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Thread: Photo's from Tina's Easy offroad group?

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    Photo's from Tina's Easy offroad group?

    Didn't manage to take many photo's from the day, camera got a bit moist & stopped working right. Anyone got any pics to help remember one of the best little rideouts I've done on the BMW.

    Here's some that came out ok when the lens wasn't fogged over.







    Once again I would like to thank all the people involved in organising such a fun day. Good pace even with an extra break due to a KTM being stubbon & not wanting to carry on for a while. Great bunch of folks as well & had a right laugh in between moments of slight fear (only due to 1st time out proper with 1150GSA).

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    Here are a few that I took.






    Great day was had by all, nice to meet all of you and thanks to Tina and Forry for an enjoyable day.

    I've started to notice that the only time I fall off my bike, Forry is always close by! Has this happened to anyone else?

    Cheers, Ian

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    Novice riders

    Hiya cav,

    Just to help you remember how the ride went and how easy it was for you. A few piccys of the earlier part of the run with the first downwards section. Which I found particularly non easy due to lack of rear braking action.

    Big thumbs up for our aussie mate doing the run with an aniki on the rear of his GSA.

    You were still in your pit when I left this morning hope all is OK in sunny Cove.
    cheers

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    novice pictures part II

    More pictures of our first descent
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    naovice photos

    My third ans last instalment.

    Great day
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    Nice pics Ian & Clive, actually looks rougher than I remember on that downhill.

    Sorry I missed you leaving today Clive, I was having a little lie in. Must of just missed you (maybe) as I heard a few bikes leave as I got up. Then it lashed it down with rain till about 11:20. I left at 11:45 & had sunshine & dryness all the way home.


    Oh & this pic.......


    .Almost captures how fast he went down there. Fair play to keep that upright.

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    cracking photos guys, enjoyed that.....
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    I think I'd baulk a bit at going downhill on that rocky stretch.
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    Some of that rocky lane looks less than easy for the bigger bikes

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    The First Hill

    I found the the high first gear on the GS coupled with the Chocolate fireguard of a rear brake combined to ensure I was out of control most of the time.

    Nothing like the DRZ
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    Quote Originally Posted by strobingred View Post
    I found the the high first gear on the GS coupled with the Chocolate fireguard of a rear brake combined to ensure I was out of control most of the time.
    I made sure you were not behind me most of the time....

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    Quote Originally Posted by strobingred View Post
    I found the the high first gear on the GS coupled with the Chocolate fireguard of a rear brake combined to ensure I was out of control most of the time.

    Nothing like the DRZ
    that's the best way to ride them
    Impecunious bourgeois proletariat

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    Heres mine.........first lane, piggeries







    The Ford crossing









    two up and in style






    Possu nicking Gills bike!

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    I missed sarahteach crossing but she did it in usual style and bacon didnt even get wet!


    Telegragh Lane





    OOOOOOwwww


    gone








    Wibbo going to quick for me camera.....bouncy, bouncy






    Possu nicking Gills bike again





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    Dennise enjoying and looking great


    The best bike in the world


    Clwydian Way












    He's so cool


    Moel Farmau....everyones favourite










    Thank you to everyone that took part in this ride, it was great fun and great company. It was brilliant to see most enjoy themselves doing something different with their bikes......spot on day

    Thank you to Forry and Possu who where always at hand giving advice, lift ups and fixing bikes (even when the bikes didnt need it...thats dedication Possu)

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