The bog climb

the day objective is to address the bog climb after the 2nd bridge to the yellow space. KeeMeng, Sam, Max and me made up of the 4 person workforce for the day. We tapped on the racing line that Sam feedback on, corrected 4 sections for the bog climb. 1. off camber ride line fix ...

stairway ride

Today we concentrated on the stairway. The slope of the stairway is to be retained and we will need to make it ridable, somehow. The day started by cutting down the bushes on right side of the staircase (left on the picture below), expose the 2ft drop, align the drop off exit by taking some ...

of berm, bridges and granites

the morning is spent having the bridge 3 and 4 secured with cross braces. and having footing and landing made into bridge 3 and 4 area. Granite chips are box in with bakau wood to hold a nice landing for the bridges. With further gradient work done on bridge 4, to smoothen the exit. Bridge ...

the bridges

there’s four drain crossing that will need to be addressed. The cengai wood arrived today, together with load of new bakau wood. Alvin, Nik, Max and Moneru worked on the 4th and 3rd crossing all morning. experimenting with various way to get the 2metres long crossing done up. I get to test it by riding ...

how can we get to the trail exit?

We are stuck. We’ve a nice single track trail going all the way along South B. Vista Road, ending just after a triple junction. With a steep descent, a drain to cross and a small hill to climb with not much place to cut a trail through. With RenHao, Max, Ling, Chi, Alvin and 7 ...

drain-ing day

A sweat draining day and indeed on drainage work the whole day. With the granite chips available, and a full workforce supplying them, tons of granites are being delivered into the trail via wheelbarrow. Max, Nik, KeeMeng, Alvin arrived early to get the remaining Bakau lining ready for the wheelbarrow. With the first ponding in ...

Bakau lining and mallet

A short 1 hour walk and survey. Primary objective is to cut through the Bakau steps, mallet them out for the wheelbarrow to go through the next day.

trail armoring starts now

The granite chips are finally here. With the granites chips being poured on the trailhead in big cubic metres, Max, Nik, Alvin, Chew take the chance to route the trail from ‘yellow space‘ to ‘triple junction‘. I pop by just in time to see the section and ride through the proposed route first hand. Indeed ...

bridge completion

With the roadies’s bridge incomplete, Chew, KeeMeng, Justin and Nik pop by for a full days work to get it completed. Timberman KeeMeng and Knotting Justin get the work done with Chew putting in his bit on sitting and securing the bridge. the completed Roadie’s bridge is one nice piece of work, totally blending into ...

the first bridge

the day started late We are toying with GPS to map the area, ran into technical, ran into battery problem, not your usual double A battery stuff. Justin pop by to help out. We work our way to the first crossing, objective is to build a bridge from existing material around the trail, fallen logs, ...