Clubs hold convoy rides to mark National Day

Jeep Owners Group Brunei, SRT Owners Group

Lyna Mohamad

Over 30 Jeep Owners Group Brunei (JOGB) and SRT Owners Group members got together for a convoy to Temburong District in conjunction with the 37th National Day. Several participants were seen driving all the way from Belait District.

In Temburong, the group formed the number 37 at the parking lot of Temburong Community Hall to mark the occasion.

Number 37 formed by participants’ cars. PHOTO: LYNA MOHAMAD

Benzer Club

James Kon

Forty Mercedes Benz cars from Benzer Club gathered for a convoy to mark the 37th National Day yesterday.

Legislative Council member Yang Berhormat Iswandy bin Ahmad flagged off the convoy at Indoor Stadium of the Hassanal Bolkiah National Sports Complex.

The convoy headed to Temburong District by crossing the Sultan Haji Omar ‘Ali Saifuddien Bridge (SHOAS) Bridge and returned to the Indoor Stadium.

The vehicles included several Mercedes Benz models decorated with the national flag.

ABOVE & BELOW: Legislative Council member Yang Berhormat Iswandy bin Ahmad flags off the convoy. PHOTOS: JAMES KON

Motorcycle clubs

Daniel Lim

Several motorcycle clubs led by Kinsmen Motorcycle Group, Mad Riders Motorcycle Group and Skullz of Monarchy Motorcycle Group organised a convoy ride yesterday.

Held in conjunction with the 37th National Day, the convoy saw 230 riders from more than 27 motorcycle clubs as well as individual riders.

Their journey began at Hassanal Bolkiah National Stadium in Brunei-Muara District to Liang Lumut Recreational Club (LLRC) in Belait District with a detour to Temburong District, stretching a distance of 176.8 kilometres and took two hours and 28 minutes to complete.

The convoy ended with Kinsmen MG President Pengiran Khairil Sapyri bin Pengiran Haji Hassan, Mad Riders MG President Izzul Hazzwan bin Jamil and Skullz of Monarchy MG President Mohammad Wazir bin Abdul Razak presenting certificates to representatives of participating motorcycle clubs.

Bikers at Liang Lumut Recreational Club. PHOTO: DANIEL LIM


Aziz Idris

Some 137 members from Darussalam Motorcycle Association (PEMODA) participated in a convoy ride held in conjunction with the 37th National Day yesterday.

This year, the convoy started their journey at the Information Department Building in Berakas and headed to Muara, Kampong Labu in Temburong before ending at the Royal Regalia Museum in the capital.

Acting Director of Information Haji Shahrul Jeffri bin Dato Paduka Haji Ibrahim flagged off the convoy.

Prior to the journey, PEMODA members joined a nationhood programme organised by the Information Department.

The convoy crossing the Sultan Haji Omar ‘Ali Saifuddien Bridge. PHOTO: PEMODA