So, this Sunday, we have arranged a tough ride for everyone, especially for Khye Kok from Oriental Daily. This intended route was supposed to start from Kek Lok Si Temple car park, cycle up to Ayer Itam Dam, around the inner path and up to the dreaded LCY.
Nevertheless, like any solid plans, things just changed for the best. We took the steep TSLK route up to AID. Out of 8 of us, 5 took the TSLK and the rest negotiated a much more friendlier route via KLS.
Yeoh and Kenny had to leave early for work and cycled down AID as soon as they reached it. From there, Guan joined us all the way to Balik Pulau via Hilton.
As usual after breakfast, we started our ride back to Ayer Itam via a shortcut to Jalan Tun Sardon. Two weeks ago, we took the same route (single track) but it was totally a different landscape all together this time around.
Road works have started, bulldozers widen the road and we believe that they are making a tar road that links to the main road. Not sure it is a good thing for the environment, seeing trees being cut down to make way for a tarred road.
Here are some photos of the ride:-
|Kwan is seen to be saying,"Where is Ah Guan???"|
|What a change of landscape!!!|
|At his age, Ah Guan is damn fit.|
|Met another group of cyclists at the junction to Jln Tun Sardon|
|Oriental Kok, "ti theng ka"|
|Yeap, our HTC promoter|
|Simon says "No problem"|
|Breakfast RM 11|
|Taking a video clip|
|Ba Chang kuih|