Call him ‘Camp Daddy.’
Ryan Agoncillo recently went motorcycle camping at Grace Forest Farm, which is owned by his friend and fellow rider Tyrone Regaliza, in Siniloan, Laguna. His bike of choice? A KTM 790 Adventure, which was the perfect complement to his companion Jingo Hervas’ KTM 640 Adventure.
As seen on the actor-TV host’s post on Instagram, the two handled the off-road track fairly well as they entered the farm. The video cut to an evening bonfire, then to Agoncillo making breakfast the next morning.
Filmmakers Sid Maderazo and Odyssey Flores—members of the motorcycle club The Brap Pack, which the Eat Bulaga! emcee is part of—gave the motovlog their stamp of approval. His wife Judy Ann Santos also commented on Agoncillo’s post, cheering him on.
In a 2019 interview with PEP.ph, Santos said she won’t stop her husband from riding even after he suffered a knee injury from a motorcycle accident that sidelined him for almost six months: “Hindi ko naman siya babawalan sa mga bagay na makapagpapasaya sa kanya. If riding will make him whole again and will give him more confidence again, go! Basta ingat lang. Hindi mo naman masasabi yung aksidente eh.”
Two years before that bike mishap, Agoncillo made history with six other riders as they conquered the highest motorable pass of the Himalayan mountains.
NOTE: This article first appeared on TopBikes.ph. Minor edits have been made.