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    22-03-2009
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Zoenk TT 2009
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    Today I wanted to do something in and around Meerdael Forest and riding the Zoenk TT seemed to be a good option. Thanks to my friend Roger I had the GPS track of this ride so I only had to follow that. I started my lap at the English Cemetery at the edge of Heverlee Forest. The first couple of kilometers were rather easy, riding into the Meerdael Forest and slowly making my way towards Hamme Mille and Nethen. In Nethen things got a bit more hilly with initially a descent along a steep singletrack, then a bit of tarmac leading towards a steep climb with a step at the end. A singletrack looping through a stretch of forest and then a steep downhill again into Nethen. After that the trail turns towards Bossut. I was thinking they left out 'quite a bit of hills' here, but I would have to come back to that opinion later. The trail now meandered down into Archennes , or not quite since I had to climb up towards the football field first. A very nice section this one. Descending onto the tarmac road towards Grez only to turn into a cobbly road leading towards the railroad track. Here there was a spot of trouble since the singletrack alongside the railroad track has been broadened into a dirt road. Furthermore, the last section leading towards Gastuche has been blocked by workings. So a little stretch of road following the N250 towards Wavre. But then I turned away from this busy road towards the Bois de Laurensart. Obviously the steep climb near The Tomme could not be skipped. I made it but it cost me some trouble. The trail then leads towards Ottenburg where a very nice section , with some masterfully connected trails, tries to sap even more strenght out of my tiring legs. You have to imagine riding this track in February, when it is usually wet and muddy. Now the trail conditions were magnificent and even then it is not for the meek.
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    The trail then sets towards Pecrot where the organisers incorporated another killer section. Up and down the slope 2 times, connected by the famous railroad singletrack. Very tough section, again. After that, the trail mellows out a bit into La Malaise and then drops into Pecrot again . A nice loop along the Beaumont area, with another steep climb, this time on tarmac and cobbles, leading towards a little pink chapel. Then a fast descent into Nethen. Along camping La Hetraie and another steep climb up towards Sint Joris Weert. Tricky steps downhill here followed by a steep climb on tarmac. Now the worst has passed. The trail gently loops into Vaalbeek and then into the Heverlee forest before closing the loop at the War Cemetery again. A nice 62K and around 850 heightmeters. My legs were a little tired from yesterday and with the constant climbing and descending of today I was pleased to see the end of the ride. Very satisfying though and a nice track to ride any time of the year.

    Ride Stats : 70K and 890/914 heightmeters in 3h55mins
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    22-03-2009, 19:15 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    21-03-2009
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.MTB Orienteering Kesselberg 2009
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    I had received an invitation for this mtb orienteering event from one of the organisers of the SLOK 2009 Kesselberg MTB-O. Since I'm always in for something including my mountainbike and furthermore I also love the region I decided to take part in this race. The SLOK had set out 3 parcours  - 10, 15 and 20K - in the hilly region around Kessel Lo and Linden. The start was given at the Abbey of Vlierbeek. Nicely situated in a broad valley just southwest of the Kesselberg area. I rode over from home to arrive around 11am at the 'Rozenkrans' pub where the inscriptions were taken. Since it was my first ever orienteering event I wasn't sure what to expect. But at the inscription I was ably explained the basic rules . You get a map with on it several marked and numbered points. You have to get from one point to the other - choosing your own way - and get a mark at each of the points. For that you receive an EMIT chip. This chip records a timemark when you put it in the trasmitter situated on the marking point. At the end of the race, this information is downloaded from your EMIT chip into a computer and you get your result. The one that completes the complete tour in the shortest time, is the winner. Simple, but as with all things, it isn't as easy as it sounds.
    After the inscription I followed the markings towards the official start. Here I received my map and the girl explained to me how I should go about putting my EMIT in the marking stations. She already made the first mark so my race was already running when I was still there listening to her explaining me how things worked. I had brought the cardholder I used in the 2000 Coast to Coast Pyrenees so I could put my map there. The EMIT module I could fasten to one of my fingers.
    At the inscription they asked for my identity card as a guarantee against the EMIT but I wasn't going to leave that behind. So they had to settle for my UCI licence.
    Looking at the map I got underway and I quickly learned that riding fast AND trying to read a map at the same time wasn't easy. Furthermore I had to refold and turn my map all the time - my card holder is only A4 and the map we got was nearly A3 format. The 'real' orienteering guys had some kind of rototable on their handlebar. So they could turn the map to keep the place where they were going to, on top and in the front.
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    The weather was great, after a cold start the sun shone in truely spring fashion and riding through and around forests was a joy today. In the meantime I had arrived at my first marker and took a few pictures before heading off to the next one. The first couple of markers were relatively easy, but then things got more complicated, with a mixture of big and smaller tracks. You had to find the quickest path, and this was not always the shortest one. The difficulty was that in order to make a good time, you needed to look at the map and make a decision on the trail which you wanted to follow, whilst driving your bike through offroad trails. Sometimes they were easy, but there were also some steep downhills and sections with gullies . Luckily all the tracks were bone-dry. Here lies one of the big challenges of this sport. You obviously need map-reading skills, but you also need fitness and sometimes catlike reactions when your wheel hits a branch at the exact time when you were peering down at your map deciding on your next direction change. When things really got complicated - read, when there were a lot of tracks converging or several forks really close one after the other, I did stop and had a GOOD look at the map. One mistake could set you off in a completely wrong direction. Fortunately I am pretty good a reading a map and I didn't make a single mistake trackwise. Approaching Marker #12 ( see the map ) I chose a dotted line which looked to lead to marker 12 very nicely, but all of a sudden I couldn't see any more trails, so I clambered up a very steep hill. This must have been my lucky day since I arrived on top at the exact location of the marker. While I was there I saw some other riders arriving from a different direction. Obviously I had taken the more difficult - but shorter - path. The section with markers 14 to 17 was also a very nice one, by now I was getting more confident and during the last section I really got under steam. In the end, connecting all the markers took me almost 37K and 2h02 of riding time.
    I am very happy to have done this, its a combination of several skills and it involves riding a bike in nature. The only pity is that there are not that many MTB-O events around in Belgium. Next year this event will be held in my own Meerdael forest and I will look forward to participate to that. In the meantime I will certainly look out for similar events in Belgium, I had a really good time. Thanks to all the people at SLOK for making this event possible and to Jef Boeckx for bringing it to my attention.

    Ride Stats : 61.5K and 570/588 (Polar/Garmin) in 3h11mins

    MTB-O Stats : 37K and 408 heightmeters in 2h02mins
    MTB-O Official result : 2h19mins52secs on 23280m or 6mins/km

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    Official results : CLICK


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    21-03-2009, 18:30 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    19-03-2009
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Frisky
    Another sunny and dry day. Great. But there was a nasty wind blowing from northeasterly quarters. I wanted to do a ride so I set out towards Brabant Walloon. When the sun was in my face and the wind in my back it felt good to be out. I made a loop going towards Pecrot , Florival and Archennes. Then further towards Dion le Val and Wavre. Some nasty climbing here and when I made my way out of Basse Wavre I began to feel the wind a bit more. Up towards Ottenburg and then down into Terlanen again to take advantage of the sheltered valley  towards Sint Agatha Rode. From there I rode towards Sint Joris Weert and the Zoete Waters. Turning towards the East the last bit was difficult but my heartrate stayed low .

    Ride Stats : 48K and 385/404 heightmeters in 2h12mins

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    19-03-2009, 18:45 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    18-03-2009
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Vlierbeek
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    Wanted to check out how to get to the Abdij of Vlierbeek from my place so I biked over there over Heverlee and Kessel Lo. Did not find the place where the start of the MTB-O will be, the Rozenkrans pub, but I had a look around the abbey grounds and made some pictures. I could see the Kesselse bergen and the Chartreuzebos looming over me when I rode over to Linden to make my wat back to Korbeek Lo. Seeing that the weather was fine I added another loop over Bierbeek, Opvelp, Beauvechain and Tourinnes before returning over Hamme Mille and Meerdael. The sun was shining overtime today and even though there was a northerly wind blowing, I recorded an average temperature of 12 degrees C. In the sun and out of the wind it was simply wonderful to be.
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    I did some research on MTB-O in the meanwhile and it is becoming clear that this might be quite a challenge. But since it will be my first time, my only goal will be to find all the control points and generally finish the ride. I have the idea they don't allow GPS so I will put mine in my backpack . I can't imagine riding without it recording the ride, so if they make a problem out of that I will simply not start. I need to familiarize myself with the card and compass way of going from point A to B but I already found some good explanations on some of the MTB-O sites around the world.

    Ride Stats : 46K and 285/295 heightmeters (Polar/Garmin) in 2h2mins

    1819/15120

    18-03-2009, 19:45 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    16-03-2009
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Bling
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    Got a new chain delivered today. It is a golden KMC X9 SL Titanium Nitride coated chain, I already had one like this as a first mount on the Hilset and my last chain was also a KMC X9 TiNi chain, but no SL. Its a good chain, the SL chain even rolls a bit more quiet than the normal version and it is also very light. Perfect for the use I'm making of this bike. The chain has a Titanium Nitride coating which makes it a bit harder to wear. The Missing Link is a re-usable connector , along the same principle as the SRAM Gold Link. Obviously the chain looks well on the bike, especially when its new. I also changed the jockey wheels on the XTR rear derailleur. They were still the first ones and it was time they got changed since I had this bike - end of May 2005 - so thats nearly 4 years. The teeth were almost resembling shark teeth. I changed them for XTR 11T jockeys.
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    I only wanted to do an easy recovery ride today. The forecast calls for a dry week - yippee - so I know it will be hard to keep myself from biking too much. I'm playing with the idea of having the Litespeed equipped with the Fox RLT80 fork instead of the worn SID SL it has now. At the same time I need to replace the inner and outer rear shifter cable and possibly the brake cables as well. It would be nice if I could have all that done by saturday.
    If all goes well I am thinking of entering an MTB-O event next saturday. Its held in nearby Kessel-lo so finding my way around should not be too hard. Of course I will need to learn how its done the hard way, but I'm pretty confident I will find my way. Its a competition but I'm not counting on riding fast , just having a good time combining mountainbiking and orienteering. Should be fun. Lets hope the weather stays dry.

    Today I just did a quick ride around Heverlee, Bertem, Neerijse , Sint Agatha Rode and Sint Joris Weert, finishing with a loop taking me past the Zoete Waters to Oud-Heverlee and Heverlee again. The weather was nice with 11 degrees C and nearly no wind. It got a bit frisky by the time I finished my ride but I was home before dusk.

    Ride Stats : 40K and 270/269 heightmeters (Polar/Garmin) in 1h41mins

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    16-03-2009, 19:17 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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