Monday, July 20, 2009

Motolite supports 400cc champion Aries Padiernos


MOTOLITE Motorcycle Batteries has announced its support for champion biker Aries Padiernos, who currently holds an unbroken chain of 18 straight victories in the 400cc class. A veteran in his field, the 35-year old Padiernos has won numerous titles in the course of his racing career, most notably the 2008 BRC National Formula 400cc Open Class Champion, 2006 Motorcycle Grand Prix Formula 400cc Champion, 2005 Motorcycle Grand Prix 400cc Unlimited Champion, and the 2004 Casino Filipino Grand Prix Superbike Novice Racer Champion.
 
An intense competitor, Padiernos hopes his victories could serve as stepping stones for international motorcycle competitions that will bring pride and glory to the Philippines. With only one more race to go in the 2009 season, he expects to finish as the 2009 Champion for the National Formula 400cc Race.

Padiernos is an avid biker and is active as president of the Wacky Riders Motorcycle Club, a group of reputable businessmen who are motorcycle enthusiasts. He is also a ride commander with the AMDG Motorcycle Club and a chief instructor at the BMW Riding Clinic.

MOTOLITE is the leading brand in the local automotive battery market. Boasting the latest advances in battery technology, Motolite motorcycle batteries provide motorcyclists with safe, reliable and long-lasting batteries. Motolite’s new 12-volt motorcycle batteries have been infused with Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) Technology for greater fluid retention and longer life. AGM technology also makes the batteries more versatile, as they can now be installed at any angle required by the make and model of the motorcycle – even upside down if needed.  
 
Motolite batteries are manufactured by Philippine Batteries, Inc. (PBI), the largest manufacturer, exporter and distributor of automotive, motorcycle and industrial battery products and solutions in the Philippines. Its 18-hectare fully integrated facility in Sta. Maria, Bulacan, is one of the largest and most modern battery manufacturing facilities in Southeast Asia. It also has the country’s only ISO 14001-certified, environmentally-compliant recycling facility, the second biggest in Asia.

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