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Looking forward to this. Getting some bits and bobs together for the Saturday night fun trial. Will be bringing the Raleigh and the alpinestars, I have fond memories of riding both bikes around Dalby so will hopefully give each a ride over the weekend.

Thinking of coming across on the Friday, is it possible to use the camp site on the Friday night Si?


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I'll be there friday night camping :D


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I'm off (proper) work on Friday, so might be coming up on Friday if possible too, depends if the Cycle Doctor is called out or not.


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Can someone send me a link to where camping is? Just want to know how long it is going to take me to get there - friday may be an option depending on that.


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Can someone send me a link to where camping is? Just want to know how long it is going to take me to get there - friday may be an option depending on that.
Thornton le dale, or Lockton are probably the nearest villages to the campsite, for a rough idea of travel time.


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I'm off friday too so will travel up to camp Fri night :lol: :lol: :lol:


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Can someone send me a link to where camping is? Just want to know how long it is going to take me to get there - friday may be an option depending on that.


I'd say about 1 hour 10 from your place on a steady run. As Andy says its between Pickering / Thornton le Dale and Lockton. Exact location will be sent out next week.

Wish I could get down on the Friday too but no chance of getting an extension on my pass out.

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Just typed it into autoroute, it says 1hr 50mins assuming no traffic.


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m-trax wrote:
Just typed it into autoroute, it says 1hr 50mins assuming no traffic.


it told me it would take 6hrs 24 minutes from Portsmouth Docks to home just north of Morpeth assuming no traffic. Despite hitting the rush hour on Monday morning I was sat in the kitchen with a cup of tea 4 hours 49 minutes later. It works on a much lower average than the 80.3mph that we achieved.

Call it 1hr 30mins- that's your target time. Every 10 mins over you have to buy a round for everyone there :lol: :lol:

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