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    Quote Originally Posted by SkyGod View Post
    Sorry chaps but I cant do a recce now. off for a few weeks in the morning with work but hopefully back for the event.

    Happy new year to you all.

    Gaz, if you can make it to the event let me know & I'll bring those bits along.


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    Good idea mate, thats my plan so far subject to work cocking me about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FERRET View Post
    i thought everyone had decided not to venture out on the off road ride, ime fine with the harder stuff , i was more concerned with different skills levels, if your happy to do the one i thought might be trickie ime happy, i think its best to see who is up for the ride and go with what everyone is happy with, great to have you on board , see you end of January, ime hoping to get ot again before the bash to recce the route again , hopefully it will have thawed a bit

    Come on everyone get your name down
    I may need to get my camping gear driven down for me or talk my buddy into coming along in his van but I'm up for a bit of a roost.

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    Malcolm on 650GS twin + TKC80s.

    I managed Gaz's off-road Peak ride out at the Rippon meet last year but I'm definitely a novice. Happy to give anything a go as long as others are happy to help straighten me and the bike out afterwards.

    I won't know if I can get down until the Friday so if I'm not there don't hang around. But...don't leave early like the Friday night group at Rippon did. Two of us turned up 15mins early only to find the group had already gone.

    Cheers.

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    Not a problem Malc,
    I reckon a 9.30am start Saturday morning should be ok, wont leave anybody behind at the start or during the day

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    Quote Originally Posted by FERRET View Post
    Not a problem Malc,
    I reckon a 9.30am start Saturday morning should be ok, wont leave anybody behind at the start or during the day
    After a night on the 'pop'
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    So many roads...........So little time......

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    Hello

    i will be ready to take the road if any is organized. am waiting to hear

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    I'm an offroad virgin, near as makes no odds, but putting my name down for this anyway.

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    Starting to panic already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiensshop View Post
    i will be ready to take the road if any is organized. am waiting to hear

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fanum View Post
    You win the mars bar for the furthest traveled to the ride
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    Quote Originally Posted by freeloader View Post
    Ferret X challenge
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    I'll have the XChallenge in the Van..............so stick me down too

    Nice and easy.............I'm an offroad virgin
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    So many roads...........So little time......

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    don't worry chap

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    I'll have the XChallenge in the Van..............so stick me down too

    Nice and easy.............I'm an offroad virgin
    theres nothing round here that even little rossi can't handle on his husky 50.
    talking of which if the off road starts down pound lane at the side of the pub me and rossi will join in, not a bad little lane and goes for about 10miles.
    Oh and i've sorted with the land owner to ride along it.
    I'D Rather be a live hasbeen than a dead Wanabee....

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    Thanks SYCO ive sent u a PM, Johnny as SYCO says nothing too taxing, only one lane which may be tricky on the 1200's , but we can still have some fun, better bring a spare gear lever as it might bend when u fall off

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    Quote Originally Posted by FERRET View Post
    Thanks SYCO ive sent u a PM, Johnny as SYCO says nothing too taxing, only one lane which may be tricky on the 1200's , but we can still have some fun, better bring a spare gear lever as it might bend when u fall off
    Ferret

    I was hoping that you would be my 'water carrier' and have all the spares with you

    Sounds good..............sometimes 'not too taxing' makes for a more enjoyable day out
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    So many roads...........So little time......

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