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Thread: Who is running the offroad groups..?

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    Who is running the offroad groups..?

    How many groups are you having this year Steve...?

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    Well 3 unless your putting your hand up to lead one


    PROGRAM READS 10.00 - 10.30am START from CAR PARK

    Please rideout organisers keep to these times, also be there for 10am so you have time to make your mind up how your with.


    VERY DIFFICULT leader TIMPO this is POGO only and limeted to 8/10


    Hard to Medium NAHTAN (would be your man)


    Medium to beginners JOHNATHAN




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    ALL GROUPS PLEASE MEET IN STONE CAR PARK as normal infront of signs on fenceing.

    5.30pm is cut off time for DIRTY BIKE compeditors to return.

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    Would offer to lead a group but I don't know the plain anywhere enough to lead.

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    I'm out on a reccy tommorrow:

    http://www.ukgser.com/forums/showthr...56#post2764156

    Nathan

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    Make sure you have all your documents with you and all is in order...

    If your going on the 'plain, we could encounter this:



    Got stopped 3 times today!

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    Looks a tad dry out there, Dustiest bike award is it this year. Might have a word with my mate in the reme, see if they can get out there with the water tankers...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horse1200 View Post
    Looks a tad dry out there, Dustiest bike award is it this year. Might have a word with my mate in the reme, see if they can get out there with the water tankers...
    No need! there are stil plenty of BIG puddles if you know where to look

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    Just the job, didn't do to well last year

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    Do we need to sign up for the rides in advance?

    Is the Medium/Beginner ride GS-able? And are there minimum tyre requirements?

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    rsstler Do we need to sign up for the rides in advance?

    Is the Medium/Beginner ride GS-able? And are there minimum tyre requirements?

    Rsstler. All the rides are do-able on a gs or a GSA, just depends how mad you are. It's not all out racing, everyone helps everyone, we are all there for fun really. It would be good to have some GS's or GSA's offroading.

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    It will be a great shame if there were not any GS / GSAs off-roading at a predominantly GS event...!

    Paul G
    (Who will be all over the plain on my GS...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsstler
    Do we need to sign up for the rides in advance?
    Is the Medium/Beginner ride GS-able? And are there minimum tyre requirements?
    Quote Originally Posted by Horse1200
    Rsstler. All the rides are do-able on a gs or a GSA, just depends how mad you are. It's not all out racing, everyone helps everyone, we are all there for fun really. It would be good to have some GS's or GSA's offroading.
    Excellent, I'm in with one lardy 1150GSA

    Do we need to sign up in advance?

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    Sorry guys but I'll be on a KTM Adv

    Good question ........ Do we have to sign up?

    If so please put me down for the girls ..... sorry, 'novice group'


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    On the saturday morning just park infront of the group you want to ride with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horse1200 View Post
    On the saturday morning just park infront of the group you want to ride with.
    Thanks! Sounds simple enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horse1200 View Post
    Looks a tad dry out there, Dustiest bike award is it this year.
    BBC Weather forecasts rain on Saturday!
    Thomas! There's a mouse duck in the house!





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