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  1. No problem, welcome. As much as anything else...

    No problem, welcome.

    As much as anything else it’s just a question of looking at a map and imagination. Helped, of course, if you know the area (or indeed, France) a bit. The idea of cheating I...
  2. And curious as to whether the petrol pumps will...

    And curious as to whether the petrol pumps will be working on a Sunday.

    The thing that confuses and terrifies them most? Lea and Perrins and mustard that sears the eyeballs. Their mates told them...
  3. American Colonial War - Flintlock rifle making

    Some great woodworking and metal skills in this video.

    <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/X_O1-chxAdk" title="YouTube video player" frameborder="0"...
  4. He / they might be arriving in (or returning...

    He / they might be arriving in (or returning from) St Malo, for all we know.
  5. Just as a bit of fun I asked Kurviger to join the...

    Just as a bit of fun I asked Kurviger to join the three separate jaunts in post #16 together, giving me a circular Caen > Caen route.
    ...
  6. Tour in early May around Brittany, Normandy and Pays de Loire

    To take it a stage further, here is just the opening piece of this suggested itinerary;

    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20220120/e6506053bb6c002b8562d279364fae60.png

    Cut into ViaMichelin,...
  7. Tour in early May around Brittany, Normandy and Pays de Loire

    Thank you.

    It’s quite fun:

    A. Finding out what people actually want to do and why.

    B. Helping them to help themselves.

    C. Cheating.
  8. Tour in early May around Brittany, Normandy and Pays de Loire

    France, though much bigger than the UK and a bit foreign, is not devoid of hotels. As Wessie says in his excellent advice, France has anything and everything from the very basic Formula1 through to...
  9. Let’s start right at the beginning. A. Where...

    Let’s start right at the beginning.

    A. Where and when (ie. time) do you arrive in France?

    B. From where and when do depart from France?

    I ask this only in as much as some people say they...
  10. Have people gone to those areas of France in May?...

    Have people gone to those areas of France in May? Yes, not least those that live there.

    Have people gone without booking hotels, as they don’t know where they’ll be and want to ‘wing it?’ Yes.
    ...
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    Assuming, as you were struck from the rear, your...

    Assuming, as you were struck from the rear, your friend’s insurer has accepted liability.

    Which bits of the claim are rumbling on?

    A. Damage to your bike?

    B. Damage to your clothing, helmet...
  12. Thread: Tenerife

    by Wapping
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    https://www.ukgser.com/forums/showthread.php/55197...

    https://www.ukgser.com/forums/showthread.php/551972-Tenerife-Grand-Canaria-and-Lanzarote
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    The more I play around with MyRoute on my iPad,...

    The more I play around with MyRoute on my iPad, the better I am liking it.

    One advantage is the very easy way it will share a route in KML / KMZ, which will both display really well in Google...
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    Sticky: John, It would be great (and very kind) if you...

    John,

    It would be great (and very kind) if you could share a copy of the PDF, as I could then save it to iBooks.
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    Sticky: Hi John, No worries. I now see that the Issuu...

    Hi John,

    No worries. I now see that the Issuu penultimate and last page are both identical.

    Richard
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    Sticky: Zumo XT - Everything You Need To Know

    Many thanks, John.

    An excellent guide, really well put together. By all means, use this thread to notify any amendments or additions you make.

    Richard


    PS Just one comment. All the pages...
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    For ‘long time’ substitute ‘It’s been great…....

    For ‘long time’ substitute ‘It’s been great…. Used every day”.
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    Another Nextool Mini, the previous having lasted...

    Another Nextool Mini, the previous having lasted so well and been so useful?

    PS Get the next one in black. It’s much more tac tec, as the glint won’t give you away in Tesco’s car park.
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    Keep trying all you like. You can’t do it, as...

    Keep trying all you like.

    You can’t do it, as Garmin Express will not run on an iPad.
  20. Thank you, knut and for your reply via the 850 GS...

    Thank you, knut and for your reply via the 850 GS forum PM. I’ll reply to you later.

    I haven’t yet pulled the cover off, simply as I am away from home at the momrnt. Thank you for the advice about...
  21. 850 GSA panel, fuel tank and spark plug removal

    I share this only in as much as I wanted to take the top panel that goes over the tank on my 850 GSA off. Why? Simply to run a power lead up to the XT navigation device which I want to mount on an...
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    Were you heading down out of the alps in the...

    Were you heading down out of the alps in the first picture?
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    Agreed value usually only applies when a vehicle...

    Agreed value usually only applies when a vehicle is:

    a. Much better than a typical vehicle of that age. For example a fully restored 400-4 probably has an agreed value of more than one that has...
  24. I think Wessie has hit the nail on the head in...

    I think Wessie has hit the nail on the head in relation to post 53.

    The OP has a reluctance to use motorways, wants to limit the daily mileage, has a decent sized group of mixed riders, wants to...
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    Aha, I thought / hoped our resident spaghetti...

    Aha, I thought / hoped our resident spaghetti merchant would be able to confirm the article was right.

    The magazine article in full was the story of how some of the small party were on motorbikes...
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