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Cleanfuel is opening a motocross park in Silang, Cavite

It will sit on a 10,000sq-m property just 10 minutes away from Tagaytay

It’s located at the back of the Cleanfuel station in Silang. PHOTO FROM CLEANFUEL

Now that the Kaybiang Tunnel is off limits to “tourists” or motorcycle riders who just go to the place to take selfies, may we suggest a new destination for two-wheelers? What you see here is the soon-to-open Cleanfuel Motocross Park in Silang, Cavite. It’s situated on a 10,000sq-m property next to the fuel company’s station there, with the entrance to be located at the back of said station. It’s estimated to be a 10-minute drive from Tagaytay City.

Target opening is end of May, assuming nothing gets in the way of its construction (like, you know, an unprecedented rise in coronavirus cases). It will offer motorcycles and gear for rent, but visitors may definitely bring their own bikes. For everyone’s safety, Cleanfuel promises the presence of marshals and medics.

Will they finish the park by May this year? Let’s see. PHOTOS FROM CLEANFUEL

According to Cleanfuel marketing head Kris Lim, entry fees could be P1,000 per adult rider and P500 per junior rider (85cc and below). He clarifies, however, that nothing is final yet.

“The whole park can also be exclusively rented,” Lim adds.

Kenneth San Andres will be the park’s riding instructor. PHOTO FROM CLEANFUEL

Accomplished motorcycle rider Kenneth San Andres will serve as the facility’s “resident riding instructor,” Lim reveals.

At the moment, the constructors are working on the track and its lounges, shower rooms, and café. We will update you once we get more information about the park. For inquiries, you may call (0917) 810-0167 and (0998) 585-4542, or e-mail [email protected].

Vernon B. Sarne

Vernon is the founder and editor-in-chief of VISOR. He has been an automotive journalist since July 1995. He became one by serendipity, walking into the office of a small publishing company and applying for a position he had no idea was for a local car magazine. God has watched over him throughout his humble journey. He writes the ‘Spoiler’ column.