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PostPosted: Fri Aug 17, 2012 10:21 pm 
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We never did get to see Longy's video evidence of that one did we :lol:


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lol, took 40 mins to upload 1m15sec :shock: i will try and fathem out this jmpag melarky

count me in :D


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Classified Mod / Lincs, East and South Yorks AEC
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Bit of a long shot maybe but is anyone in the Aysgarth/Leyburn area and able to collect a bike for me before this ride? Thats assuming I win it :lol:


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Some of the lads on another shift at work live up that way so I could ask them if you want?


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If you don't mind mate that would be great, not guaranteed to win it though.

Cheers.


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Won't see them until later in the week but PM me as a reminder around thursday :wink:


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I think i'll be missing this unfortunately. Especially as i'll be passing the place


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Classified Mod / Lincs, East and South Yorks AEC
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Won't see them until later in the week but PM me as a reminder around thursday :wink:


Might be a non starter now, the seller has just emailed me some more pics and its a bit of a dog :(

If it stays very cheap I will be in touch and thaks :wink:


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Got helmet, got bike prepped, just needs a bit of a shakedown (again) to get it setup and should be good to go.

Not having been on a proper ride in a number of years what do you guys normally take along for nourishment?

I've noticed in photos on other threads folk tend to wear lightweight walking boots, is this the norm?

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Hi Sean, a lot of our rides with the possible exception of some of the more epic Moors & Dales rides usually take in a food stop at some point so no need for too much food.
I usually carry bananas and energy/chocolate bars in case I need a bit of an energy boost.
Assuming you are using flat pedals then lightweight walking boots would be a good choice, I use spd's myself like many others and footwear choice is a little more limited.
With hindsight I wish I had worn waders for our recent Dales national ride :lol:


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