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    Tales from the Woods
    24-05-2009
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Randonnee de l'Athenee in Wavre
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    Got out of bed and with the sun out my mind was quickly made up. I would ride to Wavre for the 7th edition of the 'Randonnee de l'Athenee', which is organised by one of the local schools. I know from past experiences that this is a great ride. And this year I was set to do the 55K. With the 18K distance between my home and the start this would yield me around 90K of biking. More than enough for this mere mortal.

    The Ride

    Paid 4€ at the start, whilst my bike was being kept in the bike park, safe . The start of the ride was quite a blast for the legs. After a couple of K's to get out of Wavre city the first climb led us up a long, at times very steep hollow road. The first bikers were on foot, I just put it on the 26 in front and gritted my teeth. I would ride this hill. And so I did, and the next one, which, after a quick descent led us back up the same hill again. Already a first split from the other distances - 15, 30 and 40 - for this second hill. Yes, the fools that chose the longest distance would have something to talk about. Bois de l'Avocht, Bois du Mont, Bois du Menil, in and out of forest and shade the trail took us to the south of Wavre towards neighbouring Limal. There another extra loop took the 55K towards Profondsart and Roffesart. The tracks were beautiful, sometimes singletrails, small tracks between fields, hills too steep to ride, fast downhills, we got it all. And I was loving it. I found a good rhythm after an initial gasp for air and my legs that were protesting against another beating. I have been riding every day for the last 3 days, with my thursday trip to Polleur as a highlight and I could feel my legs were not very fresh. But mind was put over matter and I rode on. I was looking for the first reststop which came after 20K or so, perhaps a bit sooner might have been nice. There was enough to drink, with water and something which tasted like grenadine, and also fruit - bananas, oranges - and some cookies to eat. Drinking was most important because it was really hot in the fields. After the first reststop we had a nice venture into the Bois de Rixensart as we slowly made our way towards Rosieres. Luckily they left out the Bois des Templiers this year. I had been there on a ride a few years ago and it was muddy hell. So far I didn't see a single puddle - and it DID rain last night - so I was quite happy with the trail conditions. A field passage through Champles brought us to a tunnel under the N257. I could see that the bottom of the tunnel was a mud-trap, so I decided to ride over the N257 - very illegal, I see red - which kept my tires dry. The track now turned over "Le Ry" towards the golf course of le "Chateau du Bavette". A passage over private roads with a great downhill zooming next to the greens , then a sharp turn to the left and ... walking up an unsurmountable hill, both due to its steepness as to the wet stones that were forming the path. I saw a figure of 27% later on my GPS. For those interested the GPX track can be downloaded from Motionbased - see below.
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    The ride now turned towards the north-east of Wavre, the Ottenburg region , but not before we had a 2nd rest stop, along the Bois de Laurensart in the neighborhood of Basse Wavre. The passage through the Bois de Laurensart up the hill towards De Tomme usually is a very wet one, but it was almost completely ride-able today. If you didn't mind going through the puddles you could ride it all the way. At De Tomme the 55 had another extra loop with a downhill going against the Red Overijse route, down into the field and then back up again through the hollow road leading towards the plains. Another steep downhill into the Bois de Laurensart and we joined the 40K again for a drop into Gastuche. Next to Grez Doiceau here so the tracks were very familiar to me. A nice passage through Dion Le Val with a long steady climb up towards the N25, followed by a drop down towards Dion again for the 55K riders. Another long uphill into the "Bois des Neulettes" and we were nearly home. At the end we passed through Basse-Wavre and next to the Racing Jet de Wavre football stadium for an urban intermezzo through narrow paths, leading us back towards the start. The distance was quite a bit more then the announced 55K but I don't think anyone really minded. This was a great ride, on a warm sunny day, along some of the finest paths in the Wavre region. Thanks guys.
    At the athenee I met up with the lovely Estér from BigM for a nice little chat before heading home. Was nice to meet you again E. Say hi to Iván for me.

    The Lowdown:

    What I liked:
    + Great trails, with attention to lesser visited tracks
    + the region and the use they made of what is offered
    + dangerous downhills and road crossings well marked
    + distance splits well marked - before AND after the split
    + arrowing sufficient and very noticeable
    + all this for only 4€
    + emergency number on cards handed out at start
    + bike park with surveillance


    What I did not like:
    - only 2 rest zones, a 3rd on the 55K would have been welcome.
    - rest zones might have been a bit better stocked although offered food and drink was fine.



    Ride Stats : 94K and 1155/1201 heightmeters (Polar/Garmin) in 5h3mins30secs
    Wavre TT : 57K and 917 heightmeters (Garmin)

    GPS Track on Motionbased : CLICK
    Map :
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    24-05-2009, 00:00 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    23-05-2009
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Fare Fatige
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    Another sunny day and I was out on my bike for a ride along the 50K Bloso route that starts in Heverlee, next to the sports centre. A lot of climbing in this route but I was going to take it easy and enjoy the sun . The wind was still blowing fiercely out of south-easterly corners but it didn't bother me that much today. In Sint Joris Weert I crossed a couple of mountainbikers and they asked me if I had a pump with me. Of course I always do and they were glad because one of them got a tyre that was losing air slowly. Turns out he was of the same village as me and he recognized me - or rather my bike - from the mountainbike.be forum. Small world. I continued my ride and noted the language border had been marked on the road when leaving Sint Joris Weert and entering Nethen.
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    Quickly a picture was taken and I continued along Sint Agatha Rode, Ottenburg, Terlanen, Leefdaal, Neerijse and Heverlee for a quiet ride with a good amount of heightmeters. Stopped every once in a while to take some pictures.

    Ride Stats : 54K and 500/503 heightmeters (Polar/Garmin) in 2h20mins

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    23-05-2009, 14:59 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    22-05-2009
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    Today I wanted to ride an easy ride, to help my legs in the recovery process from yesterdays' ride. So I set out on a local ride over easy roads. The weather was warm and sunny but there was still a nasty wind blowing. Another change in my daily routine since I took delivery of a brand-new laptop, a shiny HP HDX 16, which is a welcome change from the PC I have been working on since my main desktop PC crashed in th beginning of this month. The 64-bit Vista is surely fast and the screen quality is HDMI, which simply means its amazing.
    Fortunately all my programs seem compatible with the 64 bits version of Windows Vista, either in 64-bit mode or in 32-bit mode. I just have to dabble along to get myself acquainted with all the new and different functions Vista has over Windows XP.
    As for the ride today, it went well, my legs were not too tired and I focused on leg speed/pedal rotations on this short ride which took me over Bierbeek towards Neervelp, Opvelp, Beauvechain and Hamme Mille.

    Ride Stats: 28K and 205/203 heightmeters (Polar/Garmin) in 1h09mins

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    22-05-2009, 20:12 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    21-05-2009
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.O2 Bikers Roadbook Polleur
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    After having ridden the excellent - technical, beautiful scenery, masses of heightmeters - O2 Bikers roadbook of Nonceveux last year, I kept my eye open for similar pearls . When I saw the Polleur roadbook in the April 2009 issue I didn't have to think twice. I wanted to ride it, asap. I know the region between Remouchamps, Banneux, Verviers, Theux and Spa pretty well and I haven't been disappointed when riding there. The area is very beautiful, the valleys are deep and lush with big forests and fields vying for every bikers' attention. The region is also very Ardennesque, with rocks and roots galore and a plethora of steep and technical ascents/descents.  Furthermore, this roadbook descents towards the river Hoegne, known to me from my Longest Downhill adventures. And recently also by riding the Verviers World marathon Championship tracks. In short, I wanted to go. The weather forecast called for dry weather but with increasing thunderstorm possibilities in the late afternoon. After having checked Meteox this morning and seeing not a menacing cloud within a couple of 100 kilometers I rode my car to Polleur.
    Around 10am I parked the red Mazda in front of the librairie de Polleur, straight across the church. This church is a bit special, I already mentioned this in my Verviers blog entry, but for those who are new here, just check out the rotation in the roof.
    After 15 minutes I was on my bike and already riding uphill. The track quickly descents towards Neufmarteau where I meet the river Hoegne. The trails are wet, this added a couple of points on the difficulty scale. It is utopic to expect an Ardennes ride to be dry, but the less water the better. They call this area 'l'Ardenne Bleu', and I'm sure the Blue stands for water. I asked the locals and they said they had a big thunderstorm 2 days ago. Ceci explique Cela.. This explains that.
    The first couple of climbs have me looking for a good rhythm. I have stopped taking the Aerius hayfever pills last week and I'm not feeling too well. Still, I'm persistent I might not need them anymore. We'll see. The tracks are difficult, wet, rocky, steep and demanding . Yip, thats the way I like them. My pace is slow but I'm enjoying every minute of it. Slowly I crawl out of the forest for a bit of field before descending towards Surister. Then a long drop back towards the river Hoegne. Tricky and the wet rocks demand the utmost of my concentration. But I am determined to ride it all and amazingly, I make it.
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    Into Royompré and then a beautiful singletrack ondulating high above the Hoegne towards the Croupets du Moulin. A tough one, wet and rooty and the drop on the left doesn't look very forgiving. A fallen tree has me climb over it, bike in hand. Another long climb leads me through the Bois de Rassouster. Dropping back towards Royompré, crossing the N629 and I have to walk the first couple of meters of the following climb. Too rocky, too wet. After a while I leave the forest and follow a narrow singletrack towards Les Bansions. When I arrive on a bigger trail I take some time to eat. The next couple of kilometers are a bit easier along the Bois des Gattes but with a nasty descent - rocky and wet - at Le Sarpey before reaching Polleur again. Here the trail merges with the Red Theux route and climbs into the majestic Bois de Staneu. The trail crosses deep under the E42 bridge and then follows a track parallel to the Red route. This track is the most difficult of the day, actually riding in a rivulet, its bed riddled with rocks. The Moots has to work hard here, and its rider even harder, the wheels keep slipping, bumping against rocks, process is slow but steady. This bike was made for this. The trail then descents towards the road leading from Polleur to Theux, but just before reaching it you have to take a sharp left and brace yourself. A steep climb follows. I made it but it cost me a lot of energy. Then follows a wet section, lots of puddles, as the trail remains on the same heightline for a while . It drops back down again, turns to the left again and the biggest baddest of climbs follows. I admit, I didn't make it this time. I did when riding the Red last year with the Merlin, but the trail was dry then. It was wet now and the big rocks make every mistake a bad one. About halfway to the top my rear wheel slipped and I didn't have the strength or speed to correct it. OK, walk this way. After a while the slope became less steep and I could ride on. The trail is then dropping for the last time towards the road heading to Theux. Normally the roadbook follows this tarmac road into Theux but I decided to add another climb following the Red route upwards towards Rainonfosse. Then I zoom back down into Theux.
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    Next target was the Chateau de Franchimont. I had spotted it already a couple of times when riding in the Bois de Staneu but now I was at the bottom of the climb leading up to it. You have 2 options, one is 1350 metres long , the other 350 metres. No points for guessing which one I took. The hill was short and steep. 32% to be precise. Luckily it was also dry so I made it without too much difficulty. After having stopped to take some pictures I started on the last 7 kilometres leading me towards the top of the Thier de Polleur, a 26% drop into the town of Polleur where I had to be careful one last time before reaching the end of the roadbook.
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    A great ride, tough on its own with lots of difficult climbs, nasty descents and technical sections. Even tougher today because of the wet rocks and scattered mud.  Beautiful views though and very rewarding for the biker that takes up the glove.

    Ride Stats : 36K and 790/820 heightmeters (Polar/Garmin) in 2h38mins
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    Hill Factor: 22
    GPS Track on Motionbased : CLICK

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    21-05-2009, 00:00 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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