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SPORTS

Kibo Africa give riders a treat

UNIQUE SPORTS By Standard Sports | June 19th 2021
Participants during the fans' fun bike ride event in Nairobi on June, 19 2021. [Courtesy]

Kibo Africa on Saturday held the inaugural fans’ fun bike ride event in Nairobi.

The event which attracted over 50 motorcycle enthusiasts was flagged off by the company’s CEO Huib Van De Grijspaarde at Boma Business Park.

The bikers rode along a select route that took them through the Southern Bypass to Ngong Hills via the scenic Champaign Ridge before returning to Nairobi. 

According to Van De Grijspaarde, the event was designed to give the fans a feel of Kibo bikes in various terrains and educate them on how best to maximize their bikes.

“Kibo motorcycles has invested heavily invested in research, innovation and customer service to ensure we provide well engineered motorbikes complemented with easily accessible after-sales support for our customers,” said Van De Grijspaarde.

After the ride the bikers were hosted to a luncheon at the Carnivore Grounds where they got a chance to mingle and chat with professionals in the industry. The participants were also taken through different safety drills.

Kibo Africa CEO Huib Van De Grijspaarde flags off the fans’ fun bike ride event at Boma Business Park, Nairobi on June 19 2021. [Courtesy]
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