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    My Dent pics

    Mick and Sue were having an early tea, when I arrived on the Friday



    Nicely checked in at the BB, this was the view - we had a nice log fire every morning at breakfast - most wecome it was too as the weather was nippy



    Thronged masses, on Sat morning eager for a trip out








    Deepdale on Saturday's ride



    Cato needs a drink, in Kettlewell, poor Giles was on fumes and was thankful for some jungle juice to power Cato's wings



    Nothing glitzy, in Kettlewell




    Stormy skies on Sunday's ride






    Getting better in Swaledale



    My all time favourite Swaledale view....................just a perfect spot, in my opinion

    JohnnyBoxer



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

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    Nice pics looks like you had a good ride out its a shame I had to miss it

    Ps you should have left Cato behind

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    Mick and Sue were having an early tea, when I arrived on the Friday



    Nicely checked in at the BB, this was the view - we had a nice log fire every morning at breakfast - most wecome it was too as the weather was nippy



    Thronged masses, on Sat morning eager for a trip out








    Deepdale on Saturday's ride



    Cato needs a drink, in Kettlewell, poor Giles was on fumes and was thankful for some jungle juice to power Cato's wings



    Nothing glitzy, in Kettlewell




    Stormy skies on Sunday's ride






    Getting better in Swaledale



    My all time favourite Swaledale view....................just a perfect spot, in my opinion

    JB There were some cracking roads i haven't used before (Many I have) but i will certainly be re visiting them soon but i have to disagree on the view as i think the one down into Arnecliffe is beyond compare IMO

    Graet ride out though and thanks again

    PS I will certainly be using that tea room in Horton again too
    Just a Prospect at the moment

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    Bloody hell .... I was beginning to sweat! The on board computer had been reading '0 miles' for about quarter of an hour! I'd been coasting with the clutch in at every opportunity .... !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giles View Post
    Bloody hell .... I was beginning to sweat! The on board computer had been reading '0 miles' for about quarter of an hour! I'd been coasting with the clutch in at every opportunity .... !!
    How many litres did you squeeze in?

    Dave
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    Quote Originally Posted by Giles View Post
    Bloody hell .... I was beginning to sweat! The on board computer had been reading '0 miles' for about quarter of an hour! I'd been coasting with the clutch in at every opportunity .... !!
    Yeah Yeah Yeah

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    Quote Originally Posted by redrick View Post
    JB There were some cracking roads i haven't used before (Many I have) but i will certainly be re visiting them soon but i have to disagree on the view as i think the one down into Arnecliffe is beyond compare IMO

    Graet ride out though and thanks again

    PS I will certainly be using that tea room in Horton again too
    Arncliffe in Littondale and Thwaite in Swaledale are a tie for me

    Glad you enjoyed it, I showed some other 'locals' a few roads they didn't know on the Sunday too

    Sort a day out and I'll find a few more, to show you
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    So many roads...........So little time......

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    Arncliffe in Littondale and Thwaite in Swaledale are a tie for me

    Glad you enjoyed it, I showed some other 'locals' a few roads they didn't know on the Sunday too

    Sort a day out and I'll find a few more, to show you
    Thats a deal !
    Just a Prospect at the moment

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dellis View Post
    How many litres did you squeeze in?

    Dave
    It's a 23 litre tank and I put in 21.5. So in theory still ... what ... 20 odd miles ?? But I guess there will always be fuel in the bottom of the tank that the fuel line can't get to ... ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giles View Post
    It's a 23 litre tank and I put in 21.5. So in theory still ... what ... 20 odd miles ?? But I guess there will always be fuel in the bottom of the tank that the fuel line can't get to ... ??
    Bloody KTM, they can't even fit an accurate computer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giles View Post
    It's a 23 litre tank and I put in 21.5. So in theory still ... what ... 20 odd miles ?? But I guess there will always be fuel in the bottom of the tank that the fuel line can't get to ... ??
    That'll explain the difference between the 320 miles range the computer tells me I have when I fill a tank and the actual 180(ish) miles that I actually get

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Nutty GSER View Post
    Bloody KTM, they can't even fit an accurate computer.
    Nutty .... when it comes to fuel guages, I think that BMW is on a very sticky wicket ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giles View Post
    It's a 23 litre tank and I put in 21.5. So in theory still ... what ... 20 odd miles ?? But I guess there will always be fuel in the bottom of the tank that the fuel line can't get to ... ??
    That's pretty much the same as mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outtomunch View Post
    That'll explain the difference between the 320 miles range the computer tells me I have when I fill a tank and the actual 180(ish) miles that I actually get

    Andres

    Andres,

    The fuel range is in km irresespective of metric or imperial being selected. Try changing to km and you'll see the range doesn't change.

    Dave
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dellis View Post
    Andres,

    The fuel range is in km irresespective of metric or imperial being selected. Try changing to km and you'll see the range doesn't change.

    Dave
    God I'm stoopid!

    Thank you

    Andrés
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