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    Quote Originally Posted by Giles View Post
    Says Twiz ..... the 30 something adonis .....



    One more of carol ...

    Why is Yorkshire such a funny colour?

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    Why is Yorkshire such a funny colour?
    It's probably your Rose tinted water cooled specs .....

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    I think it belongs to the chap who was Tail End Charlie on Paul's Saturday ride.
    I'm not sure of his name but he had the patience of a Saint & was a throughly decent type (which must narrow it down, surely).

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    JB does a little dance on the way to the toilet.









    Dancing Flags on the Flinters Ghyll uphill endurance test



    top of the slog. worth it for the view.



    campsite from the air. camp KTM just about visible.



    yeah. weather was shit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timaloy View Post
    I think it belongs to the chap who was Tail End Charlie on Paul's Saturday ride.
    I'm not sure of his name but he had the patience of a Saint & was a throughly decent type (which must narrow it down, surely).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Giles View Post
    It's probably your Rose tinted water cooled specs .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giles View Post
    I believe his name was John ..... Very nice chap

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    Some early arrivals








    Route reconnaissance













    Starting to fill up












    Three Wheel Heaven




    Saturday ride








    A refugee from Paul's ride




    Tony's Sunday ride - Top of Buttertubs Pass








    Coffee stop at Romaldkirk. Much orangeness going on.






    Raffle time






    Bloody paparazzi...
    Life is short.
    And random.
    That's all you need to know...

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    Bloody paparazzi ......


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    Quote Originally Posted by Giles View Post
    Bloody paparazzi ......

    Big Brother, more like
    Life is short.
    And random.
    That's all you need to know...

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    Great pics Fran and also Cookie
    JohnnyBoxer



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

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    Paul's ride.

    I didn't take any pictures this year but I know some of you on my ride did.
    So if you managed to capture some of the carnage in the woods please share.
    Paul.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul nicholls View Post
    I didn't take any pictures this year but I know some of you on my ride did.
    So if you managed to capture some of the carnage in the woods please share.
    Paul.
    Hi Paul,

    I didn't manage to take any photo's either but just a big thanks for all your effort in planning and leading us on a fantastic route.

    We were out riding for over 8 hours and covered approx. 225 miles which varied from wading in muddy forrest trails to fast flowing smooth

    tarmac and just about everything in between !!

    One of the best days out on the bike ever !!

    Well done Paul and I look forward to next year

    Cheers

    John

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    Didn't get any of the gory stuff, too busy holding on the dear life.

    This is Squadron leader Nicholls looking pretty pleased with his mornings work

    Got to agree with John above, twas indeed one of the best ride outs I've ever done. Cheers fellas
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