Yes, let a thousand bikes bloom, nay, vroooom (the unmuffled sound they generate when ignition key is on), on streets and even on roads less traveled by.
When bank and store credit was eased even to low income singles and families, the first option was to get one motor bike for ease in mobility.
A very affordable monthly, some weekly, financing plan enticed one too many in our region; an effective sales drive that spread like wildfire not only in urban centers but also in suburban areas.
Add to that the prospect of more savings on daily gas expense, and there should be no second thoughts but walk into the bike store and grab one.
So that when we went to shop at the SM City branch in Naga, one of the many malls that mushroomed this side of Bicol, we saw these colorful bikes of different brands and make occupying much of the wide park lot of the establishment.
This is my post for This is My World. Many thanks to Klaus, Sandy, Wren, Fishing Guy, Louise and Sylvia for hosting this wonderful meme: My World – Tuesday.
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Sydney – City and Suburbs
How fun!! Great, colorful shots! Looks as though people are having a lot of fun! Have a great weekend!
wow it is bike city, love all the colors…must be pretty crazy on the roads?
dami! ganyan din sa hometown ko sa Zamboanga City lahat ng kalye puro naka park motor bike.. hehehe
Sunset and Foreground
Pretty soon we’ll be like Vietnam or Taiwan where bike rules! It is an affordable means of transpo except that there are also twice as much accidents that happen. Nice post! Was planning sana a trip to Naga (Caramoan) for Holyweek but Gota Beach is closed again for the Survivor series so perhaps next year. 🙂
I love these shots with all the colorful bikes. I enjoyed this post.
Very nice shots. Ican not imagine how the sound will be when all of them move together.
Japa: That is a lot of motor bikes and I’m sure they do make a lot of noise.
pretty cool shots.
Wow, that’s a lot of bikes. Wonder if you rode in on one of the beauties. At first I thought it was a lineup for a race. Interesting post.
Good shots and good business for the dealers!
so many motorbikes! more and more people really are getting those instead of cars.
Reminds me very much of Malaysia – lots of affordable bikes there too. A good way to get around and not get stuck in traffic.
Great shots. I can imagine the roar!
Neat! Thanks for the visit!
Cool!!! Nice photos!!!
That IS a whole LOT of bikes! I hope they don’t all take off at once! They are colorful are bunched up together…
I have seen many of your posts. Your blog is so invigorated with energy and great photos. Keep up the good work!
Great post and amazing photos!!!
I love them all.
Been to SM City Naga Branch last July 2009, it was my first time to visit the place. That was the first thing that I noticed when we arrived.Cool colors of the motor bikes.
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Maray na aldaw.
Love all those bikes … very cool!