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Surrey GPS route
"UphillDownDale" Wrote:Have emailed the GPX file. Have fun. Will Derek have a cheese straw?

Nice 1 - thanks for that, will tuck that away but stroke of luck got the man himself as a guide tomorrow so happy days.

As for the cheese straws - rude not to eh, though had 1 a while back on a very very wet day with Mr mbnut.  May have 2 just to be sure.
What time are you guys riding tomorrow? I'm tempted but it depends how my legs feel in the morning after riding today.
10.30, your legs will be fine andy, come along.
Ok if I don't feel completely rubbish in the morning i'll be there. I'll let you know when the alarm goes off.
Looks like a great route, but its a long way from north kent. Undecided

Just to say the route can be obtained from the original post using the export tab (bottom of the page), then for me selecting the GPX option and the open as Memory-Map, which is my resident programme for viewing these route files.
I understand Memory Map and associated files are available through some torrent sites.

3D version:
Cheers Russ & Andy for the ride today, fantastic weather & company.

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Cheers for posting that derek, great ride today cheers! 27.6miles and 4166ft of climbing, not bad.
Fantastic ride today, thanks guys. Am totally knackered now though, Surrey Hills 2 days in a row is definitely too much, although it was the longest Surrey Hills ride I've done by a long way.

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