Welcome to Underbone Tuner

Underbone tuner is a free online magazine exclusively for underbone motorcycles. We have the latest updates on underbone racing events for dirt or road circuit racing. We have the latest race results, race pictures and race videos. We also cover bike shows, bike meets, bike rallies and community activities organized by bikers. We also have our Featured bikes section, where we showcase our readers rides. We also have featured shops section where you can get more information about underbone bike shops in Visayas and Mindanao.

Underbone Tuner also conducts product reviews through our Featured Products section. We can make articles about motorcycle parts & accessories for bike show and racing related applications. We also do features on safety riding equipment like helmets, race armor, jackets, leather suits, boots, etc. We also do features on motorcycle oils, tires, exhausts systems. If it is related to motorcycles we can help you promote it.

This website is dedicated to all underbone enthusiasts, this our life, this is our passion,this is our sport, this is who we are. We live for speed, adrenaline and excitement on the track. Thats the ultimate driving force behind underbone tuner.

If you have any underbone related events like bike shows, tours, bike meets and racing that you want us to cover, feel free to contact us anytime 24 hours a day 7 days a week. see our contact info on the left panel of the website. We do comprehensive event coverage which include Photos, Videos and article creation.

Underbone Tuner now covers CEBU, DAVAO, NEGROS, BACOLOD, ILOILO, CAGAYAN, LEYTE, DUMAGUETE,
OLONGAPO, ISABELA, VALENZUELA, BULACAN, PAMPANGA, MANDALUYONG, and Metro MANILA.

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Saturday, January 24, 2015

US1 Scooter Club: Modified Yamaha MIO Amore

For this week we are featuring a Modified Yamaha MIO Amore built with hard work
and patience by Archie Lamberte of US1 Scooter Club.  Archie has been working as a seaman
for 7 years as a chief cook and during his tours last year he got inspiration
to modify his old Yamaha MIO Amore Archie wanted to achieve the 3 headlight look
like the MIO Soul 4. After that he installed "Bikers" accessories to enhance the look
of the bike.  He also wanted to show-case the engine thus he opted to go for the naked
drag scoot look. One of the challenges  he encountered during his bike build was integrating
parts not for the Yamaha MIO. He used grab bar carriers from a Kawasaki KLX150,
a step board from a Yamaha Fino and a rear footrest for a Kawasaki KSR110.
He had to custom machine to merge them flawlessly with the scoot's overall
concept.

Archie outsourced his parts and accessories from DDM Motor Parts and ZIPP Racing Motors.
Underscoot Zone helped him with the engine modifications.  While his friends Gelvin
Deiparine and Joshua Villarias helped him with the build and assembly. The sleek
paint job was with the help of Alexander Pada and the flame airbrush art was
by Franco Harbay Jagape. For the lighting works he was assisted by FX Mode
Allan Fernandez.









Sunday, January 11, 2015

Twin Build: Two-stroke Bikes of Mayhem from Isabela

For this month we are opening the year 2015 with a BANG as we have something special as we are featuring 2 truly unique and special bikes. Both are rolling masterpieces of metal fabrication art like no other you have ever seen.

 The bikes are conceptualized, designed and built by Johnie Rey Nabua and his very talented team. Johnie is an IT graduate currently working for an LGU of Alicia Isabela he also manages JRD Computerz and graphix. He started building bikes since 2007 when he decided to modify an old Yamaha RS100 that was in junk condition and make it into his show bike project.

 People doubted him from the start and thought that he was out of his mind to work on such a difficult project. But Johnie proved them wrong little by little in a span of a year he would go on to unveil his creation back in 2008 when he joined his first bike show in Cauayan City Isabela. The bike simply blew peoples minds.

 Johnie has a truly unique style of building bikes. He simply blazes a path that only a few dare follow. He does not rely on pricey after market parts but he uses common bike/car parts salvaged from junk. He sees the parts in a different way and enhances them through custom fabrication and machining.

Just checkout his mind blowing work below.

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Monday, October 27, 2014

The 2014 Mayor Teresa Alegado Motorcycle competition and Car Show

Underbone Tuner was on the scene for the biggest bike show competition in Cebu. The 2014 Mayor Teresa Alegado Motorcycle competition. For this year they integrated a Car show exhibit.  The bike show attracted a record breaking number of participants it was simply the biggest in Cebu.  The event attracted bike builders from all over Cebu and Mindanao.

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