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    Tales from the Woods
    20-05-2007
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Rando de l'Athenee at Wavre
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    I've already done quite a bit of [mountain]biking this year - and some wonderful trails as well I might add - but today was my first organised ride of 2007. Wavre is some 20k away from my home so instead of adding to the global warming I took my bike over there, which added to my global warmup .
    Upon arriving I left my bike at the guarded bike-park - I was the only one in the lot, but then again, most folks arrive in groups and can leave one of them to guard the bikes, a luxury I don't have - and the mademoiselle gave me a card with a number (8) corresponding to a numbered card she attached to my bike. I normally won't let people touch my bikes but I gladly make exceptions for pretty mademoisselles..
    Oh, right, there were a few people I was supposed to meet at the start but some of them had already set off, and another one was going to do the 25K with her boyfriend (who is badly out of shape ) and told me I shouldn't wait for her.
    So I didn't. I went to the inscription, ticked the 65K distance on the form - there were also 15, 25, 35 and 50K distances on offer - forked over 4 Euro to another mademoisselle
    , got my bike back from the bike-park - merci ma belle - and I was on my way. Oh wait, first I needed to attach a little card with the emergency numbers to my bike. Good thing these cards , you never know whats going to happen.

    The Ride:
    The first few K were meandering through the city but then we got into a park where the first offroad stretch was greeting my 1.8 Schwalbe "Nobby Nic" tyres. I chose these because of the heavy rainfall we had last friday. I would normally not consider such narrow tyres on a ride this long and I have to say, near the end my back was protesting the lack of comfort they offered . But considering the condition of the track, the choice proved to be a wise one. The trails were rather dry to start with. The loop went more or less anti-clockwise around Wavre. First we went toward Chaumont Gistoux and Grez-Doiceau, where a lot of the trails were very familiar to me. But still the trailbuilders managed to find some nice solutions to include some seldom used singletrails. I particularly enjoyed the trail next to the river Train, until the trail changed into a big mudhole that was. Foot on the ground and a few quick jumps brought me through the worse of it, back on the bike and the Nobby Nics found some grip to get me out of there - fast. The arrowing was rather sparse but more than sufficient. Although there was also the option to have your time clocked - a brevet this is called - on the 65K and I suppose if you really went fast you might miss some turns due to the arrowing being sparse.
    But I only missed one - on a familiar track I must add - where they chose another option to loop out of than the one I usually take.. my bad . I quickly noticed I was wrong ( no more arrows ! ) and got back to the fork where I last saw an arrow. After some 20K I got to the first rest stop. This was stocked with food - dried fruit, cake , bananas and more cake -  and water. Also some mint-flavored sports-drink which didn't invite to get a second glass. Sober but sufficient I would say. And who can complain when you get 3 reststops for 4 Euro, right?
    The trail then ondulated toward Dion Valmont and further to the Bois de Laurensart. Here they added an extra loop for the 65K which took us on a screaming fast downhill and straight into our first *big* mudhole.. *Aaargh*. Those who know me know that I don't particularly like mud. The only people really liking mud might be the bikeshops, they get to change all the worn-out bikeparts. But I managed to get myself and my bike through the puddles unscathed. Experience is a good thing in these matters. Instead of burying yourself in the mud trying to go AROUND the puddles, just go STRAIGHT THROUGH them. The ground is harder IN the puddles, and the water will clean your tyres and bike, rather than clog it up with mud. I saw some lesser experienced guys burying themselves quite successfully in the sucking mud.. their agonizing screams left me to pedal away with a smile on my face. Yeah, I'm bad.
    Getting to the second rest stop now, planted in a field in Ottenburg. I tried checking how long we had to go (I had 41K on my counters) but the girls manning ( lovely play of words don't you think?)  the rest stop were not 'in the know' of such arcane things. So I figured it must still be 25K and moved on. Food and drink here were the same as on the first stop. Nothing fancy but sufficient. The trail now came very close to Wavre again but luckily another loop (or 3 ) was awaiting the long-distance riders'. First we got a fine loop going towards Rosieres, with a hollow road drop in a forest towards Tombeek to follow. Albeit another mudhole awaited us at the bottom of said drop. Oh well, let's get dirty - it's fun. Another climb followed taking us in reverse direction of a marked route (BLOSO Overijse ) and back towards Wavre.
    I began to feel the accumulation of K's in my legs and riding alone - I only seemed to be passing bikers at the rest stops and only 2 or 3 passed me  - gave me the impression to be on some trail exploration . I love the solitude of the longest distance on an organized ride. Most people seem to settle for the middle distances , 35/50K on this ride . I was just thinking of adding an extra stop to absorb a powerbar when the third reststop announced itself. So I ate it there, or rather I queezed it out of its wrapper. It had slightly begun to rain now, and the trails became covered with a wet sheen which rendered them a bit more tricky than they already were. Every now and then some cobbles were thrown at us, and you know how tricky wet cobbles can be. Alertness was required. Some 10K to go, and some fine trails were awaiting us yet. Looping towards Rixensart we came to a nice rollercoaster MX-type track. Only thing was, it was a loop and I nearly did it twice before I realized I better get off it if I was to regain Wavre anytime soon. Wait, I see an arrow pointing AWAY from the loop, OK thats it, lets go. Up until now, the bifurcations had been very well signposted, but this MX track needed another arrow or perhaps a plaque explaining it was a loop and where to get off of it. The last few K's were pretty tough, some very steep climbs and a nasty downhill in a wet field - incorporating a gully that did not seem ride-able to me. Those with tired muscles and lack of concentration better beware. There was a plaque marked 'Danger' though so I don't think a lot of bikers were surprised by it.

    The Lowdown:

    What I liked :
    - arrowing was sparse but sufficient
    - signposters at traffic junctions and crossroads
    - dangerous downhills were marked
    - guarded bike-park at the start
    - 3 rest stops, sufficiently stocked with food and drinks .
    - rest stops well divided over the ride (20K - 40K - 55K on 65K)
    - some nice trails included and some surprises as well
    - every biker got a card with emergency numbers

    What I did not like:
    - arrowing too sparse for chrono-riders
    - no controls for chrono riders and stop/start procedure of chrono was archaic
    - confusing trails at the MX track
    - tough bit at the end might throw tired bikers off.

    I can't comment on showers and/or bikewash facilities since I did not use these.

    Synopsis:
    A good ride, well organised with attention to detail and some very nice tracks. Arrowing and rest stops were sufficient . The chrono was their first one and it showed. If they want to do this again they need more signage and a better way to time the riders. Also, some control points along the ride to discourage cheaters. There were signposts indicating dangerous spots and at most road crossings signposters stopped the traffic for us. Never forget to say 'Thank you' they are sacrificing THEIR sunday for you! Bifurcations between the distances were well marked and not easily missed. Emergency cards and guarded bike-park are welcome extras. Pricing was more than fair.

    The Bare Facts :

    68K and 1000 heightmeters (Hill Factor 14.7)

    More Info:

    Ride's Profile : CLICK
    Map of the ride : CLICK

    Ride Stats : 106K and 1325 heightmeters in 5h43mins

    4466/37420


    20-05-2007, 21:30 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    19-05-2007
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Evy Van Damme retires
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    When browsing on the web, I came upon this sad news : Evy Van Damme, wife of Cofidis Pro Nick Nuyens but foremost one of our countries' leading ladies in the road racing circuit for the past decade   , has announced her retirement.
    Check the story at Cyclingnews.com and at Nick Nuyens website . The news is also mentioned at Cycling FX Cyclingladies but the other media have yet to catch up with it, it seems.
    Well, sad news at least for all of us, who admire her for her sportswomanship , her achievements and yes, because she is one pretty lady as well.
    For her it looks like a relief, to be able to close this part of her life and get on with another - maybe more important -  part, that of being a fulltime wife and - hopefully - mother.

    In an interview she accorded "Het Laatste Nieuws" , she states that she is stopping in her prime - at 27 years old her best years may lay ahead of her - because she couldn't bring up the continuing training , suffering and bereavements it takes to remain on top of her sport. Furthermore , the interview to me also expresses that she is disappointed in the lacking amount of quality time and attention the Women are getting for their sport. This to me has been obvious for some time now. The Mens' races are all that matters, the Womens' just seem to be almost a fait-divers at times, not only in Belgium but also on the International level. The struggle to make people realize that the Women also deserve the same kind of attention - let alone the same time of recognition - is an ongoing one and I fear it is a struggle against windmills. That may sound bitter I know .
    I haven't found an online version of this interview, but I'm looking. On the website of Het Laatste Nieuws there has been no mention of it - yet.

    As most of you will know , I love to follow Womens' racing , as a photographer but also as someone who is continuously impressed by the power, grace, grit and tenacity of the competitors in this difficult and demanding sport. I follow the Womens' Mountainbike XC racing which seems to earn a bigger level of attention amongst it male counterparts as the Women in road racing, indoor racing or cyclocross seem to get.
    But beware, mountainbiking in itself is a very small sport - so lets not get overexited here. I understand that from a sponsors point of view, the "big names"  in the Mens' circus attract a lot more of attention - thus money - but at least in mountainbiking the Women are treated more and more equally to the Men . On the World Cup series , their race has been appreciated from a Saturday event to a Sunday event. The Women now have their race at 11am just before the Mens' , thus allowing lots more people to view - and get excited about - the racing. A good thing sure enough. Also, they race for the full 2 hours  - as the men do.

    Still, things are evolving in other aspects of bicycle racing as well and I am always grateful when mention of the Women is made during the coverage of , say , The Giro or the Tour the France. I wonder how many people know that there is also a Giro for Women, or Tour de France for that matter ? Many people are striving to give the Women what they deserve - fair and equal treatment in all aspects of life - and this includes sports  . A big thanks must go to the teams, sponsors and media that make it their daily job to make this possible and to further its development. And of course to all the athletes themselves, who bring us the excitement of the races.
    At least in her retirement interview Evy got one full page in Belgiums' leading newspaper.

    Thanks for everything you brought to Womens' Cycling in Belgium , Evy and I wish you a very happy and fruitful life. Bedankt voor alles Evy en moge het je goed gaan in de rest van je leven.

    Evy Van Damme pic copyrighted http://www.snakeonline.be/


    19-05-2007, 18:00 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    18-05-2007
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Short and Wet
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    Started out after the Giro Stage again, this time I wanted to take it real easy. So I kept it off the big ring, and concentrated on keeping my heartrate well below 118bpm - my LSD treshold . Even though there was some wind blowing I succeeded in this very well. I started out on the Haasrode tour, switching over onto the Ludo Dierckxens ride and then did an extra loop over l'Ecluse . I had been noticing some menacing clouds rolling in from the South-West and when I came into Hamme Mille, I began to feel the first drops. I heard some thunder and decided to ride a little faster to get home before the downpour started.  I noticed the typical rain-veils against the horizon so I knew things were gonna get wet, soon.
    And just as I entered Meerdael forest - along the Naamsesteenweg - the sky broke and the rain came gushing down. I made it to the Ecoduct and had to wait 10 minutes before the heavy rain suddenly stopped. I counted myself lucky and started back again for the 3K that seperated me from my home. My ass got wet though and my shoes  - and bike - got a good cleaning from the water my tires spat up on me.  I counted myself lucky though that I was where I was when I was there.. Also the cars were avoiding riding into the big puddles next to the bikelane - I am eternally grateful to them - thus avoiding to splash me from top to bottom.. My heartrate average was 106bpm so my recovery plan worked well. I got a new Polar Wearlink and sure enough, I didn't get one false reading this time. When I compare it to my old - and faulty - one, the contact pads of the new one are really soft and also the stretch is a lot better, making for better contact. I got the old one 2 years ago so that means there are about 1300 hours of biking on it.

    Ride Stats : 40K and 245 heightmeters in 1h50mins

    4360/36095

    18-05-2007, 20:46 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    17-05-2007
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Wavre
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    This morning again saw some very wet weather. Around noon the rain diminished and after I've watched the Giro stage I went out , on the road , for a ride that would take me to Wavre. Some 20k away from Meerdael, I wanted to check out the venue of next Sundays' organised ride. It looks interesting since the longest distance on offer is 63K. I have been to many organised rides in Wavre, but not to this one. They also offer a brevet - race against the clock - on the longest distance, and I'm secretly wanting to do that. It's been a while since I had a number on my bike - Hagelandse Chrono of 2005 to be exact - and I have several reasons to do a chrono again. If I get there next sunday I will write some more about that. The ride today went well, temps were up one degree from yesterday - 15 degrees C on average  - and even though the clouds looked menacing throughout the ride not a single drop fell. I incorporated some extra climbing bringing the amount of heightmeters to a nice hillfactor of 9.5 . The Polar gave me the usual troubles but that should be fixed tomorrow.

    Ride Stats : 55K and 520 heightmeters in 2h25mins

    4319/35850


    17-05-2007, 21:07 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    16-05-2007
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Bread run
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    Easy ride this evening, started after the Giro stage ended. Cold wind blowing and I took it easy but still managed a good first hour, due to the wind blowing from behind most of the time. I kept it on the big ring on most of the climbs to work a little on my strength . The Polar transmitter got a new battery but when I checked the heart rate profile I noticed it still had some weird numbers during the first part of the ride. I will get a new Wearlink next friday and be done with it. Upon finishing I had to pass at the bakery to get a bread. Tomorrow is a holiday and I forgot to get one when I got home from work.

    Ride Stats : 41K and 290 heightmeters in 1h43

    4264/35330

    16-05-2007, 20:39 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    15-05-2007
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    Things looked sunny enough when I set off with the Litespeed for a 2-hour ride. On my left I already saw dark clouds looming though. They were approaching fast and before long I was under them and felt drops of rain coming down. I was following the Dylelandroute over Heverlee and Egenhoven when I skimmed the outskirts of some very nasty looking rainclouds. The winds were fierce but somehow I got lucky and the clouds went besides me. When I turned towards Leefdaal the ground was wet though and the sun breaking through even made the clouds look darker - blue nearing purple at some places . Nice contrast with the green of the fields and Meerdael Forest in the distance, steaming when the sun evaporated the water in the valleys. My Polar was giving me some trouble by missing out on my heartbeat. I had to stop and completely undress (only the top part, don't worry ) in order to retighten the chest-belt before the thing started receiving the signal. I think the chestbelt must be replaced, I have had that Polar for quite a few years now - 5 or 6 I think -  and doing 600 hours + / year that comes to an impressive amount of usage.
    Will first replace the chest transmitter battery and see what gives. If that doesn't do the trick, I will replace the chestbelt.
    I incorporated some extra climbs into the ride to check out my leg muscles and they felt good. The 1.9 Ritchey Z-Max WCS Severe Condition tyres did not give me a lot of confidence on the wet forest tracks but somehow I managed to keep the rubber side down. I think I will change those tyres and put my Schwalbe Big Jims back on for the Ardennes.

    Ride Stats : 38k and 380 heightmeters in 1h49mins

    4224/35040

    15-05-2007, 17:01 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    14-05-2007
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Read on
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    Another chance to catch up on my reading - this Covenant book is begging me to open it . Sky was threatening when I got home so the decision to stay in was quickly made. I wanted to get some riding in so I settled for the rollers. Had an easy ride and a good read.

    Ride Stats : 24k in 1h

    4186/34660

    14-05-2007, 21:30 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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