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Thread: Exmoor Explorer Off Road

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    Quote Originally Posted by paintman View Post
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    Trying to pm you about next weekend, can you contact me Please.
    Sorry, just got back from week in Jersey. Ferries cancelled regularly on outward and return trips. Spent 15 hours on ferry last Wednesday. Finally got back home this afternoon. Sea very rough. Will catch up with things in the morning.

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    Tarr Steps (Britains oldest bridge) and a chance to have a laugh at those brave enough to try a river crossing.
    Should be entertaining after the last week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trippy View Post
    Should be entertaining after the last week.
    That won't be a problem for the walkers!


    If quitters never win and winners never quit... What idiot came up with 'Quit while you're ahead'??????

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    Is the green roads ride still happening.

    If so, what time is the start? Ride distance / mileage and eta back to camp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RD. View Post
    Is the green roads ride still happening.

    If so, what time is the start? Ride distance / mileage and eta back to camp?
    Yeah nothings changed.

    Leave around 10 - 1030.
    About 80 - 90 miles.
    15 - 20 lanes.
    Ford / stream / river crossings levels permiting.
    Back around 4ish.

    Given the weather over the last week it's very much a case of ... lets go for a nice day out, steady pace, lots of stops, nice lunch and take each track as we find it. Yes we might find some are a no-go but hey thats no big deal.


    Sunday shorter unplanned ride with around the same number of tracks that we will be all trying for the first time together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trippy View Post
    Yeah nothings changed.

    Leave around 10 - 1030.
    About 80 - 90 miles.
    15 - 20 lanes.
    Ford / stream / river crossings levels permiting.
    Back around 4ish.

    Given the weather over the last week it's very much a case of ... lets go for a nice day out, steady pace, lots of stops, nice lunch and take each track as we find it. Yes we might find some are a no-go but hey thats no big deal.


    Sunday shorter unplanned ride with around the same number of tracks that we will be all trying for the first time together.


    Thanks for the update.

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    Is anyone still going off-road on a BIG bike, or only trailies now? I had planned to (1200GS), but not sure it's such a good idea in all this sh1t!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IanC View Post
    Is anyone still going off-road on a BIG bike, or only trailies now? I had planned to (1200GS), but not sure it's such a good idea in all this sh1t!
    I'll be there on my R1100GS on part worn TKC80s. Your 1200 will be fine if you have TKC80s or similar.

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    OK, I better get up early and put my part worn one on too, the current one is bald as a coot!

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