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Here are the rates of the Cleanfuel Motocross Park

Including entrance fee, dirt bike rentals, and coaching fees

Looking for a proper venue to hold motorcycle-riding events? PHOTO FROM CLEANFUEL

You already know about the Cleanfuel Motocross Park in Silang, Cavite. Not only did we report about it as early as March this year, but we also shared a teaser video just the other day. To be clear, this facility is not officially open yet. That’s understandable considering the pandemic we are all in and the occasional lockdowns our government is forced to impose for everyone’s safety.

According to Cleanfuel marketing head Kris Lim, the park is still going through some dry run. “The target opening is soon,” he told us. “Hopefully, next month.”

He then shared these photos of the facility:

Motorcycle riders, welcome to your new hangout. PHOTOS FROM CLEANFUEL

More important, he revealed the motocross park’s rates and fees, and we’re happy to pass them on to you in case you’re interested.


Adult and junior riders

  • P500 per rider (8am to 4pm)
  • P100 per succeeding hour


One (1) hour

  • Kawasaki KLX150/140/KX65 – P1,500
  • Yamaha PW50 – P1,000

Two (2) hours

  • Kawasaki KLX150/140/KX65 – P2,500
  • Yamaha PW50 – P1,700

Four (4) hours

  • Kawasaki KLX150/140/KX65 – P3,500
  • Yamaha PW50 – P2,300

Six (6) hours

  • Kawasaki KLX150/140/KX65 – P4,000
  • Yamaha PW50 – P3,000


Advanced or basic

  • Solo 4-hour coaching – P7,500
  • Group (3 to 7) 4-hour coaching – P3,500 per rider
  • Coach – Kenneth San Andres



  • Whole day (8am to 4pm) – P70,000
  • With marshals


  • Whole day (8am to 4pm) – P120,000
  • With marshals
Let Kenneth San Andres show you how to not look like an idiot on social media. PHOTOS FROM CLEANFUEL

We imagine this place to be hosting events in the motorcycle community. It’s also easy to picture it as a favorite hangout of riders who are looking for a safe venue in which to hone their skills or just have fun. If you have a need that falls under either of these categories, 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.