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First time riding to Mui Wo via Tung Chung Road. It was a steep hill to climb, which the grade increases from 8% gradually to nearly 14%, all happen in 3.5 km segment. Not easy for me.
After the Tung Chung Road descend, we headed to Mui Wo on South Lantau Road. You definitely want to drop 5-10 psi of tire pressure. The concrete surfaced road was rough. With 1 small climb we arrived at Mui Wo.
It was hot at 32C, and I had to refill my bottles. My friend certified his cleats dead and got a new pair at Friendly Bicycle. Nice guys there.
We carried on at noon and climbed to the Big Buddha. It was another hard climb that I almost gave up. Maybe I need C24, and definitely more training…
The descend to Tai O was exciting. Many S-bends with generally good tarmacs. They made me want to rise again just to enjoy the curves.
We decided not to challenge the return climbs and call it a day. They were too much for us. I want to ride again soon!
Kevlar cord to replace spoke, what a great idea! It is light and small enough to be easily stored in your toolkit, fix any spoke length, and it saves your ride home.
Check this out at http://www.fiberfixspoke.com/
Quite satisfied with my ride today. My Alize is great. Rises with punches, and descends with confidence. The Continental Attack / Force combo are very comfortable at 95 / 100 psi tire pressure (yes, I’m using Vittoria latex tubes, they float!). Hopefully I could do better every ride.