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    Sunday Ride Out?

    If anyone fancies a little ride out on Sunday I'm happy to organise a little route around the glorious shropshire countryside.

    I thought I might tie it in with a visit to RAF Cosford Air Museum which is well worth at least a half a days visit http://www.rafmuseum.org.uk/cosford/ It's a great place to go and it doesn't cost a bean which will please one or two of you

    Cosford is only a few miles from Syco's place but I can stretch that to about 3 hours down some lovely roads
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt Bilco View Post
    If anyone fancies a little ride out on Sunday I'm happy to organise a little route around the glorious shropshire countryside.

    I thought I might tie it in with a visit to RAF Cosford Air Museum which is well worth at least a half a days visit http://www.rafmuseum.org.uk/cosford/ It's a great place to go and it doesn't cost a bean which will please one or two of you

    Cosford is only a few miles from Syco's place but I can stretch that to about 3 hours down some lovely roads
    Weather depending we will be up for a bit of a ride out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt Bilco View Post
    If anyone fancies a little ride out on Sunday I'm happy to organise a little route around the glorious shropshire countryside.
    Hi Chris,
    Not at Cadwell mate , Wayne decided to bin the bike @ Castle C so thats our season over has smashed his elbow up,

    So yes we would be up for a ride around on the sunday morning, as we have the weekend free now, look farward to your Alaska story as well

    cheers Mark

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    Should be ok for a rideout, what sort of time are you thinking about leaving in case we can't camp sat night due to iffy babysitter

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    Nothing too early because the effects of a few beers and a Thai Curry will be felt until at least 10 ish

    10-30 i guess
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt Bilco View Post
    Nothing too early because the effects of a few beers and a Thai Curry will be felt until at least 10 ish

    10-30 i guess
    sounds good to me

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