Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation (PSPC), the marketer of Shell brand of fuel and oil products, held its annual Bike Fair 2017. Now on its 3rd consecutive year, the festivity’s Manila Leg was celebrated at the World Trade Center in Pasay City.
With over 860,000 registered motorcycle riders (according to Industry Government Online) on the road, PSPC sees the importance of bikers in the motorists’ daily lives. That’s why they spearheaded a celebration that aims to delight riders, enthusiasts, and bike club members alike.
The Bike Fair 2017 Manila Leg was a witness to a night of music from bands like Imago, Go Girls, Northdrive, Skylight, and Parokya ni Edgar. Famous celebrities such as Max Collins, Jackie Rice, Andrea Torres, Roxanne Barcelo, Sam Pinto, and Bella Padilla were also present in the event to entertain the attendees.
Moreover, motorcycle clubs were given special prizes, while a Yamaha Aerox, a Suzuk Raider, and a Honda CBR 150 were raffled off to 3 lucky winners to cap off the festival.
Also highlighted in the Bike Fair 2017 are Shell Advance Motor Oils and the improved Shell V-Power that delivers both performance and efficiency. These 2 products promise to accompany riders in taking on different road challenges such as traffic, pollution, and harsh weather conditions.
The Manila Leg is the final chapter of this year’s Bike Fair, with Regional Legs held last June 24 in Baguio, July 15 in Legazpi, and August 12 in Cebu. If you missed the chance to attend any of these dates, don’t fret. The Bike Fair is an annual affair and we’ll surely keep you posted of the dates next year.
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