Bike Festival

MOTORCYCLE parts and accessories brand, 4S1M along with hundreds of motorcycle enthusiasts and supporters gathered together in the recent 11th Annual Inside RACING Bike Festival & Trade Show (IRBFXI) held last March 24–26 at the World Trade Center-Metro Manila.

Filled with the 4S1M's latest offerings to the intensespirited riders, the 4S1M booth showcased their high performance motorcycle parts and accessories that both professional and amateur riders crave for. IRBFXI served as the perfect venue for the local brand as it was able to showcase its line of products to thousands of motorcycle owners, enthusiasts, custom shops, aftermarket parts and accessory suppliers, and retailers.

"The best part is that it brings everyone together," said Ronald Uy, 4S1M Yamaha Racing Team manager, when asked what he liked most about the team's participation in the touted biggest motorcycle trade show in Asia.

Apart from being wellknown for its high-grade racing parts, 4S1M also has its own dedicated and fully-supported racing team, 4S1M Yamaha Racing Team powered by BRT and Racing Force. Their passion for the sport is evident not only with their loyal patronage as participants in the Philippine Motorsports Championships: Motorcycle Racing Series, but also with the dedication of their racers - reflected in their past races having bagged a number of medals and trophies in the last few years.

This year, 4S1M Yamaha Racing Team will compete in the celebrated annual racing series which will kick off this April 2017. With the same commitment as their brand 4S1M, the team is set out to break their own records with high-performing parts to support their ride. 

Topics: Bike Festival , 4S1M , motorcycle , 11th Annual Inside RACING Bike Festival & Trade Show
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