Articles about Bicycles

See how the world of motoring has fared in the first few days of 2021
Have you tried something like this?
E-scooter sharing services are a familiar sight in other countries, especially around urban centers. Here in the Philippines, though? Not so much. Moovr PH, which claims to be the country's first-ever scooter sharing platform, is looking to change this.
What if?
Depending on whether the glass in your head is half full or half empty, and whether or not one is referring to situations real or imagined, the mere mention of the words "what if" can generate any of a variety of responses-
It’s been quite a year
COVID-19 didn't just shake up local transportation when it landed in the Philippines back in March. The coronavirus burst through a wall a la Kool-Aid Man, grabbed it by the neck, violently tossed it around the room, and threw
The right call?
Bicycle owners within Pasig City need not worry about having to ride with a face shield on after the local government announced wearing one will not be required while cycling within its jurisdiction.The move was announced on social media earlier today.
Doesn’t matter if it’s just a quick run or you’re actually biking to work
In case you missed it, the government announced a few days ago that the use of face shields in all public places-even outside of malls or other establishments-is now mandatory. What some of you may have missed, though, is that
In theory, at least
What is this exactly? Well, this is Ford's special 'Safe Distance' sweater. It's designed to create an illuminated 1.5-meter border around cyclists and e-scooter riders by projecting a Christmas tree on the ground.It's a simple
Helmets and hand signals are required
Just last week, Las Piñas representative Camille Villar filed House Bill No. 8156, or the Bicycle Act of 2020.According to The Manila Times, it contains many of the provisions filed by her father Manny Villar when he was a senator
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Even before COVID-19, mass transportation in the metro was already fraught with problems. But when the pandemic hit, it brought the transport sector to a sudden halt. Especially in the early days of the crisis, frontliners struggled to find alternative ways
A lot of people in Europe think so
Listening to music on the train, the UV Express, or the bus is fine, pretty much regardless of how high your volume is turned up, provided you're wearing earphones. There's no issue with popping up Spotify on your car's
We all want to work toward a sustainable future
A year ago, the San Miguel Corporation (SMC) announced that it had successfully built a road out of recycled plastic at its test site in Cavite. Now, the company is looking to use the technology to build bike lanes in its partner
And hotdog fans, too
Okay, we know what you're thinking: "A real bike lover would take a bicycle, not this gas-guzzling behemoth." The argument makes sense, but the Jeep Gladiator Top Dog Concept isn't meant to cater to the city cyclist who turns
Bringing joy
The year has been rough and challenging for everyone. But while some people seem to have lost hope, there are individuals who go above and beyond to touch lives and deliver happiness in the best way they can.Meet 'Santa on a
More terminals should have this
The Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange (PITX) is giving people more reason to hop on a bike instead of inside a car.Earlier today, the transport terminal announced that it now features a bike parking station for cyclists looking to take a
*Well, sort of...
We've seen a lot of interesting stuff make their way onto the major expressways, like that small scooter that managed to get in to the Cavite-Manila Expressway a while back, as well as that stranded kitten along the South Luzon
From one rider to another
Mobility in Metro Manila has changed drastically ever since this COVID-19 pandemic hit, and in a way, we're still thankful. Moving around the city has been incredibly hard over the past several months, but at least we're starting to
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
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