I should change this
- May 18, 2003
- Reaction score
- and this as well...
thanks guys .it was a good first 24 hour on UKGSer for me .shame i never found out a day faster to come on the ride out but im shore the will be next time
Big thanks from me and JusStan.
Top job by Bryn, Lynn and the Lumb Farm crew
Another great weekend with fabulous company (well most of them were!)
Big thanks to everyone who helped with my little puncture episode on saturday
Paul hope your head cleared enough for the ride home and Packer i hope your satnav didnt pack up
OH !!! and thanks to the TWAT that messed my fecking Wobblybox mirrors up..
£105 for 2 new electric heated mirrors, being as wiring is ripped out of the glass
Proff, you can buy electrically conductive epoxy resin glue. Just stick them back on. RS Components stock it I believe.
Went up with 2 bikes
came back with one
But I KNOW it will be loved and cherished .. unlike the one I didn't sell
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Thanks to everyone who organised this event.
Long drive up which took me all day Friday to get there due to traffic holdups. Excellent night off-road ride on Friday led by Mick. Unfortunately, my wrist injury gave me grief which prevented me joining the hardcore off-road on Saturday. Instead I joined the "easy" Mick route which lasted about 100 yards before we had broken rider and bike Bike and rider repaired OK in afternoon with help from fellow tossers. I went out for mountain bike ride in afternoon to work up a thirst for the evening.
Total lightweight on the drinking front as well. Fell asleep after a couple of pints and went to bed at 10.30pm virtually sober. Must have been tired as I slept right through all the entertainment from others.
Long drive back home on Sunday. Round trip of 540kms according to my Hymer. Got to within 5 miles of home and engine blew up! Loud bang followed by clunking noises and then total silence. Luckily my neighbour turned out with a tow rope and pulled me home. Just glad it didn't happen further from home.
Great event, well worth the travel to get there.