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Thread: Trail ride detailed: Easiest, medium and medium plus.

  1. #17
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    Can you chuck me down with Spout please? His group is looking a bit small.
    So as below please.

    RO1. Easiest ride.
    RL - Tinatrim.
    TE - Pumpy.
    Sarah Teach.
    Possu.
    Forry.
    Kleine Blumen
    Val. H.



    RO2. Medium ride.
    RL - Spout.
    TE - Gaz.
    The Doctor.
    WorkyTicket (Graham)



    RO3. Medium plus.
    RL - Timpo.
    TE - Robbie C.
    Ferret.
    Graham.
    Johnnyboxer.


    Oh and if no one minds I'll be bringing my bulletcam along as I've yet to successfully film any off road ride (d'oh, blumin technology!!)
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    put us down for spouts group, happy pilgrim and smiler

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    RO1. Easiest ride.
    RL - Tinatrim.
    TE - Pumpy.
    Sarah Teach.
    Possu.
    Forry.
    Kleine Blumen
    Val. H.



    RO2. Medium ride.
    RL - Spout.
    TE - Gaz.
    The Doctor.
    WorkyTicket.
    Happy Pilgrim.
    Slimer.


    RO3. Medium plus.
    RL - Timpo.
    TE - Robbie C.
    Ferret.
    Graham.
    Johnnyboxer.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Timpo View Post
    RO1. Easiest ride.
    RL - Tinatrim.
    TE - Pumpy.
    Sarah Teach.
    Possu.
    Forry.
    Kleine Blumen
    Val. H.
    Ian 6760


    RO2. Medium ride.
    RL - Spout.
    TE - Gaz.
    The Doctor.
    WorkyTicket.
    Happy Pilgrim.
    Slimer.


    RO3. Medium plus.
    RL - Timpo.
    TE - Robbie C.
    Ferret.
    Graham.
    Johnnyboxer.


    I'd like to go on the RO1 if possible, but feel free to bump me to the RO2 if the numbers get too high.

    Cheers, Ian

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    I'll drop in to Spouts 'medium' group please

    Quote Originally Posted by Timpo View Post
    RO1. Easiest ride.
    RL - Tinatrim.
    TE - Pumpy.
    Sarah Teach.
    Possu.
    Forry.
    Kleine Blumen
    Val. H.
    Ian 6760.
    Emmsypoo.
    Strobingred.

    RO2. Medium ride.
    RL - Spout.
    TE - Gaz.
    The Doctor.
    WorkyTicket.
    Happy Pilgrim.
    Slimer.
    Rushy

    RO3. Medium plus.
    RL - Timpo.
    TE - Robbie C.
    Ferret.
    Graham.
    Johnnyboxer.


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    Easiest ride for me please because I know Forry can pull me out of trouble
    We should learn from the weather. It pays no attention to criticism. [/I]

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    think i have every thing sorted now. can you put me in timbos group please

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    Easiest group for me please - Wayfarer's wrist still sore!
    Chris

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    Ok folks, it's coming together nicely...... anymore for anymore?

    Timpo.

    OK Pumpy, your wish is my command!

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    I have not decided which bike I will be bringing yet but if it is the X-Challenge then I will go in the middle group, if it is the 1200 I will probably go on a road ride.

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    I,m down for camping,can ya stick me back on ya ride timpo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidJames View Post
    I have not decided which bike I will be bringing yet but if it is the X-Challenge then I will go in the middle group, if it is the 1200 I will probably go on a road ride.
    Bring the XC..... your in!

    Timpo.

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    Medium Plus? Does that really mean hard?
    Go on then, I will give it a go

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timpo View Post
    Bring the XC..... your in!

    Timpo.
    Yes Boss!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lordie View Post
    Medium Plus? Does that really mean hard?
    Go on then, I will give it a go

    What bike will you be on?
    How much off-roading have you done before?


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    Quote Originally Posted by lordie View Post
    Medium Plus? Does that really mean hard?
    Go on then, I will give it a go
    Quote Originally Posted by Gaz View Post
    What bike will you be on?
    How much off-roading have you done before?

    I have given a brief description on Post #1.
    Doable with some experience, possible damage if a spillage occurs, inclines and declines, one or two fords of depth, mud sections and ruts.
    I can help you through if you want to challenge yourself, and nobody will be left behind.

    Timpo.

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