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Riding photos
#31
"pittgoat" Wrote:I'm definitely up for a return visit  8)

Lets get it on then!!
;D
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#32
"mashley" Wrote:Lets get it on then!!
;D


[media width=500]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18TLHhhHZCA[/media]
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#33
just a few pics from sundays ride

me dominating a 5000 foot drop Undecided ok ok i lie it was more like less then 1 foot :B
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zooming through a corner ...
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#34
Where did you ride Steve? Have you been in to the Warren lately, has anything else been built?
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#35
"mashley" Wrote:Where did you ride Steve? Have you been in to the Warren lately, has anything else been built?

that was around cuxton area with jon (papa smurf), havent been to the warren in a while though due to the bike being out of action and then riding sunday with jon.

im heading up the warren on wednesday if you are free ?
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#36
I got to work to pay the bills my son!!
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#37
"mashley" Wrote:I got to work to pay the bills my son!!

Big Grin ahhh the positives of being young ... you working this saturday ? if not fancy a road ride to challock then ride kings wood for a bit ?
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#38
I got football on Saturday's still. Seasons not quite finished yet!
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#39
Some of me from Sunday
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- I didn't know that last drop was there as last time I was over that way I didn't ride up to said drop (couldn't be arsed) but upon approaching what looks like a ramp I saw it was a drop so hit it quite hard. Landing is into a loosely ploughed field of chalk so quite shakey too.
My riding is more up and down than the damn area I live in! And the tart's knickers who lives next door - Combined!  :o
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#40
:o quite shakey <- understatement of the century, i thought that either i or the bike was about to shake itself to pieces Undecided

sorry about my bad photography :B some of them are really blurry :B
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