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    Tales from the Woods
    14-09-2008
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Relax 2
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    Pretty cold this morning, but the sun was out so I decided to ride out, albeit very well covered in wind-tight apparel. Another easy ride  on the road that took me towards Archennes and Dion-Valmont. On a climb in Morsaint I noticed 3 bikers who looked like they were doing the Belgian Marathon Championship track. I was pretty certain they were when they returned after having missed a turn into the fields . They looked pretty muddy but at that point they were nearly 50K in the ride so with the rain we had the last few days one thing surely explains another. The wind was blowing fiercely in my face when I looped over Chaumont Gistoux and Dongelberg towards Jodoigne. I noticed that one of the churches also has a tor roof so I took a little picture of that before venturing on towards Hoegaarden and Meldert on my way back home. Once past the Ravel in Hoegaarden I had the wind in my back which felt great.

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    Ride Stats : 80k and 640/697 heightmeters (Polar/Garmin) in 3h30mins

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    14-09-2008, 16:49 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    13-09-2008
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Relax
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    Just a little relaxing road ride to get the stiffness out of my muscles. I rode up to Terbank where the Leuvense Brandweer will have their organised ride tomorrow. Pity it just started to rain again which will cost them a lot of attendance. Me I'm not sure what I will do, perhaps do another road ride to recover some more from a tough biking week. I noticed I went over the 80000 heightmeters today which is quite a lot if you think about it.

    Ride Stats : 27K and 185 heightmeters in 1h11mins

    7931/80050

    13-09-2008, 14:43 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    12-09-2008
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Belgian and Dutch MTB Marathon Championships - update
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    Just a little update to tell you that I have edited the GPS track on a few points and also added a list of road crossings which should make life easier for people following the race to see their friends and provide them with upport and assistance. You can download the 7-ZIP file by CLICKING HERE.

    For those not familiar with Rapidshare - just click on FREE USER, wait a few seconds for the countdown to finish , then fill in the code that appears in the box and click on the download button. The download should start after that. To unzip the file I believe you can use WINRAR or else get the 7-ZIP program HERE.

    12-09-2008, 16:42 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    11-09-2008
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Theux Red and then some more
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    Today I rode to Banneux to ride the Red Adeps route of Theux. I always start in Banneux because that way the most difficult parts of the ride are at the start - the Forges de Thiry descent and the climb out of Theux towards Sassore. My plan was to also include a trip into the valley of the Ambleve - Ninglinspo, Chaudiere and Vieux Chera - and do some extra heightmeters there.
    I arrived in Banneux around 10.30am. I had to look a bit to find the parking  spot I prefer - it is more than a year ago since I last was here and things fade easily. When I left the parking lot I came on the N62 and from there I could easily get on the Red trail. I didn't feel very fit in the beginning of the ride and the Merlin took some getting used to. I suspect I put a little bit too much air in the tyres. The descent into the Forges de Thiry was as I remembered it. Steep with some nice switchbacks and sadly still blocked at a couple of places by fallen trees. I mean, its more than a year !  Can't someone do something about this? Getting around them meant sliding down the steep slope - man and bike. But I arrived safely at the Hoegne borders and before long I was climbing up to the Maison-Bois. I had been here recently on the Verviers marathon WC track recon and it was a lot dryer now. Which suited me fine. The sun was out and it was hot, with a warm wind blowing from the south and thunderstorms forecast later in the day. I was secretly hoping for cloud cover because I forgot to bring some sun cream. The Theux trails are very typical, lots of loose stones, embedded rocks and a lot of thorn bushes next to the trails when they go though the fields. I would have to walk with my bike in my hand on a few occasions because they had been pruning the thorn bushes and left all the fallen branches on the trail. I have NoTubes but still that doesn't mean that I can ride though anything. I found the trail to be better arrowed at some places, but still lacking at others. You still need a map because at some crucial points arrows are missing. The trail going out of Au Fays up to Laboru was wet with big puddles filled with yellow water - I suspect they never dry up - and the track following the E42 demanded a lot of concentration because of deep gullies. In all the times I've ridden the Red this was the first time I came here. I always seemed to have missed this section. But now the arrowing is fine here. A bit later I was dropping down the Tier de Polleur into this nice little town with its twisted church. I had a little bit to eat here before attacking the climbs into the Bois de Staneu.
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    In this forest I was also treated to a section I've never done before. After the split with the Blue route my map shows the trail dropping towards the road from Theux to Polleur. But just before reaching this busy road I noticed an arrow pointing back up the hill. Yeah, another climb and a steep one - a VERY steep one. The trail then stays on the plateau for a while before dropping down again, and going up again. This time over a track with lots of loose rubble and also over pure bedrock. I was so glad it was reasonably dry and I had a full suspension bike. I made the steep climb and the following downhill was a real bonecrusher. Wow. A nice extra section. Riding though Devant Staneu as usual and then I was preparing for the long climb towards La Reid. Dropping down on tarmac towards Sur Le Thier a funny thing happened. Braking hard on the steep slope I felt my tyre go flat.. just like that. Indeed, the unthinkable had happened. My front tyre - NoTubes and all - had flattened. Hmm, perhaps the heavy braking forced a thorn out of the tyre, I heard the hissing of the air escaping and the fluid could not close the hole. So I had to put in an inner tyre - after peering out 3 other thorns -  which went surprisingly easy. I had expected a sticky mess with the NoTubes fluid but it was all but dried up. I think its overdue to be changed. Anyways, after 10 minutes - and a chat with a passing biker who was on the Blue route - I could continue. Towards Banoyard and Vert Buisson I managed to stray from the trail - I'm sure there is a Red arrow pointing to the right which is WRONG.. but thanks to the GPS and the map I could quickly connect back to the trail.
    The sun was hiding behind some clouds now and I was thinking about giving the Ninglinspo a miss. But no, this was dreamland and I was here so I had to go . Down following the Ruisseau des Blanches Pierres and the blitzing fast and steep stony track after passing the Point de Vue Drouet. The bike felt good by now - there was a bit less pressure in my front tyre - and I blazed down - but always keeping the speed under control. I managed to squeeze one Pepsi Cola out of the machine at Sedoz and felt a couple of drops of rain while I was eating my second powerbar and sipping my Pepsi. I wanted another drink but the machine wouldn't take my 2€ coins. On the Nonceveux ride I had discovered a steep uphill along the Vieux Chera and I decided to take that again and see where it would take me. As it turned out it took me from 164 to 340 metres before I foudn a way back down towards the Ninglinspo valley. Great, at the point where the Chaudiere drops into the Ninglinspo I could commence the long uphill back to the Porallee at 410 metres. Great , I did nearly 13K in this area and it yielded me 530 heightmeters.. and that distance includes the downhills. Thats a Hill Factor of 40. So all who want to do some climbing - you know where to go. And the downhills are mean as well.
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    After this intermezzo my legs felt a bit fried and I still had some way to go towards Banneux. Especially the long uphill towards Menobu was hurting. I could see the heightmeters accumulating on my GPS but I knew the trail would mellow out a bit on the uphills. Not on the downhills though, and on one I had to go heavily in the brakes because 4 or 5 big trees where blocking a very steep section. Took a bit of mountaineering to get me past this barrier but after that I was nearly home. With more than 1700 heightmeters accumulated today I had a great but tough ride. And remember, I wasn't feeling my best so I was glad I did make all the climbs and survived the downhills as well. When I arrived at Banneux again even the sun came peeping back though the clouds. 


    Ride Stats : 72K and 1715/1733 heightmeters (Polar/Garmin) in 4h50mins
    Hill Factor : 23.9
    Ride Profile : Banneux 11 09 2008

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    11-09-2008, 22:59 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    09-09-2008
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Meerdael and Overijse BLOSO routes combined
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    Today I wanted to do a long offroad ride, taking advantage of the fine weather. So I decided to combine the Meerdael and Overijse  -Two Valleys- BLOSO routes. That would yield me 54 and 34 K + the interconnection between the two which is about 4K one-way. The trails were marvelously dry and fast and I set out on a pace aiming for an average on 20kph. Some parts of the Overijse trails had been paved with heavy gravel, making it more difficult for bikers and even downright dangerous in one of the downhills. Also, on the Meerdael BLOSO, the descent into Sint Joris Weert has been evened out. Instead of a moderately tricky descent it is now an easy one. You only need to take care because the soil has not stabilized yet so your wheels can wander off in the loose earth. I'm sure give or take a couple of months it will settle but I fear that with the first heavy rain a lot of that loose soil will end up in downtown Sint Joris Weert. Unless they plan to fill it up with gravel as well, making it even more dangerous for bikers than it was before.
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    Even though I never had the impression I needed to go deep - an average heartrate of 129bpm can attest to that - I still managed to get an average speed of more than 21kph in the end. So I am really pleased with my ride. Obviously the bike helped too even though my jockey wheels were screaming like skinned cats in the end. Ok, I need to apply some WD40 that will silence them for a while.

    The documents for the 2008 Belgian and Dutch MTB Marathon Championships are ready as well and I have combined them together with the latest map and gps track in a 7-Zip file you can download by clicking HERE.

    Ride Stats : 95K and 960/1044 heightmeters (Polar/Garmin) in 4h29mins

    7833/78150 

    09-09-2008, 16:24 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    08-09-2008
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.To Dion or Not To Dion
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    Taking it easy today I decided to go and check the area where we come into Dion from the Bois des Gottes. We need to put in an extra loop in order to make the track of the Belgian and Dutch MTB Marathon Championships an even 90K long. I had a couple of ideas and when I arrived in Dion I checked them all out. Unfortunately one led under the N25 through a tunnel and there was no option to go back to the other side of the N25 without making a big loop towards Gastuche, where another tunnel is to be found. The other existed of following a very narrow track up towards the N25  - nothing more than a footpath between two fields - called the "Sentier du Champ des Cailloux" - following a track parallel to the N25 and then coming back down leading straight through a field. Well, there is supposed to be a road there but the farmer just ploughs it under every year.
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    An option I didn't explore but which was brought to my attention is to go up towards the tunnel, but instead of going through it take a singletrack to the right just in front of the tunnel . I saw the track but it seemed blocked. But it seems to be ride-able so I have incorporated that option into the latest version of the GPS track and also on the latest version of the map (Version 5)
    It was also brought to my attention that the start will be at the centre of Pecrot - rue Constant Wauters to be exact - rather than right before the train station of Florival.  This also makes the track 1 km shorter. You win some, you lose some I guess.
    The total distance according to my GPS program is 89.4K but in reality I think it will be closer to 92K. The heightmeters are still around the 1200 metre mark, with the extra climb bringing around 47 extra heightmeters.
    After exploring that region I rode over to Pietrebais to have a go at that region and check for possible places for feed zones. The wind was blowing noticeably today but I rode on a very relaxed pace.

    Track Profile V5:
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    Track Map V5:
    BK2008 Marathon MTB V5


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    Ride Stats : 65K and 610/649 heightmeters (Polar/Garmin) in 3h09mins

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    08-09-2008, 19:23 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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