CITY OF MALOLOS- Bikers from inside and outside of Bulacan will have a chance to tour various museums in the province and discover the importance of its cultural heritage and local history through “Lakbike Turismo 2019: Discover Fun and Kasaysayan” on October 26, 2019, 6 am starting at the Provincial Capitol Ground in this city.
For a registration fee of P250 inclusive of dri-fit shirt, bag sack, post meal, raffle stub and finisher’s medal, bikers will visit historical landmarks in the province including Marcelo H. Del Pilar Shrine, Museo ng Kasaysayang Pampulitika ng Pilipinas (Casa Real), Museo ng Republika ng 1899 and Hiyas ng Bulacan Museum.
Governor Daniel R. Fernando encouraged everyone to participate in the 20-kilometer bike ride and realize the benefits of biking for the human body and for the environment.
“We want to promote Bulacan as a bicycle-friendly community. Although this is a friendly competition, tiyak panalo sa proyektong ito ang ating mga kalusugan dahil isa itong exercise sa ating katawan, gayundin ang ating Inang Kalikasan,” the governor said.
Interested individuals and groups may register on or before the date of activity at the Provincial History, Arts, Culture and Tourism Office at Hiyas ng Bulacan Sentrong Pangkultura, Antonio S. Bautista Provincial Capitol Compound, City of Malolos, Bulacan or contact them at 0997-638-4487 or 0921-616-6639, or send an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meanwhile, exciting prizes and awards await the participants including the Biggest Delegation Award, Early Bird Award, Youngest Biker Award and Veteran Biker Award.
The Lakbike Turismo activity is in accordance with Proclamation No. 798, s. 1991 or “Declaring the Month of October of Every Year as Museums and Galleries Month” to foster the preservation, enrichment and dynamic evolution of a Filipino national culture based on the principle of unity in diversity in a climate of free artistic and intellectual expression.
It is a project of the Provincial Government of Bulacan through the PHACTO in partnership with the Provincial Tourism Council Inc.