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    Thanks to everyone

    A big thank you to all who made the weekend what it was.

    Many thanks to the ride leaders both on and off road, two of which who stepped in to cover the road ride after I was unable to take the lead

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    ...and geet-big thank you right back.... to everyone involved in making a splendid weekend.

    PUI since 2004


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    Echoed.....................thanks to Paul for setting it up and Timpo for the offroad ride.................although it ended prematurely for me, through injury

    Nice to see everyone again and meet some peeps
    JohnnyBoxer



    So many roads...........So little time......

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    Only jokin hope yir ok

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    Big thanks from me and justStan

    Great to meet old faces and lots of new ones.

    First time i have known a band have to be virtually dragged on for an encore
    My other bike is ........... in pieces

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    Again more thanks to everyone involved in making Llangollen an excellent event. Special thanks to Tina & the other trail hands on the easy offroad rideout. Had a great time, thanks to Forry for pushing me to go down that one slope I didn't like the look of, glad I did it now & feel a load better with the bike offroad now.

    Good bunch of lads up the campsite as well, we made the best of the weather really, hope you all got back ok despite that massive deluge this morning.

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    I got home about 40 minutes ago, tremendous weekend, always great meeting tossers old and new, thanks for all of the laughs.....not long till the next one now.....onyack
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    Great weekend, band were great, much better than the one that played at Shropshire !!


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    Thanks from me ...

    ... but somehow we managed (yet again) to avoid any of those pesky ride-outs and have a very relaxing weekend

    See you at the hoggie
    Paul

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    Just got home – totally soaked Thanks all for a great weekend, thoroughly enjoyed myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrAlf View Post
    Just got home – totally soaked Thanks all for a great weekend, thoroughly enjoyed myself


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    Great weekend

    Totally chilled out.

    Thanks to everyone for makeing a great weekend.

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    many thanks to all those involved
    cracking w/end
    just got back and i am drenched, it pished it down all the way home
    a rudder would of been most useful
    Perfekt ist nicht gut genug.

    UKGSER-A place where I've wasted so much time, learned so much, laughed a lot and cried a few times.

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    Thanx very much from me too..had a great weekend catching up with old friends and making new ones.......just got home a hour ago...I think it peed it down for the whole journey except about half a hour of it.....

    ....which is exactly why I took the car!!....

    to you lot who rode...even if you are all as mad as a bucket of frogs....
    I'd rather be scared to death than bored to death.....

    Enjoy everything...regret nothing......

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    Thanks all for a great weekend, my first UKGSER weekend, thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it, great to put some faces to the names on the site, and a great big thankyou as already said to everyone who organised the weekend and the ride outs ,especially TIMPO who led the ride i participated in, jonny hope your leg has gone down a bit, Lorde hope you got home without getting another puncture and respect for where you managed to take your Dakar, great weekend cant wait to do it again.

    ferret

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaq View Post

    ....which is exactly why I took the car!!....
    opens up a hole new world of ukgser meets
    mummy mummy is dad dead?
    no son hes out riding that bloody bike

    whats that you say?
    I've no idea as I've been out riding my bike..

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