Yamaha PH offers online motorcycle classes

Ever since the pandemic, companies by and large have shifted to the digital platform to reach to their target market. This is also their way to boost their cause. Such is the case of the local arm of Yamaha.

Yamaha Philippines recently launched the digital version of the Yamaha Safety Riding Program—its advocacy toward safe and proper riding etiquette.

Fit for the new normal scenario, the Yamaha Safe Riding Science Program has turned its face-to-face seminars into digital webinars.

Yamaha Safety Riding program
Yamaha Safety Riding program

Now running for more than two decades, the Yamaha Safe Riding Science Program has initiated hundreds of activities across the archipelago—equipping riders with the right information and knowledge at no extra cost.

Be it beginners, experienced riders, Yamaha club groups, aspiring riders, mothers, couples, company employees, traffic enforcers, and even military personnel, the Yamaha Safe Riding Science Program has reached out to numerous riders

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2004 Yamaha Road Star XV17AS/C

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It’s time to hit the open road and have some adventures.

Welcome to Motorious’ Motorcycle Monday, where we highlight an interesting ride from our inventory for your consideration. If you’re a fan of big cruiser motorcycles but aren’t so keen on Harley-Davidson, or you’re just looking for a solid deal, this Yamaha Road Star XV17AS/C is definitely worth looking over. It has that classic look so many love, plus it’s renowned for being a low-hassle and low-cost ride to keep around.

White fenders and fuel tank are offset by plenty of black and chrome trim, so no one element is absolutely dominating the appearance. Some people want a sinister ride, but this one will appeal to someone wanting more balance.  You’ll note the large headlight is flanked by two spot lamps, which are both LEDs.

Onboard is a 1670cc V-Twin carbureted

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