FJMOTO Mountaincross 3 organizers promoting camaraderie among ADV riders

Between February 9 and 11, 2024, 300 hardcore adventure riders will embark on another epic adventure ride brought by FJMOTO Mountaincross (FJMMA) 3.

The organizers are proud to announce that they have drafted an adventure ride course that deviates from the usual standards and aims to be remembered and emulated as a cornerstone of FJ Moto Enduro and The Long Riders as far as moto events are concerned.

Brotherhood and camaraderie

2024 FJMMA: it’s all about brotherhood, camaraderie image

According to Restie and Zacc Renia – the father and son duo from The Long Riders – they have drafted the course with this thing in mind: brotherhood and camaraderie.

According to the father and son duo, the route will not only test all of the riders’ skills but also their teamwork. They also added that the route is designed so that teams will be encouraged to convene in one campsite where they can share the day’s adventure stories and laughter over campfire and beer and food.

This, according to them, is what makes adventure riding so amazing.

For the benefit of the Gubang Tribe

It's incredible to see the growth FJMMA. From 88 participants in the first Mountaincross in 2022, it jumped to 160 participants in its 2023 edition and has steadily gained traction among hardcore adventure riding enthusiasts.

As with the 2022 and 2023 FJMMA editions, the funds raised will be used to help improve the lives of a beneficiary tribal community. For the 2024 edition, the proceeds will be used for the construction of the Gubang Tribe Cultural Hub and Research Center in Bangilo District, Malibcong, Abra.