Pinoy Drift Trikes 1st Anniversary

Last Friday night was a quiet and small celebration of Pinoy Drift Trikes Facebook page – first year of existence (the right date would be every 2nd of May).

Me and the crew settle for a mix of Margarita and Tequila with adobo beef as appetizer at the nearby 7-11 store while Sean Kirk was busy practicing his drifting skills haha!

Some of the crew didn’t make it that night, that’s why we are extending it to be a month long celebration haha! Wishing the crew stay more years with this sport and make it popular here in the Philippines! 😀


UPDATE! as of 8pm last night (07 May 2013). The continuation of our month long PDT anniversary celebration, coincides with the birthday of one of our own drifter’s, Niño @ Yoo-hoo – Metrowalk, thanks bro!!! Booze and babes everywhere lol!

Viajista goes to Majayjay Falls

Quickie Ride – the term usually used by veteran riders if the distance is only more than a hundred kilometers (one way).

Somehow this would be the first impression as we travel to Majayjay, but because of the technicality of most of the road going there I even think of wearing a dogtra iq specially in Morong, Mabitac, Louisiana and Majayjay itself, those dizzying twisties makes the ride a bit more longer (almost 5 hours) compared to a trip at the North side where most road are straights.


Anyway, everyone enjoyed the challenging zigzag, though we got some minor trouble at the road going to the falls as the driveface of the Yamaha Mio MX loosened up and wobble inside the side cover, which destroyed the center hole. Good thing there’s a motorcycle shop at nearby Lucban town that sells replacement parts for Mio.


After waiting and repairing the bike (good thing a group of riders lend us a size 17 socket wrench hehe) We thought that the place would be jampacked already as we saw hordes of people on board different means of transportation goes along from where where we stay.



A few minutes more and we finally went inside Majayjay Falls. As a first timer, I was stoked by the beauty of nature it offers. We decided to try our luck and find a place to stay near the majestic falls of Majayjay. Fortunately, we find one and spend the rest of the afternoon drinking and swimming at the icy waters of Majayjay Falls, brrrrr! 😆

Fuel Consumption – 4.81 liters (round trip)

Averaging  @ 48.6 kms/liter