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Old 07-08-11, 04:17 PM   #21
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Glad you all got home ok
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Old 07-08-11, 04:25 PM   #22
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Been back few hours. First part of the trip was soaking wet, but then second half the sun came out
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Old 07-08-11, 04:43 PM   #23
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800 miles, 250ish in the rain, too many Strongbows, too many burgers and one unusually dirty bike.
Thanks to everyone that organised things.
Never again though!
Oh alright, go on then, maybe next year.
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haha Mr Idle biker!! Was great to meet you, glad you enjoyed you're first AR! See you next year.
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Got home at 1545 after a fairly uneventful trip down the M6 and M5 back to the good ol' Forest of Dean. 450 miles for me over the weekend - would have been more but didn't do the rideout due to a migraine. Ah well, theres always next year... wheres it going to be?
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Back home, nearly fell asleep on motorway Ooops. Bloody Sat nav took me all over place so had a lovely tour of the country on way back.

I have a very tired dog. Lovely to see old and new faces.

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Got back home an hour or so ago... time to catch up on the sleep preston stole from me last night.
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Old 07-08-11, 05:11 PM   #28
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i is home .. that was wet lol

i think there is something wrong with my bike as i filled up at kirkby motors and got to kirkcaldy in fife on 1 tank of petrol 17 the light just started flashing as i got to the petrol station.

a big big thank you to all involved for organising a very pleasurable time.

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Made it back fine, albeit through a few more showers on the way down!!
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Back home safe.

Brilliant weekend thanks to everyone who helped out
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