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Thread: BMW Off Road Course - TIPS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bristolsaint View Post
    Thanks for the advice, chaps. I think I've got it narrowed down to the following:-

    1. I'll get too hot, or I won't
    2. I need a camelback, or I don't

    I'm booked into the Old Tredegar, so no worries there. I'm hoping my Revit Airwave kit will do, along with a pair of hired boots and some vented gloves.

    I'll try to remember to do a review in early August

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    It's this weekend. I'm getting a bit anxious now. Anyone else going?

    I'll ride up from Hampshire on Friday. It's about 175 miles and a good test for my new Sargent seat. Three nights at the Old Tredegar and a bimble home on Monday, hopefully not too bruised and battered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pathologic View Post
    My one piece of advice is don't travel down to the course by bike. You will probably not want to have to get on a bike at the end of the course. At least I didn't.
    Did a similar two day course with Triumph (200 yards from the Beemer base) a few months ago. Finished on the Sunday afternoon around 16:00hrs, changed into my road kit and then rode back to Glasgow. It's only 400 odd miles, what's the problem?

    I have to say a Tiger 1200 is a bit too much for my skill level off road. The 800's were great.
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