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    Quote Originally Posted by NeilDD View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeilDD View Post
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    Well I did a recce of wildhay lane today, definate no no for the bimble ride as it turns into off roading in the trees and thats not what this ride is about.

    Had lots of fun in the mud though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flipfly View Post
    Well I did a recce of wildhay lane today, definate no no for the bimble ride as it turns into off roading in the trees and thats not what this ride is about.

    Had lots of fun in the mud though

    Well done Fil. Did you find a ford in them woods?


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    Quote Originally Posted by VAL. H. View Post
    Well done Fil. Did you find a ford in them woods?


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    No ford, just a whole heap of sticky mud

    There is one tiny little ford that we will be going through (possible 2), both are more like big puddles so not challanging at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flipfly View Post
    No ford, just a whole heap of sticky mud

    There is one tiny little ford that we will be going through (possible 2), both are more like big puddles so not challanging at all

    Nice idea. I haven't put the outfit through a ford yet


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    Ok guys n girls, had a few hours out on the bike today so went on a blast first recce of the route. Couple of lanes still closed due to snow, no warning just 3 feet of snow blocking the road
    I'm going to have to make a small change to the route later in the day as the road turns into off roading, it's not tough but I said if there was no tarmac under tyre we wouldn't do it, shame because it's a lovely trail
    Nevermind, there are some absolutely monumental views and the lanes are very entertaining.
    There is alot of small grit on the lanes, if you are a nervous rider it may be a little disconcerting, but if you can find the motivation to give the ride a go, I think you'll appreciate the work I've put in

    I had nothing to hold me back today and rarely hit over 40-50mph

    I've lived and ridden my entire life in this area, even I am amazed at the roads less travelled that are all around us.

    If the sun shines it'll be terrific, if it rains it's gonna be bloody awful

    Few changes then I'll be in contact with the recce party once the snow has gone

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    Quote Originally Posted by VAL. H. View Post
    Nice idea. I haven't put the outfit through a ford yet


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    Ooh, there's 2 fords, one is barely a puddle, the other was quite good with all the melted snow , will be fine in a week or so

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    Flipfly ,Julie and I stiil hoping to join you,work says no at moment. Those snow filled roads were fun though today we saw a little.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Flipfly View Post
    I think it'll be a see how many feel up to it kind of thing anyway.

    Hopefully enough will see the benefits of holding back their antics on Friday night to come and enjoy a great day out bimbling
    Would've loved to join ya but will be off on a jolly boys outing with Losththeplot doing the TAT. Hope to catch up another time for

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkytiff View Post
    Would've loved to join ya but will be off on a jolly boys outing with Losththeplot doing the TAT. Hope to catch up another time for
    You're always welcome fella

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flipfly View Post
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    Is that first picture of 'The cloud'?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill-H View Post
    Is that first picture of 'The cloud'?
    I believe it is

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    We would like to join the bumble - me, mine and mate on his own bike!

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