Very cool. A good documentary, better than maps and plans yea!Thanks for sharing, Bintan looks like a nice place to roam in, it seems. Mustering even more motivation to ride in Riau Islands.
I hope I am not responsible for this http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread.php?t=562835:)I going to be in OR next month. Am seriously considering picking up a Standard NWT (pocket companion may be), I hear there is a 8 Spd version now.The Flyby has been hijacked by a friend of mine. And my tikit riding house mate is not helping me curb my need for a foldie. It is just too much fun.
Nat, my good friend Dr Mike is a physician but he has no cure for foldinitis and I can't help him either. Poor us!Lucky you Nat, off to Eugene OR. Like a kid in the best lolly shop in the world. I'm so envious and yes, NWT sounds like perfect. Vik's white one is like a beautiful white horse waiting to whisk its rider to faraway lands...I wonder if you could pick up a small 1cm screw for me from BF? My tikit handlebar stem knob went AWOL at Bintan. I will be v grateful for this small favour.
Of course, Will gladly pick one up. can you drop me a mail on how it looks? A picture will be perfect. I carry my e-mails everywhere and will help me remember the proper item to pick up.
Thanks Nat! I owe you big time. Can u email me at lovethefold at gmail dot com so I can forward the details to you? I will also contact the BF people to expect you.Mucho gracias. Back to 2c weather this Sunday and returning in late Sept for Trans Borneo. Will contact you then Nat!Have a great and safe trip and don't melt the plastic getting all the goodies :)
ns Borneo. Sounds like fun. I should be back by mid Aug. And should be able to sneak time off work in Sep. The schedule might work. Hmmm. Will look forward.Will drop you an e-mail and we can take it from there.
wah... this is great and I am glad to be able to ride with u guys!
hi Al,Check with u what is a better ride for this route. Brompton M (6 gear, with rear rack)or Flamingo F1 with racing slicks? Flamingo can take me to longer distances, but it is more suited for road conditions.. I see the video that there are some sandy and B grade roads. My slicks are abit worn, so I dun mind changing to fatter tyres..which is better? marathons or fat apples?
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