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A welcome sign of the slow journey to normalcy during the COVID-19 pandemic is people returning to work. Especially when work is in another country.

Nineteen R@SKLs met at Rimbayu to bid farewell to Kieren.

Photograph courtesy of LY

We did a relatively short ride to Jugra for a meal at the no-name Chinese restaurant on Jalan Bukit Jugra.

Map courtesy of RidewithGPS

The drive to Rimbayu was through alternating belts of rain. Rimbayu was dry, but lightning flashed, and thunder rumbled not far away. The drizzle started as we rode through Kampung Seri Cheeding, and persisted to Kampung Sawah.

Soaked socks are not nice.

Photograph courtesy of LY

We have eaten at this restaurant before. The food is reliably good.

Photograph courtesy of LY

There is a temple next door. Giant joss sticks were across the road to celebrate an auspicious day for the temple deity.

No rain but there were a couple of flat tires to deal with on the way back.

Photograph courtesy by MN

We will miss your extended stints at the front of the group. Be safe and well, and we look forward to riding with you again.

Viaggi sicuri.

Photograph courtesy of PHC

About alchemyrider

I left Malaysia in 2008 as a non-cyclist. I am back home now with three road bikes and all the paraphernalia that goes with being addicted to cycling.

2 responses »

  1. Back to Italy? Still waiting for the Dolomite ride, or Barolo – easier.

  2. Pingback: My R@SKLs History Part 8 | Old Roots, New Routes

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