Loonies day out

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Loonies day out

Post by royb » Apr 7th, '19, 19:51

Talking bikes at Loomies.

The white one is faster so I've been told.
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Post by bkingalan » Apr 7th, '19, 20:15

Great day thanks Brian, good to see Roy again & meet Mike (on the busa) just short 300 miles when I got home. Cheers Alan & Mike (on the Ktm)
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Re: Loonies day out

Post by Robbo87 » Apr 8th, '19, 00:07

Gutted I missed this :( :( .
Good to see the Old Guard still look as old and on-guard as normal :), well done Brian, Roy & Alan, keep taking the tablets.
Newbie Mike looks like me - a hundred years ago :)):! . . . . .well done to you also for putting up with those three :)): :)): .

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Re: Loonies day out

Post by ptolemyx » Apr 8th, '19, 04:44

Thanks for posting the pic' Roy. Yes, we were all that blurry by the time we got to Loomies :twisted:
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Re: Loonies day out

Post by royb » Apr 8th, '19, 11:51

ptolemyx wrote:
Apr 8th, '19, 04:44
Thanks for posting the pic' Roy. Yes, we were all that blurry by the time we got to Loomies :twisted:
Just looked at the lens and it was covered in oil - it's meant to be on the bike (oil) not on the camera. Mmmm perhaps I ought to clean it.

The other KTM rider (Mike I think) went missing, filling his belly with nosh - 45minute wait for food such is the popularity of Loomies.

Loads of bikes and bikers to chat to. I could have stayed much longer but leader called "time".

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Re: Loonies day out

Post by MellowYellow » Apr 8th, '19, 12:38

royb wrote:
Apr 8th, '19, 11:51
45minute wait for food such is the popularity of Loomies.
Loads of bikes and bikers to chat to. I could have stayed much longer but leader called "time".
Last time that I was there, couldn't get into the car park. 2+ hr wait for food, so many of us went over to the pub. (Good home made pie for lunch).
Have you noticed that anyone going slower than you is an idiot, and anyone going faster is a maniac ?

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Re: Loonies day out

Post by royb » Apr 8th, '19, 18:07

Hope I remember that tip next time.

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Re: Loonies day out

Post by ptolemyx » Apr 9th, '19, 06:28

Packed lunch........




No, not the Linford sort :80: - I mean sarnies :mrgreen:
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Re: Loonies day out

Post by DaveH » Apr 9th, '19, 06:35

Sorry I missed this one ... it’s on my list to visit one day :-)

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