8th August

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You are of course welcome along to any Southwestbikers rideout, however your bike must be in good mechanical order (we don’t want anything falling off of it including you), taxed and have a current MOT. You must have a valid motorcycle licence and current motor insurance. You are in charge of your motorcycle at all times and SWB will not accept any responsibility for actions you take or any accidents you may have. Always ride within your own capabilities and do not put others at risk. Remember, while you are on a Southwestbikers rideout you are representing the site and what it stands for.
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Re: 8th August

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Ming wrote: Jul 6th, '21, 14:29 Yeah, me too. I'll meet you at Honiton, if only to see Phil's revived Trumpet. If I go to Wellington I might miss it 😁
billinom8s wrote: Jul 6th, '21, 16:55 Best go to Ottery instead, he has a long driveway.
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i've seen you waddle phil. only gotta break into a gentle stroll with an incline to leave you standing :)):
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Robbo87 wrote: Jul 6th, '21, 08:37 Smileys:-
ptolemyx
Crusader (tec)
royb
Robbo87 (The 'mature' grey one)
Wellington:-
Phil (the younger grey one)
Wendy
Jug
Karl (the good looking one)
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ptolemyx
Crusader (tec)
royb
Robbo87 (The 'mature/old' grey one)
Htangye
Ming

Wellington:-
Phil (the younger grey one)
Wendy
Jug
Karl (the good looking one)
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billinom8s wrote: Jul 6th, '21, 18:21 i've seen you waddle phil. only gotta break into a gentle stroll with an incline to leave you standing :)):
Who said anything about 🦵. I've been without them since discovering cider and beer :D .
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ptolemyx (the devastatingly good looking greyone who all the ladies - and Nick - drool over)
Crusader (tec)
royb
Robbo87 (The 'mature/old' grey one)
Htangye
Ming

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Phil (the younger grey one)
Wendy
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Karl (the good looking one)
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Route with a little tweak:-
https://goo.gl/maps/N1FbRo8QQs55iBQx9
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Ptolemyx (the devastatingly good looking greyone who all the ladies - and Nick - drool over)
Crusader (tec)
royb
Robbo87 (The 'mature/old' grey one)
Htangye
Ming

Wellington:-
Phil (the younger grey one)
Wendy
Jug
Karl (the good looking one)
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Re: 8th August

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Just got my 45yo goldwing on the road.
It's hilarious to ride, its shonky and a on going project. Whilst riding everything takes awhile to happen compared to modern bikes.

Would this be up with your riding style?
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I've messaged you Karl.
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Busa Bro wrote: Jul 27th, '21, 08:49 Just got my 45yo goldwing on the road.
It's hilarious to ride, its shonky and a on going project. Whilst riding everything takes awhile to happen compared to modern bikes.

Would this be up with your riding style?
Bring it on the friendly.
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Re: 8th August

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Current forecast is for a few showers so I may well have my high waist overtroos on again for you fashionistas to admire :mrgreen:
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Showers... ah, I think my dog ate my motorbike. :erm:
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ptolemyx wrote: Aug 2nd, '21, 04:04 Current forecast is for a few showers so I may well have my high waist overtroos on again for you fashionistas to admire :mrgreen:
As long as your overtrollies have a fast-open heavy duty front flap to facilitate the constant p-stops, we'll put up with you wearing them :)): .

Have you got a spare pair for Roy?
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Re: 8th August

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:ar!
Robbo87 wrote: Aug 3rd, '21, 17:03 [search][/search]
ptolemyx wrote: Aug 2nd, '21, 04:04 Current forecast is for a few showers so I may well have my high waist overtroos on again for you fashionistas to admire :mrgreen:
As long as your overtrollies have a fast-open heavy duty front flap to facilitate the constant p-stops, we'll put up with you wearing them :)): .

Have you got a spare pair for Roy?

No fast fly in mine; I've got to pull em down, and they fail on the promise of keeping me dry, although they do delay the process. :ar!
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