Muddy Ride SAT 3rd OCT

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Re: Muddy Ride SAT 3rd OCT

Post by Dan_RR » Sep 25th, '20, 19:39

Hey Gus, most of us can only get between 60 - 80miles out of a tank so have to stop somewhere along the way. I wouldn't worry about bringing extra we will stop at a couple places I'm sure.
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Re: Muddy Ride SAT 3rd OCT

Post by Tractorwackyracer » Sep 25th, '20, 20:23

No problem ref fuel we normally stop fo4 lunch at a garage
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Re: Muddy Ride SAT 3rd OCT

Post by Gus » Sep 25th, '20, 22:19

Great, looking forward to it!

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Re: Muddy Ride SAT 3rd OCT

Post by Tractorwackyracer » Sep 27th, '20, 18:25

Ok so Saturday is lo9ing a little moist so please ware suitable gear I Alway pack a spare pair of gloves nice to put on a dry pair after lunch
Lightweight military goretex waterproofs are good loads on eBay
Please remember the day is not a enduro race
Please make sure is prepared with good tyres etc
Please bring any tools and tubes you might need
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Re: Muddy Ride SAT 3rd OCT

Post by f0zzy » Sep 28th, '20, 17:02

I got a spare tube and tyre irons, is a front lift strap worth investing in? Just starting to put my kit together ready for Saturday, if I order a strap today it should be here by Friday.I'll also throw in some zip ties, cutters and a selection of tools.

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Re: Muddy Ride SAT 3rd OCT

Post by Tractorwackyracer » Sep 28th, '20, 17:17

Sounds good
lift straps a good idea front or back you can use a old fan belt or web strapping Remember you have to carry it all 😀
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Re: Muddy Ride SAT 3rd OCT

Post by podrick » Sep 30th, '20, 15:42

I have accidentally sold my Enduro bike so unfortunately can't make this weekend, hope you all have a great day. Perfect conditions for a fun day out

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Re: Muddy Ride SAT 3rd OCT

Post by Tractorwackyracer » Sep 30th, '20, 17:18

Would it of dissolved in the rain ? 😂
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Re: Muddy Ride SAT 3rd OCT

Post by podrick » Sep 30th, '20, 17:58

Tractorwackyracer wrote:
Sep 30th, '20, 17:18
Would it of dissolved in the rain ? 😂
Haha, possibly. It was a Husqvarna :D

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Re: Muddy Ride SAT 3rd OCT

Post by Tractorwackyracer » Sep 30th, '20, 18:06

What’s next on the list ??
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Re: Muddy Ride SAT 3rd OCT

Post by Gus » Sep 30th, '20, 20:34

I am in, hope it is still on? More mud more fun 👌👍

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Re: Muddy Ride SAT 3rd OCT

Post by billinom8s » Sep 30th, '20, 20:40

We may only manage 40 miles if the tide is in and the mud is up =)) .
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Re: Muddy Ride SAT 3rd OCT

Post by f0zzy » Sep 30th, '20, 21:37

@Tractorwackyracer - what a great tip about the military waterproofs on eBay. Mine turned up today, full Goretx top and bottom for £30. I'm going to get some more for walking the dogs in the Winter, hopefully the little gets won't be able to see me in the camo' :)

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Re: Muddy Ride SAT 3rd OCT

Post by billinom8s » Oct 1st, '20, 05:57

Stick a pic up
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Re: Muddy Ride SAT 3rd OCT

Post by Gus » Oct 1st, '20, 09:05

Number of miles will be subject to how complicated lanes Tractorwackyracer chooses and how determined us (mortals) will be. For now, it seems we are ok in determination department. But we`ll see how it goes when we get there. :)

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