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Kibo Motorcycles has today awarded the 42 Kilometers male and female Standard Chartered Nairobi Marathon winners with a Kibo K 150 motorcycle each.

The winners Elisha Kiprop and Josephine Chepkeoch received the keys to their motorcycles from Mr. Mark Wanzala the Global Aftersales Manager from Kibo at the Kibo production plant on Airport North Road Nairobi.

Kibo the latest entrant into the motorcycle industry in Kenya participated in the 15th edition of the Standard Chartered Nairobi Marathon that was held at the Railways club two weeks ago.

“ Seeing is believing which was this year’s theme for the marathon is very close to our Corporate Social Initiatives key pillars hence it was very important for us to attend and sponsor.

Said Kibo Global Aftersales Manager Mr. Mark Wanzala. He further added, “We strongly believe in supporting local talent and anything made and developed in Kenya which is quite similar to Kibo Motorcycles that are developed for the Kenyan terrain, if all local manufacturers support each other this country will go far.”

Kibo Africa Ltd prides itself in providing safe and reliable mobility solutions.

The company invested heavily in test-development of its K150 bike in Kenya to ensure it meets the highest safety standards and demands of local road conditions.

As a result, the bike offers superior performance in safety, durability, reliability, and efficiency to maximize return on investment for the end user.

Kibo has further invested in the safety of the rider by providing high-quality riding gear such as helmets, jackets, gloves, trousers, and boots to ensure the rider is well protected against the elements and any other eventualities.