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    Surrey Hills - Sunday 29th May

    Meet at Newlands Corner at 10.00hrs

    Who's in?
    Thomas! There's a mouse duck in the house!





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    Bring your pogos, GSs and yer rented Harleys - it should be a hoot!
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    any idea on plan/route?

    I'm keen but need to be other side of High Wycombe at 3pm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danjacks View Post
    any idea on plan/route?

    I'm keen but need to be other side of High Wycombe at 3pm.
    Just bail out at any time .......
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    I'd be up for that. Parking a van at Newlands for the day shouldn't be a problem should it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Melch View Post
    I'd be up for that. Parking a van at Newlands for the day shouldn't be a problem should it?
    It's never been a problem in the past.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Masters View Post
    It's never been a problem in the past.
    Good oh! See you there.
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    you putting your bike in the back for when it breaks down ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by theoneandonly View Post
    you putting your bike in the back for when it breaks down ?
    Erm......no, I'm putting it in the back because it is a thoroughly miserable experience riding it on the road.
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    Sorry I can't make this outing.....but do let me know when the next one is as I've never ridden the Surrey Hills area......
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    Lest I forget, I'll be in a blue Mitsubishi towing a brace of Husabergs.
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    Is this an on or off road ride?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Masters View Post
    Lest I forget, I'll be in a blue Mitsubishi towing a brace of Husabergs.
    I'll be in a silver VW Transporter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oddshapedballs View Post
    Is this an on or off road ride?
    It's quite dry, so a well-ridden road bike might be OK some much of the route....

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    Quote Originally Posted by oddshapedballs View Post
    Is this an on or off road ride?
    Here's the start of the route as snapped by Mr Google last summer
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    A reminder for anyone thinking of joining us, it's Sunday at 10.00hrs at Newlands Corner.

    Thomas! There's a mouse duck in the house!





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