The San Leonardo Cycling Challenge is an established tradition conducted in March every year in San Leonardo town in Nueva Ecija.
The First United Architects of the Philippines’ Cycling Tournament
Seven categories competed in the inaugural race of the United Architects of the Philippines (UAP) through the backing of several entities
Go For Gold youngster Aidan James Mendoza becomes the stage 3 standout
Go For Gold (G4G) youngster Aidan James Mendoza overpowered veteran and rookie riders after an impressive sprint to the finish.
GO FOR GOLD PROJECT DIRECTOR AND HEAD COACH EDZ HUALDA
She has been in a cycling career for nearly ten years. Though, Hualda, in an instance in her life, moonlighted as Call Center manager. Early in her sports career, she took national level coaching and refereeing, becoming the youngest Judo Coach and Referee.
GO FOR GOLD RIDER EFREN REYES JR.
Efren Reyes Jr. is arguably Go For Gold's underrated all-rounder who hails from the World's Bangus Capital, Dagupan City, in the Province of Pangasinan.
GO FOR GOLD ROOKIE JHON BYRON LUCERO
Domestique rider Jhon Byron Lucero is the unheralded rider of Go For Gold Team.
GO FOR GOLD CONTINENTAL RIDER: JOSHUA MARI BONIFACIO
Go For Gold Continental rider, Joshua Mari Bonifacio, was born on 1 February 1999, in San Marcelino, Province of Zambales.
GO FOR GOLD TIME TRIALIST: MARCRYAN LAGO
Go For Gold Time Trialist Marcryan Lago was born on 13 July 2001 in Taguig City. Lago is the fifth among the eight children of the first Filipino gold medalist in Duathlon, Ryan Mendoza, who is now part of the regular force of the Philippine Air Force and Vilma Lago, a homemaker.
SUMMING-UP LBC RONDA PILIPINAS 2020
After finishing the 1,3410 kilometers scheduled for this year's race, LBC Ronda Pilipinas finally concluded in the Heritage City of the Philippines, Vigan City, Ilocos Sur.
GO FOR GOLD AT FULL PELT THIS COMING LBC RONDA PILIPINAS ANNIVERSARY RACE
This year, in the LBC Ronda Pilipinas anniversary race, Team Go For God is gunning for LBC Ronda Pilipinas leadership and championship with Ednalyn Hualda at the helm.