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PostPosted: Wed Dec 29, 2010 9:33 pm 
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:lol: I was hoping that Fife one would be running. Any ken on the club/ride Rob?


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Ive never done a Sportive but up until the crap weather hit I was doing those kinda distances most saturday on my tod.
Kinross area isn't bad either :)
It says its a inaugural event but I can ask around, Ive got access to local
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I meant the fife century road club. No details if its running this year.

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Fife Century Road Club are planning to hold the 2010 Reliability Trials based on previous runs detailed below. ALL WELCOME. Signing on from 9 am. Runs will leave Falkland Village Hall from 9:30. The 63 mile run could be divided into a number of groups according to ability. NB These will start at 09:30 Signing-on for trials will be open from 9:00 - 9:45 a.m. and certificates awarded to all who finish. Entry fee is £5 (£2 for under 12s) and includes soup, stovies, sandwiches and full spread of home baking wit


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I could do a 60miler with a bit of trainning and a day or two to recover so long as its easy to get to the start finish point. Dont have a road bike and nearest I'd get would be a slick tyred mtb.


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 29, 2010 10:18 pm 
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kaiser wrote:
I meant the fife century road club. No details if its running this year.

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Fife Century Road Club are planning to hold the 2010 Reliability Trials based on previous runs detailed below. ALL WELCOME. Signing on from 9 am. Runs will leave Falkland Village Hall from 9:30. The 63 mile run could be divided into a number of groups according to ability. NB These will start at 09:30 Signing-on for trials will be open from 9:00 - 9:45 a.m. and certificates awarded to all who finish. Entry fee is £5 (£2 for under 12s) and includes soup, stovies, sandwiches and full spread of home baking wit


V I can find out about that no bother :wink:

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would be up for one of those road ride things to.


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I may get a road bike this year, need to try something, aint getting out on the MTB enough :oops:

Always thought roadbikes are fine, it's all the dic*heads in cars trying to kill you that spoils it a tad :roll:


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Might try to ressurrect the threat of an Arran loop in Jan or Feb if anyones interested.


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the couple that run some of the fife century events ,jill and graham barclay
are nice folk

a lot of the other fife c guys(not all) are a bit ...well ....you know


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mikee wrote:
the couple that run some of the fife century events ,jill and graham barclay
are nice folk

a lot of the other fife c guys(not all) are a bit ...well ....you know



Up their own asses :lol:

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