I’m still tired. Having a very humid, sleepless night before the race, and waking up real early as I had to drive out of my way to Shell along Daang Hari to meet up with my other Team Prima team mates Borj and Ryan, then go back to meet with Prof.
I didn’t want to be [...]
Thursday, a group of friends and I explored some trails that branch out from the main Malipay trail network. It was a good break for us all as we are regulars of the Malipay trails. As I said in one of my tweets that day when I got home, “Great ride early this [...]
It was weird. Last Saturday I arrived at the usual meeting place of our group during our weekend rides, at the Daang Hari Police Station. From our group (Backout Boys and Team Prima) I was the first to arrive.
Text messages were previously sent to some of the guys asking if they would be riding. Only [...]
This is a delayed post, and just a short video of a part of our ride last Feb. 7, 2010 (video at the bottom of this post). It was an easy and light ride, but the call of the winding single track that leads to the “Puno ng Malipay” (“Tree of Malipay”) was just too [...]
I keep pedaling on the slight uphill road of Daang Hari with Rod. Suddenly I feel Darna, my Fuji Outland Pro bike, sway from side to side.
Am I that tired, I thought. Is this the start of bonking out? I didn’t think so. I looked straight ahead expecting my vision to blur. It didn’t.
Here’s a short video of our lazy Friday afternoon ride with Eugene, Daniel, and Jerick.
We just rode around the National Bilibid Prisons mountain bike track.
Video below, just click on the following link:
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Last Saturday Frank wasn’t able to join the group’s ride. This seemed odd as the whole week we have been talking via Yahoo! Messenger and he’s been excited to ride.
Nearing the end of the ride, around 10 A.M. I get a text message from him. Seems like he just woke up. He was blaming not [...]