Motorcycles have become a very indispensable tool during the pandemic. Citizens, like those at risk, seniors, or under the age of 21 have turned to motorcycle couriers to deliver essentials to them. Delivery riders have practically become their lifeline in these difficult times.

It isn't just motorcycle delivery riders that have been helping those in need. Members of motorcycle clubs have organized various projects to help those striken by calamities, lost livelihood, supporting the frontliners.

Motorcycle clubs help their members affected by the COVID lockdown imageHonda Click club at the evacuation area for the Gloria V subdivision fire victims in Quezon City.

In Quezon City, the Honda Click Game Changer Philippines club has initiated a charity program, organizing charity rides to deliver essentials and relief goods to the victims of the Gloria V Fire in Quezon City that happened on July 7, 2020. The fire razed houses that left hundreds of families homeless. Now in evacuation centers, these families received vital supplies care of the club.


Motorcycle clubs lend a hand during the pandemic image

The long lockdown and its many restrictions on which businesses can operate have left some in shambles or forced others to close entirely, leaving some people out of work and livelihood. Living up to the camaradie among brothers on two wheels, the Honda BeAT Fi Owners Club Surigao Chapter, a motorcycle club of BeAT Fi Riders, used their members and their motorcycles to bring food packs to their co-members who were affected by the pandemic. 

In Cebu, the Cebu XRM Riders Club initiated a food drive to deliver snacks to the frontliners in Balamban-Cebu City boundary last April, which was their way of giving back to the modern-day heroes for their sacrifices.

These Motorcycle clubs show how the community of Honda owners continues to encourage riders to help and share the meaning of community with its “One Dream” campaign, which aims to inspire fulfill the dreams of Filipino riders through the joy of mobility.