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Blean, Tue 15th, 18:45 at Oaks Park.
#1
Couple of hours blast round the hopefully dry trails of Blean, Clows and Thornden. Meeting at 6:45 for 7 start. All welcome, helmet and lights essential.
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#2
I'm riding straight after work this week. Another time though.
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#3
I should be there.
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#4
Road riding on Tuesday, but rode Blean yesterday, running so so nicely! Some trails could do with a bit of maintenance though.
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#5
cant make it, will get to blean sometime in 2014!
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#6
Tuesday night is climb night Smile
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#7
I am going to have to let you down on tonight. I have to make my house stag-do proof before people arrive in the morning. I have left everything until the last minute like always Sad

Sorry Sad
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#8
No worries dude, Lee is riding now so i won't be all on my own.

Anyone else?? It's the best conditions for about 5 months at the moment!
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#9
Can't get out tonight but was at Clowes/Thornden at the weekend and it's great up there atm. Hoping for next week as we're away for Easter. Will be riding the forest of bere on thursday...

mmmm... bere....
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#10
I would like to head out for this spin if that is ok. It has been a long time since I was on a spin so I might be a little slow but will try to keep up.
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