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PORC Pre Race Practise 2 - Friday 14th March
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A few of us cannot make it this Sunday, so will be heading down to PORC for a play on the new bike during the afternoon of next Friday.

All welcome Smile
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#2
What new bike you got rach?
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#3
Torque DHX Rockzone - you can see it up close & personal on race day. Unless you can get to Perry @ 8 tomorrow?
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#4
Would love to come tomorrow but put in an offer for a property and got to visit the estate agent etc tomorrow!
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#5
Shame I had to leave so soon but rad killner got a good shot over the double


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#6
Got my new spring on the bike & forecast good for tomorrow so hoping to be at PORC around noon 8)
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#7
So.........how's the new bike? Doing all the humps 'n' bumps?
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#8
Loving the new bike thanks. Second outing & getting used to the different geometry. River Gap seemed huge after so many months away, but managed to stay on each time! Not hitting everything yet, but surprised how easy it felt to throw it round the switchbacks - even with the 780mm bars 8)
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"DaisyDaring" Wrote:Loving the new bike thanks. Second outing & getting used to the different geometry. River Gap seemed huge after so many months away, but managed to stay on each time! Not hitting everything yet, but surprised how easy it felt to throw it round the switchbacks - even with the 780mm bars 8)

Stream gap Wink The wider bars make it easier as there is more leaverage to throw the bike over.
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