MEET THE RIDERS: Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Yamaha - BEST SPOTS PH



test banner

Post Top Ad

Responsive Ads Here

MEET THE RIDERS: Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Yamaha

Share This
As what Kawasaki Ninja [Forever Fearless] stated during the introduction of the new 2014 Ninja 1000, “Fearless Innovation starts with an attitude”, I decided to join the Original na Bida campaign of the 4 Big Names of the Motorcycle Industry in the Philippines- Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, and Yamaha last March 14, 2014 at Event Center, SM Cagayan de Oro City.
Ms Greanne Mendoza with the BIG 4 Representative [Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, and Yamaha]

Imagine owning a genuine motorbike designed with precision, power and efficiency with instant torque and smooth acceleration as you throttle? Isn’t that self-gratifying compared to obtaining a copycat motorcycle? Most often than not, people are intend to purchase with no-specific assessment replicating the original one. Yes, first, it will catch someone’s attention because of such cheaper price but sooner than you think, the value and worthiness might be compromised.
Above image shows the Original Yamaha [left image] with the Copycat Motorcycle [right image].

This may be the reason why these big 4 motorbike names converged to push [the Orig na Bida campaign] for high quality, safety and original design campaign henceforth, reiterate the wise choice of buying original motorcycles and spare parts for a more pleasurable riding experience.

The Original na Bida [OnB] campaign is on its 3rd edition [year] and successfully celebrated in Cagayan de Oro last March 14, 15, and 16, 2014 from its traditional Manila base. For three days, the OnB offered safety-riding seminars, recreational activities, press release, and most of all, educating motorists [riders] that [somehow] the Japanese Manufacturers makes the best motorcycle units and spare parts as these makers underwent systematic studies using the latest research and development of motorcycle technologies in order to assure protection, high performance and premium design consistently than other low-quality motorbike brands. The OnB is strongly suggesting the general public to patron buying original motorcycles and spare parts.

During the event, OnB showed an interesting video called “Bida vs Napapakabida”. The video clip gave emphasis to the promotion and value of using authentic brands compared to the brand mimicry.
A representative from TEAM SUZUKI shares his knowledge on Safety Riding 

Safety Riding Seminar conducted by TEAM SUZUKI.
On personal note:
Owning an original motorbike is one thing however, discovering the thrill of modern and revolutionary technological modification is an extra farther. Yes, I considered myself as a Motorbike enthusiast and even owned an original Honda Wave (Black Edition) also known as NF Series and Innova in Europe and Supra X in Indonesia. Together with my brother [as the co-owner], we decided to lift the original design to ensure better and innovative pattern [like adding various features and accessories] with much sophisticated appearance and to fortify the security of the better protection against theft.

On a personal note, modifying your own motorbike is one way to enhance and advancing its physical chemistry. Some might add frames and accessorized the motorbike for great look by adding designs and patterns, and even redefining the contemporary look while other would optimize the wheels and brakes for maximum efficiency. Furthermore, customization is better, just make it sure you don’t extend too much of your “modifying capabilities” because a lot of something can be risky.
Me with the Original Cast of the "Bida VS Nagpapakabida" Movie Clip by the Original na Bida Campaign.

To know more about the Original na Bida campaign, please check

For more images during the event, please click HERE.
This image shows the original Suzuki Raider [left image] and its copycat [right image]
Ms Greanne Mendoza with the "BIDA" cast.
Ms Greanne Mendoza with the cast of "BIDA VS NAGPAPAKABIDA"
The original Honda Wave
The copycat of the Original Honda Wave
Meet the participants [riders] during the event.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Post Bottom Ad

Responsive Ads Here