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    I sold my last GS in September , will I be allowed in on an RT?
    Any of the rides suitable for an RT? ie Not off road or green lanes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beemer View Post
    I sold my last GS in September , will I be allowed in on an RT?
    Any of the rides suitable for an RT? ie Not off road or green lanes?
    Cheers
    Steve
    As well as the off road rides, there's always a good road ride out as well a fording ride out. Not everyone goes offroading & not everyone has to have a GS. Don't even have to be a BMW. Just come down and enjoy the weekend. There's always something for everyone.
    Just having two wheels is enough.

    Don't miss out on what will be another bloody good weekend.
    Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of
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    body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming : "Woo Hoo, what
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    Quote Originally Posted by MOTÖRHEAD View Post
    As well as the off road rides, there's always a good road ride out as well a fording ride out. Not everyone goes offroading & not everyone has to have a GS. Don't even have to be a BMW. Just come down and enjoy the weekend. There's always something for everyone.
    Just having two wheels is enough.

    Don't miss out on what will be another bloody good weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidJames View Post
    +1 - finding that just finished me off.

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    can you put me swmbo down for friday camping

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigfoot MkII View Post
    can you put me swmbo down for friday camping
    Sorry to say but you need to register at www.hograost.com or just turn up on the Friday evening but small saving on registering

    Just makes it easier for us, thankyou

    Bakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
    with pay as you go food on friday night, just in case you wish to eat at a local pub or restaurant.

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    Please remember its PAY AS YOU GO FOOD friday night, WE WILL COOK but a charge will be made, there's loads of LOCAL PUBS and RESTAURANTS, in the area if you wish to taste the ANDOVER FAIR.

    This is being done this year as folks tend to turn up late and miss food they have paid for, causing animosity.

    Bakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOTÖRHEAD View Post
    As well as the off road rides, there's always a good road ride out as well a fording ride out. Not everyone goes offroading & not everyone has to have a GS. Don't even have to be a BMW. Just come down and enjoy the weekend. There's always something for everyone.
    Just having two wheels is enough.

    Don't miss out on what will be another bloody good weekend.
    won't be quite the same without you Ben.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beemer View Post
    Any of the rides suitable for an RT? ie Not off road or green lanes?
    Yup - 6X magical mystery tour will be roads only. I've not got a GS any more. I haven't even got a BMW bike any more! my current bike is strictly roads only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
    Just did a deal with Marquee folks for a smaller marquee half the size Ł350
    Just spoke to the marquee man this was his son http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/7848099.stm

    He would help bang the pegs in



    dissQualifiedly driver

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    So much sadness

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whatton View Post
    So much sadness
    Yes, need to get back into that happy mode

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    Done

    My self and Summer booked in for the 3 days

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    IM IN registered last night
    Dont Bogart that joint my friend, pass it over to me

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    Steve, Are we OK to bring a car and a bike into the camping area? I want to bring the 650 down and it can't carry much luggage so the wife will bring the car with all our gear if that is OK.

    Cheers

    David

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    I did this the last time i was there, and it worked well. Unload the car, then
    have the bike next to the tent. Keep the car in the car park near the clubhouse.

    n.b. that's not the tent in my avatar (cos that one was so small it could have fitted down the front of my jacket the year before !!)
    Last edited by iangough; 21-05-09 at 22:02. Reason: cos i cant type or think right first time...
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