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Old 06-03-2016, 08:16 PM   #1
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Ask a Bicycle Question - Part 5

Not expert but have been cycling for the past 24 years. (from BMX, MTB to Roadbike) More or less , can maintain own bike and choose poison.

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actually not really, cos they use mandai to go to woodlands waterfront. so via mandai is tougher and longer.
You completed your 168km in what timing?

The 98km route is like 109km. Kanna scammed. :(

I'm one of the first few of 98km to reach back. The last stretch my legs almost giving up. How you all tahan the 168km sia.
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You completed your 168km in what timing?

The 98km route is like 109km. Kanna scammed.

I'm one of the first few of 98km to reach back. The last stretch my legs almost giving up. How you all tahan the 168km sia.
I came back to the finish point at about 4. was with my foldie friends who were really struggling. really respect those who try use foldie to complete 168.

yea, the actual distance is longer. 168 is also 170+km. I rode there and back from my house, total about 220km. the fabric saddle helped my butt throughout, no butt pain at all.
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@ Lemongonggong maybe try ride already more comfortable?
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I came back to the finish point at about 4. was with my foldie friends who were really struggling. really respect those who try use foldie to complete 168.

yea, the actual distance is longer. 168 is also 170+km. I rode there and back from my house, total about 220km. the fabric saddle helped my butt throughout, no butt pain at all.
220km??

Time to cycle to Melaka !!!
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