Its raining

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Re: Its raining

Post by Hullygully » Sun Jun 03, 2012 7:55 am

Its been pissing down here in Norf lincs since ( I got up for a piss) to-day we were supposed to be showing the classic bike at a doo in Caistor...rain has stopped play, its a shame all the effort that goes into running these events and to get rained off its shit, and its my Birthday....hope it clears for next week, as we head off for the Pryenees.... B)
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Re: Its raining

Post by Mark1961 » Sun Jun 03, 2012 8:03 am

It's a bank holiday, what did you expect...... :laugh: :laugh:
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Re: Its raining

Post by Treadtrader » Sun Jun 03, 2012 8:05 am

So instead of a nice day bimbling round the Cotswolds, I'm heading off to Hein Gericke in Brum to look at riding kit for the missus. ;)

Will pop into the daughters at Solihull on the way back, better save some dough for my grandaughter. :pinch:

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Re: Its raining

Post by stumpym4 » Sun Jun 03, 2012 8:12 am

Treadtrader wrote: I'm heading off to Hein Gericke in Brum to look at riding gear
Im thinking of heading there later for a nosey as well ... I may pick the wife up from work at 2 and head over there .

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Re: Its raining

Post by Redmurty » Sun Jun 03, 2012 8:24 am

Applecross and Ullapool were stunning yesterday until bike died and I was trailered home :(

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Re: Its raining

Post by AckAckFlack » Sun Jun 03, 2012 8:29 am

Great day for a ride !
There's never bad weather ....just bad gear.

Bank holiday= rain but there will be less traffic so get out and ride.... Sadly I have family duties :-(
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Re: Its raining

Post by NDC. » Sun Jun 03, 2012 8:41 am

And I'm in Wales in a caravan watching the GP. Otherwise I would be out ;) :whistle:
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Re: Its raining

Post by xttony » Sun Jun 03, 2012 9:04 am

i did west coast of scotland early this year just as that hurraican hit us from call this should have bin with us?30yrs of rideing and ive never ever seen it like that.but we still had a good week.go figure.
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Re: Its raining

Post by Throttled » Sun Jun 03, 2012 9:39 am

Redmurty wrote:Applecross and Ullapool were stunning yesterday until bike died and I was trailered home :(

cheers Spud ;)
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Re: Its raining

Post by Paul » Sun Jun 03, 2012 10:21 am

It's dry but cold and windy in Cumbria if anyones heading this way!
My bike is half way through a service after my Sahara trip, made a mistake of pulling bits off it before I bought the new filters etc, Honda Carlisle didn't have an air filter in stock so it's wednesday before I am back on two wheels. Could put the old one back in I guess but with the amount of Fly's and sand in it I don't fancy that, and anyway
I am a bit pre-occupied with the campsite and the 50,000 gypsies heading my way :unsure: for the annual horse fair at Appleby :(
I have cut the grass so there is nothing for the horses to eat, taken the signs down, barbed wired the side gate and turned the water and electricity off.
The authorities have put wooden posts with no stopping signs along the roadside and I have loaded my gun :evil: bring it on!

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