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Thought i'd give this a nudge, still on for May 16th Neddy?


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I hope so I am really looking forward to this. Only got one month to build the new Greg up!


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Like the sound of the 16th.
Hopefully finish one of my projects by then, but if not, Olmo is always
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I'll put some miles in on the Orange so we can get to know each other better.


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sinnett177 wrote:
Thought i'd give this a nudge, still on for May 16th Neddy?

I was thinking the same myself. Great minds and all that..........

I'm OK for it if you are.

Can we have a list of potential attendees so that I can give some sort of warning to the cafe.

I'll post a small map so that finding it shouldn't be difficult, it's only 5 minutes from the M62. I'll try and sort out a couple of routes in the next couple of weeks - that is if we need more than one. How far do we want to go? I was thinking of 30-40 miles, say a couple of hours or so and then back to the cafe for loads of tea and cakes.

So, to start -

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Old Ned wrote:
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Thought i'd give this a nudge, still on for May 16th Neddy?

I was thinking the same myself. Great minds and all that..........

I'm OK for it if you are.

Can we have a list of potential attendees so that I can give some sort of warning to the cafe.

I'll post a small map so that finding it shouldn't be difficult, it's only 5 minutes from the M62. I'll try and sort out a couple of routes in the next couple of weeks - that is if we need more than one. How far do we want to go? I was thinking of 30-40 miles, say a couple of hours or so and then back to the cafe for loads of tea and cakes.

So, to start -

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I usually finish work at 3am on a Sunday morning so expect so expect some bleary eyes


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legrandefromage wrote:

I usually finish work at 3am on a Sunday morning so expect so expect some bleary eyes


I bet you'll still be in a better state than you were at the Peaks Ride!


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That sounds good Ned, i'm normally ok for a 15 mile per hour average.
As long as your not going to take us, to every hill in the area.
Is it always sunny in yorkshire?. :)
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That sounds good Ned, i'm normally ok for a 15 mile per hour average.
As long as your not going to take us, to every hill in the area.
Is it always sunny in yorkshire?. :)
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No hills in this area!

Apart from the odd railway bridge or two.


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Sounds great Ned, looking forward to this.


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