THE multi-purpose Bikers’ Den in Barangay Inmalog Sur, San Fabian put up through the initiative of Fourth District Rep. Christopher de Venecia has been a big blessing to bike enthusiasts, tourists and other people who love their nature.
A part of the sports tourism program of Congressman De Venecia, the facility stands as a monument to recognize the efforts of Pangasinan cyclists who made their province the “cradle of world champions and record holders in cycling”.
Mountain bike enthusiasts not only from Pangasinan but from other provinces ride through the paved winding road to the Bikers’ Den every Saturday and Sunday, helping popularize mountain biking as a sport for the young and young at heart.
The first of its kind in Pangasinan, the Bikers’ Den, has become the regular beehive of bikers and tourists visiting San Fabian.
The Bikers’ Den was established precisely to revive the interest of the youth in cycling and in order to showcase the beauty of San Fabian, which is already known for its enchanting beaches and hills that are worth exploring in any type of climes.
The Bikers’ Den offers a beautiful landscape, clean restrooms, shower area and bike rails where the bicycles can be secured while the bikers are having a rest in their den.
Aside from convincing investors like Ramon Ang, CEO of the San Miguel business conglomerate, to establish a multi-million-peso business hub in San Fabian, De Venecia is keen on developing and promoting the tourism industry in San Fabian.
Meanwhile, the San Fabian Baywalk initiated by De Venecia is already 80 percent complete and can now initially be used for jogging, leisure walking and biking.
It will soon be adorned with a soft scape, such as plants and lighting to make it more enticing and conducive to people in the beachfront who take a strolling on the Baywalk.
De Venecia also plans to improve the PTA Beach Resort and the Tupig lane along the Damortis-Tocok road. (Leonardo Micua)
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