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    green lane rideout.

    see below.

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    Were following the leader, the leader, the leader

    That will be me then

    More specific details to follow in due course.

    Saturday 4th October

    The general idea is a up-tempo 'full' day on the trails

    Not suitable for beginners

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    That counts me out then

    Mind you, I'll have just got back from a Tomos Adventure the week before so who knows, I may actually be able to ride a bike by then

    Andres
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    some pics of the local lanes
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    I'd best get some serious practice in over the Summer then

    Mikey, how busy are you in the workshop at the moment ? got some work for you - will have a chat at Cafe Hockley if you're going next week

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    Yep could be up for some of this -

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidestand View Post
    I'd best get some serious practice in over the Summer then

    Mikey, how busy are you in the workshop at the moment ? got some work for you - will have a chat at Cafe Hockley if you're going next week
    i always find ways to be busy.
    problem is i start messing with my own stuff
    work is good,work is good,work is good
    see you next week.
    mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by PDiddy View Post
    Yep could be up for some of this -
    this area is a well kept secret,loads of lanes
    ian knows most of them.. certainly enough to keep you lot out of trouble for the day

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    Well the interest shown in this has been overwhelming, Not

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    I'm sure you'll get some takers soon. Keep positive.

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    Well so far, I may, If I practice, I could be!

    So as they say on dragons den

    I'm out.........

    Sorry guys but my bike shall remain mud free on this occasion.

    Regards

    Ian

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    Quote Originally Posted by IJGser View Post
    Well so far, I may, If I practice, I could be!

    So as they say on dragons den

    I'm out.........

    Sorry guys but my bike shall remain mud free on this occasion.


    Regards

    Ian
    Steady on chap this is supposed to be for fun, you can't force people to turn up. After all it was you that put "Not suitable for beginners" and as I am def in that category I opted for the road ride

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    Ian, would be good if you could mark up a route for those that want to venture forth, do you think that would be possible? I bit of map readings would be fun!

    Cheers

    Andrew

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    To be honest, I've had a drink and am just trying to get the last post in this entire section.

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    Feck of Tufty with your can do attitude. Bar humbug to all of it I say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IJGser View Post
    Feck of Tufty with your can do attitude. Bar humbug to all of it I say.
    Love you.

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