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    Looks fanbloodytastic, I think we may come up in the motorhome (with a bike on a trailer) and make a week of it.
    Thanks for organising Micky and J.B.

    John.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timaloy View Post
    Working, so that's that fecked.Arse.

    I don't suppose I could persuade you to move it 1 weekend later could I?
    Ha ha ... errr sorry, but we can only suit some of the people some of the time



    Government Health Warning

    Dent is one of the last bastions of English soil that does not have a mobile 'phone signal or WiFi

    If you come in from the B6255 from the Hawes - Ingleton road there is a narrow 6' 6" (from memory) bridge on a double S Bend

    Mind you, most of you will probably be OK on your bike's

    att made it in his Motorhome but I did notice the bridge coping stones missing later

    You have been warned
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    Quote Originally Posted by Micky View Post
    att made it in his Motorhome but I did notice the bridge coping stones missing later
    It's not called Dent for no reason Micky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micky View Post
    Government Health Warning



    If you come in from the B6255 from the Hawes - Ingleton road there is a narrow 6' 6" (from memory) bridge on a double S Bend


    You have been warned

    Good point, if you have a large MH or Caravan, which is wide and long - best to approach from the Sedbergh and M6 end of the village, where access is easier
    JohnnyBoxer



    So many roads...........So little time......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micky View Post
    Ha ha ... errr sorry, but we can only suit some of the people some of the time



    Government Health Warning

    Dent is one of the last bastions of English soil that does not have a mobile 'phone signal or WiFi

    If you come in from the B6255 from the Hawes - Ingleton road there is a narrow 6' 6" (from memory) bridge on a double S Bend

    Mind you, most of you will probably be OK on your bike's

    att made it in his Motorhome but I did notice the bridge coping stones missing later

    You have been warned
    It is wider than 6' 6"....It is more like 7ft...Well it must be, because we got through, however if you have a long wheelbase then you would cause damage. On the way back over it, I didn`t even slow down for it that much, just closed my eyes.....It felt safer doing that.

    Please put me down for a wobblybox 2 human specimens and a canine specimen.
    Thanks muchly

    And I really liked the woman who runs the site

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    Put me down for a tent pitch please not sure how many people yet may be just me possibly +1

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    Camping in a field in Yorkshire with a bunch of Tossers or helping my wife celebrate her birthday? Hmmm.

    Put me down for three nights Micky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Micky View Post

    You want tractors UturnT?

    Camp site entrance ...













    Shucks ... how did that one get in there

    great gate guards. (last one looks dead iffy though)

    well done you seem to be getting a great response

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    I'll be making a full weekend of it, camping at present, though i may be in a wobbly depending on how my plans work out.


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    Please book me in for the 3 nights in a tent. Nice one, JB & Micky!

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    Super response guys

    You've all clearly heard of JB's riding skills as a TourMeister General, his extensive knowledge of the superb back roads of what is generally accepted as Gods Own Country, and his generosity at the bar

    Keep it coming ...

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    Looks great lads..Could I book a place for camping please.

    Cheers Geoff

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    Micky

    I'll have 3 nights (Fri - Sun); camping @ present....and a large slug of delicious Yorkshire roads for a rampant GSA 12....
    Bounce

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    Hello Micky - please put me and Mr T down for camping, 2 maybe 3 nights (I'll confirm).

    I'll see if I can get some more girly biker presence

    I notice you're not camping...







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    Virginal weekend - I'm in

    Camper van, for the three nights... Might as well make my first event something to remember!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr K View Post
    About time I showed you old duffers how to ride...er I mean drink...

    Shall check my leave in the a.m....

    Tentative tent for 2 nights....

    Make that a definite 2 nights camping please.

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