Sagada Loop 41: Rekta Silangan
What’s the meaning behind the name “Rekta Silangan“? A group of fixed gear enthusiasts once again proved that endurance can only be tested by withstanding one’s limits! This time, geared up with their mountain and cyclo-cross bikes, the group headed to Sagada in Mountain Province.
Riders: Rejie Fabian, Otch Mendoza, Lorenz Marfil, Mark Dumandan, and Albert Ginez
Sagada, being famous for its hanging coffins is located 275 kilometres north of Manila and is facing Bontoc, the provincial capital of the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR). Sagada Loop 41: Rekta Silangan, as dubbed was led by Sagada Loopers consisting of six riders and three support crew and photographers on February 6 to 14, 2016. The eight-day thrilling ride nestled uphill from Nueva Ecija to Nueva Vizcaya, Bagabag to Banaue, Banaue to Polis, Polis to Sagada, Sagada to Mt. Data, and from Mt. Data to Baguio City.
Sagada Loop 41: Rekta Silangan snapshots
Support Crew and Photographers: Kris Viacrusis, Martin Yambao, Maverick Rualo