GSXRS 150 Riders Club Philippines: Owners, Riders and Conquerors
Date posted on April 29, 2020
Established in October 2017 in Metro Manila, the GSXRS Riders Club is one of the nicest clubs around the metro. Mr. Gilbert Ignacio is the founder and currently the President of GSXRS Riders Club Philippines.
When Suzuki released the GSX Series in the Philippines, it looked like a sports and naked type of bike. Mr. Ignacio created a group page in Facebook and that’s when he began to set an eyeball or meet and greet with the members. Eventually the group grew with members from different parts of the country.
More than 300 members already joined in the club’s different chapters nationwide including Metro East, Metro West, Quezon City and Camanava which was the main base of the club. There were also chapters in the provinces of CALABARZON, Bicol Region, Visayas and Mindanao.
GSXRS Rider Club conducts charity events. One was for the children in Nagcarlan, Laguna. Members provided school supplies, used clothes, food and more. They are also participating in government events, Fire Prevention Brigade and PNP Safety Riding seminars. This club continues to get more achievements while helping those who are in need.
If you would like to join GSXRS Club, you have to have your own GSX-150 motorcycle and you must fulfill at least two eyeball/general assembly and two group rides.
Club’s shoutout and message: “If you own a Suzuki GSX-R150 or GSX-S150, you are very welcome to join our club. Let’s share ideas together about motorcycles especially the GSX-150 series. Welcome to the family of GSXRS Riders Club Philippines! Ride safe and God bless us all!
This was published in InsideRACING Magazine’s 2019 Volume 17 Number 8 issue
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