So I have done this before and its not hard but when its muddy its dangerous just like the case today. We set off went up a hill near my house crossed the roundabout then went to the start of the journey. We started by going up a small hill then along a path surrounded by thorns and what not. We arrived at the first downwards hill that went under a bridge that had been heavily graffitied. I cycled some more over a blue bridge and then about 1 mile or 2 straight to the next place. We arrive dat a junction, but before we chose the way we saw a old rusty car that had been set on fire or maybe even blown up.
After that we cycled along a train track then headed to the HILL OF DOOM this hill had 2 sides the big drop of death and the drop of death. Its deadly, I went down the smaller one then once I was confident enough I went down the big drop of death. I started going down it when I realised I was in the wrong gear. I was planning to go down the big hill and io the smaller one that was directly opposite. I got some speed then started going up the other hill and I got like 10 cm from the top then my burn stopped and I was litterally like on the floor trying not to let my bike hit me. It did hit me so then we continued on our journey.
We later crossed a road and entered the SWAMP OF DOOM. This place is really sketchy, you ride on your bike right next to brown water with a massive amount of algae on top. And that’s not it there is sharp wooden planks and probably mutated crocodiles. It’s a sight you dont want to see. I exited that area and went into a newer pleasant place. I thought it would be nice but since I was a bit wet from some rain the large amount of wind it blew at you didnt help from that point on I was freezing. I kept on cycling because I didnt feel like stopping, I went over a crystal blue stream and into the WOODS OF DOOM. It was a big forest with lots of small ponds and was really muddy I wobbled left to right but nothing stops the stupid mud. I reached the end of the muddy part then I realised their wasnt much left. What stood between me and the halfway point was some paths, me and my brother sped down the paths and then I saw a big metal bar and my brother said it’s a limbo bar so what did he do, he tried to go under it. He succeeded, I tried I failed and banged my head on the metal but luckily I had a helmet on and didnt get hurt much.
We finnaly got to the place, had some food and pretended I was a jouster on a horse. Then I did it all again and I almost got hypothermia, I felt frozen. Here are some photos.
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