Wherever you are, wherever you go, in the city or in the open road; the VALIANT is such a versatile helmet that will become part of you. It’s doubly certified as a full-face and an open-face helmet. With its unbelievable price and only weighs 1.7 kg., what more could you ask for? A 180º swing-around chin bar with excellent lateral visibility, it is so comfortable you’ll forget you’re wearing it.
The new Pista GP R model of helmet is one of the top of the line product that AGV has to offer. This ultimate track helmet features an integrated hydration system developed with the top riders with tube routing optimized to eliminate distraction for completely unencumbered hydration while riding. The extremely compact and light 100% carbon fiber shell’s shape is designed to minimize interference with the racing suit and limit risk of impact energy transfer to the collarbone, while the interior has an adaptable fit and places no stitching in sensitive areas. The result is a helmet that approaches perfection in terms of eliminating distraction and maximizing comfort for the ultimate pro-level track riding experience- the AGV Pista GPR Carbon Helmet.
Looking for Sport, Touring and Adventure Jackets and Pants?
Here are the collections of European premium brand Rev’it. The gear is as functional as it is stylish with a strong emphasis on durability, technology and fit surrounding both its sport leathers and tactical textiles. These Rev’it jackets and pants are some of the most innovative pieces of motorcycle gear that Motoworld Philippines carries.
After winning three Red Dot Design Awards last April, Dainese was invited to the final event celebrating all the prizewinners.
Designers Fanny Boria and David Sheridan, and Strategic Projects Manager Marcello Bencini attended the prestigious gala held at the Aalto-Theater in Essen on July 3, 2017. The event saw all the prizewinners of the Red Dot: Best of the Best granted the special honour of receiving the Red Dot Trophy on stage in the presence of around 1,200 guests from all over the world.
The Dainese Group won three awards in the Product Design 2017 category of the renowned international competition for the Mugello R D-air® race suit, Pista GP R race helmet and Pro-Armor protectors, the latest outstanding innovations in Dainese and AGV’s product range.
Yamaha YZone Flagship Shop conducted an OFF ROAD ACTIVITY with Metzeler as the official tyre sponsor last June 24 to 25, 2017 (Saturday and Sunday overnight stay). The event is entitled Yamaha YZone and Metzeler All XT Meeting where All Yamaha XTZ 125 and Serow 250 owners were invited to participate.
Venue took place on the Upper Marikina River Basin Protected Landscape where both beginner and advanced off road riders experienced riding their motorcycle on a trail environment.
YAMAHA REV OF A DECADE The historical celebration in Cebu
The Yamaha brand had humble beginnings in the Philippines before becoming the staple of motoring ingenuity that is known today. The company became part of the Philippine culture by sharing the passion for riding through world-class products that are equipped with state-of-the-art technology for 10 years; and each year was filled milestones and memories that will last a lifetime.
To celebrate a decade of revving a nation, the only way to do it was with a grand event that the entire country can revel in. First, the Yamaha Club alongside Motoworld and Metzeler set off the biggest ever touring ride across the archipelago which was made up of 1,000 riders with more than half of that coming from Luzon and Mindanao. It was a long trip which included a trip to different ports to make it to Visayas where they joined fellow riders in the region and together made their way to Cebu.
Cebu City was the venue for the 2nd Leg of the Yamaha Grand Prix 8 which is the premiere avenue for Filipino Motorcycle racers to hone their skills and reach the next level of their riding ability. On this occasion, a special treat was at hand for all the attendees. They were introduced to the Mio Aerox 155, the latest AT product that included the masterfully crafted iconic engine – The Blue Core. Carrying the engine’s technological credo of more power for less fuel, the machine perfectly fits into the realm of racing prowess with practical and comfortable use. Its arrival was accompanied by Yamaha’s newest ambassador, Matteo Guidicelli, who showed his riding ability on the Mio Aerox 155.
That wouldn’t be the only showcase of the Blue Core engine. The event was also the culmination of the Be More with Blue Core Challenge which pitted racing Rivals Mickey Mazo and Romer Corbe. After an exciting 8-hour endurance race in the Carmona Racing Circuit which was won by Team Corbe; this one on one race in Cebu was either redemption or domination by either rider. After a competitive race using the Mio Aerox 155, the battle was won by Romer Corbe.
Then the attention shifted from the rivalry to supremacy as the Yamaha Grand Prix 8 was underway. A fiery competition showcased different performances from veteran riders to new contenders.
After the race, the 1000 Yamaha Club Riders rode from Cebu City to Danasan Eco Park to celebrate their historic feat. Lucky winners were drawn in the Raffle who received prizes from Motoworld. Awardees were declared for the customize contest and were given tires from Metzeler in what was pegged as the ultimate trip. The riders camped out under the stars and enjoyed performances from Bangs Garcia, the Disco Remix Dancers, DJ Veronica Chiongbian, and one of their own in DJ Inan.
All in one day, Yamaha has conquered an inter-island trip to Cebu, raising the level of raising talent in the Yamaha Grand Prix, showcasing a brand new product, empowering through a state-of-the-art engine, the culmination of a rivalry, and the explosion of riding passion. By celebrating 10 years, Yamaha continues to develop an outstanding relationship with the Filipino community and will exhilarate lives for many years to come.
Every Muc-Off product range is developed to be the most advanced of its type and to be as fast and effective to use as possible – cleaning is no longer a complex job. Since 1994 the Muc-Off brand has grown from just one cleaner into UK’s number one bike maintenance range. This rapid growth has been fuelled by a massive consumer demand which seems to grow with every bike being cleaned.
Muc-Off started in 1991, Rex and Marilyn Trimnell jump started with X-Lite UK. After designing and manufacturing the world’s first twin crown bicycle fork, Rex created a perfectly pink spray to clean his kit. After that, it was all uphill from there. Rex’s cleaner was the best thing since sliced bread and, it wasn’t long before word got out and Muc-Off was born. In 2008, it became more than just cleaners, when Muc-Off began to introduce its range of Biodegradable bike lubes. Finally, In 2016, Muc-Off became the go-to brand for top riders and racers from the likes of Team Sky to Atherton Racing. Today, Muc-Off has been doing more than the original pink cleaner. The brand has their very own Chain Lube, Motorcycle Protect and Rider Care range which includes a unique technology.
Mworld Trading is the official distributor of MUC-OFF in the Philippines.
Motoworld, the Philippines’ authorized dealer of high quality motorcycle safety gear and accessories and an avid supporter of local racing and it talents, knows the importance of keeping every rider protected and safe with each and every ride, race or journey they undertake. Armed with this understanding, it is what pushes Motoworld’s dedication to deliver high quality products to Filipinos nationwide. What started in 2004 as a small store has now gone to an unparalleled expansion of 28 stores, making Motoworld the biggest and the country’s premiere destination in terms of motorcycle safety gear and accessories.
Motoworld has been participating in Inside Racing’s BikeFest since 2013 and, not only has it has been its partner in promoting its products. It is also its’ collegue in the promotion of rider safety awareness and the technology that goes with it. That is why, in the last IRBF, Motoworld organized an exclusive Product Conference of their 4 premium brands; Akrapovic, Sena, Shoei and Metzeler Tires. being the latest addition in the product line up, Metzeler will satisfy every motorcycle enthusiast’s needs when it comes to tires. The conference was made successful with the support of brand representatives like Ms. Vaune Phan of Metzeler, Mr. Sai Kesineni of Sena, Ms. Leena Raguchandran of Akrapovic, and Ms. Ritsuko Yamato of Shoei.
Event patrons swarmed the Motoworld booth as soon as the 11th InsideRACING Bike Festival and Trade Show oppening ribbon was cut. All of the items were on sale and a selected few had an outright discount of 50% which a lot of riders took advantage of, giving smiles to all the event goers as evidenced by the extremely crowded and long lines in the Motoworld booth.
Motoworld gave huge discounts on the brands that they carry such as Akrapovic, AGV, Bertoni, Dainese,EVS, Forma , Givi, Komine, LS2 , Metzeler Tires, Nolan, Oxford, Pole Position, Putoline Motorcycle Oils, Rev’it, Rjays, Ryo, Sena, Sidi, Shoei, Taichi, TCX and Zeus. Forged Philippines also was present, catering to the everyday carry (EDC) crowd, outdoor enthusiasts and tactical/active military personnel. In what is a once-a-year affair, no one came home disappointed nor empty handed.
Manila, January 28, 2017 — What a way to start the year by Yamaha Motor Philippines; the arrival of “The Doctor” Valentino Rossi and “Top Gun” Maverick Viñales was an event that went above and beyond anyone’s expectations. The two icons for Yamaha Racing were introduced for the first time as new teammates before they embark on their maiden MotoGP season together.
Just before dawn on a Saturday Morning the two riders landed in Manila from Indonesia and even after a tiring trip they were all smiles for the cameras as they exited the airport. It was a short rest for them as they headed to Robinsons Novaliches Trade Hall for their press conference. The jam packed venue was mixed with supporters of both riders who waved red and yellow flags respectively. As Maverick and Valentino came on stage they were greeted by a thunderous roar.
For the young Maverick, this was his first time in the country and could not believe the overwhelming support of the Filipinos for him before he formally starts his career with Yamaha. It was a display that he appreciated immensely and hoped he could properly reciprocate with his performance in the MotoGP.
He shared to those who aspired to reach the level he was on that they do not need the best facilities or the best circumstances to achieve greatness; all it takes is passion and determination to succeed, that the desire to win can take you and your motorcycle anywhere. He also stated that the opportunity to race alongside Valentino will make him an even better rider and their good relationship will be the key in winning together. His opinion on why he moved to Yamaha was how much better he could become with the a racing team filled with championship experience guiding him, the class of machinery he will be using to reach his maximum potential, and revving alongside one of the best to ever ride in the MotoGP.
The returning Valentino seemingly doesn’t get used to the outpouring support he gets in the Philippines. After competing for more than 15 years he is still grateful and overjoyed by the love he gets in this part of the world. Beyond his fame and championships, it was the witty charm of the all time great that makes him popular as he drew laughter from the crowd with his quips. He looked forward to one day training a Filipino in his camp and cited that it takes patience to develop talent. It’s important for programs like the Yamaha Grand Prix to ensure growth and passion of aspiring riders. As to how long he was going to race, it was still up in the air for the 9-time World Champion. He recognizes that he is already seasoned and will have to hang up his helmet one day but before that happens he had a surprise that every Filipino will cherish. When the 2017 MotoGP season starts his YZR-M1 will have a sticker of the Filipino flag as he represents the country all over the world; this news was naturally received with deafening applause and cheers. He ended his remarks with an advice for his new teammate “Go Slow” a joke that made everyone laugh. Of course he said that remark was because of how much talent Maverick had and his admiration of how good the his new partner can really be.
After the press conference it was time for some action on the racetrack. This was the first time the public will witness the duo in action; they rode a specially designed Sniper 150 MXi that showcased MotoGP graphics and the riders’ signature monickers. Thousands were around the track and their appearance caused pandemonium because of the uncontainable excitement. When they finished their laps they greeted the Filipino crowd one last time as they stood alongside Yamaha Motor Philippines President – Toru Osugi to declare the Yamaha Grand Prix 8 officially open.
Valentino and Maverick waved to their fans when they bid farewell as their eyes glistened because of the joy that they had given and received. It was an unforgettable experience for everyone and for Valentino and Maverick to have their hearts Revved by the Filipino people is a milestone that is absolutely astonishing.
Now it’s time for Valentino Rossi and Maverick Viñales to show the world how their partnership exemplifies the Excellence of Yamaha Racing.
It’s time to see how Legends are made.