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    Quote Originally Posted by rce View Post
    The 68 cafe serves really good food if you fancy that.

    Guess you are going to be pretty tired riding up from Kent
    KB and I have conversed and I think we are going to try and meet up with you for tour of the roads you know, weather permitting, and a spot of lunch.
    I'm happy to sample the produce of the 68 Cafe if we can sort out the RV tomorrow.

    BTW Keith will be fine after his ride: a soluble amphetamine in his camelbak keeps him going all night.

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    Sounds good, see you tomorrow at some point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DitchWater View Post
    KB and I have conversed and I think we are going to try and meet up with you for tour of the roads you know, weather permitting, and a spot of lunch.
    I'm happy to sample the produce of the 68 Cafe if we can sort out the RV tomorrow.

    BTW Keith will be fine after his ride: a soluble amphetamine in his camelbak keeps him going all night.
    I'll certainly be hungry by the time I get to the A68!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by rce View Post
    Sounds good, see you tomorrow at some point.
    Hope so mate - I'll give you call en route

    I also spoke to Clive (Richo) tonight, and he & Sue are going to meet myself & Ditchy @ Wetherby services.......
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    3 of us leaving Meadowhead, Sheffield at 9am. A1 to Ripon and then lots of twiddly back roads, gravel and sheep (Ripon , Leyburn, Reeth, Barnard Castle, Stanhope, Rookhope, Allendale, Haydon Bridge, Bellingham).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Derek View Post
    Whats the BB ?
    This...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magnet View Post
    3 of us leaving Meadowhead, Sheffield at 9am. A1 to Ripon and then lots of twiddly back roads, gravel and sheep (Ripon , Leyburn, Reeth, Barnard Castle, Stanhope, Rookhope, Allendale, Haydon Bridge, Bellingham).

    A1 to Ripon puts me off, like the look of the route though. Think that may be one for the way home on Sunday to Leyburn then pick up one of my usual back routes from there

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