Vaune Phan (born October 4, 1987) is a female bike lover, social media personality, and biker from Singapore.
She advocates for women’s rights and is passionate about promoting gender equality. She believes that biking is a great equalizer, as it is a sport anyone can participate in regardless of gender.
Real Facts About Vaune Phan
- Full Name: Vaune Phan
- Born: 4 October 1987
- Age: 35 years old
- Place of Birth: Singapore
- Nationality: Singaporean
- Occupation: Biker • Internet Personality
- Net Worth: N/A
Early Life & Education
Vaune Phan was born In Singapore on October 4th, 1987. Her parents and siblings are relatively unknown at the moment.
She received her education at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.
After graduation, Vaune Phan spent several years working in the corporate sector. During this time, she developed an interest in biking. On the other hand, her parents were not supportive of her decision. However, they respected her decision.
When Vaune Phan was ten years old, she became interested in dirt biking after playing a motocross video game. She has been riding motorcycles since 2010. On a Suzuki DR250 motorcycle, she traveled 8,000 kilometers in one month from Singapore to Mount Everest Base Camp in 2015 to raise money and awareness for the Singapore Disability Sports Council and impaired athletes.
In 2017, Vaune Phan criticized the modifications made to the Additional Registration Fee system for motorbikes as “daylight robbery on citizens” following the announcement of the annual Singapore Budget, which lists the government’s revenues and expenses for the year. The introduction of a tiered system saw the ARF rise from 15% in the first tier to 50% in the second tier to 100% in the third.
Vaune Phan successfully sued Mark Yeow for defamation on December 15, 2021, and the district court judge declared Mark Yeow guilty of doing so. Mark Yeow‘s false accusations were made in response to Vaune Phan‘s claim that her Ducati 899 Panigale motorcycle was harmed while being repaired at Revology Bikes, a motorcycle repair business.
The judge determined that Mark Yeow‘s comments damaged Vaune Phan‘s reputation because she had “an extensive online social media presence.” She received $60,000 in damages as well as additional money for legal fees. Mark Yeow filed an appeal against the judgment, and the High Court heard the case. After consideration, Justice Ang Cheng Hock reduced the required damages to $40,000.