Agu Paiso

Writer

Agu, in previous lives, was the editor of Mountain Bike Philippines, Editor in Chief of Men’s Health Philippines, and Associate Editor for T3 magazine. He has ridden his share of trails both in the Philippines and around the world, and calls his experience at the 2010 Single Speed World Championships in Rotorua, New Zealand, “Life-changing”.

Agu Paiso heads back to Nueva Ecija to conquer the first race of the Gravel World Series—and learns that there are more layers to this event than meets the eye.
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Racers and Layers

Agu Paiso heads back to Nueva Ecija to conquer the first race of the Gravel World Series—and learns that there are more layers to this event than meets the eye.

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Racers and Layers

Agu Paiso heads back to Nueva Ecija to conquer the first race of the Gravel World Series—and learns that there are more layers to this event than meets the eye.

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The world's first Gravel World Series kicked off in Nueva Ecija in April 2022. Agu Paiso recons the race route in Bongabon and rediscovers the thrill of a gravel race.
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Will Travel for Gravel

The world's first Gravel World Series kicked off in Nueva Ecija in April 2022. Agu Paiso recons the race route in Bongabon and rediscovers the thrill of a gravel race.

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Who knew Guimaras was ripe to become the country’s next mountain-biking mecca?
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The Roads Must Roll

Who knew Guimaras was ripe to become the country’s next mountain-biking mecca?

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