not a race against contestants or time. It’s a series
of activities which tests the navigation, mental agility and observation skills of
the participants. There are also some off road elements, but these are to be
carried out on foot. The participants are given the rare chance to fully
appreciate the beauty of the countryside. They will find themselves in locations
otherwise inaccessible by road. Some of the best places the country has to offer.
After three and a half hours the intrepid contestants crossed the finish line
ready to answer questions on the places they visited. It took a further 60
minutes to announce the winning team. This was decided by a tie breaker.
Congratulations to Umar Khan and Amin Gam who took the winning trophies.
Silver medals went to Usama and Murad and bronze to Ihsan and Jamal.
The dR championship rally will be back next year. It will be bigger and better
and we will be inviting sponsors to get involved. Stay tuned and be ready for
another fantastic event.