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Nylstroom, Marble Hall on tar
« on: February 03, 2008, 06:25:53 pm »
I decided to keep to tar because my foot still hurts after too much riding, so took a ride from Centurion to Nylstroom, then east to Marble hall and down past Loskop Dam to Middelburg and then via the back routes back home again.

WARNING: The road from Nylstroom to Marble Hall is extremely dangerous. There is almost more pothole than road. I do not suggest you take this route in bad light or during rain.

I didn't take many pics, I just rode and rode and rode, 530 Kilo's in all, so it was a lekker long one for my first one after getting back on the bike. The KLR handled like a dream, I have yet to check what she threw away along the way!

Only two photies, one is of the river right below Loskop during September 07, and the other one I took today, February 08.

Thanks to all the dogs and other riders who greeted me on the way, and safe riding to all of you!

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Re: Nylstroom, Marble Hall on tar
« Reply #1 on: February 03, 2008, 09:54:39 pm »
Ek wou nog lees en prentjies kyk, toe is alles alweer verby :D Goed om te hoor die wiele rol weer!
2-wiel geskiedenis sedert 1995: Kawasaki KLE 500, Suzuki GSX750F en Triumph Tiger 955i. Het almal verkoop, sonder dat ek myself en/of die fiets breek gery het.