Who is in the yorkshire group

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Re: Who is in the yorkshire group

Post by DG » Wed Oct 09, 2013 6:30 pm

How about a ride over to Hawes? There's a half decent roman road on the way(ish) Salters Fell, easy enough on big bikes too.
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Re: Who is in the yorkshire group

Post by Sykesy » Wed Oct 09, 2013 6:47 pm

[quote="Elle"

So for the 1st meeting, how about meeting at Squires on Sunday October 27th at 10-10.30am? If the weather is ok, we could have a road ride starting at 11.30?

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Glad someone has sorted a meet up. It'll be good! See you there : )




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Re: Who is in the yorkshire group

Post by Elle » Wed Oct 09, 2013 7:44 pm

DG wrote:How about a ride over to Hawes? There's a half decent roman road on the way(ish) Salters Fell, easy enough on big bikes too.
You mean this one?

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I'd rather be on my trail bike but if that's what some folk want to do, I'm sure there's a tarmac route too :)
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Re: Who is in the yorkshire group

Post by Earwig » Wed Oct 09, 2013 7:46 pm

Can't do this weekend as at meeting Saturday :( and racing (sailing B) ) Sunday

Anyone interested in improving their road skills .... Harrogate Advanced Bikes first indoor meet of the winter at 7:30pm next Monday (14th) at Bilton Cricket Club, Harrogate. Gives a look :)

http://www.harrogateadvancedbikes.co.uk ... r-meeting/

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Re: Who is in the yorkshire group

Post by Elle » Wed Oct 09, 2013 8:06 pm

Africa John wrote:bugger! first one and I'm a dib out :(
OK :)
Multirider wrote:Can't do that weekend, off to Kazakhstan.
Poor excuse ;)
almar wrote:a matter of just turning up rather than a guarantee of attendance.
No problem :)
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Re: Who is in the yorkshire group

Post by DG » Wed Oct 09, 2013 9:03 pm

Elle wrote:
DG wrote:How about a ride over to Hawes? There's a half decent roman road on the way(ish) Salters Fell, easy enough on big bikes too.
You mean this one?

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I'd rather be on my trail bike but if that's what some folk want to do, I'm sure there's a tarmac route too :)
Ha ha yes that's the one. The shaily hill is the worst part of it, I've done it two up with my missus on my 950 Adventure. But if folk don't want to have a go, (it's not that difficult) there are roads into Hawes.
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Re: Who is in the yorkshire group

Post by Elle » Wed Oct 09, 2013 9:38 pm

800gs_ant wrote:Littrally I was going to put a post up about a ride out on Sat the 26th but the Sun is no problem, count me in. :laugh:
I also had the idea of meeting up at squires and going from there.
Great! :)
Best to avoid Squires on Saturday mornings as the York IAM group meet there & it would be easy to get caught up in the different groups of riders on the road.
800gs_ant wrote:Where was everyone thinking of heading to?
Depart Squires 11.30am aiming to return by 4pm - perhaps 100-150 miles.
I know a few nice cafés in both directions so will create a bit of twisty B & C route - how does that sound?
Destination - east or west = weather dependent
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Re: Who is in the yorkshire group

Post by 800gs_ant » Thu Oct 10, 2013 10:13 am

Sounds spot on to me :cheer:

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Who is in the yorkshire group

Post by sanensafe » Tue Dec 31, 2013 2:53 pm

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