Post by Charlie Barkin on Jun 22, 2008 13:21:53 GMT 8
I woke up around 3:00 am this morning. Because of the brown out in our place. Waited till 4:00 am before electricity come in. Got off my bed around 4:20 am and head for MINISTOP Escolta for breakfast. Leave Chowking San Mateo and got home around 11:00 am
those are some of my fantastic shots on my storm solo flight ride. I got alot of fantastic experience there being blown by wind and being water blast by the rain. going there and back, I got several flood crossings and temperature there is extremely cold. there are fogs all over Timberland. thats why I didn't push thru giant. But don't worry I am still a survivor of this storm.
And I will be back. and conquer Giant again in my part 3 of the maarat solo flight ride. I didn't make it now but I prove to myself that I am a monster. fighting storms and coming back in one piece. ;D ;D ;D
Post by Charlie Barkin on Jun 22, 2008 13:34:17 GMT 8
water blasting and gusty winds. have no match for this monster. I will be back with my success to Giant in Part 3 of my Maarat solo Flight. By the way, I didn't see any flying roof and uprooted trees but falling mangoes that is and slapping leaves.
Post by Charlie Barkin on Jun 22, 2008 16:24:41 GMT 8
going uphill there at the wall is easy but going down is hard due to the strong winds and water blasting rain. it make my norco slide sideways. but the experience is unforgetable. If you go up in this stormy weather a weight winnie bike won't work. you will be just blown away by the wind. the test is proven that my bike is still light weight. but it proves effective in storm attack. the feeling is amazing. my body is like being freeze. I feel no pain, no cramps, not tired and strong. one i reach Ka tobias, the pressure in my body changes. after that once i got down to the columbury my ears started to pop like a pop corn due to the changes of elevated pressure. But I still Out Wit, Out Play, Out Last: Survivor Maarat ;D
Note: weight winnie bikes are good for racing not for storm attack and workout ride.
First time ever to read a review of MT Bike and Fork done at the height of onslaught of Storm Signal #3. This one should land on some pages of MTB Magazine. I was not surprised with bike performance but the rider never failed to stunned me with his way of pushing his ability to the limits. brad - Safety is simple as ABC - Always Be Careful....
waaaaaaaaaaahh What a HALIMAW ;D ;D ;D as last nyt charlie told me rain or shine he would push thru. This morning I saw strong winds and rain I thought he would be at the house only so I call his house, his brother said charlie wasnt around!!!! He PUSH THRU!!!!
What a HALIMAW, floods all over metro manila, strong winds and rains mmmm maybe next time I can hear testride china bike climbing the wall hahaha ;D ;D
The brain is such a fragile organ, do not subject the skull to repeated trauma...
Translates into: Wag gayahin si Charlie (those who are watching this, do not do this ever!)
These stunts are done by professionals, with years of training and experience!)
P.S. Stay away from leaves also... Stay posi !
P.P.S. This Chivas Regal ride is sponsored by Taba! Thank you!
Last Edit: Jun 23, 2008 12:58:46 GMT 8 by gadgets88
It is true that one may become rich through practicing evil, but the power of Truth and Justice is that they endure... and that a man can say of them, "They are a heritage from my father." - from the book DUNE
Holy cow ... I've tried biking at MOA during typhoon signal #2 and I I got blown by the wind backwards and sideways no matter how hard I pedal. It was such a scary experience that I would never try to do it again. I certainly won't try doing Maarat during signal #3!
Bow to the naughty professor. We are not worthy!!!