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    I am attempting to attend said event.
    I don't own a car just a

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    Huzzah!

    If you are the only other Nofolk attending you will have a special prize!

    Be great to see you come along.

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    Is it special socks for my extra toes
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    Great stuff - numbers are growing nicely
    The OOaa bird is so-called because it lays square eggs

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    Quote Originally Posted by GB. View Post
    Is it special socks for my extra toes
    No bor. Do I'll bring you some cushies.

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    hellooo.
    not met up with any of you guys before but fancy this. only bought the gs a month ago but want to have a go off road. will be first time apart from riding around fields.

    question: just been away for 10 days to the alps so struggling to obtain leave. is anyone else taking their missus so A) i'm not the only one with a thumb print on my forehead, and 2) she might have someone else to talk to about something other than bikes...if there is anything else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donnie View Post
    hellooo.
    not met up with any of you guys before but fancy this. only bought the gs a month ago but want to have a go off road. will be first time apart from riding around fields.

    question: just been away for 10 days to the alps so struggling to obtain leave. is anyone else taking their missus so A) i'm not the only one with a thumb print on my forehead, and 2) she might have someone else to talk to about something other than bikes...if there is anything else.
    There will be a good few there (4 that I know of).

    They don't talk about doilies and macrame much though.

    PS - no-one talks about bikes anyway. Anything but in my experience.

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    she's more likely to talk motors than macrame to be fair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donnie View Post
    she's more likely to talk motors than macrame to be fair.
    Get you on and book then 'bor.

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    Right,

    My knobblies may not be fitted to my bike because one of the spare wheels I bought is bent. Buyer beware on here! It's the front and I'll try and sort it out this week.
    If not, will I get away with road tyres for the offroad ride out?


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    Ditchwater, judging by the weather forecast, you should be fine on road tyres as long as you aren't too eager on the throttle.
    The OOaa bird is so-called because it lays square eggs

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    ride out

    its not the throttle ditch has to watch for its the bottle the night b4 hihi




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    Quote Originally Posted by RICHO View Post
    its not the throttle ditch has to watch for its the bottle the night b4 hihi



    Wrong......it's the heights that mess with his heed...safe as houses in Norfolk, cos it's flattish...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Bouncer View Post
    Wrong......it's the heights that mess with his heed...safe as houses in Norfolk, cos it's flattish...
    And the trees because I can't see the vastness of the vista.

    Anyway, knobblies fitted to a fairly straight front wheel, rear is fine, and will be tested tomorrow, on the way to the nerosurgeon of all places.

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