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Bloody nettles
#11
I know that climb as well,have'nt done it for ages though.As for stinging nettles,don't get much problem with these,maybe your just more susceptible to there sting.Trouble with that climb is that there isn't much at the top to ride,though the woods in Waldershare Park are quite good.
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#12
I wonder if you build up an immunity to nettles over time as they don't hurt as much as they used to when i first started riding.
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#13
That's cos you've gained a layer of fat to insulate yourself!!!!
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#14
[quote="]That's cos you've gained a layer of fat to insulate yourself!!!![/quote"]

Big Grin
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#15
[quote="]That's cos you've gained a layer of fat to insulate yourself!!!![/quote"]

Possibly lol Big Grin
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#16
Firstly 'hello, and Welcome to sketchy, you big nettle Jessie' but also the end of season nettles seem to be extra potent this year. It'll pass
Keep it foolish...
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