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    TRF membership.....

    Blah blah blah, it would be easy to preach a load of blurb to try and promote the Trail Riders Fellowship, but no, I want to promote good times, riding with great blokes and enjoying the countryside.....
    So, today i had the third ride in 10 days with members of North Wales TRF, this loop being from Pentrefoelas and in to Snowdonia National Park including the Conwy Valley.
    Last week was Northern Powys, and before that a loop around Flintshire/Denbighshire..... and not one lane was used twice on the three days.

    OK, so my point is, you've spent big money on your bike purchase, and a small fortune on some riding kit...... and then you struggle to find where to ride!
    Joining your local TRF group means you can contact me and join me for a ride anywhere in the North Wales area, free of charge, aka 'for nowt'.
    Hopefully Timolgra has some pics and video of today's trouble/action and there may even be some helmetcam footage shortly....

    Timpo.

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    Yes mate, here's a few photos from a brilliant day with a group of the most knowledgeable 'Green laners' in mid and north Wales

    Not many hardcore photos, I was too busy



    High up on the Migneint Moor and as we avoid all the frog/toad spawn Timpo spots some adults to move from our path


    Crap photo of frog spawn


    Not a good place to be alone and get hurt, I doubt many pass this way all year.


    When Timpo has that look, you know you're in for a good ride

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    Gareth having a good ride




    Not much grip all day...perfect


    Bottom of the infamous Nebo Gulley.


    It's infamous because the line is where all the guys are standing.....not down there!


    Only one way out here and that's turn around and start again.




    JM, an old school TRF'er and a man to thank for decades of finding new legal lanes and fighting to keep those we now have


    And a blurry Timpo, long term and well qualified apprentice to JM


    Every so often you have ride ride that ranks with the best ever, well Timpo and I have had two within 8 days.
    Where to next week?

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    'Line'? The blokes can barely walk it, let alone ride it. So, when do we go there Tim?
    The only man ever to get his work finished by Friday was Robinson Crusoe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Frost View Post
    'Line'? The blokes can barely walk it, let alone ride it. So, when do we go there Tim?
    Ditto.



    Great pictures.

    Every lane with different terrain and varying degrees of severity.

    "Line"!!
    Looks like I'll be needing ice speedway tyres or crampons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Frost View Post
    So, when do we go there Tim?
    Quote Originally Posted by RD. View Post
    Ditto.


    Have you been here yet?

    http://www.trf.org.uk/membership.html

    If not, do it!
    The lanes pictured have been kept open by work done during the last 20 years that i have been a TRF member.
    You've bought the bike, you've bought the gear, yet you have little idea where to ride legally in UK...... then, it's a no brainer, join the TRF and you can see these routes with us, North Wales TRF.

    Timpo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timpo View Post
    Have you been here yet?

    http://www.trf.org.uk/membership.html

    If not, do it!
    The lanes pictured have been kept open by work done during the last 20 years that i have been a TRF member.
    You've bought the bike, you've bought the gear, yet you have little idea where to ride legally in UK...... then, it's a no brainer, join the TRF and you can see these routes with us, North Wales TRF.

    Timpo.

    Joined the TRF today and gave a donation.

    Look forward to riding trails with some other members and my mag.

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    Joined today

    Looking forward to getting out ...

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    Ive been a member for 2 years and not been out with the trf, hopefully sort that soon.

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