|February 22nd to 27th 2020|
|BikingMan Oman #3
Explore the south-east Arabian Peninsula: the Hajar Mountains, the spectacular Jebel Shams Pass, the Ash Sharqiyah Desert and Arabian Seaside Roads. Start your season by joining the most epic unsupported ultracycling race in the middle east, experiencing spectacular scenery and pleasant temperatures! For 2020, the route is again improved for an even greater experience.
BikingMan OMAN in numbers
History and symbols of the Sultanate of Oman
Located in the south-east of the Arabian Peninsula, Oman was in ancient times a major platform for the production and export of incense. It was also one of the main provinces of the Persian Empire (together with Mesopotamia, Egypt, Persia and India) and the center of its commercial activity. The sea-silk route followed its shores in the Arabian Sea.
The country is crossed by the Hajar mountains chain (stone mountains in Arabic) with the highest point being the Jabal Shams (mountain of the sun) at 3,009 meters of altitude.
Omani culture offers a diverse mix (Arabic, Baluch, Asian and African) and is known for its exceptional hospitality. The Sultanate of Oman is the 4th safest country in the world according to the World Economic Forum.
Oman is mostly good paved roads with a pinch of gravel in the Jebel Shams.
For this reason, we advise using:
You are required to have the following equipments with you during the race. The organisation will ensure you have all mandatory equipement when you attend the athletes and bikes check-in.
Find below useful information on the logistics and the schedule for the race. The race start is next to Muscat city where taxis are easy to find. You can then be driven to the race village at Shangri-la hotel.
Athletes Hall of FAME
Come as you are is the number one rule for BikingMAN races. Last year we had world record holders, epic adventurers, experienced ultracyclists, etc… Check out who you will be riding with during BIKINGMAN Oman 2020. You can also take a look at 2019’s finishers.
What’s included in my inscription
After the race