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    Peak District Byways For Learners On Bigger Bikes ?

    Does anyone have any recommendation or experience of any Peak District byways, that are suitable for relatively inexperienced off road riders, I'm on the R1200GSA and a friend is on a new Africa Twin. Great Longstone looks good so far, any others?.

    Heading up there camping in Bakewell this weekend.
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    If you want I will take you out on Sunday morning for an hour or two?
    I will be on a 1200GS

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    That's a great offer thank you!! Will speak to my mate and see what the plan is, we were due to head off Sunday morning but this sounds ace !

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    If you Have you a garmin I will send you some waypoints for easy trails yer can play on send email to mickdb1@gmail.com

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    Thanks very much, I have the Nav V, so i'll send you an email.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkyGod View Post
    If you want I will take you out on Sunday morning for an hour or two?
    I will be on a 1200GS

    Yonderman cafe at 0830 and I like Bacon!!!!!!
    Just heard a friend died on his bike last night, not sure I'm even heading up that way now, it's kinda taken the wind out my sails, so will take a rain check on your offer if possible and thanks again for the offer.
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    Wow!
    That sucks. I am sorry for the loss of your friend and for his family. Makes us all think.

    I am sure you will only receive understanding on here.

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    Sorry to hear this: commiserations.

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