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    Err. 'ang on, i'm a Manc too (albeit hiding in...

    Err. 'ang on, i'm a Manc too (albeit hiding in Wales) and i can manage a full pint i'll have you know, cheeky sod :D:beerjug:
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    Tiffany Coates (thank's for the heads up Paul)...

    Tiffany Coates (thank's for the heads up Paul) has posted on Facebook about her very positive experiences of doing
    1500 miles through the Himalayas on a Himalayan without any bother and loves the...
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    Good man, you'll love it :thumb2 Do make sure...

    Good man, you'll love it :thumb2

    Do make sure you get booked in for the early morning Yoga sessions held in the beer tent (funny as feck to watch) :D

    I took my own grub and a good few tins of...
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    I'm interested in the Monsoon panniers, they look...

    I'm interested in the Monsoon panniers, they look good kit and would suit the Himalayan a treat i reckon :)
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    Like you Mike, if the weather is right, as i've...

    Like you Mike, if the weather is right, as i've not been to Scotland yet this year i intend to fill my boots a bit so will be extending the trip.
    Not been up to Durness for a while so may head on up...
  6. A great place/way to start is by doing a search...

    A great place/way to start is by doing a search in this forum and you will find shed loads on the subject :thumb2
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    That's it, i'm in for 2020. Just booked my early...

    That's it, i'm in for 2020. Just booked my early Bird ticket :thumb2
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    You did well Sy. I passed Jeff as he was parked...

    You did well Sy. I passed Jeff as he was parked up in a laybye having a breather regaining his strength to get to the end which, of course, he did :D
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    I completely agree. It's one road to a safer you....

    I completely agree. It's one road to a safer you. :thumb2

    At the end of it all, decades of experience or being trained to the Nth. degree can go a long way towards but can carry no guarantees of...
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    If a pilot is still flying after 30 years it's...

    If a pilot is still flying after 30 years it's pretty obvious he/she knows what they are doing as they would have come a cropper long ago if
    they didn't as aviating is a very unforgiving thing to...
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    There you go :thumb2

    There you go :thumb2
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    "You can't educate pork" what a crass statement....

    "You can't educate pork" what a crass statement. you make my case for me :D
    You are the elite and we are inferior to you advanced rider gods cos, you have the badges :D
  13. Enjoyed watching that, Ta :thumb2 Great little...

    Enjoyed watching that, Ta :thumb2

    Great little bike the Himalayan :D
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    Really!! Passed the IAM test with a first,...

    Really!! Passed the IAM test with a first, whatever that means, and you say, "now the learning starts"!!
    So, the IAM test is no more than a basic test one step up from direct access then :nenau...
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    Arriving in Dawson City safe and sound that day...

    Arriving in Dawson City safe and sound that day was a great feeling. I felt like a proper adventure biker :D
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    This...



    And this

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    Just done it on mine. Motorworks supplied the...

    Just done it on mine. Motorworks supplied the gaiter and, it's a doddle of a job.



    Unship it and if when you lift the gaiter it looks clean and greased plus it feels firm to push around
    with...
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    You want to take a GS off road into the middle...

    You want to take a GS off road into the middle nowhere two up, loaded with camping gear and, with zero off road experience, what can possibly go wrong :rolleyes:
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    The bloke camped next to me at the ABR Festival...

    The bloke camped next to me at the ABR Festival had one of those and loved it. No probs with it at all.
    Damned sight cheaper than the Jetboil.
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    I do know someone who may be interested. Can't...

    I do know someone who may be interested. Can't get hold of him at the moment though.
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    Just seen this Micky, my condolences mate...

    Just seen this Micky, my condolences mate...
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    I have mine on the setting which allows me to...

    I have mine on the setting which allows me to have as much foot in contact with the floor as possible and it's been that way
    for the last 50K only adjusting for two up or fully loaded...
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    Agreed, i live in North Wales and have what is...

    Agreed, i live in North Wales and have what is pretty much riding Nirvana in easy reach :thumb2
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    I was in the lower field and could see my tent...

    I was in the lower field and could see my tent while sitting having a pint :) Yes it was excellent there and as i took and cooked my own food brewed my own coffee i didn't have any problems with...
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    825 to 845 mm. it says in the specs.

    825 to 845 mm. it says in the specs.
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