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Thread: Off road bimble

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Bouncer View Post
    Ah, I remember it well!!!
    When/where was that taken? Is that me behind ditchwater??

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    More video & photos on the 'off road bimble'....

    http://www.youtube.com/audio?video_r...&v=egEaRdoDPNA



    Route back......

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwPV0CR5vbQ

    Lunch stop.....









    Graeme

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    Thanks for a great off road ride I enjoyed every minute

    Cheers
    Eddie

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    Many thanks Mav for the brilliant off road.

    First real chance to go at it away from the odd very slow speed pootle along the odd track I find.

    Was really good to run along with directions and hints. Just wished I'd ask more questions.

    Small group with even a 1200

    Can't wait for the next one.

    --- This post represents the official views of the voices in my head.

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    Glad you all enjoyed it - it was a pleasure to go riding with you

    Have started a thread for the pics I took LINKY
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    Quote Originally Posted by ferrol View Post
    Many thanks Mav for the brilliant off road.

    First real chance to go at it away from the odd very slow speed pootle along the odd track I find.

    Was really good to run along with directions and hints. Just wished I'd ask more questions.

    Small group with even a 1200

    Can't wait for the next one.

    --- This post represents the official views of the voices in my head.
    Just echoing the comments already stated that it was a very well controlled and great ride. I even found out on how to switch the ABS off on my 1200 - Thank you Jason

    Just for those of you whom may be a tad concerned on the dirt state of my bike. It took me at least 20mins of jet washing, once I got home that is, to rid the off road muck and get my bike to its gleaming and shinning 1200GS status

    Great day

    Graeme

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    Quote Originally Posted by a485gag View Post
    1st YouTube uplink from today and some photos more to follow.

    Thank you Mav & Co for leading the ride


    http://youtu.be/nRE3swC5x0s

    Graeme
    Awesome

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