To those who love to spend their leisure time engaging outdoor sports like Mountain Biking, there is an alternative place for you to. It is open to both military and civilian bikers. You can exercise here from 8am-5pm, everyday. To get inside the camp, pass through Gate 6, near the St Michael's Chapel. This is located along Bayani Road. You will be required to register at the guard post. Make sure that you bring any identification card. You can park your vehicle at the chapel's parking area. The guard on duty will guide you to the MTB trail which is near the Army General Hospital. You will be welcomed by this marker near the registration area.
After clearing in at the entrance gate, I am now starting my adventures. Is it really challenging?? I learned my basic bike-handling skills by watching fellow officers who are into this sport. I also learned the hard way and got some memorable experience of getting scratches after crashing in steep and narrow trails. Ohhh, I miss the slippery trails that wind through the foothills of the beautiful Mt Isarog in Camarines Sur.
I am now beginning to feel the 'mini-challenge' of maintaining my balance in this narrow trail. One false move, I will roll down the ravine to my left.
The bridge too far. Will it collapse under my weight? You can also try to jump with your bike here.
More names of adventurous friends who dared this trail. I know these markers are just for fun but they surely have served the purpose of reminding bikers to be very careful.
I reached the finish line without any scratches this time. Slowly, but surely. It's fun biking here especially if you're with close friends who will chase you all the way back to the starting line unscathed.