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PostPosted: Sat Feb 26, 2011 3:30 pm 
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Managed to swap a shift so i'm in.

Using the Ededwards guide now

http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewto ... asterclass


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 27, 2011 3:52 pm 
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paininthe wrote:
Managed to swap a shift so i'm in.

Using the Ededwards guide now

http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewto ... asterclass


Good to hear you can make it 8)
If your going to use the Mr Edwards "shred like Ed" Style of riding we my have to handicap you :lol:


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Could we have a show of hands to who is definitely attending please, So I can let the cake shop know if they need to make extra cake :wink:

Attending


Andy B
Beavis
brocklanders023
chrisv40
FluffyChicken
giant-one
kaya
marc two tone
mrlee
nodding dog
paulieb
pianinthe
Rich Aitch
simonside
Salty
Supratada
Tazio



Maybe'




??????



Any more???


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Too early in my re-ascendancy into MTBing for me, I only managed 3.5 miles today, mostly on flat road. There are B&B's in the village of Ingleby Arncliffe, which is only 15 minutes down the road, but it may be too early in the C2C season for them to be trading yet.


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Supratada wrote:
Too early in my re-ascendancy into MTBing for me, I only managed 3.5 miles today, mostly on flat road. There are B&B's in the village of Ingleby Arncliffe, which is only 15 minutes down the road, but it may be too early in the C2C season for them to be trading yet.


Are you not far away ?
Come along for the chat anyway :)


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Supratada wrote:
Too early in my re-ascendancy into MTBing for me, I only managed 3.5 miles today, mostly on flat road. There are B&B's in the village of Ingleby Arncliffe, which is only 15 minutes down the road, but it may be too early in the C2C season for them to be trading yet.


Sounds normal to me, I knackered myself on Friday cycling to work for the first time this year. And that's only 3 miles.


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What's the route to be? I might be able to go for a mile or two then double back.


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What's the route to be? I might be able to go for a mile or two then double back.


Car park straight to cake shop ?


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 07, 2011 3:12 pm 
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yes im in, snow SHOULD be behing us.

talking to slmracing too, he may be with me.


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FluffyChicken wrote:
Supratada wrote:
What's the route to be? I might be able to go for a mile or two then double back.


Car park straight to cake shop ?


Sort of :roll: it all depends on what the weather has been doing, everything is drying up very nicely at the moment. Supratada I don't know how well you know Guissy woods, but its all on a hillside which is the start of the moors, if you want to just ride to Gribdale gate or meet us at Gribdale and then ride to the cake shop. I'm sure we could sort something out ?

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Supratada if you don't fancy the ride it would be good to see you and then you could put some face's to the names :wink:


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