While the rest of the riding communities are staying home, groups of good-spirited owners of Honda motorcycles and scooters braved the prevailing pandemic by reaching out to the medical frontliners who badly needed support in some parts of the country.
According to Honda Philippines, Inc. (HPI), members of the Honda BeAT Fi scooter clubs from Batangas, Cebu and even as far as Surigao City banded together, pooled their resources before sounding off to their friends for the conduct of a food drive intended for medical frontliners in their respective areas.
Using their tiny but reliable BeAT Fi scooters, these Good Samaritans made rounds in the different hospitals and other health centers to provide snacks to doctors and nurses attending to COVID-19 patients on a 24/7 basis.
While strictly observing health protocols drafted by HPI for the different Honda motorcycle clubs, among those that provided aid to the medical professionals and their support groups was the Honda BeAT Fi Surigao Club. This was followed by the Cebu XRM Riders Club that delivered food to frontliners stationed at the Balamban-Cebu City boundary.
Aside from the health guidelines, HPI is consistent in giving the Honda motorcycle owners simple maintenance tips to keep their units in tip-top shape.
Meanwhile, the members of the Honda Click Game Changer of the Philippines had their own piece of the action. This group of civic-minded riders rushed to the victims of a fire incident that gutted the Gloria V Subdivision in Quezon City last July. Several residents lost their homes in that incident that occurred while the entire nation is wrestling with the health crisis brought about by the coronavirus.
These club-initiated charity activities was commended by HPI president Susumu Mitsuishi, saying that such noble undertakings are in line with the “One Dream” campaign of Honda Motors company.
Kudos to these riders!