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PostPosted: Wed Sep 30, 2009 9:00 am 
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Some fantastic pics there Jack, especially the one of me mincing round the big muddy puddle! :lol:


Pickle...pass the cheese, oh, and this is how we do big muddy puddles where I come from :wink:


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There is usually a big hole or lump of rock under the water where I come from*. :cry:


EDIT- Well where I live now that is, where I came from originally there would be a burnt out car or old Honda 70 frame under the water :?


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neilll wrote:
Pickle wrote:
Some fantastic pics there Jack, especially the one of me mincing round the big muddy puddle! :lol:


Pickle...pass the cheese, oh, and this is how we do big muddy puddles where I come from :wink:


Madness I tell you, shear madness! :lol:


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Super selection of pics guys. Wasn't the weather etc. great!

In which case, I wonder why I didn't seem to smile very much!

It's obviously a very serious matter this mountain biking. :wink:


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it's a grimace of concentration :D


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 02, 2009 3:11 pm 
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I've decide to come back next year on the same bike with a couple of improvements for 2010

A year is a long time and who knows what I might find doon 'tip...


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legrandefromage wrote:
I've decide to come back next year on the same bike


Hardtail for me next year.......Stumpjumper I think, or maybe some gears on the M2 :?


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No pictures from the other fella then?


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 06, 2009 8:23 pm 
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No pictures from the other fella then?


Hi guys.
Great ride! Great weather! Great company! Great long wait for food!

Did anyone else notice the sign on the front of the pub which read..."Lease this pub"?
Hmmm, wonder if the staff come free with it 'cos they weren't worth much more.

Anyway, got one picture e-mailed to me this morning by "the other fella" - Andy, which should be attached.

He says he'll get the others up on his website soonish so as soon as he does I'll let everyone know and post a link.

I think he'll be fettling with photoshop no doubt.

From what I saw of them that evening though on is laptop, hopefully people will enjoy them!

Thanks again for the ride Mr K, oh and...

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Favourite bike: Control Tech full sus


Wow! I'm honoured! :D


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great pic :D

Hope he does use photoshop - I know I need it :shock: :lol:


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