Philippine Motorcycle Tourism is one of the advocacies of Yamaha Motor Philippines, in line with their #findurtrip campaign. After two years of heightened restrictions due to the pandemic, it is now time to get back out there to enjoy the road and the beauty of the Philippines.
In a partnership between the Tourism Promotions Board (TPB), Department of Tourism (DOT) Region 3, and Breakfast Ride Community (BRC), Yamaha participated in the Bulacan-Pampanga-Bataan two-day ride last March 26-27, 2022.
The activity was created to keep the passion for riding alive, particularly among motorcycle tourism riders. This helps promote domestic tourism following the successful Philippine Motorcycle Tourism kick-off ride last November 20, 2021.
The Bulacan-Pampanga-Bataan motorcycle tourism ride was also joined by representatives from other motorcycle manufacturers, as well as various motorcycle clubs and associations. Spearheaded by Maria Anthonette Velasco-Allones, CFO of the Tourism Promotions Board, the ride started from SEDA Vertis North all the way to Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar then back to the Andres Bonifacio National Monument. The riders went through historic, cultural, and culinary destinations as well as ecotourism sites that instill pride in environmental protection. They passed through Pugpog Biker’s Highlands, GK Enchanted Farm, Bustos Dam Eco Park, Sta. Rita Ecopark, Lubao Bamboo Hub and Eco Park, Mount Samat National Shrine, San Guillermo Church, and Barasoian Church of Malolos.
With the summer season in full swing, this would be a great time to promote motorcycle tourism and get on the road and see the beautiful locations the Philippines has to offer. With safety and environmental protection in mind, many wonders await the return of countless adventurers.
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