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PostPosted: Tue Aug 28, 2012 8:24 pm 
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This has always been on the cards for me, I booked my plot at the Hope Camp Site last month!!


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Looking like I'll be there...coming over the hill from Stoke for the day.

Hoping to go even older than the '86 Pioneer this time....'85 Highpath, anyone?:D

All the best,


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danson67 wrote:
Looking like I'll be there...coming over the hill from Stoke for the day.

Hoping to go even older than the '86 Pioneer this time....'85 Highpath, anyone?:D

All the best,


Thats going to make you puff,up to the radio mast dan


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Rob Atkin wrote:
BTW who will have made it to all the rounds so far this year if they do this one?

A select group:

You, me and John.

Everyone else has been slacking.


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drystonepaul wrote:
Rob Atkin wrote:
BTW who will have made it to all the rounds so far this year if they do this one?

A select group:

You, me and John.

Everyone else has been slacking.


Really? Thought there was more to be honest. Mind you, the MacRetro ride may have been too far for most.


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Wriggling with anticipation already. Is anybody else thinking of staying over on the Saturday and which campsite are we staying at?


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:( I can't make this afterall. Very glum.
Even glummer when the aftermath thread is up.
Enjoy.yourselves....


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Rich Aitch wrote:
Wriggling with anticipation already. Is anybody else thinking of staying over on the Saturday and which campsite are we staying at?

The Laneside campsite in Hope is usually the favourite choice: --> http://www.lanesidecaravanpark.co.uk
It's about a minutes ride from the start and finish point too.

I can't do the Saturday evening but may stay over on the Friday night instead.
The first climb is all the better with a stinking hangover...


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:( I can't make this afterall. Very glum.
Even glummer when the aftermath thread is up.
Enjoy.yourselves....

Really sorry to hear that Rob.
Still... there is always the Long Mynd ride. :D


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drystonepaul wrote:
rc200ti wrote:
:( I can't make this afterall. Very glum.
Even glummer when the aftermath thread is up.
Enjoy.yourselves....

Really sorry to hear that Rob.
Still... there is always the Long Mynd ride. :D


:D Indeed there is... plus the recce, so a double helping of fun. However, I've been to all the Peaks rides since I found Retrobike and so missing out on this year's ride is a real disappointment.

Have a great day.


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