Riders Profile of Jovie M. Saulog Jovie M. Saulog
November 2, 1965
23 Miller St.
SFDM, Quezon City


Jovie Saulog is one of the greatest riders in the history of Philippine motocross. His career started at age 16 by winning the 1983 Rider of the Year Award, making him the youngest rider ever who won such title. He dominated the league in the 80s and early 90s by winning 7 times the most prestigious Rider of the Year Award by the Philippine Sportswriters Association (PSA). Despite his age and with several past injuries, he is still the tough rider to reckon with. He won several series in 2002, 2005 and 3 FIM Asian Championships. For 30 years, he battled with other tough riders from Jolet Jao, Ernie Leongson to the new breed of rider - Glenn Aguilar and had joined a number of teams from OTTO-Butch & Bike to Shell. In 1992, he was commissioned in the Hall of Fame by the Philippine Motor Sports Association. Jovie is not only a famed rider but also an organizer of the sport by popularizing the JMS PEWEE Nationals in 1997-1999.

 

 

 

 

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
Abroad
2000 Malaysian Motocross Series Champion (Malaysia)
1994 FIM Asian Motocross Series Champion (Thailand)
1993 FIM Asian Motocross Series Champion (Indonesia)
1992 FIM Asian Motocross Series Champion (Singapore)
  
Domestic
2005 125cc National Motocross Champion (NAMSSA)
2002 125cc National Motocross Champion (NAMSSA)
1996 125cc National Motocross Champion (NAMSSA)
1991 Camel Motocross Rider of the Year (CYSSAP)
1990 Camel Motocross Rider of the Year (CYSSAP)
1988 Camel Motocross Rider of the Year (CYSSAP)
1987 Camel Motocross Rider of the Year (CYSSAP)
1986 Camel Motocross Rider of the Year (CYSSAP)
1985 Camel Motocross Rider of the Year (CYSSAP)
1983 CYSSAP Rider of the Year