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    Who won and where are the pics?

    Who won Bens trophy and was it a deserved win?

    I went out friday and it was tough to get muddy, I'm assuming that justice was done looking at Wrefords muddying up technique

    Shame the big guy wasn't there in person, but I'm sure he was looking down on the proceedings, and pissin' himself watchin all you lot trying to get as filthy as possible.

    A fitting tribute if ever there was one

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    It was a very close run thing between Sid's KTM and Skygods HP2
    Sid got it by a whisker. 30 minutes after judging [ which was delayed by 30 mins in case they could get back in time]the Wreford lot came back with Horses 1200 GSA that would have made the decision even harder

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    Having seen both Gaz and Sid ride, I'm not suprised that they were in the front runners

    Sounds like a fun competition, shame I wasn't there, I'm pretty good at attracting filth

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    Gaz must've been taking it easy, the exhaust, handlebars and wheels are still attached to the bike

    Nice work guys, I guess Bens parents were proud him and the influence he had on others. They probably had a giggle judging the competition too

    I'll be there next year and that trophy's mine

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    And this is how they did it....

    Here are a few photos from the "Intermediate" rideout lead by Paul, he knows the Plain like the back of his hand!

    Sid was determined the Dirtiest Bike award was going to be his from an early stage:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/majormoto/3694074990/

    It didn't take long for Skygod to join in being the competitive type.....

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/majormoto/3694073356/

    And here's the group surveying the tank graveyard. Didn't realise we had sooo many tank enthusiasts!

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/majormoto/3693266601/

    Fantastic rideout led by Paul, and a brilliant weekend! Thanks to Bakerman and his Dayglo Slaves.
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    "Hardcore" Pics

    Here are a few from Losttheplots brilliant "Hardcore" ride...I'm still gutted that we didn't get back for the judging

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/pinkyti...7620899591221/

    As you can see from the one below before he'd been stuck in the bombhole, Horse1200 would definitely have made the decision harder!
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    I tried my best - Note this was no half measure we did both sides....

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    Sell my bike?
    I would rather stick wasps up my arse !

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkytiff View Post
    .I'm still gutted that we didn't get back for the judging


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    Ben`s Mum and Dad wished me to carry over for extra 30 mins to get you guys into the field of play . Next year, will START to Judge at 4.30 giving that extra 30 mins for a GROUP return not single person return, 5.00pm final.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
    Ben`s Mum and Dad wished me to carry over for extra 30 mins to get you guys into the field of play . Next year, will START to Judge at 4.30 giving that extra 30 mins for a GROUP return not single person return, 5.00pm final.
    Make it later not earlier - We want to enjoy a full days riding


    And ahving watched Horse commit to the task off getting his GSA into a right old state maybe the competition should be for Boxers
    Sell my bike?
    I would rather stick wasps up my arse !

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    Well i dont mind not winning, and not being back in time, but hey we had a absolute riot playing in the mud, well i did anyway. It has taken 2 hours today to clean my beast off, and i know Ben was watching down and would have approved of all the efforts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Horse1200 View Post
    i know Ben was watching down and would have approved of all the efforts.
    Absobloodylutely

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wreford Miles View Post
    Make it later not earlier - We want to enjoy a full days riding


    surething sorry forgot what its like

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    Thats cheating, spraying each other with mud.

    At least my dirty 1200 was 'genuinely mucky' after a steady afternoons riding on the plains.

    Just washed it after work, the driveway is a funny chalky colour now.
    ADAM


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    That was only Wreford cheating i will have you know . MINE WAS COMPLETELY MY OWN DOING . THE REST OF THE GROUP WILL BACK THIS UP.

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