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PostPosted: Wed Aug 04, 2010 10:59 am 
The Guv'nor
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Dr S wrote:
John is bringing up some top quality RetroBike merchandise including T shirts, hats, mugs and stickers etc. There could also be the new RetroBike Endura Baggy shorts if they turn up on time. There willonly be limited supplies due to space so if there is anything specific that you want please PM him in the next 48hrs.


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Indeed. Will be bringing a selection of RB swag, if you're after anything in particular please let me know.

The Endura kit should be with me Friday, the downside of this being I'll probably only be able to make the BDW for saturday morning. However I will hopefully have a small stock of the endura baggy shorts and endura kit for sale 8)


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i will bring spare cash along, any idea what you will be bringing and prices?

just ordered stickers this week from the shop too :lol:

quite fancy a t shirt, cup or some shorts etc.


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saltyman wrote:
i will bring spare cash along, any idea what you will be bringing and prices?

just ordered stickers this week from the shop too :lol:

quite fancy a t shirt, cup or some shorts etc.


Prices will be as per the shop less a couple of quid since I'm not posting. Will bring a selection of stuff to include

-hats
-mugs
-stickers
-t-shirts (although I have little stock of these)
-messenger bags
-endura baggy shorts
-endura kit


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Si do we need to bring charcoal for the BBQ ?
Ps I hope every one likes mackerel as I have one or two spare :shock:


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I'm not sure Vern. Gil is sorting the BBQ so it might be an idea to PM him.

I'm currently trying to get the freezer to work. It's not looking good as the mice have been enjoying the wiring whilst it's been sat in the barn. It might be worth bringing a few cool boxes :oops:

As for fish??? Not for me mate :?


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Did you catch the makeral yourself? It's the right time of year.

I've got a small BBQ I can throw in the mix that could handle a fish or two.

Looks like we might be needing to our waterproofs.


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NE, North and West Yorks AEC
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D_XZ wrote:
Did you catch the makeral yourself? It's the right time of year.

I've got a small BBQ I can throw in the mix that could handle a fish or two.

Looks like we might be needing to our waterproofs.


Yes with my own fair hands and your more than welcome to some fish.
There all gutted and ready for the BBQ, Will make something nice to stuff in them as well :wink:


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Is that postcode accurate - it points to the outskirts of Whitby???


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EDIT: You've got the last 2 letters the wrong way round: YO22 5NH


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orange71 wrote:
EDIT: You've got the last 2 letters the wrong way round: YO22 5NH


Still going to be fairly warm though, with 20% chance of rain (which tends to mean scattered showers with quick downpours ;)
http://www.wunderground.com/cgi-bin/fin ... y=YO22+5NH


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