Welcome to Underbone Tuner

Underbone tuner is a free online magazine for Underbones, Scooters, Backbones and occasionally we might squeeze in a big bike or two . We have been covering small motorcycles modifying culture for over 8 years already and still counting. We have the latest updates/news on motorcycle racing events from all over the country such as circuit, motocross, flat track, endurance, trail and supermoto. We cover motorshows from all over the country. We cover the latest bike launches and the latest trends in bike modifying culture.

But at the core of Underbone Tuner is the bike modifying / customizing culture. We scour the country for the best motorcycle builders/modifiers. We feature the owners of these amazing bikes and the talented teams and individuals behind these bikes. We give you the story behind those builds and hopefully we inspire others to keep this fascinating culture alive.

This website is dedicated to all motorcycle enthusiasts, this our life, this is our passion, this is who we are. We may be riding different bikes but we share the same fascination and love for motorcycles. We are all brothers in two wheels.


Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Yamaha Club Grand Eyeball Cebu - Gallery 2

The event was attended by  riders from Yamaha Fino Club Cebu, United Sniper Club of Cebu,
South Scooter Club,All Mio Club Cebu,SZ16 Riders of Cebu,Yamaha Cebuana Club,Soul i Exclusive Team Cebu, Mio MXi Cebu,FZ16 Club Cebu Philppines,Mio Elite Scooter Cebu, Vega force Riders Pack, Tribu Del Mio De Bohol,  Street Monarch Sniper Club Bohol, and R15 CEBU CLUB. During the event the participants enjoyed a sumptuous dinner buffet. After that the program ensued starting with the presentation of the Blue  Core technology along with the Mio i 125 and Soul i 125. After that the Mr. Soul i 125 and Ms. Mio i 125 competition took place which was won by Patrica Mae Mendoza and Lemuel Englis. A Yamaha Slalom and Chidori contest also took place, then after that the participating riders also got the chance to show off their motorcycles in the custom contest that had two themes, the Retro look which was won by Paulino Napatang Jr. and the Vibrant look that was won by Jhingle Alutaya with her Hello Kitty themed Vega Force.

This gathering went beyond the simple joys of coming together of people who shared the same interests and lifestyle, it is a culmination of individuals who share the same passion A community, a family, a club that reminds everyone that riding is living and only Yamaha Revs your Heart.

For more details about the event catch it on the pages of Inside Racing Magazine.

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Yamaha Club Grand Eyeball Cebu - Gallery 1

Yamaha Philippines held its Yamaha Club Grand Eyeball last September 5, 2015 at Cafe Racer Diner Cebu. The Grand Eyeball had a Retro theme hence they dubbed it as "Revtro a Classic Congregation Grand Eyeball".  It was certainly the perfect setting as Cafe Racer is Classic themed diner inspired by Cafe Racer Culture and 24 hour diners that dominated the US highways during the 70s and 80s.  It is one of the favorite hangouts of bikers and car enthusiasts in Cebu. The Yamaha event celebrated the camaraderie among Yamaha riders. Over 500 Yamaha Club members took part in the event. A testament to Yamaha's mission to unite riders from all walks of life.

During the event the participants were greeted by Yamaha Sales and Marketing Director, Mr. Kaoru Ogura who shared his gratitude to the riders for their support and cooperation as well as being a symbol of Yamaha’s excellence on the road during his opening remarks. Visayas Sales Manager,  Mr. Carlo Monterola also gave his thanks and said that this was a fulfillment of a promise which was made during last year’s grand eyeball.

One of the biggest highlights of the event was the surprise introduction of the Yamaha Sniper 150 MXi which was an epic climax of the night. The new motorcycle was driven into a crowd of eagerly awaiting Yamaha Club riders. This brought wild cheers from the crowd, it was received with a warm and chaotic excitement. The riders wasted no time getting up close and personal with the highly anticipated version of the Sniper, the riders were literally awestruck after seeing the bike in the flesh. They were pretty excited to know the juicy technical details about the bike.

For more details about the event catch it on the pages of Inside Racing Magazine.

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Estrella Galicia MotoGP Inspired Yamaha Vega Force form Cebu City

For this week we are featuring an Estrella Galicia MotoGP Inspired Yamaha Vega Force.
The bike is owned by Larrie Badilla a lead security officer of Convergys.
Larrie has long been fascinated by MotoGp and bike modification.
He is one of the founding members of Vega Force Riders Pack Cebu, after
joining the club he was further motivated in taking his bike modifications
to the next level.

Going into the bike Larrie started with the bold team colors the bright blue
and orange colors. The high quality paint job was done by Ryan Saavedra.
After that he did the decals layout himself together with the
help of Maryjan Mae Cablinan. The bike uses custom made fiberglass line beam garnishes
and the front boomerang/wing which was done by Lando Fiber works in Cebu.

The bike also uses Trusty front shocks and Nicetect Rearshocks for the suspension.
To increase stopping power he used Minchin Big Disk rotor. To get into
the MotoGp feel of the bike he used Yamaha Rear sets. For the line beam lens he
had them blacked out to achieve a meaner look to accompany the racing theme.

For more details about the bike catch it on the pages of Inside Racing Magazine.
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Friday, October 30, 2015

Kanji the Prismatic Hyper Underbone Showbike from Sipalay City

For this week we are featuring a "Millennium Japanese Underbone Bike" inspired Raider 150. The bike is owned by Lovely Kailah Lademora a member of Suzuki Owners Club Team Pilipinas. The bike is basically inspired by Japan's underworld custom car culture hence they dubbed it the “Kanji”. Staying true to its theme they took on a Japanese approach on how they could make a dominant underbone such us the Raider stand out even more. So the crew behind it gave it a prismatic pink chrome finish just like the head turning Lambo's or Domestic Supercars in Tokyo with their chrome body paint giving this prismatic effect when any kind of light strikes it.

The Team Behind the Bike are the most trusted friends of Kailah specially the Suzuki Owners Club Sipalay Chapter and Team Ekiong Sy headed by Erickson Gaite of Dumaguete City. Their help was crucial in making the “Show Bike” build a success. The challenges faced by the team was the shipping and ordering of parts as they only used top of the line parts which would match their theme. The integration of the parts was also a challenge as they wanted all the components to adhere seamlessly to the overall concept of the bike.
For more details about the bike catch it on the pages of Inside Racing Magazine.
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Modified Bikes: The Skygo Pony Cafe Racer

For this week we have something special for Cafe Racer Junkies out there. The bike we our featuring is a modified Skygo Pony styled into a sleek Cafe Racer one of the exhibit bikes for Skygo as it tours the different malls in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.

The Pony Cafe Racer project began with Skygo CEO Mr. David Ian C. King's interest in the cafe racer genre. Supported by the presence of the local custom culture, which is nowadays gaining increasing popularity. “Our Pony is the most customizable bike, a bike that was proposed by IBP's and it is selling very fast, especially among the IBP's. This means that our IBP's truly know what our market needs,” said Ryan Tan Yu, product development officer of Skygo.


The Pony Cafe Racer project was meant to showcase the Skygo Pony as a versatile platform for bike modifiers in our country which is a rapidly growing every year. The timeless classics are making a roaring comeback, theres just something about classic styled bikes that makes it transcend across generations. Bikers from all generations are just fascinated by it. Well as the saying goes "There's no cool like the old school". This Skygo Pony Cafe Racer Project is a testament that building a classic bike is feasible and you don't have to break your bank account in the process.

The Skygo Pony was released to serve a distinct market with an interest in classic design. The flexible nature of its base configuration allows for many modification variations by creative owners, from vintage lovers to modern enthusiasts. The key visual features of this motorcycle that motorists love most are its compact profile, perfectly-fitting wide tires, and its balance of modern and classic details.

For more details about the bike catch it on the pages of Inside Racing Magazine.

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