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  • Castles & Coast

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    Quote Originally Posted by trancey View Post
    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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    quite fancy the offroading , but don't know if i have the requisite skills required Aldo , wot u think ??? stick to the black stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toad View Post
    Which ride is this?
    Northumberland & Scottish borders


    Quote Originally Posted by kirky1298 View Post
    quite fancy the offroading , but don't know if i have the requisite skills required Aldo , wot u think ??? stick to the black stuff
    If it's dry you'll be fine...wouldn't fancy the route in the wet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borderraider View Post




    If it's dry you'll be fine...wouldn't fancy the route in the wet
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    In your DISCO it would be fine
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    So many roads...........So little time......

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    Chicken
    In your DISCO it would be fine

    I'd be fine on your Bike....not on mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borderraider View Post
    I'd be fine on your Bike....not on mine


    I'll let you have a razz on the XC
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    So many roads...........So little time......

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    Ride Option - Castles

    Please put Ken and Susan (2 bikes) down for the Castles run on Saturday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    I'll probably do the Offroad on the XChallenge with Petcul
    You did realise I'll be attempting the offroad run too, Johnny?

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    Quote Originally Posted by freeloader View Post
    You did realise I'll be attempting the offroad run too, Johnny?
    No...................but we'll all be there to pick you up
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    So many roads...........So little time......

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    No...................but we'll all be there to pick you up
    Good man...

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    Quote Originally Posted by garfield View Post
    fish and chips......


    castles and coast for me......lord help you all, I'll be on my katoom and I'M not quiet.....


    I'll follow him to the chippy please
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    Castles and coast ride

    I had a run up via the castles on Sunday to make sure I know where to get the good photo's.
    I have arranged for a lunch stop here but if anyone wants to stop of in Seahouses for fish and chips they are only 2 miles apart.

    There will be quite a few stop offs on the way up the coast to Lindisfarne as the roads are quite twisty so it'll be too easy to get split up. After Lindisfarne we will have more open roads with some fantastic scenery via the Carter bar (England/Scotland border) then back for the beer and music.

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    Oooh! Victoria Hotel looks a bit posh - are they ready for a motley collection of tossers to descend

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magnet View Post
    Oooh! Victoria Hotel looks a bit posh - are they ready for a motley collection of tossers to descend

    (speaking for myself of course )
    They're used to it.

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    I haven't signed up for a rideout yet, is it too late?
    If not, which should I choose?
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    Quote Originally Posted by brassmonkey001 View Post
    I haven't signed up for a rideout yet, is it too late?
    If not, which should I choose?
    No...................we were keeping it a secret

    You're booked in for the offroad
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    So many roads...........So little time......

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