Author: Nityalila

Nityalila in Vermosa

Filipina singer-songwriter, #ClimateRevolution advocate, and bike camper, Nityalila to grace this year’s Swift Campout Philippines at Vermosa. Enjoy some acoustic music around the campfire after a long day of biking. Featuring Sandy Baliong on percussions and a performance by Lawrence Pajaron Cusipag. It will be a feast of music, nature, and lots and lots of #campvibes. See you tomorrow, June 24, 2017, 7:30 PM at VERMOSA, DASMA/IMUS CAVITE. Share the love! #vermosaph #swiftcampout2017 #swiftcampout #vermosabikeskillspark See https://www.facebook.com/VermosaPH/ for more details. Advertisements

Summary Of The Paris Agreement

When it comes to reading documents, I have to admit that I’m very lazy. Give it to me in bullets and I’d be happy to read it. So lately, I’ve been reading up on the Paris Agreement and how important it is for countries to ratify it. Upon my research, I came across the summary of the agreement on the UNFCCC page and decided to make a graphic art out of it to spark more interest and conversations.

Bayani On Wheels 2015

This month, I decided to join Bayani On Wheels team to help build houses for the Gawad Kalinga community in Gabaldon, Nueva Ecija. Our mission was to bike from Manila to Gabaldon in 2 days, covering 200kms of flat paved roads with some inclines. Day 1: Manila to Cabanatuan From Quezon City, we passed through EDSA, then into the cities of Valenzuela, Marilao, Sta. Maria, Guiguinto, Plaridel, Pulilan, Baliuag, San Rafael, San Ildefonso, Gapan, Sta. Rosa, and finally, to Cabanatuan City. We left Quezon City at 6:30am and reached Cabanatuan City at 5:30pm just before dark. We stayed at the NFA staff house for the night. Most roads to Cabanatuan looked like this – flat, paved, and had an emergency lane which we happily declared as a bike lane. Some parts were under construction so we were forced to share the road with speeding cars, buses, and trucks. Warning: Watch out for speeding trucks and buses. They do not slow down for anyone. Bike touring wouldn’t be complete without having #CoffeeOutside. Whenever I go on a bike tour, I …

Sheroes On Wheels

On October 20, 1895, Annie Londonderry was the first woman who biked around the world. “I am a journalist and ‘a new woman,’” she wrote, “if that term means that I believe I can do anything that any man can do.” Today, we have more women taking on the road to cycle. These women are road SHEroes. The presence of women cycling on the road not only encourages more people to bike, it also brings different issues such as safety, fitness, and environment into everyday conversations. Women on wheels symbolize courage and empowerment. For them, changing your lifestyle means changing the world. Get to know your road #SHEro and what she fights for through cycling. Nityalila Saulo Singer-Songwriter, Producer Dakila – Philippine Collective for Modern Heroism Charley Sta. Maria Documentary Filmmaker Climate Walk, Project Aral, DLF, Dakila Julia Nebrija Urban Planner Viva Manila, Inclusive Mobility Network Penny Nepomuceno Bike Entrepreneur, Barre3 instructor UP Mountaineers, LARGA Travel and Adventure Co. Lei Mangubat University Instructor, Bike Messenger UP Mountaineers, Pedala Tina dela Cruz Firefly Brigade Council Firefly …