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Author:  Dr S [ Wed Aug 26, 2009 10:15 am ]
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A few Phone camera pics from Saturdays Moorland Monster...

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Gil_M

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Marcus MJN

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Tree huggin'

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Strange flying object??

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Si

Author:  Dr S [ Wed Aug 26, 2009 10:26 am ]
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And a few from last nights weekly Thruntoneering

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Dragonfly Pond

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Sunset at the Cairn

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Downhill from here

Author:  kaya [ Thu Aug 27, 2009 12:10 am ]
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Dr S wrote:
Thats the entries closed then- full up. Planning will continue behind closed doors via PM's. Not being funny but its bad form to have groups larger than 6 when using bothies. Will be working on a provisional route this weekend and then we can throw it open to debate.

Secret handshakes at the ready :wink:

Si


Si, If for any reason someone drops out of this :roll: Would you put me down as 1st reserve :wink:

Author:  Dr S [ Thu Aug 27, 2009 10:02 am ]
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kaya wrote:
Dr S wrote:
Thats the entries closed then- full up. Planning will continue behind closed doors via PM's. Not being funny but its bad form to have groups larger than 6 when using bothies. Will be working on a provisional route this weekend and then we can throw it open to debate.

Secret handshakes at the ready :wink:

Si


Si, If for any reason someone drops out of this :roll: Would you put me down as 1st reserve :wink:


Consider it done sir!

Author:  kaiser [ Thu Aug 27, 2009 10:07 am ]
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The pugsley looks the biz 8) I'd love a go of one.

Author:  Dr S [ Thu Aug 27, 2009 1:09 pm ]
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kaiser wrote:
The pugsley looks the biz 8) I'd love a go of one.


It was a bit of a handful and had Gil in the Huffy club at the back with me most of the day. Its tricky to steer at speed due to the rotating mass of the wheels. Should be awesome come the snow though- and they get plenty of that up on't moors.

Si

Author:  kaiser [ Thu Aug 27, 2009 1:18 pm ]
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Dr S wrote:
kaiser wrote:
The pugsley looks the biz 8) I'd love a go of one.


It was a bit of a handful and had Gil in the Huffy club at the back with me most of the day. Its tricky to steer at speed due to the rotating mass of the wheels. Should be awesome come the snow though- and they get plenty of that up on't moors.

Si



:mrgreen: :mrgreen: me want one

Author:  Dr S [ Thu Aug 27, 2009 1:39 pm ]
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Ian S says there is a guy in Scarborough (or Whitby) that uses one to pull a Rickshaw around. That must be hard work!

Si

Author:  velomaniac [ Thu Aug 27, 2009 5:44 pm ]
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Si, tell the Newbie he's got my place for the bothy trip, having thought seriously about it, even if I get my fitness up the run will probably make me ill afterward. Dam this ME but it cannot be ignored, making ones self ill in the name of fun is just stoopid :roll:

Velo

ps. Absolutely love the Pugsley, a trully mad bike :lol:

Author:  kaya [ Fri Aug 28, 2009 10:27 pm ]
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[quote="velomaniac"]Si, tell the Newbie he's got my place for the bothy trip, having thought seriously about it, even if I get my fitness up the run will probably make me ill afterward. Dam this ME but it cannot be ignored, making ones self ill in the name of fun is just stoopid :roll:

Velo

Thank you for being so gracious sir, and I hope you will except these healing vibes from myself and Mrs kaya. I think you should also receive some points in the karma bank.

Many thanks kaya

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