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PostPosted: Wed Jun 30, 2010 5:33 pm 
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I want to congatulate my team on a top notch performance at mayhem ! For all the abuse you get Mr K i say fare play to you for getting round on the historic muddy fox! You three organise yourselves a night of curry, laughter,shoeing and beer cause i'm still working this crappy night shift so it will be difficult for me to make it chaps. :wink:


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sinnett177 wrote:
mrkawasaki wrote:
Howabout we all do the July 8th Clayton Vale then get a curry in Rusholme on the way home??

Mr K

Liking your thinking Neil, last one to finish gets a shoeing! (might I regret that :oops: )


... to finish the curry I assume you mean, especially after your last Clayton mishap...

Mr K


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 03, 2010 9:03 pm 
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Shall we do this then? Race at Clayton (Paul if its your first time at race club you have to race, Woody isn't it time you had a sick day?) and then off a curry and team debrief.

If so would you like picking up Neil? Thus removing the 'I had to ride down a short cycle path in central Manchester to get here' excuse.


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I know how humiliating it must have been for you to bonk out last time then realise that I had cycled to and from the event as well as giving that Ti a good beating.... I need all the warm up I can get so, unless it's tipping it down, I'll pedal in again, ta.

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mrkawasaki wrote:
I know how humiliating it must have been for you to bonk out last time then realise that I had cycled to and from the event as well as giving that Ti a good beating.... I need all the warm up I can get so, unless it's tipping it down, I'll pedal in again, ta.

Mr K

Humiliating stuff indeed Neil, made all the more remarkable that your managed a constant pace from front door to race track, throughout the race and then home again. Anyway I feel I should be using my minor moderating powers at this time and remind you this Is a Mayhem thread and should be kept topical, thus has anyone seen the MM lap times?


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 06, 2010 1:21 pm 
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I saw your last MM lap time... :roll: :wink: I thought you were the one cycling home.... :lol:

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Bringing things back on topic...

Retrobike North West Area
143rd :: 18Laps :: 24:06:22
SM

1418 Paul Anders - 1 - 01:14:29
~ 14:00:00 - 15:14:29

1419 Neil Ruddock - 2 - 01:20:15
~ 15:14:29 - 16:34:44

1420 Chris Wood - 3 - 01:03:31
~ 16:34:44 - 17:38:15

1417 Mark Sinnett - 4 - 01:03:29
~ 17:38:15 - 18:41:44

1418 Paul Anders - 5 - 01:05:33
~ 18:41:44 - 19:47:17

1419 Neil Ruddock - 6 - 01:22:34
~ 19:47:17 - 21:09:51

1420 Chris Wood - 7 - 01:05:42
~ 21:09:51 - 22:15:33

1417 Mark Sinnett - 8 - 01:11:15
~ 22:15:33 - 23:26:48

1418 Paul Anders - 9 - 01:19:42
~ 23:26:48 - 00:46:30

1418 Paul Anders - 10 - 01:39:34
~ 00:46:30 - 02:26:04

1419 Neil Ruddock - 11 - 01:39:42
~ 02:26:04 - 04:05:46

1419 Neil Ruddock - 12 - 01:53:48
~ 04:05:46 - 05:59:34

1420 Chris Wood - 13 - 01:08:19
~ 05:59:34 - 07:07:53

1420 Chris Wood - 14 - 01:12:39
~ 07:07:53 - 08:20:32

1417 Mark Sinnett - 15 - 01:15:49
~ 08:20:32 - 09:36:21

1417 Mark Sinnett - 16 - 01:32:22
~ 09:36:21 - 11:08:43

1418 Paul Anders - 17 - 01:15:40
~ 11:08:43 - 12:24:23

1420 Chris Wood - 18 - 01:41:59
~ 12:24:23 - 14:06:22

The kettle took a while to boil on lap twelve then...


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 06, 2010 3:04 pm 
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04:15 was a lonely place for sure - I guess you'd been kicked out of the iron lung by then and were dreaming of inner chimps riding purple Saracens. I stopped for 14 minutes I reckon, had a brew, disconnected the lights as they weren't working/it was nearly light and plodded on. Not my favourite moments of MM10...


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