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  • Castles & Coast

    19 59.38%
  • Off Road

    2 6.25%
  • Northumberland & Scottish Borders

    11 34.38%
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Thread: Saturday Ride options

  1. #17
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    I'm unsure of the exact week my house will complete it's one weekend in May. , I've spoke to Colin, and if its poss to decide on the weekend I'll play the off-road game with Petcul.

    However the llangollin weekend is also earlier in May and I want to do that as well, so my 1200 may be broke.

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    Castles and Coast for me and Harry the Cat please

    Did a very similar run to 'Borders' at the weekend - had to turn back at Megget 'cos of snowdrifts
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    done the castles and north sundaland and lindis

    not done the border thing or the wall before

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    Castles and coasts for me please, cup of tea and a nice stickie bun Ta. !

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    After seeing Petcul's offroad section photos on another thread, that's the one for me.

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    Castles and coast for me please
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    If I pick anything other than the Castles the yank will kill me. Now she knows how many are in the area May as well get them all done at once....

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    Hi all, recently joined this forum, looking forward to meeting up with some new people, would bordering with the Insane be a good place to start?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gillyflower View Post
    Hi all, recently joined this forum, looking forward to meeting up with some new people, would bordering with the Insane be a good place to start?
    It would be the best place to start... your charming hosts will guide you to your overnight accomodation and ensure your every need is catered for...unless it involves ironing.

    Highly skilled bar staff are on 24hr duty to ensure nobody dies of thirst.

    The many and varied ride outs will stun your senses and fish & chips at Seahouses* will stop you in your tracks...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Gillyflower View Post
    Hi all, recently joined this forum, looking forward to meeting up with some new people, would bordering with the Insane be a good place to start?
    I can't think of a better way to get started

    Welcome to the site and I'll look forward to welcoming you to the.....err...site

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mort View Post
    I can't think of a better way to get started

    Welcome to the site and I'll look forward to welcoming you to the.....err...site
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  12. #28
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    Castles & Coast! Looking forward to it. And a beer after it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brassmonkey001 View Post
    Another lamb to the slaughter...
    What a way to get slaughtered though.

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  14. #30
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    Beer, Ride out and fish n chips, sounds like heaven, bring it on. See you all soon

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    Bought meesel an 1150 GSA on Wednesday and went out with Borderraider yesterday. We did a practice run for the weekend event, just to check on timings and types of road etc. We stuck mainly to B and unclassified roads and it is a very good route for a GS. There's a mixture of slow/twisty sections and some medium speed sections. The first stop looks very interesting but I won't spoil the fun by telling everyone about it.
    There's also a very interesting section which looks like someone has taken a tarmac layer and laid a single track across the moorland, great fun

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    Now the Bunkhouse details have been delivered to me.................cheers Colin

    I'll probably do the Offroad on the XChallenge with Petcul
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    So many roads...........So little time......

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