Saturday, December 3, 2011

Bike Commute to Jamba Juice in Bonifacio Global City

Last November 30, in celebration of Andres Bonifacio Day (a public holiday here in the Philippines), I biked to Bonifacio High Street in Bonifacio Global City. I cycled 10 kilometers, more or less, from my house in Paranaque to BHS in Taguig. Since it was a holiday, there weren't a lot of cars on the road, which was great.
Travelled north via the West Service Road. Turned right on Sales Road, which changed to Lawton Ave. upon entering Fort Bonifacio. Continued biking 'til I hit McKinley Road, turned right, then left to 9th Ave.
Along 9th Ave.
About to turn towards 7th Ave.
I stopped at the new portion of Bonifacio High Street, the one with the Jamba Juice. To reenergize, I ordered a Medium Protein Berry Workout smoothie. Yum!
Afterwards, I biked 3.5 kilometers south to Mckinley Hill where I met my wife and daughter to have an early lunch. : )
Happy Biking!


  1. wow, sa merville po kayo nanggaling? malapit din po ako dun, i just got my first folder and i'm excited to ride it to work in makati and back home. curious po ako- are bikes allowed to counterflow the southbound lane ng highway in nichols interchange to get to APC?

  2. Hi, Mike! Yes, we are impliedly allowed to counterflow at the southbound lane of the highway as long as we stick on the side of the state college of aeronautics, the villamor air base elementary school and APC.

    Pero I'd rather pass sa Pasong Tamo Extension.

  3. I use my folding bike to get around all the time too - except that I prefer full-size wheels, so I went with a Montague.