The best part about going on a road trip is the experience you won’t get in the confines of an urban setting. Out here in the countryside of the Philippines lies breathtaking scenes, wide open roads, and cultural landmarks. The Visayas edition of Tour De Rev offered all these and more. But what makes the ride better? Being together. An exclusive collection of more than 40 riders came together to take in the natural wonders of the country and share with one another their passion for motorcycles while building an unforgettable bond.

A trip that is well over 1,300Km in 3 days gives you more than enough time to create lasting memories. When you’re on the road the conditions are always unpredictable which makes it that much more exciting. There are stretches that test your strength, patience, and ability. The best part about that is you get to do it alongside your fellow riders. the Yamaha Club continues to personify the unity through riding. A privilege that is empowered by passion. Their journey was in no way short, going around the cities of Maasin, Ormoc, Tacloban, BayBay, Borongan, Calbayog and Catbalogan. And the way there? A rider’s paradise, lengthy roads, and sweet turns. And at the end of the day you get to share a meal, stories, and even bunk together. A solid trip that made every second worth it.

Marking the last tour for the year, awardees for this leg were announced and they were:
• Chief Rider Award – Celso Pgsuyuin
• Best in Leadership Award – Mylene Santos
• Fearless Biker Award – Lady Jane Calesa
• Best Rider Award – Reyno Villagomez
• Pinakamapormang Rider Award – Lord Dinno Tan

After completing this seasons tour, it’s back to the drawing board for the Yamaha Club for the 2019 edition which is mere months away. After a great year, the next one will deliver the same, if not more, excitement.