The South East ABR Group Hall of Fame

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Re: The South East ABR Group Hall of Fame

Post by SIF » Wed Mar 30, 2011 8:23 pm

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Simon

Ashford, Kent

Riding my 20 year old 3aj through the Pyrenees in June, wish me luck !:P

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Re: The South East ABR Group Hall of Fame

Post by Orlando_Orange » Thu Mar 31, 2011 9:56 am

Gavinskii wrote:
Hi Chris, that second picture looks suspiciously like it was from the GEAMCC event....? How you doing haven't seen you for months..
hey gavin yeah it was.

really struggling to get out at the moment. weekends are being dominated by the new house (well more the new garden that we're putting in). this is all almost done now so going to get the bike up and running well and then hit the trails after easter (heading to nz for my brother's wedding in a week)

how's you?

B)
Chris



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Re: The South East ABR Group Hall of Fame

Post by desert storm » Thu Mar 31, 2011 10:11 am

Hi SIF,
Nice looking Tenere - good luck in the Pyrenees. Me & Chris (Orlando) went there last July but struggled a bit on the 750s :woohoo:
"You're in a desert, walking along in the sand when all of a sudden you look down.."

"What desert?"

"Doesn't make any difference what desert, it's completely hypothetical"

"Then how come i'd be there?"

"Maybe you're fed up, maybe you wanna be by yourself, who knows?"

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Re: The South East ABR Group Hall of Fame

Post by Mark Young » Thu Mar 31, 2011 10:43 am

Sweet!
I a in the Pyrenees this June also...:whistle:
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Re: The South East ABR Group Hall of Fame

Post by Guest » Thu Mar 31, 2011 2:12 pm

SIF wrote:
Simon

Ashford, Kent

Riding my 20 year old 3aj through the Pyrenees in June, wish me luck !:P
your very very very very cruel mate :(

my xt 3aj dont run atm and i wanna ride it aain !!!!!!

aint by any cance av a stator do ya ?????

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Re: The South East ABR Group Hall of Fame

Post by SIF » Thu Mar 31, 2011 5:37 pm

Sorry to make you drool, try David Lambeth or good ol ebay.:blink:

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Re: The South East ABR Group Hall of Fame

Post by SIF » Thu Mar 31, 2011 5:43 pm

Thanks guys, with mitas on the wheels we should be ok. Heading down on the 15th to Toulouse, across to Andorra and Sarragota, a week on the trails with a sleeping mat and a tent, back via Santander. I got the bug from the GEAMCC and Red Ball Run and now there is no stopping it !! Look out for you Mark, when are you going ?B)

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Re: The South East ABR Group Hall of Fame

Post by pockey » Thu Mar 31, 2011 5:54 pm

SIF wrote:
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Simon

Ashford, Kent

Riding my 20 year old 3aj through the Pyrenees in June, wish me luck !:P
Hey SIF

Maybe we can meet up and go for a ride some time also live in ashford kent

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In the pyrenees
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camping on the way to spain
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Re: The South East ABR Group Hall of Fame

Post by dmitrij » Thu Mar 31, 2011 6:09 pm

pockey wrote:
SIF wrote:
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Simon

Ashford, Kent

Riding my 20 year old 3aj through the Pyrenees in June, wish me luck !:P
Hey SIF

Maybe we can meet up and go for a ride some time also live in ashford kent

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In the pyrenees
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In the pyrenees
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camping on the way to spain
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Can I ask where that huge blue rear came from? looks like just what i want for my AT

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Re: The South East ABR Group Hall of Fame

Post by pockey » Thu Mar 31, 2011 6:20 pm

Threw the rear sub frame away as every time i came off i broke the bloody thing so i welded a strengthened rear section on and adapted it to take a quad rear rack so i could fit all the camping gear onto it, bought a nice bag from the states that is the same shape looks the bollocks.

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