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    Sounds like Wetton Mill then? Would like to attend if allowed and I'm off work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt101 View Post
    Sounds like Wetton Mill then? Would like to attend if allowed and I'm off work!


    Certainly sounds like it and I can vouch for how slippy the ford is as I went arse over tit in it in December, was a bugger trying to pick the bike up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt101 View Post
    Sounds like Wetton Mill then? Would like to attend if allowed and I'm off work!
    Quote Originally Posted by cyclops View Post
    Certainly sounds like it and I can vouch for how slippy the ford is as I went arse over tit in it in December, was a bugger trying to pick the bike up
    Correctomundo

    For such a farty little ford it is unbelievably dangerous

    Good job I'm feeling charitable and not in a c** tish mood because it would make some great you've been framed video!

    Fat blokes bounce better

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    Certainly would have done, I was first and went over my mate parked up and waded in to help me pick the bike up. He took 2 steps in the water and went arse over tit as well.

    Good job there was no bugger about to capture the moment.

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    Rode round it today Phil with your additions, did 2 offroad bits ,shhhhhh dont tell the Mrs Beet Lane was closed for repair.

    Put route together in Winter Months.Quite different now with all the leaves on the tree`s . Have taken some teaser photos and will post here.

    What a lovely way to spend a sunny Sunday, on me tod,packup. Lovely

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    Taster photos






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    Aye, Britain's a right shit 'ole innit?

    How lucky we are to know better

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    flipfly - Dec 2012

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    Can't wait
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    So many roads...........So little time......

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewgsadv View Post
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    Please add Paula and I to the list.
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    Humbug ,look forward to meeting you both again

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    Looks like another good routage.....I'll pray for glorious sunshine!!
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    Calling Mr Sidecar rider Val H.

    You still ok to be back marker again Val.

    Andrew

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewgsadv View Post
    Calling Mr Sidecar rider Val H.

    You still ok to be back marker again Val.

    Andrew
    Delighted that Val's going to be TEC, and that I won't be.....
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    Well, I'm afraid I've been very lazy this year. Andrew, thank you for all your hard work.

    I have recced the route but only once and I am still unsure how we will do with food etc, but I'm a big boy and I can find food for us I'm sure.

    I know Andrew has put a lot of work into this, so please raise a glass and honour the man if you enjoy it.

    We will be running 2 groups Like last year, there are a couple of potential easy lanes which if we can get enough people interested I'll take that group. If no one fancies it then no worries, we'll stick to the standard programme.

    See ya Saturday morning.

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    Fast roads, twisties, nice scenery for the obligatory 'bike pics'......and Mr Whippy ice cream pour favor......
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