I think we had the place to ourselves Tim I saw one bike and I think that was you. Did you turn right after the whoops then stop for a bit at a junction overlooking the film set then turn left? I was chatting to security so hidden by his car.
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After the whoops we turned left nice track up to German village.herman wrote: ↑Tue Jul 16, 2019 4:49 pmI think we had the place to ourselves Tim I saw one bike and I think that was you. Did you turn right after the whoops then stop for a bit at a junction overlooking the film set then turn left? I was chatting to security so hidden by his car.
Myself a Beemer GS and KTM 790.
After Tilshead we followed the really rutted track that runs next to the wheat field. Found some.poor sod had come off his DR and dislocated his shoulder .
Helped them out till cavalry arrived.
Some twat had also driven a BMW X5 along the ruts and beached his car on the centre so all his wheels were actually of the ground
By the time we got on northern perimeter it was getting on For 3pm. Beemer had a double puncture and when that was sorted they had to leave.to head on towards home..
Carried on own did Bulford
As you say very quite all day I think I saw 6 other bikes out no 4x4. Think everyone was at the rally
Didn't you go to rally or was this on way home
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It’s been suggested I only take photos of my bike from one side, so here’s one from the other side, to show its equally as beautiful from every angle. (Although I do favour one side (it’s the other one)).
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