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Old 09-25-2011, 06:36 PM   #796
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I was surprised to learn that the Outlaws, a 1% outlaw motorcycle club, have a clubhouse in Cebu. I know the Mad Dogs MC have clubhouses in Manila and Angles City. As far as I know the Mad Dogs MC does not claim to be a "1% club". Any other three piece patch MCs in the Philippines?

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Old 09-27-2011, 02:07 PM   #797
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HERC & you other guys stay safe. hope not too much damage & loss to your family's & friends.
just seen the news here of the Typhoon Nesat. looks a lot worse than that other flood you had in manila

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Typhoon Nesat smashed into the Philippines, leaving at least 16 people dead, with the capital Manila enduring waist-deep floods, blackouts and dramatic storm surges.

The Philippines is hit by about 20 major storms annually, many of them deadly, but the government said Nesat was one of the largest the country had faced this year, with its rain and wind path twice as big as average.

"This storm is very intense, the rain is strong and winds are powerful ... we are hearing of rivers about to burst their banks, and there are evacuations ongoing in different areas," civil defence chief Benito Ramos told AFP on Tuesday.
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"We do not have exact figures on how big the damage is ... as the storm is still battering us."

He later told AFP that at least 16 people were killed as of 7.00pm (2200 AEST), with the toll likely to rise overnight as more reports from rescuers on the ground were expected to filter in.

He said four of the dead were crushed by a collapsed structure in Manila, while a baby fell into a raging river in an eastern province on Monday.

More than 100 other people were rescued, including fishermen whose boats capsized in rough seas after ignoring warnings not to set sail, he said.

Nesat slammed into the main island of Luzon before dawn, bringing maximum sustained winds of up to 140km/h and gusts clocking in at 170km/h.

It later weakened while slicing through Luzon, but dumped heavy rains throughout the day across the whole island that is home to about 48 million people.

Parts of the capital, a sprawling megacity of more than 12 million, endured waist-deep flooding, with some of the worst impacts seen around the historic bayside area.

Huge waves crashed into Manila Bay's seawall, sending water spraying over into the picturesque Roxas Boulevard and closing one of the city's main arteries to traffic.

The ground floor of Manila Hospital, which sits on the boulevard facing the bay, was submerged in knee-deep waters, forcing medical staff to relocate patients to the second floor, radio station DZBB said.

The five-star Sofitel Philippine Plaza Hotel, located on the bay, was also evacuated, while the US embassy was partly submerged, according to rescue workers.

Nearly two million households suffered power outages in the capital and surrounding areas, according to the Manila Electric Company, and many people remained without electricity by nightfall.

Amid the chaos, all schools were suspended and government offices were closed, while dozens of domestic flights in and out of the capital were cancelled.

The Philippine Stock Exchange suspended trading, and Manila's main overhead railway system ground to a halt due to power failures.

A controlled release of water from the Angat Dam in Bulacan province just north of Manila on Tuesday flooded around 25 towns, provincial governor Willy Alvarado said, though there were no reports of casualties.

"We will continue evacuating people into the night," he said on state radio.

The state weather bureau said Nesat was expected to blow into the South China Sea by Wednesday, although bad weather would likely persist for most of the week.

The agricultural provinces of Isabela and Aurora in the east of the country, among the Philippines' leading rice producing areas, were the most heavily affected initially, the state weather bureau said.

Isabela Governor Faustino Dy said about 1,400 people had been relocated to 17 evacuation centres from four coastal towns in his province to avoid powerful storm surges.

About 110,000 residents had already been evacuated from several flood prone towns in Albay, another eastern province, on Monday.
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Old 09-27-2011, 03:20 PM   #798
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HERC & you other guys stay safe. hope not too much damage & loss to your family's & friends.
just seen the news here of the Typhoon Nesat. looks a lot worse than that other flood you had in manila
Thanks for checking on us veetwo_tls.

We are generally doing fine, most of the filipinos stayed indoors.



To cheer everyone up.... Here's a pix taken last Sept 17th in Sta, Ana, Cagayan (up North of Luzon). More pix and RR to follow. let me upload first)
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Old 10-03-2011, 04:22 AM   #799
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I was surprised to learn that the Outlaws, a 1% outlaw motorcycle club, have a clubhouse in Cebu. I know the Mad Dogs MC have clubhouses in Manila and Angles City. As far as I know the Mad Dogs MC does not claim to be a "1% club". Any other three piece patch MCs in the Philippines?

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I stay at MBs Garden Inn on Mactan Is Cebu which is also the clubrooms for the Outsiders , their 1% but all the patched members I have met there wouldnt hurt a fly, mostly expats who hav bikes and enjoy to ride together and eat and drink at MBs . I will post pics of my last trip there soon . Cheers Toddy
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Old 10-04-2011, 08:27 AM   #800
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Thanks for checking on us veetwo_tls.

We are generally doing fine, most of the filipinos stayed indoors.



To cheer everyone up.... Here's a pix taken last Sept 17th in Sta, Ana, Cagayan (up North of Luzon). More pix and RR to follow. let me upload first)
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Old 10-05-2011, 09:01 PM   #801
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Last September 17 to 19, me with my daughter as pillion and the usual line up of rider friends went up North of Luzon to Sta Ana, Cagayan. It was a 670 kms ride on Day 1. This ride was for the big displacement boys, lots of straight and long provincial roads. Great views and sites to see in the Philippines.

The usual suspect and their ride:

1. Hercules & Sunshine (daughter) - Suzuki V-strom 1000
2. Stampedeblue - Kawazaki ZZR 1100
3. Larryf8 - KTM Super Duke 990
4. Eric - '11 Ducati Multistrada
5. Rico - Ducati Multistrada 1000DS
6. Bennix - Ducati Monster 696

We started early at dawn to maximize distance to travel before sunglight. Met up at a Petron gas station along the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX)


(L to R) Stampedeblue, Rico and Eric





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The first gas top at San Jose, Nueva Ecija


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The fully loaded V-strom with my daughter Sunshine








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Old 10-06-2011, 02:19 AM   #802
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Day 1 route covering 670 kms is as follows:



Enter NLEX (North Luzon Expressway)
Exit Sta. Rita


Plaridel, Bulacan
Baliuag, Bulacan
San Ildefenso, Bulacan
San Miguel, Bulacan

Gapan, Nueva Ecija
San Leonardo, Nueva Ecija
Sta. Rosa, Nueva Ecija
Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija
Talavera, Nueva Ecija
Baloc, Sto. Domingo, Nueva Ecija
Munoz, Nueva Ecija
San Jose, Nueva Ecija

Dalton Pass --> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dalton_Pass

Sta. Fe, Nueva Vizcaya
Aritao, Nueva Vizcaya
Bambang, Nueva Vizcaya
Bayumbong, Nueva Vizcaya
Solano, Nueva Vizcaya
Bagabag, Nueva Vizcaya
Diadi, Nueva Vizcaya


Cordon, Isabela
Santiago, Isabela
Echague, Isabela
Alicia, Isabela
Cauayan, Isabela
Tumauini, Isabela
Cabagan, Isabela
San Pablo, Isabela


Tuguegarao, Cagayan
Iguig, Cagayan
Amulong, Cagayan
Alcala, Cagayan
Gattaran, Cagayan
La-Lo, Cagayan
Aparri, Cagayan
Sta Tersita, Cagayan
Bawa, Cagayan
Santa Ana, Cagayan


Breakfast Stop at Dalton Pass http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dalton_Pass












Eric and his Multistrada





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After Dalton pass, we took off and headed North to Bagabag, Nueva Vizcaya to have another snack

Some on the road shots.......













Buko Pie stopover in Bagabag, Nueva Vizcaya






















After taking a snack and buying some pies to consume for the trip, we hit the road again.
Santiago City, Isabela gas stop and saying hi to the 4 sportbike rider friends from Baguio














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Old 10-08-2011, 06:06 AM   #804
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Cool pics as always Herc!
Thanks Bill! When do you visit Manila again so we can



As the group continued on, the ZZR developed rear brake mechanical problems, it lost fluid pressure due to a small provincial motorcycle that cut in our way, we had to do sudden hard braking somewhere in Santiago City town proper.

We stopped at a gas SHELL gas station in San Mateo, Isabela to remedy the problem by bleeding the brake master...














After several minutes of bleeding the brake fluid.... still there was no pressure. Luckily for us the gas station we stopped had a motorcycle parts & accesories and repair shop. We had the bike fixed there.....




I think somebody arrived and was looking for me.....





The bike was being fixed at the shop while we ate some snacks on a restaurant beside it......








We must be on a lucky streak that day. The owner of the gas station was a biker and into off road riding with several CRF 450X parked in his garage. He call up his buddy Oliver who arrived on his GS1200 and said to me..... Hey, I know you, your the famous rider named HERC.... I blushed and said, I am a not famous... but I do ride! . He has been reading my RR in the other forums and enjoys the places iI go to. He asked me when was the next ride up North and he wants to ride with us together with some ride buddies from the area. I said sure, I'd love to ride him and his group anytime. I will inform you in advance before I make the next ride up there.

A pix of Me and Doctor Oliver Espidol





Doc Oliver's GS1200




Some more photo ops with the good doctor...






The bike brake was done, they found the culprit, a cir-clip holding the rubber cap at the end of the push rod went of due to hard braking. They clipped it back and the brakes were working immediately. We thanks the Doc oliver, the mechanics and new found friends. We were still about 300kms away final destination.


To be continued..............
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Great photos--makes me even more excited about getting away from Canadian winter and returning to PI in late January. Rode Negros, Cebu, Panay in 2009 on a tour (HP Bryan) and spent time in Luzon. I want to expand things this time, and perhaps get around Mindanao. Any thoughts on that?
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Great photos--makes me even more excited about getting away from Canadian winter and returning to PI in late January. Rode Negros, Cebu, Panay in 2009 on a tour (HP Bryan) and spent time in Luzon. I want to expand things this time, and perhaps get around Mindanao. Any thoughts on that?

Welcome to the Philippine Adventure Rides thread eagle357

Did you do Panay loop with my friend Bryan Pine? If yes, your in good hands my friend.



I would suggest a Philippine Oddesey loop. Please refer to Map below:




Me and my ride buddies recently did this this loop without the Zambales route (lower left portion of the map).

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We passed thru the Enrile highway. It was full of straights and some uneven cemented roads. Plues some view one those not see in the city.

We made a stop for a photo ops

































Another batch of on the road shots.... full of straight roads.



























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We finally reach Tugegarao aft the high speed run at Enrile highway. However, the vibration caused by the uneven roads took it toll. The KTM Super Duke's rear turn signals broke off. And the Ducati Monster 696 Leo Vince full system started to backfire because of loose bolt.















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be back in bohol on 25 JAN to FEB 24th 2012 flights booked all passports done
Great! Good to know that many inmates are coming over.


First on the list arriving is Rackemcrackem on Oct 24rth!

Keep on coming guys!



We finally Arrived at Sta. Ana. Cagayan.....

more info on Sta Ana
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Ana,_Cagayan
http://santa-ana-cagayan.blogspot.com/






Things to do at Sta, Ana....

Get picked up at the hotel in a van....




Eat dinner at some relative's place







Go out and explore the Cagayan Holiday & Liesure Resort & Casino
http://www.ironwulf.net/2011/03/09/c...ii-in-sta-ana/
http://honeyloumay.blogspot.com/2011...d-leisure.html








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