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Fiery
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by Fiery

Yep, Hallerbos. It's the one place I know of to find them in that number, and it was just a short detour from the route I was taking on that ride anyway.

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MikeyBE
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by MikeyBE

Ah nice - as I live in Brussels I often ride around the Hallerbos/ Dworp/ Tubize area - usually head straight down the canal to get to the hills around there.

Here is a pic near Ronquières on Saturday.

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jever98
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by jever98

Bellevue de Tréchauffée in the vallée verteImage

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beeatnik
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by beeatnik

North East Los Angeles is West of Here
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a bloc is in NELA
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people of Mexico, your 500-year-old foodways are immoral. try these $6 vegan tacos, guilt free!
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a bloc part 2. these Cannondale Giants are reallly, really nice
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ms6073
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beeatnik wrote:
Mon Apr 23, 2018 3:25 pm
a bloc part 2. these Cannondale Giants are reallly, really nice
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Sorry, lost me on that one. I see a Giant Defy Advanced attached to the work stand but how does Cannondale come into play?
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beeatnik
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by beeatnik

Black and chrome. Limited logos

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AndreLM
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by AndreLM

Earlier today...

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Fiery
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by Fiery

MikeyBE wrote:
Mon Apr 23, 2018 3:07 pm
Ah nice - as I live in Brussels I often ride around the Hallerbos/ Dworp/ Tubize area - usually head straight down the canal to get to the hills around there.
Yeah, I love the area south of Dworp and Tubize. For some reason I only started riding there in the last few months, before I was always going west to Pajottenland or east to Druivenstreek. I prefer to hit the hills on the way out though, and use the canal path on the way back, especially when the wind is from the south as it was this Sunday.

You should post pictures more often, that one looks great.

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Gearjunkie
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by Gearjunkie

Not from today (instead from the weekend just been), but I thought I should keep up with Squashed's pics of Christchurch foreshore:

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From the same spot but looking ahead to the hills I was heading for...

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Since the earthquakes the Sign of the Kiwi cafe at Dyers Pass has become a favourite stop for walkers, runners, family outings, roadies, dirt trackers and more besides. Great to see prosperity returning.

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And finally a shot of my trusty steed, not staged so sorry for the non big / small gearing, non horizontal cranks, non alligned Bora logos etc. And the shoes aren't mine ;)

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Calnago
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by Calnago

Finally... some almost summer like weather...
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And an outside lunch stop...
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Right here, right now...
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And one more, right here, right now... just several hours later....
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sychen
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by sychen

First 4 gorge ride since the leg break.
New bike helps with setting some pbs but doesn't make it hurt less. Cold wet and cramping at the end.

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dmp
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by dmp

Cal, do you live near Leschi? We used to live in Seward Park.

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Calnago
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No, that’s where the rich folk live :). I live on the other side of the lake. But the new 520 bridge bike lane makes it a pretty easy access for urban cycling. Normally we’d head out east. Did do a quick loop around Seward Park today as well.
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Wookski
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by Wookski

sychen wrote:
Wed Apr 25, 2018 2:43 am
First 4 gorge ride since the leg break.
New bike helps with setting some pbs but doesn't make it hurt less. Cold wet and cramping at the end.

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Bobbo was nice in the rain today

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Antoine
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by Antoine

local race in Issoire, I'm not in the picture and I wasn't there, but I find those guys pretty expressive :

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