|Hessarghatta ride||Amarnath||2/23/12 7:49 PM|
I am planning to go for a Hessarghatta ride with my friends. We would
like to know if its the right time to do it? And how is the route to
Hessarghatta? Is it doable on a hybrid?
We are starting from south Bangalore side by 5am, so we are expecting
to reach there by 8-9am. Is there decent place to have breakfast and
lunch over there? And we are intending to return by evening. So what
are the possible things we can explore in and around Hessarghatta?
|Re: [BBC] Hessarghatta ride||Shankar Shastry||2/23/12 9:05 PM|
Answered in line
It will be hot during this time of the year, but it will be hot everywhere in and around Bangalore so it doesn't matter.
And how is the route to Hessarghatta? Is it doable on a hybrid?Yes. Definitely doable. The route from Gangamma circle/MS Palya to hesarghatta is awesomely scenic and smooth roads which roadies prefer. Even the trails are pretty tame and hybrids can easily take it.
No. If you are hitting the trails, carry some food with you. You will get lots of iyengar bakeries nearby though. You can of course ride to Yelahanka for good restaurants.
And we are intending to return by evening. So what are the possible things we can explore in and around Hessarghatta?1. Roads to hesarghatta from MS Palya
2. Trails near the lake
3. Roads and trails around the IIHR
4. Roads towards Rajanakunte
5. Trails around Taj Kuteeram (Mostly open fields - Not recommended because of the heat)
|Re: Hessarghatta ride||Pavan||2/23/12 11:12 PM|
Road to Hesaraghatta and around is super...especially if done in the
Start by 5am from south BLR to get to Hesaraghatta by 8am approx.
If your planning to go trailing offroad anywhere around the lake on
into the lake bed...(which btw is awesome on an mtb)
do carry a puncture fixing kit with lots of patchs and spare tubes for
your wheels :)
Only possible place to get food (if in time for lunch), is this resort
on route back to MS Palya
Happy riding :)
|Re: [BBC] Re: Hessarghatta ride||Shankar Shastry||2/23/12 11:30 PM|
Which resort man? What route did you take to MS Palya from the lake?
|Re: Hessarghatta ride||Pavan||2/23/12 11:41 PM|
Don't recall the name of the resort.
On the way back, about 8kms after the bakery at the junction, we
enquired with the locals
and they said there was this resort soon after an institution...where
we got to at about 3pm
and had whatever they could cook up at that time along with beer :)
Check Srinivethan's set of snaps...you will catch us fixing the last
puncture for the day :)
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|Re: [BBC] Re: Hessarghatta ride||Sree||2/23/12 11:43 PM|
There are two places to have food near Hesaraghatta:
One is a small hotel inside Hesaraghatta town just as soon as you
The other is the Poultry Development Organization's canteen, closed on
|Re: [BBC] Re: Hessarghatta ride||Shankar Shastry||2/23/12 11:45 PM|
The small hotel is near a bar yes. Had forgotten about that. Didn't know that public is allowed inside the canteen. Lets ride to hesarghatta on March 10 to check out this canteen :)
|Re: Hessarghatta ride||Pavan||2/24/12 12:02 AM|
Ah...found it on the google map :)
It's The Sambhram Roost and is located after Dodda Byalakere and just
before the Lakshmipura cross
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|Re: Hessarghatta ride||Srinivethan||2/24/12 12:47 AM|
@OP: It is definitely doable on a hybrid :D
But yeah be prepared for punctures
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