Fuel-efficiency record set at Yamaha Sight Saferun

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The Yamaha Sight Saferun record established in Manila (129 km/l) then broken in Cagayan de Oro (133km/l) was shattered in Legazpi, Albay with 147 km/l. 

This competition let the riders feel the fuel efficiency at its finest, showcasing a motorcycle especially designed for high performance with low fuel consumption. Aside from this, Yamaha Sight Saferun also promotes safety in motorcycle riding and handling which is important to make the rider more responsible on the road.

A partnership of Yamaha Motor Philippines and Motortrade, run’s second leg had 32 participants about their own Yamaha Sight units. And to make the competition more transparent, Adventure Team Philippines organized and computed the fuel consumption test as they pioneered this kind of contest in the motorcycle industry.

The 174-km route started at the Yamaha 3S Shop Legazpi going to Petron Tobaco after a 26.3-km ride, then 60.7 km to Yamaha 3S Shop Iriga. After this point, the convoy 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 won first place with his record of 112km/l. Joining him in the podium were representatives of C! Magazine, Maynard Marcelo and Randy Silva-Netto.


1STMiguel Ocinar147.46 km/l
2ndChristian Samar116 km/l
3rdArnold Lingas114.47 km/l


1STBrando Rosales (MotoPinas.com)112.26km/l
2ndMaynard Marcelo (C! Magazine)110.83km/l
3rdRandy Silva-Netto (C! Magazine)103.57km/l

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