RRC Tambayan Journal – August 06, 2015


Before anything else, I would like to recognize the presence of following members from yesterday’s Tambay Night :

1. William Villadores
2. Alfred Santos
3. Micheal Doneza
4. Lance Hizon
5. Kevin Pedron
6. Eugene Sibug
7. Byan Quinzanos
8. Mwie Uragon
9. Bobby Osida (Aspirant)
10. Snifer Fred Gangoso
11. Sarito Pogoso
12. Richard De Leon
13. Ferdz
14. Rico Supetran
15. Jhong Medina
16. Marty Guevara
17. Roy T. Diamoy
18. Joel Solis
19. Micah Dominguez
20. Jerwin Cruz

Back Riders
Mrs. Geneglen Villadores
Ms. Yeye

Outline of the Meeting:

I. Recognition of Members and Special Mention RRC Alabang Members

Traditionally in every Tambay Nights, it usually start with the introduction of members present and where’ they are from. Yesterday was a special night because we have visitors from RRC Alabang . These were:

Snifer Fred Gangoso
Sarito Pogoso
Richard De Leon
Jerwin Cruz

2. Request for Support of our RRC fellow member from Fairview – Allan Christopher Daluz


It was also tackled last night, the assistance request of our fellow member from RRC Fairview. The group have gathered Php500 for his sister-in-law and was turned over to Sir Rico Supetran.

3. RRC Batangas Chapter in the Making – Roving Tambay August 17, 2015 – Monday

4. Sharing Feedback from another club member from the J.P. Morgan Charity Ride

5. Review of the Activites for August 2015

6. Raffle


August 6, 2015 Thursday 7PM Onwards

Posted by The Qlick Rider on Friday, August 7, 2015

Kudos to MRO Cavite/South – Responsible Riding Seminar and Riding Development Program Graduates

I just want to CONGRATULATE our RRC members who completed the two (2) safety riding seminars from MRO – Motorcycle Right Organization.


Responsible Riding Seminar at Diego Mojica Elementary School

August 2, 2015

Robert mendoza
Eugene Sibug
Elfred lope
Roy Tugade Diamoy
Wenz rubio
Hagibis jun
Kevin Fren Perdon
Pau De Leon
Lance Hizon
William Villadores


Riding Development Program – Gen. Trias Cavite

July 28 and 29, 2015

Derfle Epol
William Villadores
Eugene Sibug

To all my RRC Brothers – Congratulations!

To MRO’s Seminars Organizers particularly to Cavite South …. Good Job Sirs! and more power!

A Trip to Makati to theThrottle Philippines Launch with RRC Lance Hizon

First App-based Interactive Motoring Magazine in the Philippines Kicks Off #throttlePHRead more: http://rider.qlickcafe.com

Posted by The Qlick Rider on Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Last July 25, 2015 – Saturday,  was a very tiring day because I’ve been driving my Rouser around Cavite as early as 6:30am in the morning and went home as late as 12:30am the following day from a launching of first interactive magazine – Throttle from Makati. It was really hot in the morning but when it was about 5pm it rain until end of the day.

Although it was a very busy day, Lance (RRC Member) and I had a good time traveling from Cavite – Sampaloc – Makati then back to Cavite because the exciting experience we went thru.

Despite of the bad weather and traffic that we went thru, we went home happy because we were able to have picture with one of the Philippines Rock Icon – Mr. Pepe Smith at the Throttle Philippines launch. We were also able to take pictures of Cafe Bike from Royal Enfield and Ducati’s Superbikes with their models as well.

Aside from that, we were able to have an interview with the Marketing Manager for Throttle Philippines – Ms. Nelby Oquendo and asked what is Throttle about.

Throttle Philippines, the first App-based interactive motoring magazine in the Philippines, recently kicked off in a testosterone packed party that saw the gathering of elite hardcore motorcycling clubs and muscle motorcycle displays. Proudly developed by an all-Filipino team, Throttle Philippines was built to give Filipinos everywhere a fast and easy access to the latest news and updates in the motoring industry.

“The motorcycle industry is growing very fast in the Philippines. We believe it will continue to grow and that saturation is still very far from happening,” says Nelby Oquendo. She added, “our team came out with Throttle Philippines because there is clearly a distribution challenge preventing good materials from reaching more readers. Application usage is highly ubiquitous in the Philippines, where there are about 18 free apps being installed every day, among them are 4 paid apps on an average. Apart from that, the Philippines is easily the the fastest growing smartphone market in the region, therefore, our advocacy to provide free information is highly doable.”

Throttle Philippines will be published monthly, with 12 issues a year. Throttle Philippines’ maiden issue coming out this August.

Throttle Philippines will feature 11 sections that promises easy-to-read features, covering well-known motorcyclists, local and international motorcycling events, safety riding tips, motorcycle fashion pictorials, latest top-of-the-line gadget reviews and upgrades, exciting ride destinations, and most of all, the latest two-wheeled machines that are sure to make waves in the market.


Hmmm, this sounds really interesting… a Motorcycle Magazine that is interactive and it FREE?  Yes, according to Ms. Nelby, Throttle Philippines can be downloaded FREE and available on both iOS (Apple) devices and Android devices and the content is fully functional offline.

The Importance of Motorcycle Riding Training

Unfortunately motorcycle accidents are a common occurrence and when they do happen they often lead to serious injuries. Knowledge of motorcycle safety riding is the only way to make sure that you are able to avoid an accident and a serious injury. This is why it is so important that you pay close attention to safety when you are riding a bike. One reason I’ve joined Rouser Riders Club, because they provide safety riding tips, orientation and training not only provided by the club but also by other respected organization like the MRO – Motorcycle Rights Organizations.

Continue reading The Importance of Motorcycle Riding Training

Brotherhood + Ride for A Cause


I would like to share my photo that i took last RFAC (Ride for A Cause) Mission last January 25, 2015 at Dao Elementary School in Cavite. RFAC, RRC and together with other clubs members, we were able to donate school supplies to the children/students of the school’s Day-Care to Grade 6 students.

Continue reading Brotherhood + Ride for A Cause

RRC Committee Election & Tambay Night – Cavite Chapter

The 2015 RRC Committee Election – Cavite Chapter

The 2015 RRC Committe Election in Cavite was peaceful and there were no reported casualties and ballot switching… (Just kidding!) LOL!
Continue reading RRC Committee Election & Tambay Night – Cavite Chapter

RRC January 29, 2015 Tambayan

Rouser Riders Club – Cavite welcomes  5 Aspirants

1) Rey Dela Rosa
2) Kevin Perdon
3) Rg William Villadores
4) Michael Acosta
5) Christopher Diamoy

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