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Police patrolling Byways
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Reported in some local papers that Police will be out on the Byways of East Kent over the next few weeks.They are after illegal motorbikers(no tax,mot or insurance) and 4x4's overusing &/or damaging Byways.Mentioned that they've been to damaged byways thru Woodlands at Adisham and the disused Colliery tip near Tilmanstone/Elvington.
Tilmanstone tip is in some ways more interesting than Fowlmead,landowners keep trying to keep motorbikers out but they soon come back/make a new way in,which is conveniant for MTBikers.
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#2
assume using motorbikes rather than police marked or unmarked bicycles
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#3
hopefully they will check perry woods as there were motorbikes over there last week tearing up the trails
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#4
" Wrote:Reported in some local papers that Police will be out on the Byways of East Kent over the next few weeks.They are after illegal motorbikers(no tax,mot or insurance) and 4x4's overusing &/or damaging Byways.Mentioned that they've been to damaged byways thru Woodlands at [b"]Adisham [/b]and the disused Colliery tip near Tilmanstone/Elvington.
Tilmanstone tip is in some ways more interesting than Fowlmead,landowners keep trying to keep motorbikers out but they soon come back/make a new way in,which is conveniant for MTBikers.

I went walking at adisham the other day, very pleasant, some bits very rutted and torn up by obvious 4x4 use.
Keep it foolish...
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#5
We currently have a few areas around the back of me that are being knackered by the kid motorcrossers..
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