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4 Weeks :(
#1
Morning All

Last thursday I had a small operation that has unfortunately ruled me out of riding for the next four weeks  Sad

Today the sun has come out and a new frame arrived in the post  :o :'(

There is no god........
Ride the Spiral to the end
It takes us to where no ones been
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#2
Thats not good, you can build it up though. Use man logic, not riding for 4 weeks means less wear on bike components and therefore you have money to spend on upgrades....
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#3
4 weeks!? Thats nothing. It'll be over in no time. I can highly recommend walking instead too. Red socks, spring loaded walking stick..thats the life.  Wink
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#4
Hope the recovery goes well Carl, and yeah get building that baby up while you're not riding.
Something to pass the time, and something to look forward to in 4 weeks ;D
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#5
What bike did you get??

hope you heal up quick
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#6
I can go walking from next week so I shall "get out & stroll" as it were  Wink  I'm going to take the oppertunity to explore some of the little trails I always ride past and think I wonder whats down there and where it goes.

Man logic is a good plan although does mean an increase in my procrastination process to the power of rad lol  I'll get a New Build; faffing like a girl post up in the relevent section once I got some pics done.

I got the Heckler in the end  ;D
Ride the Spiral to the end
It takes us to where no ones been
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#7
You will be amazed how much more you see walking compared to flying past on your bike
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#8
"Breezer" Wrote:You will be amazed how much more you see walking compared to flying past on your bike

Soooooo true. I doubled my knowledge of local trails during my 10 months of injury lay off. Its frustrating not being able to ride but I love riding the trails that I discovered now.
Map, Compass, Pencil is all you need.  Smile
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#9
I know what you mean, by the time you realsie theres a little trail there your off into the distance wondering if you'll ever find it again.  I plan to go out with my garmin and a OS map and see what I can find Smile
Ride the Spiral to the end
It takes us to where no ones been
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#10
Barming area near Maidstone hasnt been done for OpenStreetMap yet. Ive seen some decent singletrack in there before but never found it again.
Check out Mereworth. It took me a about 3 weeks to get pretty much all that gpsd and on OpenStreetMap.
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