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    Thank you.....

    ....Jockser, Aidan and Mandy for another amazing event, without a doubt the best I've been on, EVER !
    Thanks also to the Leader and Sweeper of the "Offroad Run", Brendan (Mccivor) and Seamus (Famous) for a brilliant day
    around and over the mountains. The tracks and trails were absolutely fabulous, beat last years hands down.

    Thanks again all, Daithi.

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    +1 another great event, can't wait till the next one.

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    A big THANKS

    To the organisers, just to say thanks for my first GS'er do. I really enjoyed it-the craic and the company were brilliant.
    regards
    Brendy

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    I got home an hour ago.....I had a fantastic weekend, well done everyone for the organising (the food at the hotel was just great), ....was wonderful putting so many names to faces......can't wait for my next visit to Ireland.....
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    Another great event, looking forward to the next one.
    Well done Jockser, Aidan and Mandy........thank you

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    Thumbs up

    thanks for a great run on saturday.well organised,terific route

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    Great weekend, thanks lads for all the organisation and effort put in to make it work.
    First trip away for me (and first time camping in about 20 years!) Great to meet everyone, although the second night in the pub was quieter than the first...

    The road ride was an absolute classic! Slow, slow, quick quick, slow, very bleedin' quick!!

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    Here at Flash of the gaps gaff. We've been talking and we think that it was a cracking location and the staff at the hotel made it even better.

    Cheer to A, J, M & D for a weekend of fun.

    Love from,

    Tom, Rob, Kev and Tony

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    Home this morning after a brisk run down from Brecon. What a great weekend. Great location and excellent to meet so many lovely people. Top food and Guinness too (oh my head!)

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    I had a great weekend,loved the music on Friday night.Thanks lads

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    Mmmmm, makes me wanna go to Ireland
    Glad you all had a good time guys, seems like I missed out on a really good do
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamD View Post
    Home this morning after a brisk run down from Brecon. What a great weekend. Great location and excellent to meet so many lovely people. Top food and Guinness too (oh my head!)
    Did you use the bike or trailer it home?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tengiz99 View Post
    Did you use the bike or trailer it home?
    I've ridden 800 miles this weekend

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    Another cracking weekend
    A big thank you to Jockser, Aidan and Mandy..
    i am installed in my irish residence for a few more days
    travelled through limerick, kerry, clare, galway, roscommon, leitrim, cavan, fermanagh, monaghan, armagh and into down.[and father teds house]
    and more still to visit,you really have to visit the emerald isle to see it's beauty.
    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.

    Every bed of roses has pricks in it!

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    Thumbs up

    Thanks to all who put together a great weekend, fab location and a brilliant off road day, first event for me but sure will be back again.. well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by att View Post
    Mmmmm, makes me wanna go to Ireland
    Glad you all had a good time guys, seems like I missed out on a really good do
    No bother Att you'd be very welcome

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