Nibong Tebal MTB Adventure Review

02 August, 2010

Nibong Tebal MTB Adventure 2010
Venue: Kolej Kejuruteraan, Universiti Sains Malaysia Trans Krian, Nibong Tebal, Pulau Pinang.

Gerek Baru star rating on scale of 1-5

Venue: 4 stars easily accessible, full facility eventhough parking spaces a bit cramp

Preparation: 5 star well organized, goodies collection smooth. Trek well marked. Marshal were stationed at risk area. Ambulance was waiting at strategic point.
Water station at strategic point, enough water, suntonic drink and banana for riders. Very good quality jersey (5 stars)

Trek: 5 stars even though can be considered very extreme especially on downhill, very enjoyable with ridable trail with good mixtures of climbing and downhill. 42 KM trek is just nice considering a long climbing the riders has to endure. The downhill parts not only require skills but also patience and far sighted. Those who fell off knows what I am talking about.

Overall: 6 stars Gerek Gunung people had proved again their high reputation in handling this event which had already graduated to standard 2. I am also touched with the great support from the local folks, eagerly waiting at the roadside and in front of their house cheering up the riders..some even gave out rambutans to the riders. 1600++ registered participants is a new record.

Cikgu Jaswady dok study trek profile

Senu bersemangat untuk kayuh no bawah 120 (Photo Adiharriman)

Pudin dan Rizal Arbi masing masing bawah 200

Yeh Pallas no 87(Photo Adiharriman)

Ustaz Raja berjaya menamatkan jamboree pertama dengan jayanya

Traffic jam with registered participants of 1700 people

nice view of single track

Water station

at tanjung musang( photo from boo rider)

The end of ride

A day before ride at homestay Taman Pekaka

Trying out new jersey

Photo taken from my camera, FB ustaz Raja and zieman


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