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Thread: Ignore the fecking weather forecasts and get yer arses on yer bikes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarka View Post
    That`s the general idea with bike events and people wanting to discover new areas courtesy of a willing guide.
    Or not as the case may now be

    Crikey you wouldn't want to organise one of these gigs would you, the threat of rain and rooms are binned left right and centre (I hope BHT doesn't get that in the neck when he tries to book again) and ride leaders flouncing with little chance of a replacement being organised at such short notice

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    my bike will be at home

    i ll be out in my van

    im working so never said id be going

    have a good one how ever you get there

    always remember that you are absolutely unique, just like everyone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stewart H View Post
    I am definitely turning up on my bike



    It is all of five miles
    Stewart

    and there was me foolishly thinking I'd bought an "adventure" bike and that the owners would be rufty tufty all weather types not garage queens

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    Quote Originally Posted by WorkyTicket View Post
    Seriously, its unbelievable how much crap I actually thought I needed.
    "Littlebook of mushrooms"
    "combat survival tin"
    FFS! what was I thinking? it's Wales for a weekend!

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    Will you be using the drop off system Road Captain Tarka?

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    Quote Originally Posted by judge View Post
    the threat of rain and rooms are binned left right and centre


    ride leaders flouncing with little chance of a replacement being organised at such short notice
    and your evidence for this red top scaremongering is???

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    Well I shall be arriving in my trusty Navara with my 525 behind and the loverly Mrs Ming who is in her 29th week of growing Mini Ming inside her
    Friendship is like pissing your pants, everyone can see it, but only you can feel the true warmth!



    Team Cameltoe is still possible

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ming View Post
    Well I shall be arriving in my trusty Navara with my 525 behind and the loverly Mrs Ming who is in her 29th week of growing Mini Ming inside her
    When I first read this I thought it read:

    "Mrs Ming who is in her 29th week of having Mini Ming inside her"

    Congratulations to you both!!!!

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    She ate Mini Ming....

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidJames View Post
    When I first read this I thought it read:

    "Mrs Ming who is in her 29th week of having Mini Ming inside her"

    Congratulations to you both!!!!
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    You all have a great weekend up there and would one of you have a large mug a tea (builders style) for me,at the Ponderosa,I do miss that place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ming View Post
    Well I shall be arriving in my trusty Navara with my 525 behind and the loverly Mrs Ming who is in her 29th week of growing Mini Ming inside her
    Best news this Year The MiniMingThing not the IShallBeArrivingThingMing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ming View Post
    Well I shall be arriving in my trusty Navara with my 525 behind and the loverly Mrs Ming who is in her 29th week of growing Mini Ming inside her
    Would that not be a minglet rather than a mini ming? Or perhaps even a minglette?

    And if I don't make all or part of the weekend then I will pay for my room/meal whatever, it would be the act of a bounding cad to leave BHT in bad odour with the hotel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proff View Post
    Well I'm Bolloxed
    Not going to be able to attend now
    Chap wants his Trike delivered Saturday and being as final; payment is not made until delivery it has to go this weekend...
    OR cashflow [ as in most small businesses these days ] could be a problem...
    A Deauville is on the Bench as I type and 1 more in the "thinking about it" stage, This time last year, 2 on bench and 3 in workshop waiting to be triked ....
    What a difference a year makes

    So you will not be seeing Me or more importantly my BAR at llangollywog

    I've broke the news to Geriatric Germ and he is inconsolable as he's run out of Cider
    Oh no, no Proff We will miss you Proff, was lookin forward to catchin up with you again, a nice wise man
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    Quote Originally Posted by Summer View Post
    Oh no, no Proff - a nice wise man
    Feck me there must be two of them out there
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    Quote Originally Posted by Summer View Post
    Oh no, no Proff We will miss you Proff, was lookin forward to catchin up with you again, a nice wise man
    You must be getting him confused with someone else James Burton perhaps

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