LOOK: “Money Heist” Robbers/Riders Were Spotted Around Metro Manila

A group of Vespa riders was spotted around Metro Manila last week wearing the iconic Money Heist jumpsuits! According to EuroMotoPH, the Filipino riders club that organized the event, it was a collaboration ride with Vespa Philippines and Okada Manila.

Photo from EuroMotoPH on Facebook

Photo from EuroMotoPH on Facebook

Although, EuroMotoPH President Kristoff Mauricio said that the costumes were a surprise he prepared with ride coordinator Pep Arboleda and the entire team. Only the head of the national sales team of Vespa, Ms. Gracey Corpuz knew about the Money Heist gimmick. It apparently came as a surprise to Okada’s Marketing Manager, Christine San Juan.

Photo from EuroMotoPH on Facebook

Photo from EuroMotoPH on Facebook

The riders club was founded during the pandemic formed by a group of basketball, and of course, motorcycle enthusiasts. To this date, they now have more than 200 members composed of both veteran and newbie riders.

Photo from EuroMotoPH on Facebook

Photo from EuroMotoPH on Facebook

Aside from road trips, the club also enjoys traveling and donating to community pantries. Plus, they also do rides for a cause. EuroMotoPH members shared how they have raised funds in the past for one of their members who had cancer and needed support for his chemotherapy.

Photo from EuroMotoPH on Facebook

Photo from EuroMotoPH on Facebook

The group traveled from Vespa Greenhills’ headquarters, Fort Bonifacio in Intramuros, SM Mall of Asia, and finally to Okada. EuroMotoPH assures that both safety guidelines, for the pandemic and for motorists, were properly observed during their Money Heist ride last October 23.

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