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PostPosted: Thu May 08, 2008 7:49 pm 
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Meeting at Macdonalds on the M11 roundabout in Harlow at 9am, departing at 9.30. Destination the Super Sausage cafe at Potterspury.
then the Silverstone loop, finishing at Buntingford.

There will be different routes to Potterspury including a steady group and a cross country route via Newport Pagnell so something for everyone.
This ride is open to all members and guests.

hopefully no snow this time :lol:

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Location: Too close to Harlow!!!
Looks like the weather will be cool with light showers but still a great day out. Bring your wets and have fun!!! :D

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absolutely more than welcome

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just seen the weather and the forcast is dry for sunday so nothing to stop you all coming for a ride. remember this ride is open to all members and their guests.
see you there :P :P :P

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Brilliant day, Many thanks to Chris, Rob & Geoff for leading. At the cafe by the time they were calling 91 and my 62 had still not appeared I was getting seriously worried. Pictures have been posted.

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:D :D :D

Thanks Rob for leading the way to the Super Sausage today and to Ken for being back marker. We enjoyed the route as always especially the '507'! Keep up the good work. Cheers

Dave and Nicki Iszard

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Thanks leads and tail enders for leading us on a great route for the day.
:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

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Thanks to everyone who organised the run today. I had never done the Silverstone loop before and it certainly made an interesting addition to the expedition.

Pictures have been posted at http://www.cee-gee-gee.com/gallery/v/eamg2008/08_05_18/

The pocket sized camera may not take such good pictures but there are many of them. If anyone has been left out I apologise - please make sure you get in front of the camera on the next run!

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PostPosted: Mon May 19, 2008 5:45 am 
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I agree, many thanks to Chris for organising and everyone else who led/tailended.

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I agree, many thanks to Chris for organising and everyone else who led/tailended.

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Just to add my Thanks to all the organising that people did for this ride, it's always a great one. :D :D
By the time I got home (after a final cuppa in Finchingfield :lol: ) I'd had 265 miles of Great roads, great company and great weather :D
Topped off by a cold beer at home and a blinding GP race to watch. Mr Steggles was a happy boy :lol: 8)

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