Rallymoto Sprint - Sunday 26th May

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Re: Rallymoto Sprint - Sunday 26th May

Post by AndyB » Wed May 22, 2013 12:42 pm

Mike54 wrote:Forecast seems pretty good, just hope there is some rain on the fri/sat to keep the dust down.

I'll be there sat in a 53 plate white transit with a red awning if anyone wants to come and say hi.
What time are you arriving Mike? I think we'll be getting there around tea time on Saturday so if you're going to be there I'll come over and say hello.

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Re: Rallymoto Sprint - Sunday 26th May

Post by Rob 110 » Wed May 22, 2013 6:57 pm

i'll be there saturday helping lay the course out
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Re: Rallymoto Sprint - Sunday 26th May

Post by Mike54 » Wed May 22, 2013 8:58 pm

Reckon around 5pm Andy.

Realised earlier I needed new tyres, new sprockets, new rear pads, oil and filter/air filter change. So far I've done the oil and filters, broken a rim lock putting the mousse back in and found out that the sprockets I have mean a new chain. So I'll be the guy with the bloodied knuckles from mousses :laugh:

On the upside, the missus said she'd go out in the morning and get the other bits for me B)

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Re: Rallymoto Sprint - Sunday 26th May

Post by Browndog » Wed May 22, 2013 9:42 pm

Hi
I should be there about 6 on Saturday evening :)
Stuck a new TKC on the back of the GSA today, and the camping gear is ready to load on, so that's me ready.

I'll come over and say hello.

Cheers
Tony :)

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Re: Rallymoto Sprint - Sunday 26th May

Post by Mad Cow » Thu May 23, 2013 8:50 pm

I'll be rolling up sometime on Saturday afternoon, no prep to do on the bike as I had it all ready for the Pikes Peak but didn't make it 'cos the Land Rover chewed up a U/J and spat it out!

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Re: Rallymoto Sprint - Sunday 26th May

Post by Mike54 » Thu May 23, 2013 10:07 pm

Bike sorted. Roll on the weekend B)

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Re: Rallymoto Sprint - Sunday 26th May

Post by Tyrant68 » Thu May 23, 2013 10:34 pm

Can't wait.
2hrs left of work then thats it until tuesday B)
Be there 7ish sunday morning B)
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Re: Rallymoto Sprint - Sunday 26th May

Post by AndyB » Sun May 26, 2013 4:09 am

I've had to knock this on the head. I've had 3 or 4 days of coughing my way though the night and decided yesterday that it wasn't going to get any better so abandoned hope. I then decided to give it another try and if I was ok I'd set off at 4am with the bike in my works van rather than on the trailer so I could do illegal speeds much easier.

It's not man flu, it's a bloody allergy that I get for a couple of weeks every year and it leaves me with a mild headache which paracetamol clear and the nasty cough that anti histamine tablets help but I end up really tired so riding motorbikes off road at high speed isn't a good idea.

I'll have to see how I feel in a couple of hours but might ride over on the Multistrada just for the fun of it. Good luck everyone, enjoy the sunshine.

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Re: Rallymoto Sprint - Sunday 26th May

Post by MarkR » Sun May 26, 2013 6:20 pm

I told everyone that you had VD.
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Re: Rallymoto Sprint - Sunday 26th May

Post by AndyB » Sun May 26, 2013 6:23 pm

MarkR wrote:I told everyone that you had VD.
You're a real pal, that was supposed to be a secret in case Adie finds out.

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