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Discussion in 'Asia' started by Bumpy ahead, Jun 2, 2009.
Comparing to the true riders out there, it's just a piece of cake. Many riders have been through worse track than this.
I have nothing to be proud of, not so excessive.
Hohohoo.. I've been planning to go there next month.. probably going to stop by and spend a night at Sawarna..
Very nice report.. Congrats Bumpy..
Great RR bumpy ! hope someday I can manage to get there too !
@Bimo: Yes, you should visit the peninsula. Ride it brother.
@adedj9: Good luck and have nice trip next month. Enjoy the ride. The road to enter Sawarna from Bayah had been reconstructed by local government. That's what I heard from my last visit there in 2008, do you have any contact already? I mean to stay-inn?
dang! i wish i could try em with my new tire at that time..
who need road??im not an asphalt junkies...give me some dirt
dont call it shit mates,i love it..i do
saya suka 14b years and no rihno? that is a worry
i preferee to travel no rain but you have to take the bad o apprecite the good i suppose .
yuukkk .. mareee... hahaha,,
ok saya nabung dulu..
Thanks for the comment Greg. Much appreciated.
The rangers haven't seen any rhino for 14 years but it is difficult to say that the rhinos are already extinct. Rhinos very reluctant to remain in sights of humans. He him self never went to the woods very deep, most of his duty only keeping villagers from looting from the woods.
if u see Pandawa's bike from behind, it really looks like a rhino.. with Pandawa himself as a horn!
Hahaha oldman ...