IN A bid to solidify its stature as the new active lifestyle haven in Quezon City, Ortigas and Company recently introduced The Bike Playground in Circulo Verde.
This new hub for cycling pros and enthusiasts is developed by Ortigas & Company with global pump track and bike park creator Velosolutions.
The Bike Playground in Circulo Verde is the newest addition to the 10-hectare development, which houses a dynamic residential portfolio and emerging retail mix.
The Bike Playground aptly pushes Circulo Verde’s thrust to be the new go-to for urban dwellers seeking the active, alternative lifestyle. The bike facility is composed of the country’s first indoor pump track, a 1-kilometer outdoor trail for both pros and amateurs, and a kids’ track for the young ones.
Ortigas envisions The Bike Playground to enrich the living environment of Circulo Verde’s residents, and to serve as a new hotspot for thrill-seekers. With facilities that cater to bothbiking pros and newbies, The Bike Playground is shaping up as a new must-visit destination for both friends and families especially this summer.
The Bike Playground complements Circulo Verde’s jogging path and tranquil open spaces, perfect for both relaxation and play that is also accessible to the residents of Circulo Verde’s slate of residential towers, namely Majorca, Lleida, Ibiza, and Seville, and its townhouse development, Circulo Verde Garden Homes.
Industria, Circulo Verde’s retail complex, also houses neighborhood establishments for post-bike grub: Markus Patisserie and Bistro, The Washery and Cafe, Chef & Brewer, Infinitea, and Kambal Pandesal.
The Bike Playground is open everyday at Circulo Verde. Monthly membership cards and 10-day prepaid passes are now available for only P1,500 and P650, respectively.
Circulo Verde is conveniently located along Calle Industria, near Ortigas and C5. For operating hours and updates please visit The Bike Playground’s Facebook page at facebook.com/thebikeplaygro und/
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