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MAMIL gone mad

Don't worry, there won't be another Mamil picture in this post. Yesterday I went on a nice joy ride with a group of outdoor enthusiasts.
Thanks to the planning efforts of T.S. Chua we navigated 100km of Singapore's Park Connector Network and a few connecting roads. Including getting from and too the meeting point that was 120km for me, the longest bike ride I ever done in a single day (so much for can't teach an old dog a new trick).
100 KM Ride
I found the company a rather pleasant and cheerful lot and I'm looking forward to the big round.
P.S.: I didn't get the Montague X70, but the Paratrooper pro from the friendly folks (all bikers themselves) at Mighty Velo. Next stop: Ride home from the office.


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