Weather forecast today was "few showers" but it was bloody warm with the sun shining brightly, blue skies with bunch of clouds hovering, a bit windy. I left home at ~1pm to partake 250km of this glorious day. My routes were as follows: start and return. I had fun to say the least, but what's with the subject of this post? Well, tackled two new (for me) roads, Kangaroo Ground to Kinglake via St. Andrews and Toolangi Chum Creek Road on my way back. I collected mix feelings when I was riding towards Kinglake as the road is sort of a pure definition of twisted evil :twisted:. The twisties are good but hell they are not wide at all and to make things worst there are no road shoulders. There were left turns that I had my head hanging along the cliff edge while negotiating the bend and avoiding to go too wide and end up at the opposing lane. After reaching Kinglake I paused for a while and collected my thoughts - "was taking that road worth it?" I asked myself, half of me was saying yes but the other was saying otherwise. So, I decided to post it here to get some insights from you guys & gals. Cheers.