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Thread: Sailsbury plain 3rd sep novice

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    Hi James. If you plan to do this again please let me know. I rode around this area with the Glos TRF a couple of months ago on my CRF250 which was great fun. I've just bought a 690 Enduro R and would like to ride it on a novice type ride. Thanks.

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    Yea this has already happened, I will be heading up this sat if you want to take your 690 out for a ride.

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    That will be great. I could get there for 11. Would this fit in with your plans?

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    Yea that's fine where are you heading from?

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    From Gloucester. Can we meet at the garage just up the hill from the M4 roundabout? Looking forward to it.

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    Hi James. Just wanted to say thanks for leading me around Sailsbury Plain today. You really can ride your GSA where most wouldn't take a 250! Thanks again and look forward to riding with you again.

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