Yamaha Motor Philipines (YMPH) recently took more than 200 Yamaha Club members on a scenic touring ride from Davao City to the pristine waters of Dahican beach in Mati, Davao Oriental through another installment of their Yamaha Rev Camp.
The riders took-off early morning in Davao City for a 4-hour leisurely ride to Menzi Beach Park and Campsite in Dahican. Everyone had to contain their excitement as they followed the 30 kilometer per hour speed limit within the City of Davao. As the convoy reached Panabo, the riders had the opportunity to open up their throttles and enjoy the open road flanked by tall palm trees. The twisty mountain roads of Mati also served as treat, having a beautiful ocean view in the horizon. Some just had to stop to take time taking in the scenery. One attraction in the area is the view of an island the locals call “sleeping dinosaur” as its sshaape resembles that of a giant reptile sprawled on the sea.
Upon arriving at the venue, the guests were greeted by colorful tents and a sumptous lunch feast. Yamaha facilitated some friendly games before giving everyone some free time in the afternoon. At the dinner party, a Motoworld representative raffled off some of their products. Motoworld is a motorcycle gear and apparel retail chain currently operating in Luzon and Visayas. However, they announced during the event that they will be opening two new outlets in Davao City and one in Cagayan De Oro by first quarter next year.
Yamaha also presented the recently launched TFX 150 to their loyal customers. A video presentation highlighted the features of the newest addition to Yamaha’s line-up. After which, live entertainment ensued to the delight of those in attendance.
To know more about Yamaha Rev Camp and Yamaha Club, visit www.yamaha-motor.com.ph
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