Articles about Bikes

An almost 1000km journey
After losing his job in Metro Manila, 19-year-old Peter Roncales decided to bike from Parañaque City all the way to his home in the municipality of Oras in Eastern Samar.This was an almost 1,000km journey, according to
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
A total of 17 bike racks have been installed so far
The Department of Transportation said Tuesday that it has installed more bike racks in MRT-3 stations to accommodate the growing number of commuters whose new normal routes include bicycles and trains.A total of 17 out of the planned 34 bike
More e-bikes are coming
We have observed lately that there's a growing following for electric bicycles here in our country. This inspires us to feature more of these environment-friendly and emissions-free two-wheelers that are now being pushed by the government-not just
Bike searches jumped by three times
When lockdown restrictions kept public transportation off the streets, ever-resourceful Filipinos took to the road on two wheels.But first, naturally, they Googled it.iPrice Group, a research firm that monitors and enables e-commerce activity across the region, sifted through
Have you spotted him cycling across the metro yet?
At 70 years old, senior citizen cyclist Gil Gener Palomar still beats the rush on two wheels-while making a colorful statement aboard his bicycle.Just check out his outfit when he went out for a recent ride, as spotted by Spin.
The budget would come from the ‘Bayanihan 2’ bill.
The Department of Transportation said Thursday that it would need P1.04 billion to establish a bike lane network in Metro Manila to provide commuters an alternative during the general community quarantine.The proposed bike lanes will be 1.2 to 1.
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
People had to find other modes of transportation
Ten days after enhanced community quarantine was declared over the entire Luzon, businessman Jose Dasas received a call from a friend, a fellow Rotarian who owned a chain of small groceries."Pare, may stock ka pa ba ng mga bike?"Since September
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
Need a new mode of transportation?
Thinking about getting a bike but not sure if you're fit enough to pedal across the city? You might want to consider investing in an electric bicycle or an 'e-bike' especially now that more cities are planning to enforce bike
The city is planning to stretch the lanes to 13.8km
Bikes have proven to be very useful under the Metro Manila quarantine. If you live, work, or simply need to pass through San Juan, then take note: Mayor Francis Zamora has announced that bike lanes will likely be a fixture in post-
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
Need a new way forward?
The time has come: People are finally pushing for the Philippines, particularly Metro Manila, to be a more bike-friendly environment. It took a pandemic to force the issue, but now it's being seriously considered as a viable transportation option. Cycling
Bikes will be a big part of the new normal
Remember: Frontline workers aren't limited to just healthcare professionals. Delivery riders, police and military personnel, and utility workers are out there risking their lives, too. Add mall personnel to that list.With this in mind, Life Cycles PH, which has been
About time
Bikers and bus riders may have something to look forward to after the community quarantine: Transport officials are looking into turning the innermost lane of EDSA into a bus-only lane, with the outermost lane reserved for bikes, the Metropolitan Manila Development
We’re pretty sure that’s not its purpose
Earlier this month, the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) opened 9.6km Pulilan-Baliuag Diversion Road in Bulacan which, to the delight of the local biking community, included a designated lane for bicycle riders."As part of DPWH's plan,
It’s the Italian brand’s first pedal-assist enduro mountain bike
Back in November, when Ducati unveiled its 2019 range, an unassuming model sat among the more powerful two-wheelers on display. It was an e-bike, but not of the Harley-Davidson LiveWire or Kymco SuperNEX variety. Rather, the MIG-RR is
Do you travel on two wheels?
The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has expressed its intent to prioritize putting bike lanes on public roads in 2019. Our thoughts? It's about time.According to Inquirer.net, DPWH secretary Mark Villar said the government agency is already
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