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    #21
    ok sana bike kaya lang bad air to inhale minsan, prone sa kidnapping lalol, tsaka wont it affect and be bad for the balls lalo na kung nadaan sa lubak o humps?

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    #22
    Quote Originally Posted by cutedoc
    ok sana bike kaya lang bad air to inhale minsan, prone sa kidnapping lalol, tsaka wont it affect and be bad for the balls lalo na kung nadaan sa lubak o humps?
    honga eh... proper attire lang cguro... gas mask... tska cycling shorts... tapos palagyan mo ng suspension bike... hehehe...

    commute na nga lang muna... para tipid... weekends na lang gamit ng car...

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    #23
    Quote Originally Posted by The INQ7 Article
    “I am happy that the Supreme Court found it constitutional,” said Recto, principal author of the e-VAT law in the Senate.

    “With the revenues that would be generated [by e-VAT], if collected properly, would put behind us the financial crisis,” he said.

    “We would be borrowing less money next year, putting money for agricultural modernization, building more infrastructures, eventually balancing our budget by 2008,” Recto said.
    yan ang pinakaimportanteng IF sa statement nya.

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    #24
    Quote Originally Posted by akuma
    honga eh... proper attire lang cguro... gas mask... tska cycling shorts... tapos palagyan mo ng suspension bike... hehehe...
    Nung nagpunta ako ng China, yung mga babae naka office attire pa (blouse and skirt) tapos nagbibisikleta lang. Yung iba tumatayo pa sa bike habang nagpe-pedal kapag paakyat yung kalsada. Tawa nga ako eh. Sabi ko, sa Pinas hindi mo mapapaganyan ang mga babae. Hehe.

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    #25
    Quote Originally Posted by EL Chicane
    Nung nagpunta ako ng China, yung mga babae naka office attire pa (blouse and skirt) tapos nagbibisikleta lang. Yung iba tumatayo pa sa bike habang nagpe-pedal kapag paakyat yung kalsada. Tawa nga ako eh. Sabi ko, sa Pinas hindi mo mapapaganyan ang mga babae. Hehe.
    ganon din sa japan...meron pa ngan iba naka-amerikana pa.

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    #26
    its not as polluted in those places... plus they have designated bike lanes..

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    #27
    Saka malamig ang klima dun sa China at Japan. Kung dito yan, pagdating mo sa opis eh amoy pawis ka na.

    Pero siguro ok pa sakin kung magmo-motor going to work.

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    #28
    Quote Originally Posted by explorer
    ganon din sa japan...meron pa ngan iba naka-amerikana pa.
    yup, even students in micro-mini skirts & knee length socks ride bikes. ang saya ko sa japan that time dami ko nasilipan. hahaha!

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    #29
    Considering the P40/liter price of gas, I would agree sa proposition na motorcycles can be a cheaper alternative mode of transportation. And safe on the hands of trained and responsible riders.

    Sa Vietnam at India, matagal ng uso ang bisikleta. Sa buong Asia naman in general, alternative transportation na ang motorcycles, kahit sa maiinit na kalsada ng Bangkok. meron silang motorcycle na parang taksi ang turing: solo rider with passenger. iba pa ito sa tuktok tricycle nila. Kung di ako nagkakamali, ine-export pa ang Phil made Honda underbone motorcycles sa India at Vietnam (except the Honda XRM which was conceptualized by Pinoys and made for Pinoys only.) Malakas ang market ngayon sa underbone motorcycles sa China, Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, at Pilipinas. Unique lang talaga sa Asia ang underbone motorcycles. Walang Shogun, Raider or Crypton sa Europe at US hehehe. Sa Kota Kinabalu, around P13/liter lang ang unleaded gas yet uso din dun ang underbones. Siguro dahil sa kultura na rin sa Asia at dahil angkop talaga ang size ng underbones sa size ng Asians.

    Kung papayagan ng PNCC ang underbones sa NLEX, malamang marami ang makikinabang sa benefits ng motorcycle considering the price of gasoline dito sa atin. As it is, motorcycles are relegated to McArthur HW. I don't know how they determine that motorcycles below 400cc are not fit on expressways.

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    #30
    dapat yung mga offices magconstruct na ng mga shower rooms para sa mga biker employees. heheh.

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