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M&D Christmas 10

Postby roger j wrenn » Sun Nov 25, 2007 9:38 pm

Anyone doing the M&D 10 on the 16th Dec.
a good social event , can do it in fancy dress so you can win a prize without getting out of breath
Always gaurantee Father Christmas will be riding so bring your Wish List !!
I will be doing it on fixed again. Entries in by the end of week
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Postby Claire » Mon Nov 26, 2007 9:58 am

I've entered it and looking forward to it, I'm going for under the hour - as it's the day after we get back from skiing so my legs will be wrecked - so going to take it nice and easy but no way on a fixed wheel.

I've even got him in doors to ride it, although he'll pull out if it's raining, windy or a bit grey!
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Postby roger j wrenn » Mon Nov 26, 2007 9:20 pm

well done Claire
Better collect your skin suit then !!!
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Postby Si ward » Mon Nov 26, 2007 10:22 pm

come on then roger lets get the same inch gear on and have our own fixed wheel race. full mudguards included
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Postby Mickoc » Tue Nov 27, 2007 8:44 pm

come on then roger lets get the same inch gear on and have our own fixed wheel race. full mudguards included  with flap


ho ho ho

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Re: M&D Christmas 10

Postby roger j wrenn » Sun Dec 16, 2007 6:48 pm

Where are your club mates when you need them.
Club run came past the start with 2 mins to go and would not hang on for me !!

Rode fixed did 26.12
Clare 3rd Lady rode as Blunder Women 31.01
Wayne Marchbank rode as Austin Powers (Claire beat him )
Simon Ward as Burtons Dummy in his new suit with trouser clips, :glasses5:

Great event good to meet up for a chat
was won by John Morgan 23.54
2nd John Surtess 23.48
3rd Tony Stott 23.59 an amazing ride he's been very seriously ill
with cancer and has not ridden for 12 months
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Re: M&D Christmas 10

Postby thetrotter » Sun Dec 16, 2007 7:09 pm

Down the road waiting for you!! Fossy even dropped his energy bar so that we could give you a tow. Where were you? :salut: Rather you than me riding on a day like that. Too cold and too windy.
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Re: M&D Christmas 10

Postby Si ward » Sun Dec 16, 2007 8:45 pm

Roger you forgot the bit about how you would have beat them all if the only brake you had on your bike wasn't fully on for the whole of the ride.
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Re: M&D Christmas 10

Postby Mickoc » Sun Dec 16, 2007 11:35 pm

Rog,

We must have gone over the line at a blistering speed of about 16mph( due to the headwind). As Dave Higham states Fozzy dropped an energy bar as a cunning plan to give you a tow.

When we got to the A50 nobody caught us. 50 miles in the legs by then. We carried on into the head wind all the way home.

Cold but happy we'd done our miles for the day (62miles).

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Re: M&D Christmas 10

Postby roger j wrenn » Mon Dec 17, 2007 12:33 am

Si ward wrote:Roger you forgot the bit about how you would have beat them all if the only brake you had on your bike wasn't fully on for the whole of the ride.


Yes that was a pity !! Had to jam it on to save me from going under the front of a horse box, and it stayed on the rim . It's a bit difficult cornering flat out on fixed.
Not recommended :sign6: :sign6:
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