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Thread: Excellent road ride :)

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    Excellent road ride :)

    Thanks all great to have met you.

    Lovely day out, weather was reasonable apart from a couple of showers but no big deal. Those of you that cribbed out missed a great day!

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    Back in front of the fire after a great day out, thanks to all who came and to Bilko and Pw Cymru for leading it, a good time was had by all I am sure, we had a full catalogue of weather,though probably better than the forecast great to meet you all
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    Fantastic ride alright, pitty about the rain, and the suicide sheep!

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    A nice day out

    Good ride, thanks again to the organiser(s) :

    I had a brake test from a lamb whilst overtaking, aimed for its rear as sheep can't run backwards. OK, I may also have some Welsh genes in my makeup.


    I missed the GS shrub attack, by all accounts it was very impressive and took three tossers to pull it off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slparry View Post
    Those of you that cribbed out missed a great day!

    I dunno..... ....some of us went and rode a steam train, ate rum and raisin ice cream and had a stick of fudge.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by garfield View Post
    I dunno..... ....some of us went and rode a steam train, ate rum and raisin ice cream and had a stick of fudge.....


    Wow.

    Hardcore

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    Was a bloody good day out.

    Thanks to Bilc's for doing the lead and Stewart for tail-end.

    Shaun, good effort mate well done.

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    Glad everyone enjoyed it and there`s no doubt, it`s superb riding country

    Thanks to Stewart for being tail end Charlie and well done Shaun for getting round.
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    Thanks guys for the amazing support, got me through it! cannot wait for the next one! bring it on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullet7 View Post
    Thanks guys for the amazing support, got me through it! cannot wait for the next one! bring it on!

    there's loads more coming up this year too.....get your name down......
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    Big thanks to Chris & Stewart for leading/tailing a great days riding. Nice to meet all the road riders who braved the elements and made it such a fun day out. Looking forward to the next one.....

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    Many thanks to a great Leader Bilks and a patient and forgiving tail end Charlie, Stewart.

    Got to know a few new people and reconnected with some sad old bastardos

    Having seen the stairrod rain driving over to Llanngollyjobby (yes fans, me and the precious 1200 were in a van) I decided I wanted to ride the bike on Saturday not spend all day picking it out of slimy mud and ruts so I signed up for Bilko's road ride. Very glad i did too.

    Pics coming soon. Stay tuned

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    Stewart Chris
    Thanks for a great day's riding I had a blast

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    A couple more pics from the ride, David Bailey has nothing to worry about
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    Another vote of thanks for a brilliant road ride on Saturday. As a local I was pleasantly surprised to be riding through parts I'd never seen before, so well done for the route planning and for a well organised run. A fantastic day out despite the odd light(!!) shower.

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    Have to agree with everyone else, it was an excellent ride. Big thanks to Chris and Stewart. One of the best I've been on.

    Cheers.

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