Sunday 8th December Breakfast ride

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Sunday 8th December Breakfast ride

Post by Red5 » Dec 1st, '19, 18:41

Ok chaps and chappesses,

Ok, it's December but hey, if the weather allows I'll be going for a breakfast blat next Sunday 8th. Be an earlyish start... 0830hrs to avoid the traffic etc.
From Smileys café, Honiton.

Haven't decided which way I'll be going but will probably be 130miles+- in total. taking into consideration temperature and necessary extra coffee stops as required.

Hopefully it'll be dry and bright.

Usual rules of engagement apply. Will be progressive without setting land speed records. Not learner friendly.

Hopefully see some folks out pre Christmas... :D :D :ymhug:
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Re: Sunday 8th December Breakfast ride

Post by bkingalan » Dec 1st, '19, 20:15

Hope to Nick, personal things permitting 👍👍👍👍
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Re: Sunday 8th December Breakfast ride

Post by Kata » Dec 1st, '19, 20:25

8.30 in December? Which Country are you planning to ride in? :-)

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Re: Sunday 8th December Breakfast ride

Post by Red5 » Dec 1st, '19, 20:57

Kata wrote:
Dec 1st, '19, 20:25
8.30 in December? Which Country are you planning to ride in? :-)
Mans country you gert wet lettuce =)) :))
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Re: Sunday 8th December Breakfast ride

Post by awhite46 » Dec 2nd, '19, 17:39

Possibly... Depending upon weather. Are you going to be going through Exeter services area 🤔
I'll be on a new bike.. Not the caponord anymore 😁😁

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Re: Sunday 8th December Breakfast ride

Post by billinom8s » Dec 2nd, '19, 19:58

What you riding?
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Re: Sunday 8th December Breakfast ride

Post by ptolemyx » Dec 2nd, '19, 21:45

If it's warm......and yes I do have pretty decent gear but still feel the cold. It's an age thing.
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Re: Sunday 8th December Breakfast ride

Post by Red5 » Dec 4th, '19, 12:38

ptolemyx wrote:
Dec 2nd, '19, 21:45
If it's warm......and yes I do have pretty decent gear but still feel the cold. It's an age thing.
Going to be positively tropical Brian B-) warmer than last weekend anyway... :D
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Re: Sunday 8th December Breakfast ride

Post by DaveH » Dec 4th, '19, 16:05

Can’t make this weekend :-(

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Re: Sunday 8th December Breakfast ride

Post by billinom8s » Dec 4th, '19, 19:36

Go on then.

Can't do all the run but i'll be there from the start.
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Re: Sunday 8th December Breakfast ride

Post by Crusader Sport » Dec 4th, '19, 20:53

Is this a meet at 8.30 have a cuppa,chin wag then leave or leave the cafe at 8.30.

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Re: Sunday 8th December Breakfast ride

Post by billinom8s » Dec 4th, '19, 22:08

Generally it's leave fuelled up at 0830.

Cafe doesn't open until 9
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Re: Sunday 8th December Breakfast ride

Post by Crusader Sport » Dec 4th, '19, 22:42

OK thanks for reply. Cheers.

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Re: Sunday 8th December Breakfast ride

Post by Red5 » Dec 5th, '19, 08:52

Crusader Sport wrote:
Dec 4th, '19, 20:53
Is this a meet at 8.30 have a cuppa,chin wag then leave or leave the cafe at 8.30.

As Si said, leave at 0830. Early enough for cf this time of year but gives us a bit of time before the traffic really builds up.
Route is still to be confirmed but looking at several varied options. Aim to be back in Exeter no later than 1400hrs at the very latest
O:-) B-)
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Re: Sunday 8th December Breakfast ride

Post by Red5 » Dec 5th, '19, 08:52

DaveH wrote:
Dec 4th, '19, 16:05
Can’t make this weekend :-(
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