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    Thanks Sgt Bilco

    For leading a great ride out on some fantastic roads, you're a gent

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mort View Post
    For leading a great ride out on some fantastic roads, you're a gent
    What he said

    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mort View Post
    For leading a great ride out on some fantastic roads, you're a gent
    Yep some good roads Chris didnt loose to many
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    Quote Originally Posted by badgerrrrrr View Post
    didnt loose to many
    It was the drop off system so a few had to be dropped off

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    I only lost 3
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    Yep thanks for the cracking rideout, even when I became one of the 'Lost Boys', shockingly all the 1200's made it, reminded me of Brian Hanrahan when he said 'I counted them all out and counted them all back' seeing you get back , being a virgin to a tosser rideout whats the score with spots/fogs, is it obligatory they need to be on if they're fitted

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    Quote Originally Posted by nedflanders View Post
    being a virgin to a tosser rideout whats the score with spots/fogs, is it obligatory they need to be on if they're fitted
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    Quote Originally Posted by nedflanders View Post
    being a virgin to a tosser rideout whats the score with spots/fogs, is it obligatory they need to be on if they're fitted
    Only if wearing a high vis jacket, EN approved of course

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    Yes, thanks ever so for the ride out, its was our first time....its a shame we became one of the Broseley 3, but my little GS did well 2 x up

    Thanks again

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    Thanks for good ride out.

    Partially my fault we lost a few but more the fault of Geriatric Germ who swapped with someone else as tail end charlie but didn't think to tell anyone...

    Still we all made it back for beers/cider later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crapaud View Post
    Thanks for good ride out.

    Partially my fault we lost a few but more the fault of Geriatric Germ who swapped with someone else as tail end charlie but didn't think to tell anyone...

    Still we all made it back for beers/cider later.

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    I always thought the role of the group ride out leader WAS to lose members of the group

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crapaud View Post
    Thanks for good ride out.

    Partially my fault we lost a few but more the fault of Geriatric Germ who swapped with someone else as tail end charlie but didn't think to tell anyone...

    Still we all made it back for beers/cider later.
    In Rob's (Geriatric Germ's) defense, I saw what happened as you all left.

    Rod waited until the last rider was leaving the the carpark, but the last rider (not sure who it was, but he had a dayglow jacket) told Rob to go in front of him. This was after everyone was briefed that Rob was the back marker

    I guess letting everyone know he was no longer the back marker while riding along would have been quite difficult

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    I was 5th bike out and I knew that Rob was NOT the back marker anymore, but maybe I was listening to the last minute briefing
    Then 61 miles into ride my legs started seizing up [ I got wet and cold not good for Perthes Disease] and we made our own SLOW way back to be greeted by the Brosely 3 upon our return

    Great roads and if it had stopped dry, we would have really enjoyed the remainder of it...
    Thanks a lot Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proff View Post
    Great roads and if it had stopped dry, we would have really enjoyed the remainder of it...
    Thanks a lot Chris
    As soon as you left Proff the sun came out

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    Thanks sgt

    Thanks for a wonderfull missery tour Sgt

    The extra lights are not only really cool they might even save your life.Mine are a offcut checker plate with Ebay lights.Done on the cheap but equally as effective as Touretec stuff.
    I was not one of the 3 left out there in the wilderness.

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