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PostPosted: Fri Nov 20, 2009 6:18 pm 
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the way im water proofing mine, is by coating/filling any places where water may ingress with silicon sealer, then taping it up with insulation tape.


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Did the Pines today and it's sooo muddy. Winter is truely here I think.

Potentially up for the full Ticknall on Wednesday...possibly depending on weather :oops:


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weather schmeather :D just dress accordingly :lol:


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I'll pack my so'wester :wink:


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only light rain forecast :D


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lol i dont think the forecast has once been right with our wenesday night rides.


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Did the Ticknall ride this morning. Very muddy, and it doesn't half make a difference. The fast gravelly downhill has some nasty bricks exposed by the rain. The muddy bit in the hollow is as you would expect. The muddy rutted downhill is horrible but rideable (just managed to keep upright this time). Nemesis came as light relief :shock:
Even the ride home was into the wind , and it had started raining. Dead right Mat, winter has arrived.

The wobble looked 'heroic' Ed, looking forward to hearing all about in the Chequers.


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Colin's asked if it can be 6.30 for 7 - I said that should be OK.


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thats about the usual for the last couple of weeks anyway, so all is well :P


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6.30 for 7 sounds fine. weather looks ok.


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