Around 1,400 bike enthusiasts participated ‘Bisikleta Ko, Ka Date Ko’ a post Valentine ride cum fund drive.
Proceeds will go to the procurement of plant pots that will be installed along bike lanes at the Iloilo Bridge.
MORE raffled prizes to participants including 9 mountain bikes, sacks of rice, and bike accessories.
MORE Bike Fun Ride: As part of the 2nd year anniversary celebration of MORE Electric and Power Corporation (MORE Power Iloilo), the distribution utility held a bike fun ride dubbed ‘Bisikleta Ko, Ka Date Ko’ a post Valentine ride cum fund drive last February 28 (Sunday).
Around 1,400 bike enthusiasts participated in the said event. A registration fee of Php 100 was collected and proceeds will go to the procurement of plant pots that will be installed along the bike lane at the Iloilo Bridge. The plants will serve as a barrier and will protect riders from vehicles on the main road.
Each participant received a drawstring bag, mug, water, and snacks.
To make the activity more enticing, MORE raffled prizes to participants. This includes nine (9) mountain bikes, sacks of rice, and bike accessories. MORE also gave prizes to the youngest (7 years old) and oldest (83 years old) participants of the bike fun ride.
The route started from the Freedom Grandstand, passing through Muelle Loney, Parola Wharf, Fort San Pedro, Plaza Libertad, Calle Real, General Luna, Plaza Molo, Avancena Street, Jocson Street, Circumferential Road 1, Vista Mall, Guzman Street, Plaza Mandurriao, R. Mapa Street, Megaworld, Taft North, El 98, Plaza Jaro, Archbishop’s Palace, Commission Civil, La Paz Plaza, Huervana Street, Rizal Street (La Paz), Taytay Muelle Loney, Muelle Loney and finally back to the New Freedom Grandstand.
About the video: Excerpts from the MORE Power’s Bisikleta Ko, Ka Date Ko’ a post Valentine ride cum fund drive last February 28 (Sunday) participated by around 1,300 bike enthusiasts. Video credit: MORE Power Iloilo.
About the video: MORE raffles prizes to participants includes nine (9) mountain bikes, sacks of rice, and bike accessories. Video credit: MORE Power Iloilo.
The activity is part of the 2nd year anniversary of MORE Power’s franchise as the metro’s official distribution utility. The bike fun ride is part of the initiative of the DU to support the local government in its efforts to cement a title for Iloilo City as the Bike Capital of the Philippines.
MORE is also fervent in clearing bike lanes of hazards such as hanging wires and road obstacles.
Since its installation in Iloilo City, MORE has initiated activities to improve power distribution in the metro, eradicate power pilferage, and provide quality customer service to Ilonggos.
The power company is also an active member of the community with its array of CSR activities. It may be recalled that, in February, MORE releases around 700 juvenile fishes in the Iloilo River to improve the river’s ecosystem and offer a source of food to local fishers. Earlier this year, MORE employees also took time to plant additional mangroves at the banks of the Iloilo River.