Rainy ride to Marilaque

Rainy trip…but who cares? 4 wheels move the body, 2 wheels move the soul.

Best time to ride here is on a Monday. No Racing kolokoys, only disciplined riders.

Sharing photos from my refreshing trip (both literally and figuratively!). I also had the privilege of testing out the new Honda Click 125i and Kymco Grand Dink 300i

So blessed to experience this everytime I ride. Thank you Jesus.

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Gone for the weekend: RIZAL PROVINCE

Gone for the weekend: RIZAL PROVINCE
by The Pinoy Rider

Right at the doorsteps of Metro Manila and nestled at the southern end of the Sierra Madre, Rizal holds many secret natural and cultural treasures – from its seemingly endless zigzag roads, to alluring waterfalls and stunning rock formations, Spanish-era churches to 5 thousand year-old artworks (No kidding! Read on to find out what it is) and a passionate dedication to arts- the Province of Rizal truly has a whole lot more to offer to riders and travelers alike.

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Daranak Falls in Tanay, Rizal

For the past few years, I’ve wanted to go to Daranak Falls. Whenever I pass by Rizal en route to doing a Laguna loop, I always happen to pass by the narrow road leading there from the highway and I promised myself to go back the next time I was in the area. That plan never materialized, not until today.

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Jariel’s Peak – Infanta, Quezon

A hidden nice, steady spot in the East, it’s not easy to find Jariel’s Peak. But for those willing to travel 2 hours uphill, and go through twisties and rough roads…with the intention of enjoying the cool mountain breeze that Infanta will give you, as well as eating exotic food after a long drive, then this one’s for you.


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The Angono Petroglyphs via C6 / Taytay Road


A National Treasure, The Angono Petroglyphs is the oldest known work of art in the Philippines. There are 127 human and animal figures engraved on the rockwall dating back to 3000 BC. These inscriptions clearly show stylized human figures, frogs and lizards along with other designs that may have depicted other interesting figures but erosion may have caused it to become indistinguishable.

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Rizal, Laguna, Batangas, Cavite Loop – May 10, 2009

Start: Paranaque
Rizal: Antipolo – Teresa – Baras – Tanay – Pililia
Laguna: Mabitac – Famy – Siniloan – Pangil – Pakil – Paete – Kalayaan – Pagsanjan – Sta. Cruz – Pila – Victoria – Bay – Los Banos – Calamba
Batangas: Sto. Tomas – Tanauan – Talisay
Cavite: Tagaytay – Silang – Imus – Bacoor

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Quezon ride – Kamayan sa Palaisdaan / Kamay ni Hesus Shrine

When: Jan 25, 2009 (Sunday)
1st meeting place:
4:00 am at Monumento in front of Padi’s Point
Take off – 4:30 am

2nd meeting place:
5:00 AM – Jollibee/7-11 Sucat Interchange (SLEX Exit)
Take off – 5:15 AM Sharp

Route: Start: Paranaque
Rizal: Antipolo – Teresa – Baras – Tanay – Pililia
Laguna: – Mabitac – Famy – Siniloan – Pangil – Pakil – Paete – Kalayaan – Pagsanjan – Cavinti – Luisiana – Lucban – Tayabas

Pabalik na route: via Sto. Tomas, Batangas

There are a lot of twisties so let’s all practice caution.


– Complete Legal Documents (OR/CR, correct restriction code)
– Safety Gears
– Safety Gears for backride
– Condition your bike
– Condition yourself
– Gas money for more or less 250 kms (roundtrip) + food money
– No shorts and/or slippers
– Camera


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Newbies First Ride – Laguna Loop

With my riding buddies…

Touring the whole of Laguna

Route: Alabang – Laguna: San Pedro – Binan – Sta. Rosa – Cabuyao – Calamba – Los Banos – Bay – Victoria – Pila – Sta. Cruz – Pagsanjan – Kalayaan – Paete – Pakil – Pangil – Siniloan – Famy – Mabitac – Rizal: Pililia – Tanay – Baras – Teresa – Antipolo


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