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    1.Karnevil
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    Quote Originally Posted by karnevil View Post
    OK just so we know what is happening with this event can we have a show of names as to who is comming.
    I know things are getting very bad for some people,myself included,.
    Please add names to the list.
    1.Karnevil
    KMD, Still up for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HullTraily View Post
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    4. HullTraily, all systems go!
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    4. HullTraily, all systems go![/QUOTE]
    5. Mrs & Mrs Pugs

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    Hi folks,

    I'd quite like to make this, if that's OK. Would be good to meet some of the folks from here.
    I'm due offshore around that time so may only be able to make the rideout and will probably miss out on the imbibing decent ale/telling tall tales in the pub later
    Hope to see you then.

    Chris

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    Should be fine, though I suspect I'll need some TKC's first! Do we know that the Saturday stuff is still suitable for GS's?

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    6. Eddie990 (if on dry land)[/QUOTE]
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    I'm in! Will my semi off road tyres be ok?

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    Do we know that the Saturday stuff is still suitable for GS's?
    I hope so!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy_E View Post
    Should be fine, though I suspect I'll need some TKC's first! Do we know that the Saturday stuff is still suitable for GS's?

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    3. KMD
    4. HullTraily, all systems go!
    5. Mrs & Mrs Pugs
    6. Eddie990 (if on dry land)[/QUOTE]
    7. Andy_E[/QUOTE]
    8. Sniffy (just saturday)

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    4. HullTraily, all systems go!

    5. Mrs & Mrs Pugs
    6. Eddie990 (if on dry land)[/quote]
    7. Andy_E[/quote]
    8. Sniffy (just saturday)
    9. Craig

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    Great a few still comming then
    I am really looking forward to it,with the year I have had so far I could just about hang myself.
    Now what about a meal and chin wag on the Saturday evening?Who is staying where?So we can arrange summat?

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    I think I will meet you guys there in the morning and be heading off home back to Leeds afterwards because I have a lot to do. We'll see. Is it a case of meeting somewhere in Levisham on the Saturday morning?

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    Horseshoe at Levisham might be a place to eat, depending where people are staying?

    Alternatively Fox & Rabbit on the Pickering / Whitby road is another possibility.

    Not sure of the quality of either spot as it's been a while since I've been to either. Also ignore my earlier comment about camping at the pub in Levisham as I went by the other day and the field that used to be used for camping now seems to be the pub car park.

    To craigs - not sure where we're meeting, hopefully Karnevil will be along to let us know sometime soon.

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    Is this open to any type of bike? A mate might want to come he has a ktm 400exc?

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    I'll be heading back after dinner so I'm not too fussed about where we eat, but I have eaten at the Fox & Rabbit and it was pretty good if memory serves, was a while back though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sniffy View Post
    Is this open to any type of bike? A mate might want to come he has a ktm 400exc?

    Yes anything can come,a long as I have someone to guide us,just waiting to hear from Bill as to where he thinks is bet to meet.

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