Originally known as a motorcycle helmet brand here in the Philippines, SEC Motosupply now provides a wide variety of motorcycle products and accessories that carry quality and affordability.
They first ventured in the motorcycle business way back in early 2013. We learned about them when the owner of the popular quality bags Secosana Bags approached InsideRACING for advertising. They initially started selling helmets and top boxes. They have since been regular advertisers and partners in our events like the IR Bike Festival and Trade Show, IR Nationwide Bikefests, IRGP and MotoIR.
Now the brand echoes the words “Safety, Endurance, Comfort” as well as ” quality over price“. SEC Motosupply now brings premium designed gears and accessories to fit the satisfaction of most local riders and motorcycle enthusiasts.
They now offer helmets made from lightweight yet sturdy materials that absorb impact force transmitted to the head, has compact dimension and effective ventilation to lower the amount of stress and strain transmitted to the riders neck for a well balanced comfort and performance.
They continue provide motorcycle top cases (Motobox) constructed with durable heavy-duty plastic and rear brackets perfect for all your multipurpose and “carry along” needs.
To further provide its customers the much needed reach, SEC Motosupply has expanded its product line with other motorcycle accessories and gears. SEC carries a wide array of quality and top performing brands such as SPRS gears, Nitek and Origine and Caberg brand helmets among others.
The German brand Nerve Jacket is now brought locally by SEC Motosupply. A professional bike apparel for race, touring and off road riding. Nerve also have motorcycle gloves that is specifically designed to provide extra comfort and ensures convenient use.
They have also embraced racing and local racers to promote their brands. They have supported many events like the IRGP, MotoIR, and recently, track days.
They also support the biggest stars in local racing including “Wonder Boy” McKinley Kyle Paz and ARRC winner ” The Chairman” Masato Fernando. SEC helmet even produces signature design helmets for these exceptional international riders.
Earlier this year, SEC Motosupply announced that they will conduct an event dubbed as “SEC ALL STAR TRACK DAY” that was supposed to happen last March 25, 2021 at the Carmona Race track open for anyone who purchased new racing suit from dates February 1 to March 23 and all current users of any SEC Motosupply Helmets: SEC, Origine, Axxis, Caberg, Scorpion, NITEK or SPRS suit but unfortunately due to Pandemic restrictions and protocols. It was postponed and will be moved to a later date when restriction eases up.
As for the “All Star” part, participants will be very lucky to be mentored by a group of local riding champs such as McKinley Kyle Paz, Masato Fernando, Kerwin Chang, Fritsy Claveria, J.E. Inguito, Paul Mark Doblada, Josh Tan and many more.
Being safe while riding a motorcycle need not to be expensive, but gears are important for all riders. Investing in riding gear is a must and SEC Motosupply offers that well balanced criteria for us riders. Safe, comfortable quality riding gears at affordable prices.
You may visit their showrooms and dealers or check out their Facebook Page.
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