Suzuki Philippines has made an entry in the Guinness World Record for the largest road safety lesson held at the World Trade Center in Manila, Philippines. It was a celebration event for a successful sales record of Raider R150 in 2016, sold 30,785 units, topping the Underbone 150cc category data of the MDPPA (Motorcycle Develpoment Program Participants Association, Inc.)
During the event 'Raider R150 Summit', thousands of Suzuki Raider R150 riders gathered outside of the World Trade Center in Pasay to highlight the lesson for road safety. With 4178 participants from more than 96 biking clubs all over the Philippines are gathered to support the brand and the Guinness World Records title was awarded by Guinness World Records adjudicator, Swapnil Dangarikar & witnesses to this were LTO Director for Law Enforcement Service, Francis Rey Almora, Motorsiklo Xklusibo’s Main Anchor, Edwin Go and, InsideRACING Magazine’s Editor-in-Chief, Al Camba at the event. The event went for a long day featuring games, raffles, free service, bike wash for the riders and dance performance events.
“Setting the Philippines in world history books is one achievement that is an honor for Suzuki to host and a Guinness World Records title for the Largest road safety lesson is a testament to this”, said Suzuki Philippines President, Hiroshi Suzuki.
“We would like to make a socially relevant record and the Guinness World Records title for Largest road safety lesson is the most fitted for Suzuki”, said Monch Bontogon, Marketing Manager for Motorcycle Marketing Department.
Source: Suzuki Philippines | Photograph: NPPA IMAGES