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Alternative Ride 2nd March
« on: March 02, 2008, 10:50:35 pm »
We met at the usual place in Richwood,Today a little later at 07h00 for 07h30.
This was so Camelman could have that extra shot the night before and still make the ride.
I was there at 06h45 and the first to arrive was Giraffe.
All told the following riders came.

XXX                KTM 990
Camelman      KTM 950
Graffe             KTM 640
Sprocketbek   KTM 640
Tok Tokkie     BMW 650 Dakar
XT660R          XT660R
GoGirl             KTM950
Spy                 TTR250
E-Maxx            KTM 950 SE

We got away at 07h50 and the morning was cool, we no sooner hit the road when XXX 990 came flying by.
Luckely only I knew where we were going , so he had to wait at the next intersection.

At the end of Occudale road.




Down the Track



We had an aerial visitor



One  of our re-grouping stops
Left, E-Maxx , Sprocketbek , XXX (Very Tall) , Spy



Tok Tokkie doing his thing at one of the gate open and closings




XXX`s KTM 990  didnt quite make the 1000 km mark , because at 911 km(ironically)  he hit the deck and christened that shinny 990 . And I did warn tham all " Keep to the RH Track , its not what it seems " Anyway , no harm done.

The next casualty was , Spy`s  front tyre , one to many thorns , so we changed the tube promptly (once ! )
Giraffe had decided earlier to take out the thorns in his front tyre and had a slow puncture , which he kept at bay with tyre weld.
I must say that GoGirl has really picked up her pace and rides very well now.
We got to Moorreessberg in record time , even with the puncture stop.

The Ou Toppies having a break !
GoGirl (not really an ou toppie) and Tok Tokkie



We were about 4 kays into the next section when some farmer had put a fat lock on a gate,which is actually a public road.
Never the less , we back tracked and got onto the two spoor at Witterberg.
 I rotated the leaders so that the faster riders had a chance  not to eat so much dust.
We stopped at Koringberg for the usual COLD BEER and a 30 min. breather and then hit the road again.( Many thanks to XXX for picking up the tab)

Oh ja ! and did I mension the gates,which were all opened and closed



The bridge over the Berg River



Now we were hungry for that Piketberg Mountain road.

The WD kept a steady pace  so there was very little waiting.

On to Goedverwagt and up the mountain , all went well and we stopped under some Bluegums near the summit for a breather. We just pulled away and about 500 m on , I came round  a corner and narrowly missed a cow in the road.
After which we  proceeded to the top, wow ! what a view looking down  into the valley.They say you can see Tablemountain on a clear day.

The view where that the younger folk thought they could see Table Mountain(Proberbly the camera`s eye sight too !)



We made our way down a very steep road to the Piketberg Spur and had a late lunch.

The view of the Cederberg far away in the distance.





When we got there E-Maxx and Camelman had to head back home.

The rest of us had lunch , refueled and looped back on the 2 spoor road to re-do the last strech of our ride back to Koringberg.
The last time I went down this piece of road was about 2 months ago. And I was just picking up a good pace when  " Hello " where did this sinkhole come from ?
I leaned back , kept the throttle open and flew over that hole , my front wheel missed it and my back wheel didnt.My rear wheel bottomed out and went straight through the plastic under my seat, my rear break calliper made a massive dent in my rh Akropovik. But miraculously , I never fell off the bike.
I had to take all my tools out from under the seat and carry them in my ruck sack.

We followed the road through Koringberg ,back onto the tar and turned Left at Moorreessberg to travel at highspeed on a gravel road  to Malmsbury.

Here we bid farewell to each other and made our way home.
Thanks all for making this  yet another great ride..
Baie moeg nou !
Will do the pic thing in the Morning.

(Some of these pics were from the reccie)
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Re: Alternative Ride 2nd March
« Reply #1 on: March 03, 2008, 06:31:46 am »
Sounds like you had a great ride ! sorry to hear the bike got "eina" So "GG" getting faster I think she will be going like a Boeing for the Desert run dont think even Bradley will catch her  ;D ;D  a great report ;D.
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Re: Alternative Ride 2nd March
« Reply #2 on: March 03, 2008, 07:55:22 am »
Thanks Andy for yet another great ride. For those of you that could not make it, all I can say is that you really missed out. There was a bit of everything from twin track to steep rocky climbs to a bit of soft sand in places. I think that Go Girl has possibly got over her fear of sand because she handled it like a champ. Not easy on a KTM 950 when you you are only 50 kg's ;D . As for Andy hitting the sink hole, I was right behind him and I have no idea how he stayed on. His back wheel jumped about 6 foot off the ground and he looked like a pro doing a stoppy. anyone that has not been up that mountain pass (I think it is called Goedverwagt, Andy correct me if I'm wrong) needs to put it on their list of things to do. The views from the top are unbelievable and for those of us that are a little younger that Andy and have good eye sight, we could actually see Table mountain.
Next time,we will bring binoculers for the older folk ;D ;D
All in all, one of the best rides that I have done. Thanks to all that joined, I met some great people and look forward to riding with you all again soon
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Re: Alternative Ride 2nd March
« Reply #3 on: March 03, 2008, 08:21:58 am »
Like XT wrote: We met at the loacal Wilddog garage.



Then hit some tar towards theWindmills.(Eskom's wind turbines, which never turns!)



Onto the gravel where the okes at the back, like me and Giraffe at lots of dust!  ;D Passed two riders on the side of the road wich were unfortunetely then covered in dust as we past! Sorry!  :-\

Following the railway service path, we arrived at checkpoint #1. All were happy, smiling and safe!

Spy arriving at checkpoint #1:


Followed by Sprocketbek:


GoGirl,XXX,and Giraffe:


The sweepers: Tok-tokkie and XT660R:


After some hard riding,scary moments and huge grins, we arrived at checkpiont #2, 20km from Darling. E-Maxx had lost his light cover, I had almost lost a couple of front teeth, (After hitting a ma-se ditch at 114km/h) and Giraffe had almost follen his g@t off!  ;D


At checkpoint #3 we stooped for a thorn-break, ie: try and remove the thorns that mightfind their wa through your front tyre/tube!


Giraffe pulled a big-ass thorn out of his tyre, heard "pssssssssssssssss......."  and promptly put it back! ;D


We continued with our ride, and a stern warning from XT660R to keep to the right in the path to follow, which caused everybody to ride neatly, like duck-in-a-row behind each other to the right.


On arrival at the snack spot, I heard that XXX had ignored that advice, and chritined his week old KTM950 with 911km on the clock!  ;D (He was so quick to pick up the bike, no pics could be taken of this holy event!  ;))


Snack-time over we continued on the XT660R tour! Some pics of the riders:
XXX


Tok-tokkie


Go Girl


And then the first flat tyre of the trip! Spy, who spied a flat  ;D, and we had a quick break with him and XT660R sorting out the tyre with the help of Tok-tokkies running workshop, and all of our advice! In picture is Sprocketbek, Tok-tokkie and Go Girl (bit camera-shy)  ;D


A quick bash through the 10 ft reeds brought us to the tar road and on to Moreesburg.
Sprocketbek:


XT660R


GO GIRL


XXX


On to the 2nd wildest part of the trip. I almost had a mother of a wipe-out and had the fortune to see XXX ride on his front wheel a couple of times! Here's Giraffe traversing a ditch bear the end.


A quick beer-break (thanks XXX)



, and off we went again.

A farmer had decided that he had to lock the gate, for some reason, (maybe his cattle likes walking), and we had to cross on the railway lines.






Up the mountain behind Piketberg, and a quick break. Wat a awesome road this is. Rocks, sand, water, mud and lots of adrelanin!


Go Girl down the mountain:


XXX:


Down the pass, and into town for a re-fill and lunch. E-Maxx and I had to get home (I needed sleep after to many Tequila  ;D) and was home before the group recieved their burgers at Piketburg Spur!  ;D

Thanks for the ride XT660R, you mad a huge effort to plan this route and show us all. Thanks as well to all my fellow riders, you were a great group to ride with. Will ride with you anyday!






 

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Re: Alternative Ride 2nd March
« Reply #4 on: March 03, 2008, 10:10:04 am »
Nice RR guys... And great pics. I was on this trail last week and can whole heartedly agree... One of the best tracks to date.  ;D  ;D  ;D
Go Girl... I think one day we'll check ya ride the Paris/Dakar  >:D

Glad to hear everyone returned no worst for wear... Just some added thorns and a few scare-induced gray hairs  ;)  ::)  ;D
 

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Re: Alternative Ride 2nd March
« Reply #5 on: March 03, 2008, 04:25:21 pm »
Come on Sprocketbek , where is those prize winning photo`s ?
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Re: Alternative Ride 2nd March
« Reply #6 on: March 03, 2008, 05:51:22 pm »
Thanks for the great ride, when's the next!?! :blob10:

Supprisingly (considering the speed we were doing and an unknown route) I had only one near fall after braking and sliding into a turn, the front decided to let go and gripped on the over grown vegitation and saved my ass!! Whoohoo and back on the gas!
I had to re-inflate the front tyre we fixed after you all left at Malmesbury. but it lasted till home. I battled the wind along the N7, trying to keep up, but 120kph was all the 250 could manage!
Oh! any one find my rear indicator ... it broke off ... some where  :D

I left home at 7am and got home at 7pm dirty, dusty and no blood. Chucked all my kit into the washing machine before the wife came home and made as if nothing happend!!  ;D

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Re: Alternative Ride 2nd March
« Reply #7 on: March 03, 2008, 06:23:42 pm »
Many thanks for organizing that trip XT.  I really enjoyed it.  Go Girl set a nice pace behind the leading pack which suited me much better except after Moorreesburg she was really kapping it uit on the  sand covered road to Malmsbury.  My gps has a max of 105 on that leg; give it gas & the bike was fishtailing nicely on that loose surface.  I have gone much faster on hard pack but that is the fastest sustained speed I have ever run on a long loose leg like that.  Whoo hoo.

Andy pointed out my back tyre was pretty flat in Malmsbury & it was.  Pumped it up & chased home but the back was pretty squirrely when I got to Town & it was dead flat in the morning.

I have looked up Goedverwact in Hans Fransen ‚??Old Towns and Villages of the Cape‚?? Jonathan Ball Publishers 2006

‚??The mission stations discussed thus far were founded when slavery still existed, though it was clearly on its way out and the acquisition of new slaves had long been outlawed. Their full emancipation in 1838 did bring a large number of former slaves to the existing stations, turning, for instance, Genadendal into one of the largest population centres in the Cape. Goedverwacht, also called De Goede Verwachting, in the Rietkloof not far from Piquetberg, was established in direct response to this new need for accommodation among those freed slaves who did not want to remain in the employ of their former owners. Missionaries from Mamre in 1845 founded the new settlement on the farm Burgershoek bequeathed by Hendrik Schalk Burger to his six former slaves.

Because of uncertainty about the property rights of its inhabitants, Goedverwacht was slow to develop into a properly established mission station. It only achieved formal status in 1889, and the nearby mission of Witte Water was meanwhile set up in 1859 to provide more secure accommodation. By that time, Goedverwacht itself did not count much more than two hundred inhabitants. It was these circumstances that contributed to the informality of its layout. By 1889 it had grown into a substantial settlement, laid out contour-fashion around a roughly triangular patchwork of garden allotments. A plan of c.1890 shows a Gartenplan in which the valley bottom is divided into two grids of allotments in checkerboard fashion, all about thirty by sixty metres in size. This rational but unusual land division most probably replaced an earlier, more informal garden layout in which, as elsewhere, the villagers had their private land, in narrow strips, opposite their dwellings along the contour paths. Goedverwacht has a relatively orderly, even prosperous quality about it, but as a result now retains very few of its original, traditional dwellings.

The mission werf was developed only after the formal establishment of the station. Unlike at earlier stations it is not a separate 'village', but takes its place along the contour path. It consists of a parsonage, erected in 1891, a substantial 'villa' entirely in the taste of the day with projecting bargeboard-gabled sections at either end, and near it, also terraced high up the slope with a high retaining wall, the 1896 stone church. Both buildings were the work of the architect Ernst Seeliger, the church somewhat simplified from his first design which included a steeple. Just below the road is the old mill building, with machinery imported from Germany. The school had been there from an early stage. The result of this unusual situation is that there is also no mission 'square' for the villagers to assemble in. Why were the werf buildings placed in such an awkward position? Were they placed on the site of the original homestead? Was it to waste no available inch of arable land? Or was it to provide an elevated setting overlooking the village (rare in our mission villages)?‚?Ě

My wife tells me that the tar road only goes as far as the mayor‚??s house.
 

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Re: Alternative Ride 2nd March
« Reply #8 on: March 03, 2008, 06:30:23 pm »
Thanks for the info tok-tokkie. Even after passing through there for the second time in 7 days, I could never remember the name. ;D
 

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Re: Alternative Ride 2nd March
« Reply #9 on: March 03, 2008, 08:48:12 pm »
Thanks Tok Tokkie .Is funny I hated history at school,but have a fasination for it now,So here are some pics for your story.
The Church


Sorry about the KTM in the pic,you cant take Wayneh any where

The old mill is directly across the road from the church.



And this must be the school.



This old wagon trailer is at the end of the road on the eastern side of the river, and according to Gavin Bradley`s dad Brian,(of Bradley`s classics) the wheels on the trailer  date back to the 1940`s



If you want to go back sometime to have a closer look at the buildings, please drop me a pm.I`d like to ride with you there.
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Re: Alternative Ride 2nd March
« Reply #10 on: March 03, 2008, 08:55:50 pm »
Thanks for the history, Tok-Tokkie. Good to know a little about where we have been.
Hey Nic, why are you hanging onto those photo's. We know that you have them and you can't hide ;D You have set a very high standard after the Atlantis ride!!
 

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Re: Alternative Ride 2nd March
« Reply #11 on: March 03, 2008, 08:58:12 pm »
These pics were taken when Wayne and I reccied the ride on the date on the photo`s

The valley near the end of the eastern road, by the way ! the sand was hectic to get here and on the way back , I nearly " Bought a farm"if you get my drift.



We stopped to check the map,because we couldnt find the road up the mountain




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Re: Alternative Ride 2nd March
« Reply #12 on: March 03, 2008, 09:16:06 pm »
XT As usual a super well arranged ride ;D ;D .....and are you sure you managed to get 'all your tools' out  ;D XT as usual your report is so absolutely refelective of the ride ;D ;D

It was really GRT meeting Giraffe and Spy  :)Giraffe tks for the compliment re the weight ...mm you can add 10 kgs to that... :D

Tok Tokkie thanks for being my sweep and looking after me :Dand for the report on the mission station :)

Camelman you are always just so cool saying Go for it :D

Sprocketbeck always ready for the photo shoot :D

From my side thankyou all you guys were really motoring.....I had no choice but to keep up otherwise how do I find my way back home ;D ;D ;D and BTW Giraffe i must still go and put in some practice before I do the Desert Run....I only have one weekend....  :o :o :o

That mountain up Piketberg, Giraffe I must agree to those of you who can do it put it on your must do list, it  is a must do!!!! ......altho i think going up there in winter that could seeeriously be another ball game. ::) ::) it was challenging me...Bru Camelman what say you  ;D ;D

To those of who missed out .......it was an AWSUM ride ;D ;D ;D

XXX on the 990 has just acquired his Katoom and will more than likely get onto the forum :)

Thank you all for a SUPA day and yep I must agree with XT this GO GIRL was moeg on Sunday evening ;D but it was a real cool  8) satisfying feeling 8)

BTW you guys sure know how to keep a girl out of 'mischief'' ;D ;D ;D




 

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Re: Alternative Ride 2nd March
« Reply #13 on: March 03, 2008, 09:23:07 pm »
XT and Giraffe I like the avatars!!!!

KeithK and WayneH hey thanks for vote of confidence but dream on I just enjoy riding with you all >:D 8)
 

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Re: Alternative Ride 2nd March
« Reply #14 on: March 03, 2008, 09:30:59 pm »
Spy I was really Moeg I would love to have been a fly on the wall 'as if nothing happened' I m sure your wife must have realised yea rite......;D ;D
 

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Re: Alternative Ride 2nd March
« Reply #15 on: March 03, 2008, 09:59:04 pm »
Awesome ride organized by Andy once again. Was dark already when I got home (after a sundowner with GoGirl & XXX at Doodles, + one more at my local). Was so knackered I sukkelled to get the camera's little flap open to plug the USB in.

No prize-winning pics today, think the other guy's took much better ones (including Camelman with his cellphone. I got quite a skrik when this oke shoved a cellphone at me as I came out of the reeds!)

Andy explaining how wide the track would be:


When this lot pitch up you now there's bound to be some serious riding:


Holding a tele lens still after blasting along those tracks ain't so easy. Was shaking a bit and it wasn't from Saturday night's Bash.


Andy crossing the tracks. Wish I counted how many times we did that. Some of them were bit tricky.




GG & tok-tokkie



Mamreweg siding


Remember that thread about illegal number plates? (Promice you officer, my boerboel puppy chewed it last night)




Gister Brad Pitt, vandag spierwit. Camelman sweating out the Tequila.


Tok-tokkie's amazing mobile workshop being put to use


WD's hitting suburban Moorreesburg


Andy passing through the orchards. There were also vineyards and I'm sure I smelled hops too. Or did I just burp in my helmet?


If I knew the track ahead it would have been lekka to sneak ahead to take pic's but then again it's so nice to chase each other.....
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Re: Alternative Ride 2nd March
« Reply #16 on: March 03, 2008, 10:23:15 pm »
Oh ja ! and did I mension the gates,which were all opened and closed




XT660R, Wasn't this the b@#%dy gate that someone padlocked after our reccon ride? The one everyone had to detour over the tracks in order to get by?  ;D

 

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Re: Alternative Ride 2nd March
« Reply #17 on: March 03, 2008, 10:28:55 pm »
Jip ,I cut the chain on this gate and added two mached pad locks , so we dont have to do hair raizing railway line crossings.
But they also padlocked the gate on that nice piece of road from Moorreessberg to the N7
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Re: Alternative Ride 2nd March
« Reply #18 on: March 04, 2008, 06:25:37 am »
After reading this thread again I get soo upset that I was unable to ride on Sunday now it looks as though I will have to wait for the next one again. Great report and a super bunch of WD's.  :(
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Re: Alternative Ride 2nd March
« Reply #19 on: March 04, 2008, 08:36:02 am »
Dont worry Keith, the next ride plan is on the table.Will be making up a small team to come with to reccie the ride.
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