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Rouxenator

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  1. It works for cycling shoes too. These had cleats but I know use them on flat pedals.
  2. Very good maintenance done over the past week, happy to have been out there today.
  3. This guy on a gravel bike out rode me in the sand today - serious skills right there.
  4. I was fortunate in that my dad (Vlottenburg Farm) is in a partnership with the farmer who's land I used to access Devon Valley so he knew about me. I actually first started using that route in 2013 when I was working at Woodmill and rode home that way. I am aware of the bypass road plans but seeing as this has been planned for at least a decade now I am also not sure when it will happen. It would be cool if Kanu or Beyerskloof have a road that could be used to get to Devon valley from this side. Most of the farms between the R304 and R44 are friendly towards mountain bikers and I have met the land owners a few times when I ride there after work.
  5. Had a blast out there today, thanks for the zippy alternative Ribbok, I like it. Previously I was able to get to Devonvalley by going up the hill straight across from the Welgevonden traffic lights on the R304. However that is no longer and option. It would be really cool if an alternative route up to Devon valley from the R304 was available via Louisenhof/Kanu/Beyerskloof. This is how I now access Bottelary Hills.
  6. Thanks for the feedback, will do
  7. Thanks for the update, so do we just stick to the jeep track and take it to the top before heading right down to the Zevenwag split? Just to recap, is that all one single game farm and what's the name of it again?
  8. With Ribbok dead, when are we loosing Rooikat?
  9. Hey, the sunrises somewhere every second of the day. Sometimes even when I lift my bum off the saddle
  10. Load shedding hit and the fool I was ventured out into the heat and wind....
  11. Miles from nowhere, not a soul in sight, windy, hot, sandy - perfect.
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