MotoCamp Riding School in partnership with the Baguio Flower Festival Foundation, Inc. and the Department of Tourism – CAR organized “Panagbenga’s 1st Bikes in Bloom and MotoGlamping 2022” held this April 2 and 3, 2022.
Participant’s brought their big bikes, scooters, e-scooter and mountain bike and had their rides decorated by a local florist on the first day while enjoying their sunset stay at Valleypoint Campsite Baguio – a campground situated in the mountain valley.
A Ceremonial Take-Off was held at Wright Park with Department of Tourism Cordillera Regional Director Jovita Ganongan and Mayor Benjamin Magalong expressing a short inspirational message and also the official start of the Photo Contest.
Participants were required to join the RIDE-SHOOT-TAG-&-TELL Challenge. This challenge requires participants to take pictures around the City and dine at participating establishments as well as visit tourist destinations as waypoints after which, use SocMed as a way to promote and inspire Moto Tourism.
The event successfully aimed to advocate women empowerment as it is also part of Women’s Month. MotoCamp’s mission is to promote competent, safe, and confident riders, especially women and to raise funds for the Igorota Foundaion Inc. as the beneficiary.