Súbete a mi moto

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For the song, see Sube a mi Motora.
Súbete A Mi Moto
Created by Veronica Suarez
Eric Vonn
Directed by Eloy Ganuza
Nestor Galvan
Starring Vanessa Acosta
Mark Tacher
Sandra Echeverría
Michel Brown
Bárbara Mori
Jorge Luis Pila
Vanessa Villela
Alejandra Urdaín
Adrián Cue
Opening theme "Subete A Mi Moto" by Boom
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 150
Production
Producer(s) Gerardo Zurita
Elisa Salinas
Juan David Burns
Editor(s) Jorge Monzon Lee
Carlos Olivares Alvarez
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 60 minutes
Release
Original network TV Azteca
Picture format NTSC
Audio format Stereophonic sound
Original release July 1, 2002 – January 24, 2003

Subete a mi Moto is a Mexican telenovela produced by TV Azteca in 2002. Created by Veronica Suarez and Eric Vonn.[1] The protagonists include Vanessa Acosta, Mark Tacher, Sandra Echeverria, Michel Brown, Alejandra Urdaín and Adrián Cue, and the antagonistic interpretation by Bárbara Mori, Jorge Luis Pila, Susana Alexander and Vanessa Villela.

Plot[edit]

It is the story of four young people with different personalities, but the four looking for love.

Mari Jo (Maria Jose), Mariana, and her two half sisters: Cecilia and Renata, seek to survive their family problems, trying to share a father, being daughters of different mothers, Harriet and Laura respectively, both good women, but with very different points of view of our players, for reasons of generation and personality.

Mariana and Renata, half-sisters, will fall in love with Richard and fight for him until the end.Not to mention that a third person, beautiful and evil, manipulates them into fighting each other, ultimately staying with Ricardo.

This is Nelly, the jealous cousin of the girls, who together with her mother, Carmen, and the great villain, Carlos, will make life difficult for the players, engaging in piracy.

Ernest, the father of the sisters, is the director of a major label, he is desolated after realizing it was not true that Harriet, his first wife, betrayed him, and after 20 years he found out the intrigues Angustias , his former mother in law, created. His two daughters from his first marriage believe he abandoned them. But that's not the worst.

Ernesto, now married to Laura and with two daughters, realizes upon seeing Harriet again he still loves her, but also loves his current wife. Can you love two women at once, but in different ways ?.

Mauricio, a friend of Richard and Motocross champion, is in love with Renata who always treats him badly.

Marijo is the classic pretty girl that does not show it so she will be seen for her mind and not her looks. MariJo falls for a man almost 10 years older than she is, causing a series of conflicts both by the age difference, and by the way she is. At one point in history, Marijo and Joseph will compete to be the best broadcasters, despite the love they have.

Cecilia, the youngest of the sisters, whose conflict is to know what career to choose after graduating from high school, does not realize the great love Cuco, the friendly shopkeeper's nephew who came to study psychology at the capital, has for her and whose Platonic dream, is to become a singer.

But things will not be easy for Cuco because Michelangelo, the right hand of piracy czar Carlos, will want to possess her at all costs.

Ernesto, determined that his four daughters get along, suggested that he would live alone with the four girls, creating situations sentimental, emotional, and comedic that will make this somewhat predictable soap opera.

Cast[edit]

Theme song[edit]

Subete A Mi Moto[edit]

Singer[edit]

Menudo

Writer[edit]

F. Diaz
C. Villa

Producer[edit]

Claudio Yarto

References[edit]