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And other safety tips
When you go out to bike, do you use these hand signals? With so many vehicles, both two- and four-wheeled, sharing the road now, it's important to communicate your intentions to other commuters. Of course, bikers don't have signal
Need to get on the road with two wheels?
With the current restrictions on buses and trains, more and more people are either learning how to ride or are covering long distances on their bikes for the first time. It's a dependable mode of transportation, a great workout, and lets
Pushing for the advantages of bike commutes
Today, September 22, is World Car Free Day, and several cycling advocates took to the roads on a #SabaySaBike campaign to encourage people to walk or take a bike to work.Spin.ph lensman Jerome Ascano captured these two-wheeled warriors in
It will take just five minutes to answer
With public transport subject to quarantine rules, many have turned to biking to get around. In order to address cyclists' concerns, the country's transportation department is holding a survey in preparation for the bicycle-lane networks in metropolitan areas.The survey
Proving why it’s the most bike-friendly city in the Philippines
Even before COVID-19, public transportation in Metro Manila has been a huge nightmare, from the unorganized bus scheme along EDSA to the always-packed train lines. Things only got worse when the pandemic hit the Philippines as the community quarantine has
We need these bike lanes
Bike lanes on EDSA will open today, August 15, and traffic authorities and bicycle organizations are calling for volunteers to help man it.The EDSA Bike Lane (southbound), will be open from August 15 to 18, 6am to 10am, and will be
Looking for an ultra-compact two-wheeler?
Still thinking about buying a bike to help you easily get around the city while we're in what seems to be a never-ending quarantine? In case you're still looking for bicycles that are perfect for the city, check this
All the latest updates especially for those who regularly use public transport
A win for pedestrians, too
Many hardworking Pinoys are riding bicycles to and from the workplace, as public transportation remains limited amid the coronavirus outbreak.Because of the surge of cyclists nationwide, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) have begun constructing
It’s happening
Cyclists, we have some very good news for you today: The Department of Transportation (DOTr) and Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) have agreed to begin constructing protected bike lanes along EDSA.According to a Facebook post by the DOTr, construction of the
The local government is also setting up bike lanes on major roads
Dedicated bike lanes will soon be a feature of major thoroughfares in Davao City, but along with this comes a requirement for local bicyclists: bike registration."Registration is important to be used in litigation when road accidents involving bicycle and its rider
Who else wants to move there already?
There are a lot of reasons to love Pasig City, and here's another one to add to the list: Mayor Vico Sotto announced a bike-oriented path for the city's transport future on June 3, World Bicycle Day. This includes
The project is being fast-tracked
Are you one of the many commuters who have shifted to riding a bicycle as your primary means of transport? We know riding conditions are far from ideal right now, but hang in there-several projects and initiatives are in the works
The agency suggests they use sidewalks in the meantime
Yes, the plight of our country's bikers is a serious one. But this, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) says, is not a valid reason for groups to disregard the law.The agency has made it known that members of bicycle
We need this
With mass transportation still closed because of quarantine regulations, many cycling supporters have been pushing for pedal bicycle commuting under the 'new normal.' Still, concerns for the safety of bike commuters abound, especially since most of the existing infrastructure in our cities
Agree?
If there's one thing we can appreciate from what's transpired over the past two months, it's that cyclists-a sector that has for too long been an afterthought in the grand scheme of our country's transportation landscape-are
Find out what makes cycling safe and viable in these places
Across the globe, bicycles are being championed as an alternative mode of transport now more than ever. A basic bike is less expensive than a motorcycle or motorized kick scooter, doesn't require a license to operate, and, during this current health
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