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    Tales from the Woods
    23-09-2012
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.The long way home
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    The weather was unstable and it looked as if it could start to rain any minute. So instead of taking the Vortex out for a spin on the road, I settled on the Moots YBB instead and decided to do a Meerdael Forest loop. I started out on one of my winter loops, riding through the eastern section of Meerdael Forest in a north-south parallel pattern. A lot of climbing involved but I was glad to check out the trails, some of which I had not seen since last winter. Some were overgrown but at least the path was still there. When I finished the section near the Bremberg I made a long loop which brought me back on the same trails and I did the whole lot again, in the opposite direction. Again 350 heightmeters and around 22K. When I crossed the Weertse Dreef I decided to do an extra loop so I followed the Red Bloso for a while and then rode on to the Herculesdreef . Past the Kluis and into Vaalbeek. Crossing over to Heverlee forest for a short stint which brought me nicely to the Sappellenbos and into Blanden. With nearly 60K I was very pleased of my ride. Oh, and it did not rain throughout the entire ride. With 10 degrees C it was rather fresh but in the forest I was well sheltered from the wind.

    Endomondo track


    Ride Stats : 58.5K and 755 heightmeters (Garmin) in 2h45mins

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    23-09-2012, 13:47 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    22-09-2012
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Tervuren Bloso trails
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    Weather looked to be fine today so I set out on a long offroad ride. Riding up to Duisburg to pick up on the Red Bloso route. Along the way I passed through the Doode Beemde and then through Neerijse. A fine little climb here brought me to the edge of some big sand pit. Riding around it and then up the Raffelberg I came to the Red track. Following that for an interesting section with a fine singletrail downhill . Entering Duisburg I followed the Red to the big crossroads in Tervuren forest. Since I saw that the Green passed there as well I figured I would follow it from there on . This meant returning on my tracks and then I was on the Green and on the way to Vossem. Past Vossem I spotted a big dark cloud. Hmm, looked like it would rain. The trail followed some nice sections along the Hogenbos and then the rain came. Not much, but the trails were wet when I entered Moorsel for a confusing section through the town. I lost the arrows but found them again a little later and soon I was waiting to cross the busy N3. Even though I was standing on a marked overpass and it was raining, none of the blase Brussels crowd in their cars found it necessary to let me cross. So I had to wait for a long time, thank you assh0leS. When at last there was a gap in traffic I crossed an rode along the wall of the Tervuren park. Missing another arrow due to a parked car covering it, I had to retraced my steps once more to enter the park. Soon I was back at the Zevensprong and followed the Red Bloso again until I came to the Blue Bloso track. This ventured into Tervuren. Stopping at the Diependal sports centre to take a picture of the trail map.


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    The rain was gone by now but the forest still was leaking water from its trees. It was also dark due to the heavy leaf cover and the absense of the sun. The Blue almost entirely runs through the Sonian Forest. Big wide trails through a softly undulating forest landscape. Be careful not to miss the little trail dropping to the left while following the bikepath along the E411. Entering Jezus Eik and then following the Dronkemansdreef until the trail crosses the Red route. It looked to me that there were some arrows missing, especially at the start of the Dronkemansdreef. Onto the Red and immediately a steep climb followed by a fast but tricky downhill. Making a loop and climbing back up to enter the Sonian Forest once again . A long but fast section in the forest to reach the Tervuursesteenweg leading towards Duisburg. Here the arrowing seemed to differ from the GPS track I downloaded from the Bloso site. I followed the GPS track and saw some nice singletrails whilst making my way to Pachthof Stroeykens where the Red starts. Past the Pachthof and down into Veeweide for a last section of trail leading down and upwards to where I entered the Red Bloso a couple of hours ago. Except for the rainy passage I quite enjoyed these trails. They are not among the most difficult, neither on a technical not physical level, but there are some very nice trails and singletracks. Some dangerous crossings as well and a lot of the trails can be ridden on the big ring, but be careful, you will have to downshift very fast at some sections. I rode them whilst the trails were dry and fast, but some sections are mud-prone and some cobbles here and there also make it quite dangerous and slippery when wet. Be prepared and you will have a good time on these trails.
    Riding back I passed again through the Doode Beemde and then along the Langendaalstraat back into Meerdael Forest. I leave you with the edited trail of the 3 Tervuren/Vossem/Duisburg BLOSO routes on EveryTrail.

    BLOSO routes Tervuren-Vossem-Duisburg at EveryTrail

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    Endomondo track


    Ride Stats : 73.5K and 820 heightmeters (Garmin) in 3h21mins

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    22-09-2012, 15:33 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    21-09-2012
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Green Meerdael
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    The YBB is back. Filip fixed my rear wheel, put in new nipples and respoked the lot. Yesterday I went over to collect the wheel, and today I was curious to try the bike out. Rode exactly the same trails I rode last monday. But the Moots got me over them a lot faster. The added rear suspension - even though it is only an inch - makes the ride more comfortable and allows to remain seated - and pedal ! - where I would otherwise have to lift my behind from the saddle. The trails were still perfect, the only thing missing was a little sunshine to light up the trails. Now it was already darkening in the forest, making it more difficult to read the trail in heavy undergrowth situations. I did NOT want to break my wheel again. But fortunately all went well and I could maintain a very high speed throughout the ride. The legs feel good.

    Endomondo track


    Ride Stats : 28K and 210 heightmeters (Garmin) in 1h07mins

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    21-09-2012, 19:11 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    20-09-2012
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Red and Blue Meerdael Bloso
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    Today saw the return of my old and trusty Litespeed Obed. After a long while of trying to spec the correct size of bottom bracket,  Filip Sport finally found one and I got the bike back today. I decided to check it out on the trails of the Meerdael Bloso's. Doing the same ride as last tuesday, but in the opposite direction, would also be a good way to find out if a front suspension bike is faster than a non-suspended bike on those trails. While it is difficult to compare bikes in exact the same conditions from the first meters the Obed feels more comfortable. The front suspension and the slightly fatter tyres are credit to that. The tyres were inflated to 3 bars and the bike was fast. Too fast because I hit a queer stone that protruded from the soil. I hit it hard and even though at first I thought I got away with it, after a couple of 100 metres I felt the air leak out of my rear tyre. Damn, snakebite. Stopped and started replacing the inner tyre, pumping it up and got under way in a little under 10 minutes. Of course, my rhythm was broken and I needed to find the good pace again during the first couple of kilometers.


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    But then I got rolling again, stopping one more time to add a little more pressure to the tyre at the Mollendaal cabin. The trails were fast and even the wind in my face on the Valduc fields did not bother me. The big ring only came off during the 3 long climbs in Nethen, at the Kluis and in Sint Joris Weert. Before long I was back at the new parallel road  to the Weertse Dreef, straight through the Military compound . With 15 degrees C and a little bit of sun from time to time the conditions were excellent. My average heartrate was higher than last tuesday but so was my average. The bike gets the thumbs up, and so does Filip for delivering a well-prepared bike. I need to have the rear wheel straightened though because the hit caused a little deflection.

    Endomondo track


    Ride Stats : 33.5K and 370 heightmeters (Garmin) in 1h25mins

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    20-09-2012, 19:10 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    18-09-2012
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Blue and Red Meerdael Bloso
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    This late afternoon saw me doing the remainder of the Meerdael Bloso routes. Picking in where I left them yesterday I set out on the Blue, followed by the red and finishing with the remainder of the blue. The pace was again fast. The non-suspended Hilset BBW helped me to maintain a good pace, and most of the shorter climbs where taken on the big ring. The long climbs near the Kluis and along the Nethen Savenel wall were taken on the middle ring, but at a high pace. My legs felt strong and the temperature of 16 degrees C was ideally suited for a long-sleeved intense ride. I have to pass chez Filip Sport one of these days to pick up the Litespeed Obed and the rear wheel of the Moots YBB. Some suspension will be a welcome relief from the harsh rides the BBW offers. The steering won't be as chirurgical and there will be some softness in the suspended front end during the turns but once I get used to that I should be able to move fast with both bikes.

    Endomondo track


    Ride Stats : 33K and 355 heightmeters (Garmin) in 1h27mins

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    18-09-2012, 19:25 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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    17-09-2012
    Klik hier om een link te hebben waarmee u dit artikel later terug kunt lezen.Meerdael Green
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    I rode out with the Hilset BBW for a fast and short intense ride offroad. Riding to the Green Bloso and then trying to stay on the big ring. Not so difficult for most of the track but on one place I had to shift to the middle ring - the connoisseurs will know where. I felt good and the speed remained relatively high. The tracks were dry and fast. With an average temperature of around 18 degree C and a shy sun peeping through the clouds my long sleeves made me sweat near the end of the ride. But I succeeded in putting down a fast ride . The Litespeed Obed is at last ready to roll so I might use that later this week on the same track to see what difference a bike with front suspension makes.

    Endomondo track


    Ride Stats : 28K and 205 heightmeters (Garmin) in 1h10mins

    9253/79285

    17-09-2012, 00:00 geschreven door Big Bad Wolf

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