The Bacolod Bike Show 2022 attracts enthusiasts

Cycling enthusiasts gathered for the event. (CONTRIBUTED PHOTO)

Here are some of the bikes featured at the Bacolod Bike Show.  (CONTRIBUTED PHOTO)

Here are some of the bikes featured at the Bacolod Bike Show. (CONTRIBUTED PHOTO)

BIKE enthusiasts enjoyed watching the different types of bikes on display at the Bacolod Bike Show 2022 recently at Ayala Malls Capitol Central Bacolod City.

Created and organized by Ryan Saez of Headrush, participants included ALS BIKES, Luiz Lizares, MTB Negros, Spoontrail, Cycloapaedia, Western Japanese Bikes, Warmup Bikes, Dobol O bikes, Custom Cruiser BCD, Dr. Michael Salvador, Bacolod Fixed Equipment and Wheelson bicycles.

Among the bikes on display at the showcase were a cross-country hardtail, full suspension, trail, enduro, downhill, fat bike and e-bike; vintage, classic, woman owned, kids bike, sports and old school BMX; restored bicycles, low rider, folding bicycles, tricycles, electric bicycles, modern, among others.

The main winners of the event were Warmup Bikes as Best of Show Overall; Best of Show Modern – Luis Lizares; Western Japanese bicycles; Road bike – Warm-up bikes; BMX – Double O Bikes; Best of Japanese Show: Western Japanese Bikes; Fixie – Gino Villanueva; 26″ MTB – Supreme Bike Republic Clyde Sia; 27.5″ MTB – Luis Lizares and 29″ MTB – Negros Lily Sy MTB. Investigators Equipaje and Le VTT des Entrepreneurs won the Best in Sport – Enduro feature award.

You can see the most expensive bikes, the best customized bikes, the best themed bikes, the best maintained bikes, the best restored bikes and the modern bikes.

The show helped ignite the creativity of bikers and improve what they have.

They like to ride bikes when they go on trails, ride road bikes, participate in bike competitions or ride bikes for exercise and fun, Saez said, thanking everyone who helped make the event possible.

Maria R. Newman