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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocket Ron View Post
    well that is the first and last time we will be going to dent
    Well fuck off then ... your loss, not ours!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Micky View Post
    Well fuck off then ... your loss, not ours!
    Well said missed this years having been to the others I'm looking forward to next year even if it does mean spending time with Giles and Johno

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatal View Post
    Thanks to Johnny Boxer for leading us around the dales.
    Seconded - a fantastic day out! Many thanks Johnny, I learned lots & will be practising ready for next year!!

    Damon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chalky723 View Post
    Seconded - a fantastic day out! Many thanks Johnny, I learned lots & will be practising ready for next year!!

    Damon
    Good to meet you and thanks for the Haribo's

    Our roads are a bit twisty, but you soon got the hang of it and did really well
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    So many roads...........So little time......

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    I'd like to say a big thanks to Paul Nicholls for the off road ride, had an absolute blast and managed to stay on the beast despite it being the first time I'd had it off road.
    Learned the hard way that skimping by buying Frank Thomas textiles was a mistake, constant rain meant I was permanently wet through inside and out. Time to spank the bank for something better, just don't tell the wife!!!
    Rob. (Shoecroft)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diamond GSer View Post
    I'd like to say a big thanks to Paul Nicholls for the off road ride, had an absolute blast and managed to stay on the beast despite it being the first time I'd had it off road.
    Learned the hard way that skimping by buying Frank Thomas textiles was a mistake, constant rain meant I was permanently wet through inside and out. Time to spank the bank for something better, just don't tell the wife!!!
    Rob. (Shoecroft)
    Was a tad moist at times.
    First time offered, wow, well done.

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    Yes big Thanks to Paul N for another fantastic days riding

    The weather was challenging at times but just added to the overall great days experience.

    (infact the wetter it got the faster my mate appeared to ride on his old Africa Twin with nobblies )

    Many thanks Paul and I look forward to next year

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    Thanks again Johnny for a fab ride, Bring your other better than new 1150 GSA out of the bubble for the next one as im dying to see it, great to see Bungy and the boys again, best Dent yet and cant wait for next year

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    Quote Originally Posted by skid06 View Post
    Thanks again Johnny for a fab ride, Bring your other better than new 1150 GSA out of the bubble for the next one as im dying to see it, great to see Bungy and the boys again, best Dent yet and cant wait for next year
    A very enjoyable weekend and many beers were drunk. Loads of highlights but seeing clear daylight beneath both of your wheels several times on the rideout would have been "fun" but seeing it with you having a pillion had me chuckling in my lid.
    I can't believe you only managed a short notice surf and turf for Saturdays dinner

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    Quote Originally Posted by YellowRS View Post
    Yes big Thanks to Paul N for another fantastic days riding

    The weather was challenging at times but just added to the overall great days experience.

    (infact the wetter it got the faster my mate appeared to ride on his old Africa Twin with nobblies )

    Many thanks Paul and I look forward to next year
    Your welcome mate. I really enjoyed the day.
    Have you seen the picture of the train over the viaduct? If only we had a camera eh???
    Can't remember his name, wonder if he is ok?

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