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Thanks Ade
#1
Just a quick little thread to say Thanks to Ade for sorting the minefield of CTC Insurance and of course, the upkeep and handling of the website.

Keep up the good work, we do love you, honest.

Just a little reminder to everyone to keep clicking those banners and buying more kit they dont need, or digging deep with a little donation if you can.

Tongue
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#2
Agreed, thanks especially to Ade, but also to anyone else who donated or contributed in any way.
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#3
Thanks alot Ade !
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#4
Indeed, thanks a lot Ade Smile
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#5
Aw, shucks :B
I'm filling up  :'(

I really enjoy the, increasing, time I spend on SketchyMTB and I'm immensely proud of the sense of community, I feel, is rapidly developing here.

Basically, what I'm trying to say is....  Thanks to you all.  You are SketchyMTB...

I just pay the bills and risk losing my job for spending too much time on here making sure videos stream properly, etc... Tongue
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#6
"impished" Wrote:Aw, shucks :B
I'm filling up  :'(

I really enjoy the, increasing, time I spend on SketchyMTB and I'm immensely proud of the sense of community, I feel, is rapidly developing here.

Basically, what I'm trying to say is....  Thanks to you all.  You are SketchyMTB...

I just pay the bills and risk losing my job for spending too much time on here making sure videos stream properly, etc... Tongue


My cold northern heart is starting to warm spread  the the love

Oh thanks for sorting the ctc Ade
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#7
Thanks ADE> does this mean i can take people on offical sketchy rides now and call them sketchy?
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#8
"Buzz" Wrote:Thanks ADE> does this mean i can take people on offical sketchy rides now and call them sketchy?

The insurance was bought in just for your rides Russ (oh and Marks!)  Tongue
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#9
"Buzz" Wrote:Thanks ADE> does this mean i can take people on offical sketchy rides now and call them sketchy?

As long as you keep a list of attendees and ensure, if it's a regular ride, that there are no more than 5 guests.  If it's a one-off i.e. Surrey Intro Ride, you can have unlimited guests.  Basically, to stay covered, you just need to use common-sense --> make sure you keep track of your riders, keep off 'Public Footpaths'.  That kind of thing.  Have a read of this  A bit cheesy, but gives guidlines on how to keep under within the conditions of cover.
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#10
CTC dont seem to be completely clear on the more extreme areas of MTBing. For that reason I would suggest that ride leaders do not encourage any participants to partake in any riding which is beyond their usual riding level. In fact I would go as far as to say that Ride Leader should discourage dangerous riding if they feel the rider is not up to it.
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