I ordered some Ritchey Biomax Pro handlebars last week and they just arrived today! They won't be seeing any use for a while as I intend on putting them on my Donhou expedition frame which I recently had made. It's still in the UK at the moment, although it should arrive pretty soon.
245g (I don't really care about weight, I'm in no rush)
Here are a bunch of photos from Malaysia. I'll stick some captions up soon. In the meantime, I'm going to celebrate Seollal down the pub!
There are monkeys everywhere you look at Batu caves.
This ticks every box. That's my kind of deity.
Need I say anything about this photo? No.
This is what you think it is. Right in the middle of downtown Kuala Lumpur
I'm huffing [glue] in the rain, just huffing [glue] in the rain, what a glorious feeling...
This is the coolest butterfly I've ever seen. I think it was an Indian Leaf butterfly. The other sides of its wings were a beautiful blue.
Kickapoo joy juice. I got a kick out of it.
Rain, rain, rain.
My frog dish. Tasty, but a pain to eat.
This is the swimming pool at my sister's apartment. The water was nice and cold. So refreshing on a hot KL day.
POUT! Go Greg!
Domo caused my camera to break. Waaaaaaaah!
Strange toilet top configuration in Bangsar station, meaning you can't actually use the toilet properly.
The strangest name for a lantern shop.
1 for 2? What that actually means is 3 for the price of 1. Confusing.
Give me some of that sheep placenta.
Below you can see some photos from the 5 star hotel Greg was staying in. He was on a work trip and the hotel was in the middle of strange inner city resort with a water park behind it. Outside the entrance are these sculptures of tigers attacking some deer.
This is what greets you inside. A magical wonderland!
These fish tickled us to death.
We went on a cookery course at LaZat. It was loads of fun. Now I cook sambal all the time.
Meccam that way!
Greg and I hired some dreadful bikes and cycled around Pangkor Island. It's a small island, but it has some really steep hills.
A hornbill enjoys a Nasi Lemak on the back of this abandoned car.
Steep, steep, streep!
The gears on this bike were appalling.
My first live snake in the wild, albeit a tiny one. I'd only ever seen dead snakes before this. We saw a huge roadkill snake on the way to the ferry. It looked like a huge python.