Lairyskippy - Off Road C Leader

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Post by Lairyskippy » Sat Sep 01, 2012 5:06 am

minkyhead wrote:I amazed at how many want to 'take the easy option', I normally get loads of shit for that

just riding the trails and enjoying the views and the company is what a lot of people want ,,, so yeh why not .. you dont have to do the haffron enduro every time you leave the house should be good B)
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Post by mikeyboy » Sat Sep 01, 2012 7:52 am

i would like to join you all if thats ok.i will be on my funduro ;)
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Post by Lairyskippy » Sat Sep 01, 2012 8:02 am

No problem mate, I'll add you to the list

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Post by Lairyskippy » Sun Sep 02, 2012 11:17 am

So it seems after the initial rush we now have a settled number. However, if anyone else wants to tag along let me know. I'll put together a route over the next couple of weeks and share it with you and then if there's any additional bits people want we can build them in, or if there's anything you don't fancy we can take it out.

Simples ;)

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Post by MHsnowy » Sun Sep 02, 2012 4:45 pm

Lairyskippy wrote:So it seems after the initial rush we now have a settled number. However, if anyone else wants to tag along let me know. I'll put together a route over the next couple of weeks and share it with you and then if there's any additional bits people want we can build them in, or if there's anything you don't fancy we can take it out.

Simples ;)
Or you can always go around. :kiss: :kiss:

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Post by picos mestizo » Sun Sep 02, 2012 5:17 pm

I bet it won't be that easy to be able to ride all day without taking a dab.
Nothing better than just staying on the peggs all day without too much sweat & fuss. Picking all the clean lines on the off tarnac stuff. Great feeling of a good days ride with your mates.
All that stopping & falling off is far too energetic for me!
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Post by Lairyskippy » Mon Sep 03, 2012 5:08 am

MHsnowy wrote:
Lairyskippy wrote:So it seems after the initial rush we now have a settled number. However, if anyone else wants to tag along let me know. I'll put together a route over the next couple of weeks and share it with you and then if there's any additional bits people want we can build them in, or if there's anything you don't fancy we can take it out.

Simples ;)
Or you can always go around. :kiss: :kiss:
I'm surprised its taken so long for one of you lot to say something :P . Well, are you man enough to come camping up here in November, you can try that X Challenge thing you will certainly be buying :lol:

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Post by Lairyskippy » Mon Sep 03, 2012 5:09 am

picos mestizo wrote:I bet it won't be that easy to be able to ride all day without taking a dab.
Nothing better than just staying on the peggs all day without too much sweat & fuss. Picking all the clean lines on the off tarnac stuff. Great feeling of a good days ride with your mates.
All that stopping & falling off is far too energetic for me!
Absolutely ;)

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Post by MHsnowy » Mon Sep 03, 2012 7:23 am

Lairyskippy wrote:
MHsnowy wrote:
Lairyskippy wrote:So it seems after the initial rush we now have a settled number. However, if anyone else wants to tag along let me know. I'll put together a route over the next couple of weeks and share it with you and then if there's any additional bits people want we can build them in, or if there's anything you don't fancy we can take it out.

Simples ;)
Or you can always go around. :kiss: :kiss:
I'm surprised its taken so long for one of you lot to say something :P . Well, are you man enough to come camping up here in November, you can try that X Challenge thing you will certainly be buying :lol:
Well unless it snows the weather can't be much worse than the other times we've been up there in the so called summer camping!
Are you staying at the same campsite?
Having trouble locating a bike at the moment but still looking. Worse ways I can always come on the 450 exc.
I haven't done much in the last month as my back problem has returned but a lot worse than when I had it in February (had to miss the dragon because of it). As you know I'm not one to dodge trip or trail!
Hopefully see you then.

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Re: Lairyskippy - Off Road C Leader

Post by Lairyskippy » Mon Sep 03, 2012 7:58 am

Yup, same site mate and surely we are due some decent-ish weather? I'll stick you on the list then, what about Buster??

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