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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    Not permanently manned at weekends now, but they have a card based Pay @ Pump which is quite quaint and not at all like Tesco's

    Fuel at Aysgarth now, station has re-opened
    Cheers Johnny,
    Might as well just go to Leyburn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrinkleyowlie View Post
    Cheers Johnny,
    Might as well just go to Leyburn.

    Steve
    I would
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    Johnny, Johnny, Johnny…. you're molly-coddling all these hard ass adventure bikers. I'll be there, on my GSA with 30 litres; what's the problem??? Oh… yeah, there's always some numpty that turns up at these events with bugger all fuel in their tank, then they expect the group ride to wait on them whilst they fart around trying to sort the fuel issue out 5 minutes before your ride. Well, enough's enough I say. Just bang a warning on here - If you turn out for any of the ride outs with insufficient fuel which affects the group ride by pissing off the ride leader and their 'prepared' riders, tough luck buddy, we're not here to wipe your butt!

    Thanks for the heads up on the fuel though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Madmountainman View Post
    Johnny, Johnny, Johnny…. you're molly-coddling all these hard ass adventure bikers ....
    There's always be one MMM

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    We topped up in Leyburn ,then Hawes on our recce run with JB. Masham also a possibility but there is a card machine there too for certain times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewgsadv View Post
    We topped up in Leyburn ,then Hawes on our recce run with JB. Masham also a possibility but there is a card machine there too for certain times.
    Bet some of these southerners can't understand that there are places left in the UK with no WiFi, no phone signal AND no petrol Andrew

    It'll be a real Adventure for them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micky View Post
    Bet some of these southerners can't understand that there are places left in the UK with no WiFi, no phone signal AND no petrol Andrew

    It'll be a real Adventure for them

    It appears that way - maybe we should try the North Pennines for remoteness, next year
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    With a good number of old 1150's attending, should we get BMW recovery on stand by with extra staff and tow trucks ???
    No need, most jobs can be done "side of road, minus a lap top" 😊

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    Just a few friendly tips
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    So many roads...........So little time......

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    It appears that way - maybe we should try the North Pennines for remoteness, next year
    The North pennines would be my idea of heaven.
    Infact, I'm taking in some of the area on my Dent ride out!.

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    I have an idea for 2016
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    So many roads...........So little time......

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    Rejoice! It'll bea real GS Event, especially since us southerners are actually going to end up with close on 1100 miles travel at the end of the weekend. Thats about a 1/10 th of the mileage on most GS's sold up north.........Maybe its cos you don't have petrol all over?


    Quote Originally Posted by Micky View Post
    Bet some of these southerners can't understand that there are places left in the UK with no WiFi, no phone signal AND no petrol Andrew

    It'll be a real Adventure for them


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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    With a good number of old 1150's attending, should we get BMW recovery on stand by with extra staff and tow trucks ???
    If there are enough 1150's the tow trucks won't be needed, the 1150's will be more than capable of towing in the Hexheads and WC's
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