Kayuhan Terang Malam Kulim Review

02 May, 2010

Overall the organizer had done a very good job. There were enough signage and lots of LED light to guide you in the jungle. Also a very friendly crews to warn you of any obstacles. The refill water stations also were put at a strategic location. Nothing more to ask.

The trail especially a long climbimg in the oilpalm plantation was a bit sticky and muddy especially in this rainy season. Most riders unable to ride in this condition and prefer to push their bike. The downhill part also very dangerous and again not many riders wanted to take the risk and called it "Kayuhan Tolak Malam". If the condition was dry and nonsticky, the long climbing and downhil part will be the most thrill and challenging. Other than this part, all ridable. I think the best part of the trail was a downhill in between the rubber trees with the guidance of LED lights with several drops crossing the roots.

Well done to the organizer

Photo by Tandope.com

Alias D'Pallas Bikeshop-Photo by Adiharriman.com

At Besi- photo by Adiharriman.com

Thank to Adiharriman.com for the photo

Photo by Tandope.com


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