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PostPosted: Wed Oct 29, 2008 6:25 pm 
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Come across this on the time trialling forum and thought it may be of interest to those of us who might like to 'have a go' at some time next year.

Looks to be ideal for us Retrobikers, especially as the forum is TT registered.

Races across the country so everyone could be in with a chance of at least one ride.

http://www.planet-x-warehouse.co.uk/?p=2299

Organised by the great Mr Ian Cammish.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 02, 2008 9:26 pm 
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I haven't ridden the F1 in 14 years. Don't think I'd get near the 'hour' anymore.......


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 03, 2008 9:15 am 
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MadCowKev wrote:
I haven't ridden the F1 in 14 years. Don't think I'd get near the 'hour' anymore.......


God, the F1, that brings back memories!


Me, on the F1, when I was 15 :shock:


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 03, 2008 2:02 pm 
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for those of us who never road a narrow tired bike in anger before - whats 'F1'?


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legrandefromage wrote:
for those of us who never road a narrow tired bike in anger before - whats 'F1'?


Time Trial courses throughout the country were given codes in the RTTC Handbook.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 03, 2008 5:41 pm 
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How useful does everyone else find the RTTC handbook? Is it just me that was disappointed with its content!


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 04, 2008 1:35 pm 
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retrojon wrote:
How useful does everyone else find the RTTC handbook? Is it just me that was disappointed with its content!


BITD is was useful.....but I sacked off time trials in 97/98ish and havent picked one up since! :lol:


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retrojon wrote:
How useful does everyone else find the RTTC handbook? Is it just me that was disappointed with its content!


Isn't everything you need on the CTT website these days? Do you actually need to have a handbook at all?

I only thought they were good when I had my name in the last years results pages :wink: :roll:

Whatever, is anyone going to have a go next year :?:


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Old Ned wrote:
retrojon wrote:
How useful does everyone else find the RTTC handbook? Is it just me that was disappointed with its content!


Isn't everything you need on the CTT website these days? Do you actually need to have a handbook at all?

I only thought they were good when I had my name in the last years results pages :wink: :roll:

Whatever, is anyone going to have a go next year :?:


I'm going to.


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TheGreenRabbit wrote:
Old Ned wrote:
retrojon wrote:
How useful does everyone else find the RTTC handbook? Is it just me that was disappointed with its content!


Isn't everything you need on the CTT website these days? Do you actually need to have a handbook at all?

I only thought they were good when I had my name in the last years results pages :wink: :roll:

Whatever, is anyone going to have a go next year :?:


I'm going to.


Where, in UK or US?


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