Snow Trails Yorkshire

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olionel
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Re: Snow Trails Yorkshire

Post by olionel » Mon Dec 19, 2011 9:00 am

wow looks nice. I think Id've came off in the double figures if it was that slippy :D I'll be out again around Jan time (or when I get a knobblier rear).

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adimurp
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Re: Snow Trails Yorkshire

Post by adimurp » Mon Dec 19, 2011 10:52 am

olionel wrote:wow looks nice. I think Id've came off in the double figures if it was that slippy :D I'll be out again around Jan time (or when I get a knobblier rear).
I reckon if you see mike beddows in private he'll give you a knobbly rear......
no cuff too tough....

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Re: Snow Trails Yorkshire

Post by beddowsm » Mon Dec 19, 2011 10:58 am

adimurp wrote:
olionel wrote:wow looks nice. I think Id've came off in the double figures if it was that slippy :D I'll be out again around Jan time (or when I get a knobblier rear).
I reckon if you see mike beddows in private he'll give you a knobbly rear......
Sorry Adi, I'm reserved for the ladies only.

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Re: Snow Trails Yorkshire

Post by adimurp » Mon Dec 19, 2011 11:07 am

awh, another strikeout...
no cuff too tough....

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Re: Snow Trails Yorkshire

Post by adimurp » Mon Dec 19, 2011 11:09 am

is there anything planned for this week with you lads? i'm heading down tomorrow
no cuff too tough....

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Re: Snow Trails Yorkshire

Post by beddowsm » Mon Dec 19, 2011 11:12 am

adimurp wrote:is there anything planned for this week with you lads? i'm heading down tomorrow
Nothing for me now until the new year. Not sure what others are doing.

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Re: Snow Trails Yorkshire

Post by adimurp » Mon Dec 19, 2011 11:14 am

no worries pal, any takers?
no cuff too tough....

drz daggy
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Re: Snow Trails Yorkshire

Post by drz daggy » Mon Dec 19, 2011 11:37 am

hi tenbob says i mist a right good day and by the look of the pic,s i feel gutted drz daggy:( :(

piguglyshandydrinker
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Re: Snow Trails Yorkshire

Post by piguglyshandydrinker » Mon Dec 19, 2011 1:00 pm

Hi all, had a great ride out on the **"easy trails, nothing serious, suitable for novices..." it was a bit chilly in places but we soon warmed up though!
I was frozen riding 100 miles home with wet feet from paddling through semi frozen bog lol, stopped at Squires for a brew & warm up before heading back past Castle Howard & over a cold snowy Blakey ridge then disaster - a blown headlight fuse plunged me into darkness entering a tight righthander. My own fault - the twin headlights on dipped and 'passing' (high beam) was just too much for the 10a fuse!

Cheers for leading some good routes B)

Adi, I'm in Saltburn this week with the bike on hol so if you fancy a run out.....:whistle: :whistle:

Phil
** quote from Mr Beddows....

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Re: Snow Trails Yorkshire

Post by adimurp » Mon Dec 19, 2011 1:18 pm

that's a fair rideout pal!!! i'm heading the other way unfortunately pal, otherwise i probably would have.
no cuff too tough....

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