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Author Topic: DTT British ride out  (Read 1706 times)

Offline julian.allard66

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Re: DTT British ride out
« Reply #10 on: Jun 06, 2016, 14:09:21 »
Most of the UK is a long way from Devon, last we had a holiday in Croyde, I think it took about 6 hours to get there from Suffolk thanks to traffic.

Offline momomoey

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Re: DTT British ride out
« Reply #11 on: Jun 13, 2016, 14:22:38 »
You missed it again folks, maybe have a go 2018 ???
I left Manchester 10am Fri30th for 123mile 5h ride up to guisborough via stunning Yorkshire dales, nidderdale, north York moors
Met 26others for Coast2Coast Sat1st Redcar to Whitehaven.  Seaside hotel at St.Bees this year, majority ride back east on Sun.  I headed home via Lakes n Forest of Bowland.
So that's another 415miles on the Ace n nothing vibrated loose this time  :D

For more info n to register see www.boundary500.co.uk , and facebook,  "The Boundary 500 Motorcycle Group"
raise funds for the north air ambulance service, and zoe's place baby hospice



Yep, definitely up for a meet / trip, from sunny Manchester base

Too short notice maybe, but am partaking in annual coast to coast again 2jul2016
Early start 7am ish from beacon on Redcar prom , with plenty of stops for bfast / lunch / tea n choc biscuits enroute to Whitehaven arrival 7pm ish !
Onto beers n B&B

Fancy dress optional! , excellent back roads route, supported by outriders even a van and a trailer last year.
140miles n circa 30bikes

I head back to Manchester the next day via Lakes n Hardknott Pass , others ride back to the North East

More info and pics at   www.boundary500.co.uk/challenges/coast-to-coast

Www.boundary500.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/m_1.jpg
« Last Edit: Jul 31, 2017, 20:11:02 by momomoey »

Offline momomoey

  • Posts: 12
Re: DTT British ride out
« Reply #12 on: Jul 31, 2017, 20:11:28 »
You missed it again folks, maybe have a go 2018 ???
I left Manchester 10am Fri30th for 123mile 5h ride up to guisborough via stunning Yorkshire dales, nidderdale, north York moors
Met 26others for Coast2Coast Sat1st Redcar to Whitehaven.  Seaside hotel at St.Bees this year, majority ride back east on Sun.  I headed home via Lakes n Forest of Bowland.
So that's another 415miles on the Ace n nothing vibrated loose this time  :D

For more info n to register see www.boundary500.co.uk , and facebook,  "The Boundary 500 Motorcycle Group"
raise funds for the north air ambulance service, and zoe's place baby hospice



Yep, definitely up for a meet / trip, from sunny Manchester base

Too short notice maybe, but am partaking in annual coast to coast again 2jul2016
Early start 7am ish from beacon on Redcar prom , with plenty of stops for bfast / lunch / tea n choc biscuits enroute to Whitehaven arrival 7pm ish !
Onto beers n B&B

Fancy dress optional! , excellent back roads route, supported by outriders even a van and a trailer last year.
140miles n circa 30bikes

I head back to Manchester the next day via Lakes n Hardknott Pass , others ride back to the North East

More info and pics at   www.boundary500.co.uk/challenges/coast-to-coast

Www.boundary500.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/m_1.jpg

Offline Luugo86

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Re: DTT British ride out
« Reply #13 on: Jul 31, 2017, 21:31:17 »
Was it Navajo Indian dress-up ay with all the matching ponchos?
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