Jariel’s Peak is one of the famous rider’s destinations in Infanta, Quezon. The highway going here has limited access to public transport making it a popular weekend spot for motorcycle riders and mountain bikers.
I got this slightly used Yamaha Sniper 150 MXI, and I wanted to “BREAK IN” ride together with my closest friend. Originally we don’t have any planned destination and we ended up to visit Jariel’s Peak in Infanta Quezon.
Our journey starts from Cogeo all the way to Boso Boso followed by ascending to Marilaque highway.
The ride via Marcos highway is a long, slow , clutch burning ride. I’m still adjusting from semi clutch to full clutch set-up and of course the top speed of my new motorcycle. A good motorcycle can reach 100 mph in a just over 5 seconds. That’s fast enough in a car. But on my motorcycle it feels twice as intense haha. Over all, I am satisfied to the performance. I started loving my “spikey”.
We immediately got to high altitude. The fog and the cool air made the ride refreshing not to mention the view of Sierra Madre mountain ranges.
We reached Jariel’s peak after 2 and a half hours of ride from Antipolo. It was a gloomy weather that time and a cup of Coffee compensates the pretty amazing view offered by Jariel’s Peak Restaurant view deck.
Since we took our breakfast before the ride and we’re still not hungry that time, we just only have some good talk about the adventure of Koyang in Nasugbu. We called his adventure and entitled it as “The Lovely Day”. lol
To make the long story short, we headed back to Antipolo around 11AM and had our late lunch at PARK REST and DINE restaurant where we ordered again our favorite Tinolang Manok. This time the secret receipt was revealed. Yey! We must try it next time at HOME.
Riding has become one of the greatest joys of my life. I’d recommend it to anyone looking for a new sense of fun and adventure. Until our next ride soyah!