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Thread: Matlock Bath Protest Ride

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawvar View Post
    If you turn up ill buy you some chips
    Its a date
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    Quote Originally Posted by lawvar View Post
    If you turn up ill buy you some chips
    A bear is for life not just xmas,especially if you start feeding him
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    Don't worry chips are vegetables and as such part of your 5 a day

    5 portions means you've fulfilled your daily needs

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    Great turn out today, cold but dry didn't keep anybody away as hundreds/thousands of bikers of all sorts came to support the cause. Never seen so many bikers, at one point it was like a mountain finish on the Tour De France those that had parked up cheering on those still riding through. Pretty impressive

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    Went as well. Unsure how many bikes but I've heard from 4000 to 5700!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peak-Park View Post
    Great turn out today, cold but dry didn't keep anybody away as hundreds/thousands of bikers of all sorts came to support the cause. Never seen so many bikers, at one point it was like a mountain finish on the Tour De France those that had parked up cheering on those still riding through. Pretty impressive
    any feedback from the Council ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oyster View Post
    any feedback from the Council ?
    Yeh, they said that thousands of bikers clogged up the roads.
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    I'm pleased it was a good turnout. Lets hope the council take notice.

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    Here's some pictures - looks like a LOT of bikes.... not that i went but i support the cause from the fireside this fine evening..
    http://www.burtonmail.co.uk/4-000-bi.../story.html#17

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