Just another short trail\road section that is a favorite of mine to ride that is in my backyard. Maybe only a ~mile long but has several different sections that must be maneuvered in completely different ways on the fly. This is dirtbike riding On Any Sunday or in my case, any day of the week. This road is also ~essential to my riding here as it is one of the few non-paved roads connecting the eastern seaboard where I stay to the mountainous areas in central Cebu where many of the last 'fast-trails' (DBL track trails\roads that are gnarled out++) are found. In the decade I've been here, I think this road has been graded 3 times, maybe 4 at the most. The last grading was ~3 yrs ago at least, so it is gnarly++ to the degree that going up and down some of its hills are not easy. Jarvis would disagree but I'm not Graham to say the least. Gonna Pulp Fiction style the pics here with these first pics close to the mid point of the road, just above the gnarlier top of a climb on the lower section of this road. Really a nice looking area here. Nothing says exotic much better than banana plants, There is an inside & outside along most all this road, sometimes a middle line if you want it. Meaning each time you ride here, you can choose a different line. The road is to the right here but you can also ride to the left on that hillside between the banana plants; it's much rougher there than it appears; might have been a field in the past with rows? Little better view of a rut; these are not shallow ones and front wheel will need to lightened or picked up when crossing to ensure it does not wash out. Just to the right of that green area, is another gnarly, straight downhill heading out to the cement. 013 WR250 Husky shown here is used to navigate up&down this beast of a road.