I know it’s been a long time from my last blog post entry, but hopefully this time I’ll be able to share more often and produce more entry about road safety, and group riding tips. Meantime, I really wanna say regards and ride safe to all my fellow rider and friends who joined today’s RRC […]
Before anything else, I would like to recognize the presence of following members from yesterday’s Tambay Night : 1. William Villadores2. Alfred Santos3. Micheal Doneza4. Lance Hizon5. Kevin Pedron6. Eugene Sibug7. Byan Quinzanos8. Mwie Uragon9. Bobby Osida (Aspirant)10. Snifer Fred Gangoso11. Sarito Pogoso12. Richard De Leon13. Ferdz14. Rico Supetran15. Jhong Medina16. Marty Guevara17. Roy T. […]
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 […]
uot;https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1647029295542214.1073741833.1566889703556174&type=3″ data-width=”500″> 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 […]
quot;https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10202413944989296″ data-width=”466″> Post by RG Nauj Solrak Opmaco. 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 […]
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.