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Monday, May 17, 2010

Men's Health All Terrain Race 2010 photos

Monday, March 22, 2010

In this race many are disappointed because of no registration on site but that is not a problem for us. we enjoy about the food in villa escodero resort. 1250/pax inclusive of eat all you can and majestic view of streams and free balsa ride with accommodating people plus free transportation of carabao ride with music filipino music.

if ever there is another race for hacienda escudero please check the race details.

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Thursday, March 04, 2010

Tour of the Fireflies 2010

ToF 2010 Volunteer Registration

When was the last time you saw fireflies?

The fireflies have fled the city because they could not stand its dirty air. All of us — cyclists, pedestrians, commuters, even those who ride cars — who live, work and raise families in the city may suffer the same fate. We continue to dirty our city’s air with polluting vehicles and factories. As a result, we also risk disappearing like the fireflies.

Why resign ourselves to this fate? We have a choice. We can fight for clean air and bring back the fireflies.

What is the Tour of the Fireflies?

The Tour of the Fireflies is a 35-kilometer bicycle ride around Metro Manila at an easy, controlled pace that allows everyone, even the occasional bike rider, older children and senior people to participate and have fun. It is a costume parade of cyclists leisurely pedaling at an average of 15 kilometers per hour through 6 or 7 Metropolitan cities. The Tour promotes cycling as a sustainable means of transportation.

About the Ride

This year, it will happen on April 18, 2010 (Sunday), touring the cities of Quezon City, Marikina, Cainta (Rizal), Pasig, Taguig, Makati and Mandaluyong.

• Distance and Duration: The 35-kilometer ride will take about 4 to 5 hours to complete.
• Pace: The pace will be a relaxed 12-15kph. It will be controlled so that the group bikes en masse and even occasional riders, young children, and senior citizens can enjoy the ride.
• Requirements: All participants must sign the waiver and quit claim in this registration form, wear helmets, and bring water to drink. A registered adult participant must accompany children below 13 years of age.

Win Awards and Prizes

Wear nature- or clean air-inspired costumes and you may win the Best Costume award. Prizes will also be given away for the Biggest Contingent, Oldest and Youngest Rider.

Only registered participants are eligible to win. Those vying for the costume awards must check in early before the Ride to get a number. All registered participants must bring their registration forms on April 18 to claim their prizes during the short program and raffle after the Ride.

See you on April 18, 2010 (Sunday) Tour of the Fireflies: I VOTE TO BIKE!

Venue: Tiendesitas, Ortigas Ave., cor. E. Rodriguez Jr. Ave (C-5)
Check-in: 5:30a.m.
Ride Start: 7:00a.m.

Monday, January 18, 2010


April 17, 2010

Adventure running is the sport of running over a variety of surfaces (dirt, road, mountain, sand), generally over long distances, where the racer has to overcome nature. Challenges include river crossing, rock scrambling, varied altitudes and other forms of natural obstacles. Routes are often point-to-point and scenic.

Location: Wawa, Montalban.
Time: 6am
Categories: 3km, 5km, 15km
Registration fee: 350 (early registration) , 500 (late registration) , inclusive of race singlet.
Prizes: Cash and other prizes will be given to the winners of all the categories (cash prizes to be announce soon). medals will be awarded to all the finishers.
* More details to follow.

Monday, December 07, 2009


Festival of Giant Lanterns of Pampamga

December 19, Saturday 2pm to 12mn

During December in San Fernando , Pampanga, the city celebrates the Giant Lantern Festival, Saturday before the Christmas Eve. The festival features competition of creatively built giant lanterns. Through this, the city has earned the nickname The Christmas Capital of the Philippines .

Origin: The art of parol making tradition started way back 1928 as Francisco Estanislao made a symbol of the Star in Bethlehem when he made the first parol that has five-point star lantern, lighted by a candle or carbide lamp. Lantern-making industry in San Fernando is dramatically influenced and assisted to boost by this magnificent event, the Giant Lantern Festival. Originally named as ìLigligan Parulî or ìPista ng Parulî, the festival is said to have started in 1904.


2 pm Assembly and Departure in 15minutes

5 pm ETA Paskuhan Village /

6 pm Road Trip Around Pampamga Barangays for Parul display

7:30 pm Dinner

9 pm Proceed to Lantern Festival

10 pm ETD back to Manila