The Yamaha Sight Safe Run returns in its second year to bear witness the record-breaking performance in terms of fuel-efficiency. The first leg took place in Cainta, Rizal with the partnership of Yamaha Motor Philippines and Motortrade.
With the aim to promote different destinations, sites and routes in the Philippines by means of doing sports activities as they encourage awareness for the protection of wildlife and tourism, the President of Adventure Team Philippines, Mr. Francis Rivera shared his experience in leading the group.
Yamaha Philippines takes pride on their Yamaha Sight’s exceptional features. According to the company, as the participants ride aboard the motorcycle, it will let them boost their ride by its fuel efficiency, fuel-injected engine that gives high performance every ride, complimenting the better braking force from its disc brake. One liter will make them go ride further with the said vehicle.
The race started at the Yamaha 3S Shop in Ortigas Extension going to Motortrade Tanay a 24Km ride, then 82.8km to Petron Lumban. After this station, they rounded back to Motortrade Tanay and finally finished the competition in the Petron CDV Ortigas in which they fill up their gas wrapping up the whole 164km race. The Yamaha Sight Safe Run lasted for 4 hours and 49 minutes, enough time for them to experience its fuel efficiency.
Out of the riders who participated, Victor Dagaas finished at first place with his record of 110km/l followed by Reymart Dumandan at second and Marlon Aloba at third. Continuing with them on the final leg is the rest of the riders in the Top 10 finishers of the race. Apart from the riders, there were media guests who also experienced the fuel-efficiency of Yamaha Sight and, Lance Arvie Ruiz of Drive2Ride PH went home as the best finisher with 94.29km/l.
Find out if the record will remain unbroken on the second leg of the Yamaha Sight Safe Run on April 28 at Quezon Province.