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    11-05-2008
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.14th Rando La Champetre at Libin
    Sunday morning, 6.30am. Sun is out, rise and shine. After the 1st of May ride in Tellin , which left me with a dual feeling - one of elation because of the beautiful landscapes, but also a feeling of bitterness because of the unreal muddy conditions making the ride leave a bad memory - I was keen to go to Libin, which is just a few K to the south of Tellin. This would give me the opportunity to ride once more in this magnificent region.

    The Ride:
    Sunny morning, ride to Libin went fine, cruise control on the MPS set to 130 and hey presto, one hour and 5 minutes later I was in Libin looking for the start. Took some searching but when I found it, I could park within 10 metres from the tent where the inscriptions were held. They offered distances ranging from 15 to 65K. I opted for the longest one and forked over a 5€ note. Not far from the tent there was a big barbeque where they were already warming up the cinders for the wild-boar feast which traditionally takes place together with the mountainbike rides and walks being offered by the locals.
    I set out with the Moots today and the ride started off taking a little stretch of tarmac which took us out of Libin and up to the E411. There we went offroad for a nice little multitrail section alongside this highway. The first distance split came up and I was not surprised to see the majority take one of the shorter distances. The 55 and 65K loops took us down off the plateau into the forest and along the river Lesse. Some 13K into the ride the first rest stop added a bit of Tesseire+water and some raisins to my energy reserves. We followed the river along a 65K-only stretch which became quite interesting after we crossed over a bridge and returned upstream along a very tricky singletrack ondulating up and down the river bank. Only one passage was too complicated to ride and the rest demanded some concentration and skill. I loved it. When we joined the 55K  track again, we entered some kind of wildlife parc and climbed steadily for about 5K and 220 heightmeters until we reached the 450 metres mark. Some nice passages along the way and the trail didn't shy away from passing through the forest proper, little chalk markings leading us from one rock to another. The trail was strewn with timber and little logs, but remained ride-able .  We stayed more or less on the plateau, although the trail went up and down continuously. We hooked up with the track of the Tellin ride north of Transinne with a singletrack passage upwards I remembered from last weeks' ride -when it was so muddy we couldn't ride it. This time it was only steep but no problem riding it. When we passed under what looked like a wooden gate I was sure we were on the Tellin trail. A quick downhill later and we were at the second reststop, some 31K into the ride. I had met up with an old acquantance from the "Rode Lintjes" and we rode together for a while, reminiscing. He was still on a bike without suspension which he has owned since 1985 but he told me he had just purchased a full suspension bike. I think he will be mightily surprised by the difference in ride quality and comfort.

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    After the second rest stop the trail plunged towards Mirwart where we hooked up again with the Tellin trail, but we took it in the other direction this time. Another very nice technical passage took us alongside another river. We contoured Smuid and more or less stayed next to the river. Some very wet passages under the railroad left me with wet feet. I was beginning to wonder at this time if we would make the 1200 heightmeters that were announced. With hills on both sides of us the organisers decided to remain next to the river. Hmm, not good for a heightmeter-junkie like me. But then we left the riverside and started climbing . A wet passage through a stream left me with soggy feet again but with 26 degrees C I didn't mind at all. At the 3rd rest stop, 46K into the ride, I filled up on food and drink and asked the guys if they knew if we were yet to climb a lot. They told me a "big one" was coming up but when I looked at my Polar and saw that I had only 750 heightmeters at this time, I thought it would have to be a VERY big one to yield us 500 heightmeters in the last 18 or so K's. In fact, not long after the 3rd stop, the best climb of the day announced itself. Very steep and over lots of roots, forcing me onto the granny gear for quite some time. We nearly made the 450m mark but just before that the track dropped us down again. Not for long because we started climbing again. I saw the hill to my right and started to grin, yes, this looked good. Indeed we went to the ceiling of the ride, 500 metres over a slowly climbing track, sometimes narrow, sometimes widening up but steadily climbing. We were joined by the shorter distances and after a little descent we went back up again, until some singletrack spat us out at the edge of the forest and overlooking Libin. Great, my legs felt fried but I was elated. The track went into the fields and dropped us nicely into Libin, some 100 metres lower. When I checked my Polar I saw that we only made 62.2K but the last couple of climbs elevated the heightmeters to just over a 1000.


    The Lowdown:
    What I liked:
    + great region if you love forests
    + arrowing sparse but sufficient
    + some nice technical passages
    + 3 well stocked feed zones, evenly spread over the distance
    + friendly organisors

    What I did not like:
    - no showers?
    - a little less mileage than advocated
    - a little less heightmeters than advocated/expected

    Synopsis: Great ride. These forests are very beautiful this time of the year with the young green foliage filling up. The sun was hot but because we were in the forest most of the time it didn't bother me. In fact, temps were ideal especially next to the rivers and the coolness which emanates from them. On the 65K I was riding alone most of the time, filling my lungs with pure air and listening to the sounds of the forest. Birds, the crickle-crack of my tyres on the track and the sound of my chain running through the gears were all I could hear. Forest murmurs. The organisation didn't take full advantage of all the hills they had here - or perhaps they were not allowed into areas where the Tellin organisors passed only a week before? Some nice technical passages - this sets it apart from Tellin - and still a reasonable amount of heightmeters. The trailbuilder didn't shy away from passages straight through the forest on virtually non-existent tracks, demanding the utmost concentration. I hit a rock twice with my rear wheel and upon cleaning my bike I saw that one spoke had ripped its nipple. Bummer and not the first time this happens to me with these wheels.


    The Bare Facts:
    Profile of the Ride
    Some pictures taken by Schijfrem

    Ride Stats : 62.2km and 1025 heightmeters
    Hill Factor : 16.5

    3144/28115


    11-05-2008, 20:02 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    10-05-2008
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Merlin in Wonderland
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    This afternoon I had an appointment with Miss Julie in the little village of Deigné. Deigné is situated about halfway between Banneux and Aywaille and not very far from Theux either. Names that ring like bells in every mountainbikers head. Julie knows the trails here pretty much by heart and she set out more or less following the trails  the annual organised ride in Deigné offers. We set out on a nice little climb from the start , rocky rooty and rather steep. This was the maiden trip of my Merlin in the Ardennes and it turned out to be quite a trip. We climbed into the fagnes area leading towards Hautregard and Vert Buisson, the tracks were very technical at places with roots, ruts and some rocks protruding and making me very happy to be on a fully and not on a hardtail. At more than one occasion I know I would have come to a full stop using a hardtail, but the Merlin carried me merrily over all the pitfalls the terrain threw at us. Past Vert Buisson we were to descent into what I like to call Wonderland. The slope leading down into the Ambleve valley and where a couple of little rivers cut their way down through some very pittoresque scenery. We first descended along a very rock strewn section and made our way back up on a trail parallel to the river Chefna along some pretty technical trails. At times the track was just too technical and we had to walk. But these were exceptions, most of the time there was a little trail you could - just- ride.

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    The tracks Julie chose were among the best the region has to offer, mostly singletrails or rock-strewn trails leading upwards with the little river on our right flowing through crevasses and making for quite a wonderful view. But I had to keep my eye on the trail . I hadn't been here before, although I seemed to recognize some trails from the Banneux rides I did a few years ago.
    The Merlin Works 4.0 climbs like a goat, the Nobby Nics run at 2.0 bar (I have NoTubes installed) and they found always some traction The suspension did its best to smoothen out the ride over cobble-like rocks. Things shifted under my wheels all the time but this amazing bike just kept on rolling. The XTR drivetrain made it easy to shift up and down, even at low speeds and full tension when the trail suddenly became a LOT steeper and I needed the chain to drop onto the smallest cog in the front. Not one mis-shift. Amazing stuff. Up on the Porallee plateau again and now we were making the descent along the Ninglinspo, with a very nice technical singletrail at the beginning and a full-blast downhill dropping some 250 heightmeters and crossing the little stream a couple of times. Before we arrived at the bottom Julie turned to the right and we were set for another long climb over a difficult and steep trail. Julie is a very good climber and her bike - a
    Liteville 301 - is particularly well-suited for this kind of terrain. We both own titanium hardtails as well but between you and me, a hardtail is not the bike for this kind of terrain. It would kick like a mule on all the rocks, roots and ruts we had to continually clear. After a long and difficult climb a great downhill followed, taking us around Mainire with a great view over the Valley of the Ambleve. Another climb followed before we dropped down, more or less into Deigné. Just another tricky track with a little rivulet running through it. The weather was great by the way, temps of 26 degrees C and the sun in full blaze made me very happy we did long stretches in the forest. At places where there was no shade many a drop of sweat was shed.

    Wow, what a great ride this was, even though Julie cut out one loop we nearly had 40K and a whopping 925 heightmeters, yeah, this is one hilly region. And such beautiful scenery , with very technical trails and a real challenge for bikers and bikes around every twist in the trail. I had a great time and I want to thank Julie for making this ride happen. I'm sure we will we back here for some more rides in this wonderful area.

    Ride Stats : 38.6K and 925 heightmeters in 2h44mins
    Hill Factor : 24

    3082/27090

    10-05-2008, 19:08 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    08-05-2008
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.KBC MTB
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    Weekly ride with the guys from work. We had a good one, pretty fast and with an outing into Bois de Laurensart also pretty hilly and technical at times. Didn't have the best legs but still had a good time. The group was pretty big and near the end of the ride some of them were pretty worn out. I led them back over La Malaise into Nethen and the Meerdael Forest. The temps were in the middle 20ies even at 9pm and the trails were bone-dry.

    Ride Stats : 40K and 430 heightmeters in 2h05mins

    3043/20165

    08-05-2008, 21:47 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    06-05-2008
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Merlin Magic
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    Temps around 25 degrees made me wait until 6pm before I ventured out on the Merlin Works 4.0. This was my first serious outing on my newest bike and I wanted to test it on the Meerdael Bloso's and do the Red Overijse Bloso to add some climbs. I put 120psi in the Rp3 shock and 110psi in the Rock Shox Reba. I quickly noticed that 120 might be a tad too much but I left it like that during the ride. My legs were still tired from last weeks' 3000 heightmeters but what a blast this ride was. From the outset the light Merlin (it weighs 10.9kg - only 500 grams heavier than my Litespeed and 100grams lighter than my Moots) felt nimble and quick to react. I have to get used to the smaller saddle (a Xesco 240) but the seating position seems to be spot on . The suspension worked like I expected it to do - I have tested a bike like this extensively last August - and the full XTR drivetrain of course performed flawlessly. The kilometers flew by and before I knew it I was tackling one of my umpossible climbs and taking it without any problem whatsoever. The superb traction through the combination of the ICT rear suspension and the Nobby Nic tyres gave even my tired legs no trouble at all with the 20+ percentages. Downhills were a blast. I flew, only lightly grazing the brakes from time to time and taking everything that the track threw at me. Having 10cm of travel is great. The Hope brakes reacted quickly and consistenly, having been well braked in during my first ride a couple of months ago.
    The No-tube tyres also made me less worried about risking a flat. After completing the Red Overijse Bloso I returned to the Meerdael forest to add the Blue Bloso and finish with the rest of the Green trail. I was surprised I got 60K when I got home, averaging a low 125bpm heartrate and still having 21.6kph average speed is really very good and a sign that the bike goes fast without me having to put in a lot of effort. Merlin Magic for sure.
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    Back home I checked the suspension and noticed I had used 6cm up front and 5cm at the rear. So I will have to drop the pressure a bit in the front and the rear even though I didn't hit any big bumps or serious dropoffs today. Last August I put in 105psi on both ends and I think that will be about right.

    Ride Stats : 60k and 615 heightmeters in 2h47 mins

    3003/25735

    06-05-2008, 22:09 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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