The tour is officially called Kaabo TourESmo Electric Scooter Tour which targets a total of 2,468 kms, involving Metro Manila (136 kms), North Luzon (608 kms), South Luzon (629 kms), Visayas (576 kms) and Mindanao (519 kms).
The event to also test the mettle of Kaabo electric scooters primarily aims to promote the use of electric mobility while showcasing beautiful sceneries in the Philippines.
“Our vision hopes to promote electric mobility as we reach municipality halls, provincial capitals, and major tourist spots in the country,” said Eugene Martinez, owner and president of Ekstreme Scooters, the country’s pioneer in electric scooter service repair shop, and which exclusively distributes Kaabo scooters.
According to the detailed plan, two riders using Kaabo Wolf X and Wolf Plus will travel at least 210 kms per day with two extra batteries per scooter. One ride can go as far as 70 kms per battery, with every rider estimated to spend nine hours per day riding.
The tour starts this Sunday (March 14) at 0 Kilometer in Luneta, Metro Manila, in North Luzon on April 4, South Luzon on April 25, the Visayas leg on May 16, and the final Mindanao leg on May 23.
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