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Post by Bondy » Oct 17th, '04, 16:49

[url]http://www.bearingboys.co.uk/13245-af[/url] For all bearings, belts and tool etc.

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Post by A_T » Oct 17th, '04, 16:55

You can check out the one in my sig too :wink:
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Re: Weather

Post by Dave » Oct 17th, '04, 17:25

Just made this sticky as I think it's a good link.

I'll dig out the original Met Office one & do the same as I think they're both useful

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Post by Bikerbird » Oct 18th, '04, 17:07

Looks like i'll have to wait till wed to take my bike out then :( first time in weeks.
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Post by viv » Oct 18th, '04, 17:12

With all this all weather gear what is wrong with a bit of rain, I love it in all weathers, ok the bike has to be cleaned but I love bringing it back to shine after all the mud, but then I am a farmer's daughter so use to rough terrain.
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Re: Weather

Post by Dave » Oct 19th, '04, 08:07

I just heard on Gemini Radio that today will be cold with bright sun in most areas, and a couple of small showers in the east.

Got all excited.... Look out the window

IT'S PI55ING IT DOWN

Don't Gemini Radio have windows :cry:

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Re: Weather

Post by Jak » Oct 19th, '04, 09:39

Hate to tell you this Dave ... here in Newton Abbot ... the sun's shining and there are some nice fluffy white clouds :twisted:

Go on ... go out anyway :lol:
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Post by technobear » Oct 19th, '04, 10:26

Typical Brits - all they ever talk about is the weather :roll:
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Re: Weather

Post by Dave » Oct 19th, '04, 10:26

Woo-hoo.

Newton Abbott here I come :twisted:

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Post by miler » Oct 19th, '04, 12:08

Jak";p="9907 wrote: Hate to tell you this Dave ... here in Newton Abbot ... the sun's shining and there are some nice fluffy white clouds :twisted:

Go on ... go out anyway :lol:
its the same in Plymouth...

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