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PostPosted: Tue Jul 10, 2012 7:48 pm 
North West Deputy AEC
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FluffyChicken wrote:
Talking of chimps at the tea party, some even carried their pet chimps on their back


:lol: Brilliant


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National & North West AEC
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Finally got round to downloading my photos from my camera.

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Kaya and Saltyman

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FluffyChicken

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Kenaltobelli

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HarryCrumb

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ElPedro666

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Stex, Garrema and ElPedro

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MrLee and SLMracing

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Rob Atkin and Beavis - Joint Bike of the Ride winners

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Saltyman tsunami

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Rob Atkin gets Dave wet.

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Rob Atkin gets Dave even wetter.

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MrLee shows us how to take a water splash.

Sadly I didn't get one of Rob Atkin 'windmilling' his way through the tea rooms.


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National & North West AEC
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And your runners and riders:

Drystonepaul - 1998 Saracen HardTrax
Kaya - 1986 Saracen Kili Flyer
MarcTwoTone - 1990 MS Racing
Chrisv40 - 1994 Univega Alpina
FluffyChicken - 1991 Rocky Mountain
HarryCrumb - 1994 GT RTS-1
John - 1997 Mountain Goat Whiskey Town Racer
Rob Atkin - 1992 Dave Lloyd Beez Kneez
Beavis - 1989 Marin Pallisades
MrLee - 1993 Smokestone
SLMRacing - 1994 DiamondBack Ascent
Garrema - 1995 KHS Titanium
Kenaltobelli - 2000 Marin Rock Springs
Charlie - Scott Summit
ElPedro666 - Sanderson (modern)
Saltyman - Surly Moonlander (modern fat bike)
Stex - Dialled Prince Albert (modern)
Giant-One - Orange Five (modern)

A few too many modern bikes there methinks.


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 11, 2012 10:37 am 
Windmilling for a Scotch Egg
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The last few pics don't work for me.... just red crosses.. :-(

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Sadly I didn't get one of Rob Atkin 'windmilling' his way through the tea rooms.


It's all lies I tell you..... mind you it nearly happened by accident with the amount of excellent coffee I had at the Dales MTB centre, things got a bit "loose" on the way home. :shock: :lol:


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National & North West AEC
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Rob Atkin wrote:
The last few pics don't work for me.... just red crosses.. :-(


Give it a few minutes. I'm just having a few server issues...


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National & North West AEC
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Should be sorted now.


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Windmilling for a Scotch Egg
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Beavis's Marin was gorgeous, it looked brand new when he got it from the car. Not normally a fan of them but I couldn't keep my eyes off it. Lovely bike.


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great pics 8)


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North West Deputy AEC
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Great pics chaps lots of potm tackle, I especially love the water splash pics :
(note to self, must try turning right some day)
A top day out thanks again and here's a couple I took,

looking grim
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let it begin
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8) bike
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I will see you all soon :D


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Windmilling for a Scotch Egg
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Just been thinking about what a great ride that was....

Who can make it to the Scotland ride then?

How many people have been to all the rounds so far?


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