Over three whole days, motorcycle enthusiasts arrive in droves to check out the showcases of motorcycles and scooters at the 2022 Makina Moto Show.
One of the biggest motorcycle fairs in the country, the Makina Moto Show brings together in a single venue, virtually the entire local motorcycle industry . . . from manufacturers, importers and distributors of motorcycles and scooters , helmets, accessories and other safety gear.
The organizers of the Makina Moto Show led by Zack Lucero were only too happy to welcome motorcycle enthusiasts to the return of the bike fair.
Along with booths of major and minor brands, also part of the Makina Moto Show is the Moto Build Pilipinas showcasing custom builders of motorcycles and their creations.
Among those happy to see and participated in the return of the Makina Moto Show is BMW Motorrad.
BMW Motorad showcased its local lineup of big bikes, highlighted by the R18 Kingston Custom and the R90 with the Nostalgia kit.
The Yamaha booth was also among the crowd-drawers, many drawn by the newly launched XSR700.
Suzuki also put on a grand exhibit at the Makina Motor Show, highlighted by the launch of the new Suzuki Avenis.
The Custom Bikes showcased at the Makina Moto Show drew the most attention.
Aside from showcasing the latest models and custom bikes, the Makina Moto Show featured gear and accessories that make motorcycle riding safe and fun.
Both organizers and participants at the show advocate the building of a safe riding community.
The successful return of the Makina Moto Show augurs well for the motorcycle industry as well as the economy and the riding community.