To receive a free 1.0-litre bottle during the campaign period (from June 27 until July 11), participants will need to log on to a dedicated site and answer a simple quiz correctly to be in the running.
The company boasts that the Advance AX7 semi-synthetic engine oil is able to enhance fuel economy and reduce maintenance costs.
Additionally, it also has the ability to a bike achieve better mileage by as much as 36km per full tank of petrol.
For those who purchase a 1.0-litre bottle of the oil from a participating workshop, they will receive a free bandana (while stocks last).
Meanwhile, as more bike workshops reopen, more than 2,000 local bike mechanics are set to benefit from the Shell Advance Masterclass training programme.
Now in its fourth year, the programme is a unique learning and certification initiative aimed at upskilling bike mechanics and workshop owners.
The programme comprises of a series of online videos developed in collaboration with renowned MotoGP master mechanic Jeff Oh to guide and provide mechanics with knowledge and tips on proper motorcycle maintenance.
The interactive modules are delivered to participants via visits to workshops by the Shell Advance team and through demonstration videos on the Shell Advance Masterclass website.
“We hope that our Shell Advance Masterclass programme can help local mechanics gain further recognition for their skills and outride challenges to build a better future for themselves,” said Shell Lubricants marketing general manager May Tan.
For more information, log on to www.shell.com.my/advance.