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My recce buddy, Andy the Greenhornet, tried his luck by descending the step slope. Forgot to take a video though!
Excellent view to the farm after we continued the descent.
Halfway was a junction. The trail on the left goes to Greenhill.
Not all trails are rideable in Green Hill. Seeing here are my buddies doing the hard work to portage their bikes up to the peak. They must have been cursing me left and right!
Single track after the steps.
Guy in blue shirt is my highschool buddy, Fatt.
A view to Farlim area at the peak of Greenhill.
Greenhornet launched his bike down on a very steep slope. I have been to Kiara trail once. It is very similar with Kiara trail!
You see any trail at all? This is where we came down from the peak! We virtually slided down!
Fatt gave up and threw his bike down the slope!
Our machines. The riders were out finding the way out.
Fatt and Greenhornet checking out the trail.
We came out after we met a rubber tapper. The buidlings is Ixula apartment according to my GPS.
The aprtment. Non gated.
More pictures: LINK
I was wondering if anyone from Penang that would also like to help contribute and author this blog? I really hope more prople will help post stories/reports and especially photos here.
One easy way to do it is everytime you post in your blog, you can just copy the html codes and paste it in a new post in this blog.
Please EMAIL me if you are interested.
Sheldon Brown, the human encyclopedia of bicycling knowledge and a famous employee of Harris Cyclery in Massachusetts, died of a massive heart attack Sunday evening, February 3, according to his wife Harriet.
The 63-year-old bicycle expert was diagnosed with primary progressive multiple sclerosis in August 2007, limiting his prior upright bicycling and workload. His many trademarks include a longish gray leprechaun beard and shaved head. He was also well-known for patiently and thoroughly answering his 500 - 1000 daily emails.
Our thoughts are with Brown's family during their time of loss. His contributions to the bicycle industry were great, and his enduring legacy shall be greater.
Ride slow and safe, as track is still new and slippery when wet.
Be aware of sharp corners and very steep decends. Cheers~