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PostPosted: Fri Nov 13, 2009 11:58 pm 
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Does this mean I'll have to start thinking of another route now?

If we fancy one a month then a ride for March would be great. Might be room for another one in December too, for those who don't fancy the trip to Cannock.

Why not both? :lol:


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Sidewinder wrote:
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Sidewinder wrote:
Does this mean I'll have to start thinking of another route now?

If we fancy one a month then a ride for March would be great. Might be room for another one in December too, for those who don't fancy the trip to Cannock.

Why not both? :lol:

I'm up for that if you are Dave? More North Wales adventures?


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 14, 2009 10:37 pm 
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The new Area Event Coordinator Forum is up is up and running.

The NWA has been split into 2 areas, the North West Area (Cheshire/Lancs and Cumbria) and the North Wales Area. The North West area will be run by myself (Mark) and drystonepaul (Paul). The North Wales area will be run by MrKawasaki (Neil/Mr.K/Capt.K/NACer) and Sidewinder (Dave).

If anyone has any ideas regarding rides, events, etc please post here or get in contact with your area coordinators.

Look forward to seeing the NWA flourish in the next 12 months :D


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 15, 2009 2:09 am 
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sinnett177 wrote:
Look forward to seeing the NWA flourish in the next 12 months :D


Absolutely. I'd like to second that.
It will be great to see lots more people out and about in the future with the NWAs. If the Llandegla meet was anything to go, by then we've already got a great bunch of friendly and funny people to spend a grand day out with.
Get in touch everyone. :D


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Not sure yet ,open to suggestions ?perhaps Mr K would give us his opinion as to the suitability of the Marin trail for retrobikes?.
Also had a thought of a possibility of a Liftshare list for people with no/sick transport could get a lift of people on the same area or on route to a ride?


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Sidewinder wrote:
Not sure yet ,open to suggestions ?perhaps Mr K would give us his opinion as to the suitability of the Marin trail for retrobikes?.
Also had a thought of a possibility of a Liftshare list for people with no/sick transport could get a lift of people on the same area or on route to a ride?

Awesome idea Dave.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 15, 2009 2:28 pm 
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Dave - yep, Marin Trail is a killer old school XC trail. No doubt home to a Peaks-style ride in 2010. Also close is Penmacho, so we might make it an optional 2-day (for people who want to experience proper riding on real rock - not duckboard :roll:) weekender for those who want to make the most or are travelling from afar.

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sounds like a good idea so who's up for a marin before xmas?


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Sidewinder wrote:
sounds like a good idea so who's up for a marin before xmas?

Date pending, yes please.


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Okay, let's make it a small NW and NW Xmas do then - suggest Saturday December 12th for starters. Mark - if you want to fly by S Manchester, we can go across in my MPV to save fuel/time and have a good natter...

NB. It will need to be an early start due to fading light.

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