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    Tales from the Woods
    08-09-2007
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Happy
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    My saturday started off great when I got a surprise visit from a dear friend. We hadn't seen each other for a few months and it felt wonderful to hug up and chat about all the exciting things in life. She has been cutting back considerably in her biking because of other more important issues in her life. Therefore we don't meet up as often as we used to do. Biking was mainly the glue that held us together for almost 4 years now but it feels damn good to know that there is more to our friendship than just biking-related stuff . Thanks for keeping me on your list, M !

    After that it felt kinda weird to get on my bike and do a ride but I needed to get the heavy feeling out of my legs from yesterdays' ride so I grabbed the Hilset and rode out for an easy ride along Bertem, Vossem, Duisburg and Leefdaal. My cold is not completely vanished and I have cancelled an organised ride in the Ardennes because I feel I am simply not strong enough to tackle a challenge like that. I hope to be back to my old form in a few days though.

    Ride Stats : 39.5K and 275 heightmeters in 1h38mins

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    08-09-2007, 00:00 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    07-09-2007
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Meerdael Loop 2 - Litespeed Sewanee testride Two
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    Today I felt fit enough to try and tackle the second part of my Meerdael loop. This is a very hilly 35K with a relentless succession of steep short uphills and downhills. I took Rogers' Sewanee for its second outing. I had put 140psi in the rear damper and along the ride I would try the 3 ProPedal positions on the Fox RP3 . The track was almost dry and the bike is very good in the climbs. The shifting was a bit more to my liking now, especially the front shifting is nice. With the X0 you can put the front derailleur in different positions so as to always have the chain running in the middle of the cage. This is a good thing. I never missed a shift up front. The only thing they should try to remedy is the loud 'clang' when you shift a gear. Here they can learn a thing or two from Shimano. With my XTR you seldom hear anything . Oh well, I made do with what I had. Same goes for the Hutchinson Python. It is beyond me why people like this tyre so much. Ok , it runs great on tarmac and hardpack but lacks grip both on the profile as on the sides. Especially the lack of offcamber grip had me scream a few times when either the front or rear wheel skidded away.
    I managed to bottom out the suspension again and my impression during the first ride that the back end of the Sewanee flexxes proved to be correct. I was a bit stronger now than during my first ride and I could feel it twitch quite a few times when I accelarated or pushed hard uphill. It is not something that is worrying but you do notice that the rear end gives in certain circumstances. I was very quick in the downhills and I noticed the brakes were not in their best form. I could almost squeeze the levers against the handlebar. I think they need either more oil or new pads, probably both. The lack of grip from the tyres also meant I had to break a bit sooner than I can do with Nobby Nics or NBX Lites.
    Halfway during the ride I began to feel that my cold was not completely out of my system, but the bike got me through and I completed the lap. I still have doubts about going to the Ardennes this sunday though . I will have to see if my nose clears completely. Otherwise I will settle for a ride in my neighborhood.
    As for the Sewanee, this is undoubtedly a good bike. It is a tad short for me - remember this is a size M and I need a size M/L -  but still it got me up the hill on all my nasty climbs and blasted on the downhills. I had to lean back a bit more than I usually do though on those downhills, especially on the 30% drops. It's a light bike - I weighed it at 11.1kg ready to go - and its very nimble around corners and twisty singletrack. The only time I had to walk was when that damn Python lost its grip on a root. But it could also be that I was just too tired to lift it over that root properly. Riding the Sewanee fast downhill resulted in it bottoming out, although I did not feel this, I saw the marker was at the end of the plunger, indicating all the available travel had been used. Fiddling with the ProPedal positions on the Fox RP3 did not make it noticeably better in the uphills, it still bumps over roots, but it gave me a better feeling when speeding along over cobbles when I had it in the 2nd position. The third position is useful when on tarmac. It still takes the big bumps but is slower to react on the pedal input. The titanium rear triangle did flex a bit - sometimes it almost felt as if the rear wheel followed a parallel track to the front wheel - but this is not something that bothered me. I think Litespeed is updating it's rear triangle this year. Instead of round tubing they are using box-section tubing which should improve the rear end twitching considerably. I will have to make sure Roger gets his brakes looked at though, I feel they need maintenance.


    Ride Stats : 37.5k and 670 heighmeters in 2h29mins

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    07-09-2007, 18:44 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    06-09-2007
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Damn Crossmax
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    Wanted to put my 1999 crossmax wheels - with the 2.1 Racing Ralph tyres - back on my Hilset when I noticed the rear wheel was severely out of true. When I looked at the spokes I saw that one spoke was very loose..
    Oh no, not again.. yes, indeed, the spoke had torn out the nipple and cracked the outer rim wall . Spoke tension is crucial on these wheels and when you really apply a lot of power, like in a muddy affroad passage, you can put so much tension on the spokes that they tear the nipple out of the flimsy rim wall. I guess the weight gain has some disadvantages after all. I have had troubles like this
    at least 2 times before..This picture dates from 2004 when after a muddy nightride I found out the achilles heel of these wheels.


    It has happened once more since then, I think last year around september as well . This last rim has been replaced under warranty by Filip Sport but the first one was already too old when I first cracked it. I always have to pay for new spokes and the work of course. Here is a picture that was taken today..


    These wheels are amazingly light but at a high price. I think this rim is less than a year old and  the wheel has only been used for road training. It looks like new . And yet I have again managed to tear the nipple through the rim wall. I must be superman indeed.
    So another appeal to Mavic's warranty policy to get a new rim.
    I mounted my new XTR wheel instead and got going for a quick spin around the blue road bloso which starts in Heverlee. The temperatures were nearly 20 degrees and the wind was warmer than yesterday. Still there was some light drizzle from time to time but nothing that really got me wet.

    Ride Stats : 31k and 215 heightmeters in 1h15mins

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    06-09-2007, 15:55 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    05-09-2007
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Along the Ijse
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    15 degrees again and cloudy skies.. mm, not very pleasant weather but there was less wind than yesterday, so I decided to do a longer trip. Starting out towards Neerijse, riding up and down the Smeysberg a couple of times through small forest tracks and then gradually making my way towards Huldenberg, where I planned to connect to the Overijse Bloso routes. Found some great climbs along the way, some of which I had never done before. So I was already well warmed up when I set out on the Green Bloso just before Huldenberg. The steep climb out of the Kausdelle proved no problem with the Moots - this is the only bike I regularly make this climb with - and I enjoyed the winding tracks when I descended towards Overijse. Somewhere along the trail I hopped on the Blue Bloso and followed that out of Overijse until it met with the Green again. I did not feel like doing the Red today, so I finished the Green.This had a very steep climb out of Terlanen, which I take on a parallel track instead of the Moskesberg . I felt pretty tired when I was back in Huldenberg and made my way back to Sint Joris Weert and Meerdael forest. A good training with some very steep climbs in it, and some newly discovered tracks which I will gladly ride again.

    Ride Stats : 53K and 680 heightmeters in 2h42mins

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    05-09-2007, 15:34 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    04-09-2007
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Moots at last
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    It had been a while since I last rode the Moots, with all the exploding nipples and all, so I was glad to get it out again today for a quick spin around Meerdaels' Green Bloso route. What a joy to work my favorite XTR shifters again. There is no substitute for their silky smooth precise action, both in front and at the rear. The ride went fine. Both wheels had to be remade due to the nipples breaking down and this was a good test to see if Luc had done his work properly. Everything held fine but due to my nose still not being completely free of mucus I only rode about an hour, just enough to complete the Green loop. Weather was fresh with only 15 degrees C and a northwesterly wind blowing fiercely at times. But the cover of the forest provided shelter to both the wind and the few drops of rain accompanying it at times.

    Ride Stats: 24.5K and 150 heightmeters in 1h06mins

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    04-09-2007, 14:33 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    03-09-2007
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Meerdael Loop - Litespeed Sewanee testride
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    After two days of sniffing and fighting nasal constipations I felt like going out again and have an easy ride in the forest. My friend Roger had left his Litespeed Sewanee at my place and had asked me to give it a spin. I thought I'd give it a try even though it was a size too small for me (it's an M and I need an M/L). I put on a longer stem and fiddled with the saddle height and I got the saddle/handlebar distance to within 1.5 cm of what I normally drive. The crankarms are 170mm and I normally ride 175s' and the X0 twistshifters are not my favorites either. Another adaptation from the X0 thumbies that were mounted on the Merlin I tested last week. Roger put on some XTR pedals and these were great ! Another thing I am not fond of is the Hutchinson Python tyres, especially since it had rained a bit this morning. But the tyres, although not inspiring me with lots of confidence, turned out to be fine.
    I decided to do my Meerdael Loop, the twisty first part, but in the reverse direction. I wasn't feeling super but nevertheless I managed to keep up a good rhythm throughout the ride. I had left the Fox RLC front fork the way it was and put 130psi in the Fox RP3 rear pump. From the first meters I could the feel the bike was a tad short, which made it rather nervous. Riding along on a tarmac section I could feel the suspension work quite distinctively. I  had the option to lock it but didn't use that option. The little bobbing movement was not really bothering me. During the first offroad climb I was struggling a bit with the shifting - having to get used to which direction to turn the gripshifts - but the bike, which weighs about 11.5kg , was quite nimble and let me keep a good pace, even with the moderate grip of the Pythons. The suspension took the bigger whoops quite nicely on downhills and flat sections but was quite harsh on the shorter small stuff. Especially on roots and on a cobble section it really bothered me that the suspension felt harsh and quick to rebound. I could have dialled the rebound to go slower but that would have influenced the nice performance on the bigger bumps. I nearly used up all the travel but I never felt it bottom. It was quite a joy to steer around the twisty singletrack sections and I think I could feel it twitch just a little bit at the rear. Nothing bothersome and it could also have been the wheels but it did not feel as stable as the Merlin did.
    I kept comparing it to that bike obviously since that was the last bike I've ridden , which is perhaps unfair since the Merlin has 4 inches - 10 cm -  of travel and the Sewanee only has 2.3 inches - 6 cm. This of course makes it more difficult to tune the rear suspension and that is also what I have felt during the ride. I have the feeling it will be difficult to make it perform well on both the short shoppy stuff and the longer bouncy whoops. The way this bike was set up - rebound halfway the spectrum and 130psi for my 70kg -  made it go very fast and very comfortable on the longer bouncy whoops but it nearly ground to a halt over a shoppy series of treeroots.
    Still, I was pretty fast with it, especially uphill due to its light weight and good gearing. I had a nice encounter with a small Roe Deer that was feeding at the forest rim.. It halted long enough for me to take my camera out and make a few pictures. I turned around so as not to disturb it and went around it. After an hour into the ride things started to get pretty dark under the heavy coverage and I decided to call it a day.
    I may have another ride on this bike later in the week.

    Ride Stats : 24.5K and 245 heightmeters in 1h20mins
    Some pictures of the Sewanee : CLICK

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    03-09-2007, 21:32 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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