What did we do?

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Our 2017 Sikad Ride proceeds were used to build and complete the "Sikad Village of Light" community in Barangay Conception 1, Sariara, Quezon, Philippines.  Please Click Here to view the Completion Report.

2018 - No Bike ride this year
2017 - Funded the water delivery ​system at the Sikad Village of Light
2016 - Completed the Sikad/ Village of Light at Siriyaya
2015 - Proceeds went to build Sweet Home Alabama GK Village
2014 - Funded the Goodness Rising HN Village
2013 - Went to fund the GK Mabinay Green Village
2012 - Funded another Sibol School in GK Salvacion Penalosa, Upi, Maguindanao. 
2011 - Helped fund various projects in Daet, Camarines Norte and ro and Iligan City.                                                         2010 - Helped the victims of typhoon "Sendong" in Cagayan De Oro and Illigan City.
2009 - Funded CA Ngayon GK Village
2007 - Southern California & CFC Southbay GK Village
2006 - STMC - Ancop USA GK Village


Previous Years Sikad Ride Proceeds

upcoming Events


At Sikad ng Bayan, Cycling to Rebuild a Nation, We thrive to include all ages, new or seasoned riders, and family rides. Our rides are carefully planned and checked to give everyone a safe and enjoyable ride.  Our sag support starts from when you come in at the event until you leave home. 

Here are our upcoming event. Sign up early.  Jersey sizes are limited:

Sikad ng Bayan Bike Ride
April 13, 2019

​Online Registration begins January 15, 2019.! 

Not everyone can draft an architectural plan or put up a structure from the ground up but any person can do the best with whatever talent he has to contribute to a great cause. One group of friends could not build homes physically but learned they could raise them up by pedaling their bikes.

Robby and Benjo Villanueva, Sonny Gaite, Gerry Tolentino, Manolet Rodriguez, Noli Calingo, Red Sioson, Frank Lesaca and Rey Diamse among many Filipinos abroad have the desire to give back to the land of their birth. It happened because of one common interest: riding bikes. They were cycling buddies since July 2004 when the group invited Sioson to join them on their regular rides along Long Beach, California.

They started to ride for fun, three-times a week while taking long rides on weekends. After several months, more members from the Couples for Christ community they belonged to joined in and the group of cycling hobbyists was formed. They called themselves Lucky Chan, a Filipino pun to mean “big stomachs.”

Sikad Ng Bayan Team has grown exponentially since then.  Two bike rides have branched out of Sikad:  Santa Clarita Grand Pondo (October) and Las Vegas Sikad (October/November).