Wild Camp or Hi Di Hi at the Midlands rally - the choice is yours

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Re: Wild Camp or Hi Di Hi at the Midlands rally - the choice is yours

Post by Tramp » Sun May 01, 2011 12:26 pm

Sheep dip as a wash ? mine comes out of the same named bottle....

oncee camped the best bet is to use a foldable water carrier and fill up on the bike and throw it over the rear seat...like a "Rustled sheep":woohoo: .

And as for beer, easiest option is stop off at the local supermarket on the way in or back from a ride out for provisions....or send the BMW panzer tank or phone tesco home delivers:laugh: :laugh:

everythings possible it just the thought thats required...

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Re: Wild Camp or Hi Di Hi at the Midlands rally - the choice is yours

Post by Treadtrader » Sun May 01, 2011 3:34 pm

Beer supplies can be arranged easily.
The farm is only 10 minutes from my house, we can run to and from the "offy" with our old Disco. :woohoo:
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Re: Wild Camp or Hi Di Hi at the Midlands rally - the choice is yours

Post by Alphadog43 » Sun May 01, 2011 6:04 pm

Having ridden around it today it has got to be the farm :woohoo:

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Re: Wild Camp or Hi Di Hi at the Midlands rally - the choice is yours

Post by Jammin » Mon May 02, 2011 7:34 pm

Unfortunately i'm away that weekend :(
If you want a porta loo company we use Tardis, the're based in Wolverhampton but deliver all over, Alun, i'll dig the number out.
I've got a spare 40 litre aqua roll for a water supply if you need it & a couple of Gazeebo's you can use. There's Shipston on Stour Lesiure Centre about 5 miles away if anyone needs a shower or a poss toilet...
Now the important bit...there's an offy in Ettington (2.5 miles), Newbold on Stour (1.5 miles away) & a shop/garage about half a mile away.
If i think of anything else, i post it up.
Happy Camping !!!

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Re: Wild Camp or Hi Di Hi at the Midlands rally - the choice is yours

Post by f2uk » Tue May 03, 2011 7:59 pm

Treadtrader wrote:Beer supplies can be arranged easily.
The farm is only 10 minutes from my house, we can run to and from the "offy" with our old Disco. :woohoo:
will that hold enough? :huh:

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Re: Wild Camp or Hi Di Hi at the Midlands rally - the choice is yours

Post by herbie » Tue May 03, 2011 9:25 pm

count me in its a great place and the farmer man is really friendly
might even let you have a go on his sheep if things get desperado

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Re: Wild Camp or Hi Di Hi at the Midlands rally - the choice is yours

Post by herbie » Tue May 03, 2011 9:51 pm

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Re: Wild Camp or Hi Di Hi at the Midlands rally - the choice is yours

Post by Harty » Tue May 03, 2011 9:58 pm

Are we allowed to trailer our bikes up(2 x DRZ400 and 1 XR400) they are all road legal and insured, the farm looks like good fun :-)
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Re: Wild Camp or Hi Di Hi at the Midlands rally - the choice is yours

Post by Alun » Wed May 04, 2011 6:37 am

Harty wrote:Are we allowed to trailer our bikes up(2 x DRZ400 and 1 XR400) they are all road legal and insured, the farm looks like good fun :-)
What's wrong with riding up? :)

I know this is a touchy subject for some and speaking personally I'm on the fence. On the one side it's a motorcycle rally and if you can you should ride to it (I've a DRZ) on the other hand I'm a great believer in all are welcome.

On balance I think it's fine. Let me know on the thread below if you're coming I need to have an idea of numbers

http://www.adventurebikerider.com/forum ... t-aug.html

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Re: Wild Camp or Hi Di Hi at the Midlands rally - the choice is yours

Post by Harty » Wed May 04, 2011 9:32 am

Hi Alun

I don't mind riding up from Devon, it's whether my two compardres are prepared to?? But thanks for clarifying that it's a motorcycle rally and understand the bitterness ;-) (Only kidding). I'm def going to attend, so as soon as I have confirmations I'll stick the names down on the 'ze list'

Cheers
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