Chairman Mr. Bert Lina
President, Hon. Abraham N. Tolentino
Vice-President: Dr.Philip Ella Juico
Secretary General Atty.Avelino M. Sumagui
Treasurer Oscar “Boying” Rodriguez
Auditor Atty.Jesus Aranas
Paquito Rivas
Cornelio Baylon
Modesto Bonzo
Atty. Froilan Dayco
Lorenzo Lomibao
Atty. Gregorio Larrazabal
Vice Mayor Juancho Ramores
Ricardo Rodriguez
Carlos Gredona
Pablito Sual

Executive Director Jose Villa Jr.

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Posted: January 18, 2011 by Trowel in records


email us at:

Satellite Office:  Sumagui Law Office, Mendez Crossing, Tagaytay City 4120



ACC New Email

Posted: March 16, 2017 by Trowel in announcements

Greetings from Asian Cycling Confederation

Please note that the new email ID of the Asian Cycling Confederation is


Onkar Singh Secretary General, Asian Cycling Confederation


Posted: August 12, 2015 by Trowel in BMX, Invitations

bmx 2015 myanmar invitation




Elite Category

Name Race # Time
Mark John Lexer Galedo – Champion 16 2:28:33
Marcelo Felipe -1st Runner Up 20 2:28:34
Jan Paul Morales 2nd Runner Up 5 2:30:22
Ronald Oranza 3 2:30:27
Jun Rey Navarra 13 2:30:27
Boots Ryan Cayubit 17 2:30:27
Rustom Lim 8 2:31:43
Baler Ravina 19 2:31:43
Nelson Martin 11 2:32:45
Rudy Roque 4 2:33:48
George Oconer 7 2:33:48
Lloyd Renante 1 2:36:44
Santy Barnachea 2 2:36:44
Ronnel Hualda 14 2:40:03
Joel Calderon 6 2:40:03
Ericson Obosa 18 2:40:03
Gerald Valdez 12 2:57:22
Jerry Aquino Jr. 9 2:57:22
Julius Mark Bonzo 10 2:57:22


Name Race # Time
John Mark Camingao – Champion 51 2:28:34
El Joshua Carino – 1st Runner Up 52 2:31:43
Jerard Estilo – 2nd Runner Up 60 2:34:08
Jay-Ar Martin 62 2:36:20
Dominic Simon Perez 61 2:40:03
Ar-Jay Peralta 63 2:40:03
Vladimir Ulanday 53 2:46:48
Job Christian Babagay 59 2:58:30


Name Race # Time
Jay Lampawog – Champion 64 1:35:27
Mervin Corpuz -1st Runner up 102 1:39:12
Rex Luis Krog – 2nd Runner Up 105 1:39:12
Daniel Ven Carino 101 1:39:12
Adrian Zafe 106 1:40:18
Albert V. Gile 107 1:41:42
Juan Carlos Barrios 103 1:43:57
Kin Kenneth G. Krog 104 DNF


Name Race # Time
Jermyn Prado 151 1:42:42


Elite Category

Name Race # Time
Ronald Oranza – CHAMPION 3 36:29:191
Mark John Lexer Galedo – 1st Runner Up 16 36:58:683
Marcelo Felipe – 2nd Runner Up 20 37:27:118
Jun Rey Navarra 13 38:29:191
Boots Ryan Cayubit 17 38:44:077
Rudy Roque 4 38:44:077
Julius Mark Bonzo 10 38:57:399
Baler Ravina 19 39:09:773
Rustom Lim 8 39:11:675
Nelson Martin 11 39:22:683
Joel Calderon 6 39:55:139
Lloyd Renante 1 40:48:760
Santy Barnachea 2 41:42:163
Jerry Aquino Jr. 9 41:58:951
Gerard Valdez 12 44:50:413


Name Race # Time
Jhon Mark Camingao – CHAMPION 51 38:05.713
El Joshua Carino – 1st Runner Up 52 38:53.973
Ronald Lomotos – 2nd Runner Up 54 41:40:083
Lawrence Mendoza 55 42:28.305
Jerald Estilo 60 43:01:874
Jay-Ar Martin 62 43:54:900
Job Christian Babagay 59 45:09.111
Christian Mercado 65 45:19.896
Dominic Simon Perez 61 45:25:216
Joshua Gile 56 48:40.939


Name Race # Time
Jay Lampawog – CHAMPION 64 39:29:001
Daniel Ven Carino – 1st Runner Up 101 40:02:147
Rex Luis Krog – 2nd Runner Up 105 42:52:138
Mervin Corpuz 102 43:48:748
Adrian Zafe 106 45:31.982
Juan Carlos Barrios 108 47:17.472
Morelon McCulley 108 49:54:105
Albert Gile 107 52:13:412


Name Race # Time
Jermyn Prado 151 49:38.625


Posted: June 29, 2015 by Trowel in races, records
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Mens Road Race: Flat circuit race. Race ended in bunch sprint (mass sprint) finish. Malaysia are most technically capable country in SEA of executing lead outs in a flat bunch sprint. The Philippines tends to perform better in mountain climbing races.

Road Race Results:
15th George Oconer
18th Rustom Lim
21st Ronald Oranza
28th Jan Paul Morales
30th Mark Galedo
31st Jerry Aquino (flat tire)

Women’s Road Race: Flat circuit race. Race finished in bunch sprint also.

Road race results:
6th Avegail Rombaon
8th Marella Salamat

Mens criterium: Flat small circuit race. Finish was bunch sprint.

Mens Criterium results:
7th Jan Paul Morales
12th Jerry Aquino
20th George Oconer
24th Rustom Lim
27th Ronald Oranza
30th Mark Galedo

Women’s criterium: Flat circuit race ending in bunch sprint

Women’s criterium results:
6th Marella Salamat
7th Avegail Rombaon

Mens individual time trial: flat loop with small bridge.

4th Ronald Oranza
6th Mark Galedo

Women’s individual time trial: flat loop with small bridge.

1st Marella Salamat

To be competitive in flat bunch sprints in international events like SEA Games and Asian Games, Filipino cyclists must race internationally to learn that unique skill set which is rarely practiced within the style of racing found locally in the Philippines. There is much more informality in terms of teams organizing strong lead out sprints in our local races. It is quite difficult to produce results in those international races when other countries like Malaysia have perfected the technique through years of international racing experience.

Marella Salamat has Asian Games medal potential in the future (with proper support).


SEAGAMES June 10-14 for Cycling

Posted: May 26, 2015 by Trowel in announcements, events, races, records

SEAGAMES BOUND CYCLIST leaving on June 8 for Singapore. Have all the luck and power to bring glory to Philippines. Jerry Aquino, Mark Mark John Lexer Galedo, Rostum Lim, Jan Paul Morales, George Oconer, Ronald Oranza, and the Females: Avegail Rombain, Marella Salamat.
Games starts on June 10 up to 14. Accompanied by Chris Allison, Coach Lobramonte and Bert Oconer. Our President will be in Singapore to check you out for real presence and support.

BECAUSE of the recent success of Danao City’s hosting of the 2015 Asean MTB Cup last weekend, Integrated Cycling of the Philippines (Philcycling) president Abraham Tolentino thought it best to bid for the hosting of the Asian Mountainbike Championship.

Tolentino, who is also a Tagaytay City congressman, said they are looking to bid for the hosting of the Asian event in either 2017 or 2018 as the 2015 and 2016 events have
already been awarded.

Tolentino was in town to witness the Asean MTB, which was held in Manlayag, Patag in Danao City last weekend.

Tolentino said they came to show the support of the race, which is rated Class 3 by the international governing body, UCI.

“If we can win the bidding, then we would ask the Philippine Sports Commission for support,” he said adding that Danao would be a perfect candidate for the venue because of its world-class tracks and because the City has always given its all out support to the sport.

THE PhilCycling—inspired not only by the competitive nature of its sport but more importantly its contribution to saving the environment—will push for the reactivation of cycling as a regular sport in the Palarong Pambansa the soonest in 2016.

In a resolution forged during the federation board’s meeting that coincided with the kickoff leg of the Asean Mountain Bike Cup Series in Danao City, Cebu, on Saturday, PhilCycling Chairman Bert Lina and President, Tagaytay Rep. Abraham “Bambol” Tolentino, and the board agreed the annual Palarong Pambansa would significantly support their grassroots development program centered on finding young talent and developing them into potential national athletes.

But the competitive aspect of cycling is just one of the objectives why the PhilCycling wanted its sport back in the Palaro.

“Cycling is no longer just a sport or a hobby or a form of physical fitness—it is an advocacy to help save the environment,” said Tolentino, adding representations will be made with the Department of Education through Secretary Bro. Armin Luistro and Assistant Secretary Tonisito Umali, the Palarong Pambansa Secretary General.

“The campaign to use the bicycle practically every day—as a mode of transportation to and from the work place and schools—has gone global and almost every country in the world is one in promoting the bicycle to help halt global warming,” said Lina, considered as the godfather of Philippine cycling, and who bankrolls the annual international multi-stage Le Tour de Filipinas.

Former Tour champion Modesto Bonzo of Pangasinan initiated the move to bring cycling back to the Palaro. He was fully backed by fellow-ex champion Paquito Rivas and former stars Juancho Ramores and Cornelio Baylon, who both started their illustrious careers in the Palarong Pambansa as cyclists during their high school years in the 1970s and early 1980s.

Danao City Administrator Oscar “Boying” Rodriguez, the PhilCycling Technical Commission head, vowed to encourage his province of Cebu to help in the campaign and pledged to create a mountain bike program suitable for kids of elementary and high school age.

Mountain Biking welcome at DRIFTWOODS sports park.

Posted: November 25, 2014 by Trowel in MTB
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We are glad to announce the opening of our roads for bmx and mtb training. No entrance fees. Just register and sign the waiver form when you enter.

National Athletes General Assembly on nov 24

Posted: November 23, 2014 by Trowel in Uncategorized

As titled

Ariana on 2014 Asian MTB

Posted: November 4, 2014 by Trowel in MTB, races

Ariana’s Coach/Dad gives his report about their stint in the 2014 Asian Mountain Bike Championships held over the weekend in Indonesia.
“First and foremost, I would like to thank everyone who had a hand in making Ariana’s stint in the Asian Championships possible. I can not express hard enough how much valuable it is for Ariana, and I as her coach, to experience firsthand the tough competition the Asian Championships is known for. As much as we would haved like to train more for this event, being advised only a little less than 4 weeks that Ariana was chosen by Philcycling to join this event, we took no time in accepting this challenge and privilege to represent the country, knowing Ariana will gain a lot from this experience. I know a lot of things needed to be ironed out for our stint to push through, but Congressman Abraham Tolentino, Philcycling’s Jojo Villa, and National Team Coach Christopher Allison made sure it would.
To get to the race site, which was in Lubuklinggau, Indonesia, we had to take 2 air flights of 6 hours total and a 5-hour car ride. This in itself was already very hard, but who are we to complain. We really wanted this and we accepted all the hardship it brings.
We got to the race venue 4 days before Ariana’s race and we immediately practiced the race track which was challenging indeed as per our standards. A 4 kilometer loop, 70 percent of which were rocky, twisting climbs, some having a gradient of more than 40 %. The downhill sections were also equally challenging, with two double arrow descents and numerous rock descents as well. It reminded me of the Danao race course, but much tougher. These are the kinds of tracks Ariana enjoys to ride on but unfortunately we were not able to train on this kind of tracks back home due to their unavailability due to the rains. In the future, we know what to expect.
We were able to scout most of her opponents because there was a relay event they joined in and I was able to record their lap times. The fastest we saw was 21 minutes per lap. Ariana, in her practice time trial, timed 18 minutes. So initially, we knew that with all things even, Ariana could defeat these ladies. The lone lady we were not able to scout was the girl from Thailand, the eventual Gold medal winner, because her team did not join the relay event as well.
Come race day, our game plan was for Ariana to start strong but ride with the group in the first 2 laps because we were pessimistic with her endurance on this kind of terrain, knowing that we had less time to train for this event and she was practically coming from an off-season and did not have a race for more than 2 months. We hoped that on the 3rd lap she can hammer it out and break away for the win. But that did not happen. Close to the end of the 2nd lap, Ariana crashed on one of the double arrow descents and misaligned her handle bar and wounded her thigh and shoulder. This did not surprise me because with this kind of tracks, and the intensity of the race, crashes are common. What followed was the lead two (Thailand and Japan) broke away from Ariana and the 4th lady (Chinese-Taipei) over took Ariana for 3rd place at the start of the 3rd and final lap. But with all the experience Ariana has with her many years in racing, she regained her composure, despite the pain of her injuries, and biked to the Feed Zone where I was in and I repaired her handle bar. She chased the Chinese-Taipei girl and managed to overtake her midway in the 3rd lap and maintain the lead up to the finish line and win the Bronze Medal.
Now, the question is, can Ariana defeat those two ladies who were ahead of her if she would not have crashed? My answer would be that if she would have been able to stay close to the two up to the last lap, she would have had a great chance in challenging for the win.
I am amazed at the level of competition at the Asian junior level, with Japan and Thailand showing that they are really serious in their mountain bike program, producing these really strong young riders. Simply put, for us to accomplish our goals, we should push harder in training and also develop tracks like they have here so that we can continuously hone the skills and endurance of our riders for these kinds of terrains and races.
I also believe that if we were told earlier of this Asian level event, with at least 2 months to prepare and train, there is no doubt in my mind Ariana could have done better and maybe even win the Gold. But nevertheless, we are very thankful for this experience because it gave us the knowledge on the level of competition Ariana will have to face, and the kind of race tracks where it will happen, for her to get a slot in the 2020 Olympics in Japan, which is our ultimate dream for her.
Now, with the help of the National Team in calendaring the races next year for Ariana, we can now train months in advance for the tough competition ahead.
To end this report, what this experience has done is that it made our planning for Ariana’s career a lot more clearer now, knowing the competition at hand and the equivalent training it needs. Thank you very much for reading my report.
-Donjie Dormitorio/ Ariana’s Coach and Father.