Rides and Adventures
RRC – Bonifacio Historical Ride
“Kung ang bayang ito’y nasa panganib At siya ay dapat ipagtangkilik Ang anak, asawa, magulang, kapatid Isang tawag niya’y tatalikdang pilit…”
“If our land with danger is threatened
And help must be quickly forthcoming,
Children, wife, and parents and brothers
At her first call we must abandon. “
The above verse came from the poem of Andres Bonificio’s “Pagibig sa Tinubuan Lupa” , signifies the Supremo’s (Bonifacio known Aliases) love for our country. In celebration of today’s Bonificio Day(November 30, 2014 ), one of the Rouser Riders Club’s advocacies is to promote our national heritages thru educational rides. Spear-head by RRC Eric Lazarte, the Rouser Riders Club invited riders to join the educational “Bonifacio Historical Ride” to help promote our national history.
That’s why when I got the invitation from Sir Eric, I right away signed up and I was 3rd to confirm in the list. I knew I will not only enjoy the ride with the RRC group, but also I knew I will learn a lot from this educational ride.
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Meet-up Point: Petron Diego Silang Taguig – Briefing
I knew I will miss the fun part of the briefing when the RRC Cavite Group agreed to join the motorcade once it reach our stop over at Shell Anabu in Imus, Cavite.
#1 Pinaglabanan Shrine – San Juan
#2 Casa Hacienda Tejoros – Gen. Trias, Cavite
#3 Museo ng Paglilitis – Maragondon, Cavite
#4 Bonifacio Shrine – Mt. Nagpatong – Maragondon, Cavite
#5 Brgy. Limbon, Indang , Cavite
About the Budget
Estimated Distance: 176km (base on my odometer + estimated from google map between PDS Taguig to/from San Juan then to Shell Anabu Station)
Fuel Consumption: 3.9L (Php 163.00 approx.)
Snack at Shell Anabu | Water + Chips = Php 50.00 (quick snack while waiting )
Additional Water = 15.00
Lunch at Maragondon, Cavite = Php 50.00
Total Food Allowance : Php 115.00