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In the Club: Suzuki Big Bikers Club marks 10 years of camaraderie

In the Club: Suzuki Big Bikers Club marks 10 years of camaraderie

Conch Tiglao
Suzuki Big Bikers Club of the Philippines (SBB) recently celebrated its first decade of brother- and sisterhood. 

Last March 2, more than 70 Suzuki Big Bike riders gathered in the early morning for a ride that celebrated ten years of fellowship. The destination was Thunderbird Resorts Poro Point in San Fernando, La Union, a 285-km ride with a good mix of freeway cruising and twisties that underscored Suzuki Big Bikes’ power, performance, maneuverability and control. 

Founded in 2014, SBB was established with then-president and present consultant Edwin Matthew Cua in partnership with  Roscoe Odulio, VP for Sales and Marketing of Wheeltek Nationwide Corporation. The club was created alongside the dealer’s first successful sales of Suzuki big bikes in the country. Suzuki has always been the first motorcycle brand of choice by the Wheeltek group and this celebration highlighted the relationship even more.

With the stunning Santorini-inspired setting at Thunderbird Resorts Poro Point as a backdrop for the celebration, SBB club members enjoyed good food and music, as well as the company of awesome people. The occasion also saw new sets of officers ready to carry on SBB’s core values and advocacy. Announced were Joey Oriola as the new president, Marvin Chua as vice-president, Mhae Javier as officer-in-charge for SBB Makati and Ronald Marcaida as treasurer, with Edwin Cua as consultant. 

Present during the induction of officers are Wheeltek’s VP for Sales and Marketing Roscoe Odulio, Regional Manager Elmer Olayo, Assistant Manager Allan Panlibuton, Suzuki Big Bikes Calasiao Branch Manager Joel Ellao, Suzuki Big Bikes San Fernando Teth Rayos Del Sol together with Suzuki Executives and Officers headed by Joey Salavarria, Division Head for Motorcycle Sales and Marketing, Big Bikes Group Head Roland Raymundo and Big Bikes Supervisor Mary Ann Garcia. Media and vlogger friends also joined the festivities. They included Visor, RidePH, Motor ni Juan, InangMoto and Jet Lau Rider.

With over 100 members, SBB is one of the biggest Suzuki clubs for big bikes in the Philippines. The group has become instrumental to the growth and popularity of Suzuki Big Bikes in the country, and has also helped in spreading awareness of safety riding and extending help through charity rides over the years.

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