147 km/l record shatters the existing story of the Yamaha Sight Safe Run

Manila’s record of 129km/L and Cagayan De Oro’s 133km/L were wiped out by the Bicolanos. Following the first leg of Yamaha Sight Safe Run in Rizal is another record-breaking story took place in in Legazpi, Albay.

This competition let the riders feel the fuel-efficiency at its finest, showcasing the motorcycle that is specially designed for high performance with low fuel cost. Aside from this, Yamaha Sight Safe Run also promotes safety in motorcycle riding and handling which is important to make the rider more responsible in the road. They will experience the right amount of efficiency and a proper way of riding with Yamaha Sight.

Through the partnership of Yamaha Motor Philippines and Motortrade, the 2nd leg had 32 participants with their own Yamaha Sight. And to make the competition more transparent and bona fide, the Adventure Team Philippines was the one who organized and computed the fuel consumption as they pioneered this kind of contest in the motorcycle industry.

The 174km route started at the Yamaha 3S Shop Legazpi going to Petron Tobaco with a 26.3km ride, then 60.7 km to Yamaha 3S Shop Iriga. After this point, looped back to the takeoff area.The Yamaha Sight Saferun resulted in a groundbreaking result with 18-year-old rider, Miguel Ocinar breaking the record with his 147km/L consumption. He was followed by Christian Samar with 116km/L and Arnold Lingas with 114km/L. In the media category, Brando Rosales from MotoPinas.com snatched the 1st place with his record of 112km/L. Joining him in the podium are the representatives of C! Magazine, Maynard Marcelo and Randy Silva-Netto.

A new record in the Yamaha Sight Safe Run has been set in Legazpi. See if it can be broken at the 3rd leg in Naga this coming May 19,2019.

YAMAHA SIGHT SAFE RUN TOP 3 FINISHERS:

PLACE NAME RECORD
1ST Miguel Ocinar 147.46km/L
2nd Christian Samar 116km/L
3rd Arnold Lingas 114.47km/L

YAMAHA SIGHT SAFE RUN TOP 3 MEDIA FINISHERS:

PLACE NAME RECORD
1ST Brando Rosales (MotoPinas.com) 112.26km/L
2nd Maynard Marcelo (C! Magazine) 110.83km/L
3rd Randy Silva-Netto (C! Magazine) 103.57km/L