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PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2013 9:58 pm 
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Wheres the T in that?


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4 letter in, can you not see it ?


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FluffyChicken wrote:
4 letter in, can you not see it ?


columbo would be proud! 8)

that's the ride, right there. we just need a bmx a piece and wear our baseball caps to one side. bunny-hopping down those steps and other sick moves.

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more revealed much down the line....


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Isn't there a monument like that at Sledmere :?

I recall one just off the A64 at Whitwell Hill :?


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Never been but..... are the initials C H :wink:


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A64 and C H have just about called it.

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plenty to sort out but, i'm on it. 8)


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What about this ride?

http://www.bikely.com/maps/bike-path/WM ... e-Beginner

I have done most of it and it good fun but in the wrong conditions is very hard going. Lots of rocks, some big rocks, lots of ups, lots on downs, a few walkers and horses to look out for as well.

let me know what you think and I will recon the ride properly.


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looks fine brian. i've got oxenhope in a book, this looks a bit simpler to follow as a loop. have go mate, let us know what you think. most places are soft and boggy right now so, may be few weeks before you can hit it.

cheers. 8)


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Hi Marc,

Some nice rides out Oxenhope way, apart from "the stairs" not just horrible but I will definitely be up for a ride out that way.

I would like to get rid of some the road sections on the ride I just posted, I will see how it goes.

How did the garage sort out go?

Brian.


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Hi Marc,

Some nice rides out Oxenhope way, apart from "the stairs" not just horrible but I will definitely be up for a ride out that way.

I would like to get rid of some the road sections on the ride I just posted, I will see how it goes.

How did the garage sort out go?

Brian.


sound as a pound, the area you live in is on the hit list for discovery. with your local knowledge, it should be made alot simpler.

As for the clearout i had planned...it went quite well! i can move in there now without sucking the stomach in :wink: the bin men(ok, civil refuse collection operatives) to be P.C won't be pleased with their hernia, the one they're soon to get moving my bin. some of the stuff i hoard is just ridiculous. i still have a healthy stock of parts and rubbish though :wink:

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