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Re: Forum influence

Post by Simon_100 » Fri Jul 21, 2017 11:41 am

Living where I do I get lots of advice and a great deal of fun, anecdotes, jokes, etc. as I can go for months on end without speaking to another Brit - part form Mrs S and we have our own language based on grunts and snarls ... :whistle:
But as for 'influence', well probably not. All my life I've done my own thing - almost pathologically the opposite of what everyone around me is doing ...
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Re: Forum influence

Post by Brenhden » Fri Jul 21, 2017 1:42 pm

As someone who only got a bike a few years ago I've found it really useful although I'm sure I ignore twice as much advise as I've taken. The tools and repairs tips I've got have been great and also being able to ask stupid questions without getting too much grief. As for destinations I've already chosen all those based on looking at maps when I was a kid, that said the ABR challenge 2016 castle tours I did were completely excellent (thumbs)
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