Salisbury Plain Rally - so how was it for you

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Re: Salisbury Plain Rally - so how was it for you

Post by Slideways » Sun Aug 17, 2014 8:27 pm

Great riding with you mate - hope you got your sidestand fixed... looked like you were still going when I was leaving... :lol: :lol: :whistle:

Slidey (Glen... thanks for the name change :lol: :silly: )
soz mate :blush: , great to meet you pal, bikes lent against shed wall, so no, I havent fixed it :), great riding with you too mate! Hope we can do it again:), ride safe. Felco.
Don't worry - I've been called worse... :P

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Re: Salisbury Plain Rally - so how was it for you

Post by ~ACP~ » Sun Aug 17, 2014 8:31 pm

Great weekend. Thanks Mike for organising and to the ride leaders who stepped up, especially Stewie for leading the 'Enduro' crew.

A few of my pics:

Goooood morning KayTeeEeeeeem!
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Quick puncture repair. Stewie reckons 12psi is more than enough. His inner tube begs to differ. Valve ripped right out...
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Scooby the human centre stand
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Driver training area
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Cheers all. If anyone wants some more Plains action drop me a line and I'd be happy to take you around...

Andy

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Post by ~ACP~ » Sun Aug 17, 2014 8:35 pm

and a couple of vids...

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Re: Salisbury Plain Rally - so how was it for you

Post by catcitrus » Mon Aug 18, 2014 7:34 am

Excellent day out with the "enduro" group--hope I didn't slow you down too much (CRF230 power!!--and a burning desire to stay upright if possible)--it flowed well, no real offs and just an early profesnial tube replacement to watch.

Great location and organisation--Mike's the man!

Bike cleaned and ready for rear shock preload adjustment after a pretty successful hagon trial--back now better matches the revalved front.
CB

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Re: Salisbury Plain Rally - so how was it for you

Post by Joe Thumper » Mon Aug 18, 2014 7:35 am

Thanks to you all for a great weekend!

Hope to see you at the next one.

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Post by Godspeed » Mon Aug 18, 2014 8:05 am

Echo all the above! Fantastic weekend, thoroughly enjoyed it. I only took a bit of video towards the end of the day and so I do apologise that it is unashamedly just me looking at the tracks ahead.... However, for me it is a reminder of a great time away with a great bunch of people.... Roll on next years :)
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Re: Salisbury Plain Rally - so how was it for you

Post by Mike101 » Mon Aug 18, 2014 8:16 am

Well folks looks like we all had fun.

Great people..great rides..great fun..thanks to all for coming.

To this who think the plain is boring you might like to think again?

Same again next year...i'll sort a date out soon.

Mike
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Post by Joe Thumper » Mon Aug 18, 2014 9:04 am

felco wrote:Thank you for all your hard work Mike and team, I had a fabulous time, thanks also to Dave and Dan, for leading our ride. Great trails and great company. (thumbs)
Felco, you did an epic wheelie on that quarter or so mile of hardpack mate!

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Re: Salisbury Plain Rally - so how was it for you

Post by sexysi » Mon Aug 18, 2014 9:04 am

Yep Mike, If I can lead out the same group (thumbs). My name is down for next year.




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That's a 1/4 of next year sorted (thumbs)

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Re: Salisbury Plain Rally - so how was it for you

Post by Mike101 » Mon Aug 18, 2014 9:22 am

Cheers Si..consider yourself well and truly booked for it next year.

Thanks.

Mike
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