Moving towards a Bikeable Philippines.

Nominate a Bicycle Friendly City, Establishment, or Workplace Now!

The Mobility Awards was driven by a simple goal: the prioritization of the needs of 88% of Filipino households in Metro Manila that do not own private cars (JICA-MUCEP, 2015). According to Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), over 80% of road spaces are dedicated for the use of private cars despite only 12% of Filipino households being car owners. This is not only happening in Metro Manila, but everywhere else in the Philippines where the conditions for cyclists and pedestrians remain challenging. Join us as we search for the most bike-friendly Cities, Workplaces, and Establishments in the Philippines!

Nominate a Siklista ng Bayan Now!

Apart from recognizing bicycle-friendly cities, workplaces, and commercial establishments in Philippine cities, the Mobility Awards will also be recognizing hard working cyclist messengers and delivery riders, as well as entrepreneurs.  This can be your suking magtataho, recyclers, baristas, magbabalot, fruit or vegetable vendors. 

Help us recognize them by sending us photos and stories featuring all their hard work.

Nominations will close by November 07, 2021


Bicycle-Friendly Cities

City local government units (CLGUs) that promote cycling as mode of transport in their cities.

Bicycle-Friendly Workplaces

Businesses, organizations, or institutions where the bike-friendly initiatives are catered for the employees.

Bicycle-Friendly Establishments

Business establishments or institutions where the motivation for bike-friendly initiatives are catered mainly to the needs of its customers.

We will also be handing out Padyak Champions and Siklista ng Bayan special awards – stay tuned for more details!


All nominations will be evaluated and ranked according to:

News & Updates

The mobility revolution is underway.

People in Metro Manila cycle every day. The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority counted over 100,000 cyclists traversing 6 major intersections on EDSA last June, with an average of 4,000 cyclists every day. Even MMDA officials consider the numbers are likely an underestimate, which is why a regular bike count needs to happen, in more locations.

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