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Yesterday was the Big C Pamahawan Curve snap shot. The event was a charity type in which motorbike riders need to pay a registration fee in order to help those people in need. The event gained participants through Facebook posts and on other social medias. Even I, wouldn't know if I was not that active on Facebook. Well, I only have Facebook as my social media account. So I am active there most of the time if I'm not in read.cash.
Alright, let me explain the title of the event. Big C stands for the curve like C as in letter C.
The riders need to pass that curve safely and they might also do some trick while passing along the curve. Pamahawan is the name of place where the curve was located. This place was just few barangays away from ours that's why I was able to go there and witness the event. There were also professional photographers who were stationed at the different sides of the road just to get the perfect shots of the riders as they go through along the Big C.
These are the photographers:
I was thinking to register so I can take part of the event too but then the event already started and converting my BCH earning into our fiat money would take time like 2 hours. I don't have money in pocket that time so unfortunately, I wasn't able to join. But, before the event started, I tried my luck. I really wanted to get a shot/photo while I am driving through the Big C. Though I did not wear the proper gear, I thought my helmet was enough for my safety. I even wore shorts and ordinary shirt because the place was just near from us. And the worse is, I am only wearing my slippers. But nah, who knows the photographer might give me a shot while the event hasn't started.
With high hopes, I drive my motorbike and pass by the Big C. There were also people passing by because it's a national road. There were also policeman and other rescue teams in case there will be accidents. It's not actually a race. It's just driving along the curve with the photographers taking a perfect shot while the riders are moving.
See, I drove through that curve with high expectations that the photographers would mind to give me a shot. I don't care if I'm just wearing my slippers. Lol. I wasn't that aware that I was photographed because I was too focused on the road. If not, I might get into an accident and my parents will not forgive me if I return the motorbike with a scratch.
And there, I made. After my first attempt, I tried again and again. Why not? More entries means more chances of winning, right? Call it funny but you'll never know the eagerness unless you do have the same passion as mine.
That's me in the frame. Thanks to ChoiSalan.Captures for these amazing shots. I wasn't really expecting of this but I dream about this. Sorry if I am not wearing the proper gears. As what I said, I planned to join but then scarcity of cash does not allow me to do so. Well, there's still next time for everything. What's important now is I have these shots of mine that will serve as remembrance of my hardwork. Hardwork in driving through the curve repeatedly. I was not really expecting this one because I thought they would only click for those riders who registered. Oh well, I guess I am just lucky on that day.
Please don't judge the way I dressed there. When I will be joining one officially, I will make sure I look so appropriate to the event. This time, I was just in a hurry because I woke up late. If only I woke up early, I can convert my earnings into cash and enjoy the ride and the same time, I am helping those people in need for the earnings of this event goes to a charity.
Some might won't understand why we love doing such. Some would also think that it's for fame, it's just a display of the bike you have or to even boast about your ability in handling a motorbike. But it's not. It's more than that. It's all about the passion and the willingness to help. We all have different passion and I do hope we do respect whatever it is.
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