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PostPosted: Wed Aug 11, 2010 10:49 am 
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:? I had my computer on the bike which read 29 mile at the campsite. :?

I will take GPS over it anyday though. :lol:


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orange71 wrote:
Press the button that says 'Prt Scrn' or 'Print screen' up in the top right hand corner of the keyboard. This takes a picture of whatever's on your screen right at that moment. The go into MS Paint or other image editing software and Paste. You can then crop the bit you need and save as a jpg image.


Tried that, doesn't work. Memorymap dont like sharing routes :lol:


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sometimes you have to press Ctrl - Print Screen - that might work... otherwise dunno...


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I'll try again.

In the meantime, the Poll for BDW Bike of the Year is now up

http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=112620

Good Luck to all!


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:? I had my computer on the bike which read 29 mile at the campsite. :?

I will take GPS over it anyday though. :lol:


Maybe it added a few miles spinning whilst your bike was upside down...? :P :twisted:


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:lol: :lol: Valid point there Pete. At least you saw my perfect over the bar spill. :lol: :lol: :roll:


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elPedro666 wrote:
giant-one wrote:
:? I had my computer on the bike which read 29 mile at the campsite. :?

I will take GPS over it anyday though. :lol:


Maybe it added a few miles spinning whilst your bike was upside down...? :P :twisted:



:lol: :lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 12, 2010 12:41 am 
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Looks like a great weekend, going to have to see if I can fit this in next year for sure!

Onlu on comment.. were all the retrobike jerseys in the wash???? :D


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Hey, I found a picture of me flying through the air (right way up!), dead chuffed with that, top camerawork (or was it photoshopped to move the ground down?), thank you! 8) :lol:

On that subject, big thanks to Gil & Si for all the hard work they put in, we both had a top weekend, loved the trails (particularly 'floating' over the moors), having our own field on the site was great, the atmosphere was spot on, everyone was friendly & a top laugh, the bike turn out was pornographic, the ongoing BBQ a life-saver and the on-site beer cooler (the stream) dead handy!

To all who came along it was, without exception, a pleasure to meet you :D

Looking forward to the next one now and trying to get time & money together for the Scottish trip...

Pete & Kiran


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gump wrote:
Onlu on comment.. were all the retrobike jerseys in the wash???? :D


I wore mine for the first half but the Yorkshire weather meant I had to change into dry kit in the beer garden at half distance.

Hopefully the Guvnor managed to flog a few more on Saturday night

BDW moves to a different region next year so keep an eye out for next years calendar for details.


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