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A record breaking supremacy: Suzuki Raider Summit 2017

When a King celebrates, it will certainly be huge and when you say it is Suzuki’s Raider R150, then it is surely record-breaking. Suzuki Philippines and its over 6100 riders rocked the World Trade Center Manila and the world literally; by breaking the Guinness World Records title — Largest road safety lesson alongside the brand’s celebration of the continuous supremacy of the Raider R150 as the undisputed Underbone King.
With unprecedented sales of 30,785 units in 2016 topping the Underbone 150cc category data of the Motorcycle Development Program Participants Association Inc. (MDPPA), the Suzuki Raider R150 has once again secured its title as the supreme in its class.

The Raider R150 Summit
The event was well attended by more than 96 clubs from all over the Philippines showcasing their very warm support for the brand. In return, the Japanese giant staged the day-long activity dedicated to the Suzuki riders. Among the exciting activities prepared by Suzuki were Custombike Contest wherein the edge of the Raider R150 was highlighted as a carburetor motorcycle perfect to be customized and modified. Hailed as the winners were Mr. Johnie Ray Nabua for the
Best Custom-bike title, Mr. Oliver Villasis for Best Concept Bike and Riders Choice award for the same category and Mr. Mark Evaristo for the Best in Engine Set-up. The Best Chrome went to Ms. Lovely Kailah Lademora who was also hailed as the Media Choice. The Best Paint went to Mr. Joel Clarete. For the Riders’ Choice Mr. Jerson de los Reyes took home the title for Custom-bike and Mr. John Benedict Ibasco for the Engine Set-up.
The very popular Astig Rider, Biker Babe, Best Couple Rider were also presented and won by Mr. Emmanuel Jojo Amora, Ms. Diana Marie Banaticla and Mr. Wilson de Leon and Ms. Erdiza Barcelona who got engaged at the event won the titles respectively. Dancing to the tune of the new Raider R150 jingle, Club Suzuki Raider Jr. Philippines won in Show Me the Moves.
The highly coveted Club Awards namely Biggest Delegation, Farthest Delegation, Earliest Delegation for both Raider and Non-Raider clubs and chapters went to; Raider Clubs Category — Biggest Delegation (Group) Raider Owners Club Inc. while the one for Chapter went to Reborn 150 Philippines, Farthest Delegation was awarded to Suzuki Raider R150 Pangasinan while the Earliest Delegation went to the Raider 150 Alliance Owners Alliance Philippines. For Non-Raider Category — the Biggest Delegation (Group) went to the Skydrive Nation, Biggest Delegation for Chapter was awarded to the Smash 115 Club Philippines while the Farthest Delegation went to Skydrive Nation Olongapo.
For more details and photos please contact: Suzuki Philippines Advertising and PR at +63 917 866 7442
Visit us www.suzuki.com.ph or join our community at www.facebook.com/SuzukiMotorcyclesPhilippines.

Last modified on Tuesday, 28 March 2017 13:00

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