Articles about Bicycles

Share the road, as they say
Cycling has boomed over the last couple of years as the pandemic highlighted a greater need for personal mobility. That said, cyclists are also some of the most vulnerable road users today. In a bid to lessen accidents, one student from Brunel
Progress for cycling in the country
Cycling has been popular before, but has boomed within the last couple of years. And while the government has set up bike lanes to accommodate more cyclists, there is still a lot of work that needs to be done. The Department of
For your off-roading needs
This rather extreme-looking e-bike is the latest to have a brush with the automotive industry. No, not that "Sorry, mate. I didn't see you" kind of brush-the sort that sees car manufacturer logos and branding all over a
Are you following this issue?
It looks like Ayala Avenue's bicycle lanes are safe-at least for now.Following backlash after the local government's initial announcement, Makati City has announced that it is deferring the conversion of Ayala Avenue's bike lanes to March 6,
This is the basis of a new bicycle-centric bill filed in Senate
Mobility changes in the pandemic are making their way to legislation. Senator Raffy Tulfo is looking to expand bike lanes at a national scale through the introduction of a new bill that goes beyond simple funding. He expressed the need for a
Is this the right call?
Alternative mobility in Valenzuela City is taking a hit after the local government announced that motorcycles will be permitted to use the designated bicycle lane on MacArthur Highway starting December 25.In a video released on social media, Valenzuela City mayor Wes
Sandwich frontman Raymund Marasigan isn't going to let a little traffic stand in between him and performing for fans.In a recent tweet, the OPM legend and avid cyclist asked his followers for the best bicycle route from Pasay City to
Have you passed through here?
Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic hit, local governments across Metro Manila decided it was high time they put more focus on pedestrian and cyclist infrastructure. As a result, bike lanes were put up. Sometimes, with not-so-impressive results.Many new
More LGUs should take notes from this initiative
If you've ever had to drag a bicycle up or down a staircase, then you know just how difficult that task can be. Can you imagine how big of a hassle that is for anyone who commutes daily to the office?
Think this will be a game-changer?
Remember the Walkable and Bikeable Communities Act? Also known as Senate Bill no. 1290, the new piece of legislation is meant to make the local setting safer for pedestrians and individuals who turn to alternative mobility for transport. Well, it's now
The DOTr is helping cyclists get to and from school
Do you ride your bike to school? Whether you're a student, a teacher, or some other type of staff, riding a bicycle to school is one way to beat traffic and get around the metro. I mean, just look what happened
Do you get around on a bicycle, too?
Automobiles make up just a fraction of the country's overall transportation landscape. Just how big is the car's piece of the pie around here? Pretty small, as recent surveys by the Philippine Social Weather Station (SWS) show.A recent SWS
The event will be a non-competitive one
To car guys, Bataan is best-known for the satisfying twist-filled drive up to Mount Samat in Pilar. Those of you familiar with history, though, know the area as the staging ground for one of the most tragic events of World
Has the rise of fuel prices inspired even more people to take up bicycle commuting?On all Fridays of June, a network of volunteers took to the streets of Iloilo as part of a nationwide initiative called the June Bicycle Count, which
The Bicycle Act of 2022 also lists other responsibilities of cyclists in PH
Despite there being lots of bike lanes in Metro Manila, cyclists in the city still have it pretty bad. If they didn't, there wouldn't have to be crackdowns on bike-lane violators, would there?That said, cycling is still one
Do you see? This is why we can't have nice things.Apparently, some bike repair stations in Metro Manila are being left unusable because their tools are being stolen. This is according to a recent report by TeleRadyo.Bike repair stations
Stay in your lane, guys
Seeing an open lane free of obstruction just sitting there unused by the side of the road? Yeah, it's tempting alright. And you know what? Using it if you're on anything besides a bicycle or electric kick scooter is illegal
Is this fair?
Time and again, we're told to "share the road." Yet every once in a while, we see reminders that other road users like tricycles and bicycles should stay on the right lane on the national highway. While that may sound convenient
Something for the weekend
Remember last year when Pasig City first designated Emerald Avenue as a car-free zone on Sundays? Just over six months later, the local government has established more People's Streets-thoroughfares that are closed off to vehicular traffic on Sundays, and
The new ordinance covers bicycles, tricycles, and e-bikes, not just motorcycles
Benguet is easily one of the most popular destinations for motorcycle riders. Going up to Baguio City via Kennon Road, for example, is as exciting as it is challenging. It's no wonder two-wheelers regularly flock to the province to tackle
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