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2 hours ago, NotShatterProof said:

Sedgies is OK for now. River flowing over the Karatara and Hoogekraal low water bridges so riding up to Hoogekraal will mean you get a fun river crossing. The mouth is open and flowing strongly. You may want to not say "artificially closed" unless you want to raise the ire of some people.

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Jip, last time is was very much artificially closed, by means of buldozers .... they got their timing wrong and could not open the mouth in time and it caused lots of damage ..... "ire" did not begin to describe the "mood" .....

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1 minute ago, ChrisF said:

Thank you

 

Jip, last time is was very much artificially closed, by means of buldozers .... they got their timing wrong and could not open the mouth in time and it caused lots of damage ..... "ire" did not begin to describe the "mood" .....

I don't get why people always want to shove their noses into natures business thinking they know better .... idiots!

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8 hours ago, Jbr said:

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just a little bit windy

"Just a little bit windy" is an understatement. I was out on the Durbanville Hills the last couple of days and I tell you, the BIG gumtrees are having a lie-down in this Southeaster.

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36 minutes ago, DJR said:

"Just a little bit windy" is an understatement. I was out on the Durbanville Hills the last couple of days and I tell you, the BIG gumtrees are having a lie-down in this Southeaster.

 

Workday ended in Noordhoek ..... with this "mild breeze" I drove to Houtbay, took out the Blue Beast and did a quick lap from Seattle in Houtbay to Table Mountain and back.  (probably should update my default ride setting from "MTB")

 

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The wind certainly added another element to the ride .....

 

I gave it my ALL .... but just short of my PB .... may get another opportunity at this shortly :clap:

 

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BEST way to recharge after a hard ride

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1 hour ago, ChrisF said:

 

Workday ended in Noordhoek ..... with this "mild breeze" I drove to Houtbay, took out the Blue Beast and did a quick lap from Seattle in Houtbay to Table Mountain and back.  (probably should update my default ride setting from "MTB")

 

CC-6.jpg.c73386c08911a8b3e884de6df13de071.jpg

 

The wind certainly added another element to the ride .....

 

I gave it my ALL .... but just short of my PB .... may get another opportunity at this shortly :clap:

 

CC-4.jpg.6d6f20cfea75b203037511cd9f75ca95.jpg

 

BEST way to recharge after a hard ride

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You going to be in Villiersdorp tomorrow?  😂

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A long time ago near Buffelspoort... seeing this picture today made me think about all the time I have spent out on a bike alone

"I prefer to think of myself as a lone wolf, a renegade, a man who stands alone against all the dangers a motorized world can throw at him. Defending stop as yield, red light as stop sign, and take the lane laws. I ride alone because the path I follow few have the fortitude to journey."

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13 hours ago, copperhead said:

Greyton. Went past a big dam. Looked full. Niiiiice. Still charging us a tax for water shortages. Not nice. Headwind for 58532kms. Not nice. Showered and chilling now. Great success. 

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Go Copperhead!!!, we are living out our dreams through your adventures!!!

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