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Ciclo Cycling Routes and Stories

  • Cordilleras Bike Route Guide - Halsema Highway from Baguio City

    Every cyclist has their dream ride. And many Filipino cyclists have Halsema Highway on that bucket list. Halsema Highway is a 150 kilometer long road connecting regional center Baguio City to Bontoc straddling Luzon’s Cordillera mountain range. Here's how you can ride your bike on this legendary route.
  • Five Coffee Ride Destinations Outside Metro Manila

    Coffee rides are a great way to take it easy on the bike and hang out with friends on a pleasant weekend morning. Coffee shops we go to are usually nearby because we want to take it easy. But if you wanna go for a longer coffee ride, here are five coffee ride destinations outside of Metro Manila.
  • Ciclo Cycling Apparel Statement Opposing The Pasig River Expressway (PAREX)

    The Pasig River Expressway (PAREX) is a 19 kilometer elevated toll road proposed to be built above the Pasig River to connect the Eastern and Western ends of Metro Manila, with the supposed goal to improve accessibility in the Greater Manila Area. 

    And in line with Ciclo's core values of inclusivity and protecting our environment, we oppose this project.

  • Metro Manila Gran Fondo Bike Routes

    Do you think you’re ready to go the distance? Here are some routes we recommend for your first Gran Fondo, or 100 kilometer long bike ride from Metro Manila, Philippines! Here are some routes starting from Luneta Park’s Kilometer Zero, Manila going North, South, East and around Metro Manila.
  • Laguna Loop Bike Route Guide

    Known as one of the more famed cycling routes in the Philippines, the Laguna Loop is on the bucket list for many Filipino cyclists. Its general route literally loops around the 911.7 square kilometer Laguna Lake, and can make for one of the most epic bike rides you can do in the country.
  • Bike Routes for Beginners in Metro Manila

    Car-free and peaceful, these conditions make for the best cycling routes especially for beginners. This may not seem possible in a place like Metro Manila, but there are a few spots where people can practice riding their bikes with relative ease. Here are five places where you can start riding a bike.
  • 7 Female Cyclists on What it Means to "Ride Happy"

    In honor of Women's month, we interviewed 7 female cyclists from the Ciclo community. The goal of our campaign is to increase the visibility of women in cycling and to encourage more women to start riding their bikes. They also shared helpful tips for beginners who are just starting out.
  • Five Romantic Bike Routes in the Philippines

    We think candlelit dinners are just too cliché. And we always want to take our date out to something we think is fun - a bike ride! Here are the five best places we think are perfect for any date by bike.
  • Bike Routes Near Metro Manila - Nuvali

    Looking for longer bike routes near Metro Manila, but not yet quite comfortable riding with the usual road traffic? Nuvali in Sta. Rosa, Laguna is the place for you. Located 50 kilometers south of Manila it offers routes for casual cyclists, trail cyclists and triathletes.
  • Bike Routes Near Metro Manila - Sierra Madre

    Looking for longer bike rides and to get away from Metro Manila? Here we show you some routes you can take into the scenic Sierra Madre mountains of Rizal Province. Here are some routes you can take starting from Quezon City, list of stops you can take along the way, and back and forth route profiles showing maps and elevation.
  • Ciclo Cycling Trip: Riding Our Bikes To Caliraya, Laguna

    It's amazing how our bikes can bring us almost anywhere? Imagine, we only need our legs just to travel. One long weekend brought about the anniversary of the EDSA People Power Revolution, we celebrated our freedom by riding our bikes to Caliraya, Laguna. One of the best places to ride in the Philippines.
  • Ciclo Cycling Trip: Riding Our Bikes To Surf Town San Juan, La Union

    Even if one is done on land while the other is on the sea, cycling and surfing have three things in common: balance, reading your way and your choice of ride. We rode with Team Loyola to San Juan, La Union experience the familiar in a different way.