HPG to launch ‘ride for a cause’on Dec. 8
CAMP OLIVAS, Pampanga - The Highway Patrol Group III (HPG-3) and the Regional Advisory Council will launch the HPG “Ride for a Cause” on Saturday, December 8.
“Divided We Ride, United We Arrive,” is the theme of the project, said Senior Superintendent Kerby John Kraft, HPG-3 regional officer.
Kraft said the beneficiaries are burned and crippled children at the Philippine Orthopaedic Hospital and Philippine General Hospital, both in Metro Manila.
He said all motorcycle riders all over Luzon such Ilocandia Leg, Central Luzon, Southern Tagalog Leg and EDSA leg are expected to participate in the said project.
Participants of the big bike (400 and above) and under bone (below 400cc) will start at Police Regional Office III (PRO-3) parade grounds in Camp Olivas in the City of San Fernando and will then proceed to the Subic Bay Exhibition and Convention Center in Olongapo City.
Registration fee for big bike is P2,000 while for under bone is P500.
Kraft said HPG will give participants HPG belt buckle and HPG baller and or sticker.
He said they are expecting 700 participants in the HPG ride for a cause.
Assembly time at the PRO-3 parade grounds will be at 5:30 a.m. for big bikes while 6:30 a.m. for under bone, Kraft said.
Chief PNP Director General Oscar Albayalde will be the guest of honor and speaker during the launching.— Ric Sapnu