ATV adventure: Trailblazing the uplands of Bacolod

THE all-terrain vehicle (ATV) adventure will soon trailblaze the uplands of the eastern portion of Bacolod City as a group of ATV enthusiasts began to explore the muddy and upland terrains of the city.

With the coronavirus pandemic, there's less fun now in congested areas, as social distancing might suffer if others are lenient to observe the city's health protocols.

The new normal has pushed people to venture for outdoor adventures to enjoy a safer environment away from the risk of coronavirus disease (Covid-19).

The couple Michael and Jojane Morcilla, this writer, Luna Escalona, Citoy and Johanna Taño and several others have embarked on an ATV adventure ride at the uplands of Granada, Bacolod City.

The group has enjoyed an off-road ride at the muddy and hilly terrains of the eastern portion of Bacolod.

It was fun, entertaining and muscle-flexing as we dealt with surviving the trail, said Jojane.

Michael's enthusiasm for new recreation, on the other hand, was heightened by the ATV ride. His family can bond together on a new expedition.

It will also help us in our physical recreation, said Luna.

If you ride on an ATV, you will be a sure head-turner as people will notice you with your unique and sporty conveyance, said Citoy Taño.

Johanna was happy to explore an ATV ride aside from being engrossed in being a mother.

With the breathtaking off-road adventure and the amazing scenic views, it is only fitting that an ATV adventure trail would exist here.


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