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PostPosted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 4:18 pm 
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I'll be up for that, family commitments allowing :!: Exmoor area's handy :D


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have to say haldon would be ace for me :lol: exmoor would be best in terms of riding imho but lots of hills 8) bristol might be fun, never riden there before. ok well haldon gets my 1st vote, followed by bristol :D :D :D


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When I went to Ashton Court, Bristol, in the summer the trails were knackered. Are they any better now? Would still prefer Haldon as the trails are always good there! :wink:


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Hi all the first sunday sounds good. How can i find haldon on google maps /earth Ta Toad ps would'nt mind trying ashton court


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Have a look at the Haldon website:


http://www.haldonfreeride.org/index.php


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 11:08 pm 
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tiboltrider123 wrote:
Would still prefer Haldon as the trails are always good there! :wink:


the trails are pretty good in all weathers from what i've seen in the short time i've been in exeter... the red route is fun on a fully rigid :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


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Ashton court/Leigh woods are muddy as F"%k at the mo :wink:
Why don't you all come along to the spam winter challenge instead :!:
http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=44595


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Heathy - Spam Winter Challenge seems a bit energetic even at 25km!!

Are we settling for the first Sunday in Jan then? 8)


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Bike Hoarder wrote:

Are we settling for the first Sunday in Jan then? 8)


works for me 8) thats the 4th right?


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Yep, Sunday 4th Jan. Gravy! :D


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