Yamaha Motor Philippines Inc. introduces MotoGymkhana Competition

  • YAMAHA Holds Its first ever MotoGymkhana  Competition

Yamaha Motor Philippines Inc. introduces a new style of racing with the MotoGymkhana; a time trial sport in which riders compete to maneuver in the shortest time through a course restricted by traffic cones or other obstacles. The competition was held at SM City Sta.Rosa and had 6 categories:

1. The Automatic Category : open to all riders
2. Underbone Open : open to all riders
3. SZ Category : for beginners
4. FZ Category : for beginners
5. TFX150 Group A : for beginners
6. TFX 150 Group B : for intermediate and expert riders

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By using Yamaha Motorcycles which are of Global Standard, riders maximized their potential by using techniques of acceleration, braking, handling, and weight transfer during the tournament. Riders are given one walk-through and two practice runs before their actual run. Their fastest time including any penalties from two attacks is used to determine the overall result.

The winners are:

Automatic Open Category
Champion – Christian Jose
2nd Place – Lyle Parica
3rd Place –Rashne Obligacion
Underbone Open Category
Champion – Luisito Sta Ana
2nd Place – Paul Mark Doblada
3rd Place – Raynan Reyes

All SZ Users Open Category – (Will compete on the National Finals on September)
Champion – Ronaldo Bautista
2nd Place – Jollie Resurreccion
3rd Place – Lester Kenneth Lorenzo

All FZ Users Open Category – (Will compete on the National Finals on September)
Champion – Maverick Azurin
2nd Place – Victor Azurin
3rd Place –Mike Bryan Pecayo

TFX150 Beginner Class
Champion – Carlos Alarcon
2nd Place – Jermel Sevilla
3rd Place –Jim Paulo Rabeza

TFX150 Expert Class – Will compete on the National Finals on September
Champion – Luisito Sta Ana
2nd Place – Mark Paul Doblada
3rd Place – Maverick Azurin

Yamaha will the take the Motogymkhana across the Philippines with legs in Visayas and Mindanao with the finals taking place Luzon.

Be part of history and witness a new era of competitive riding only with Yamaha.

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