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Thread: Bitterly disappointed but realistic - Friday 8th of January 2010

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melanie Cheeks View Post
    We need a name for the Calum's Ceilidh. And a date.

    7-9 May is the Wales weekend, and 21-23 is the North of England one, so it would seem to be a choice between 14-16, or 28-30.

    Names - Calum's Road: The Squeakwal? The Long Way Up? Banjul Memories? Raasay Reunion?

    NW200 is 15th May this year.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by bhud View Post
    Sid - Remember Betty's tyres are in Spain - maybe you could do a deal.

    Just a thought with the sna coming to you.
    Anyone know if the sizes are the same for my 1100?

    Would seem a good idea if they are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crapaud View Post
    Anyone know if the sizes are the same for my 1100?

    Would seem a good idea if they are.

    110/80 B 19 150/70 B 17 are the sizes for 1100/1150 and 1200 GS so the answers yes on fitment.

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    Calum's Road today.

    May have been the wrong move to call it off






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    How the Feck did you get up to there Johnny ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by H.R.H. OONYACK View Post
    Calum's Road today.

    May have been the wrong move to call it off





    I'll get the dogs harnessed up...

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    It was that cold last night it turned the photo into a red x


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