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Re: hull and yorkshire area....

Postby sl2371 » Mon Nov 12, 2012 13:32 pm

Dude is your ankle pregers

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Re: hull and yorkshire area....

Postby Giggsmaster » Mon Nov 12, 2012 13:58 pm

it does look abit dodgy.... I now need an ankle strap for my right leg....

By the way, Superstar Nanos are good flat pedals, very nice grip. Though, I've only used them and Crank Brothers 50/50's.

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Re: hull and yorkshire area....

Postby sl2371 » Mon Nov 12, 2012 14:16 pm

is your kankle preggers :D

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Re: hull and yorkshire area....

Postby sl2371 » Mon Nov 12, 2012 14:18 pm

whoops last time i looked there was no reply :o

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Re: hull and yorkshire area....

Postby altern_8 » Mon Nov 12, 2012 17:03 pm

Giggsmaster wrote:Image


Are you a man or a mouse,ive seen bigger boils on my chin then that :lol:

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Re: hull and yorkshire area....

Postby pete80 » Mon Nov 12, 2012 17:55 pm

Looks like a nice piece of brown shagpile carpet that Giggs:lol:
If ya aint 1st, yer last!!!

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Re: hull and yorkshire area....

Postby Giggsmaster » Mon Nov 12, 2012 18:27 pm

Thanks Pete.

Feels nice and cosy between the toes.... :)

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Re: hull and yorkshire area....

Postby bobs bikes » Tue Nov 13, 2012 17:50 pm

Oh that looks a good one mate! Im currently en route to Belgium for a couple of days biking. I don't think I will find any challenging hill climbs!

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Re: hull and yorkshire area....

Postby Giggsmaster » Wed Nov 14, 2012 12:46 pm

Nah, I don't think there will be too many hills out there, but they do have a few nice little climbs on the classics in the Spring, so you never know.....

How come you have gone there Stu, just a couple of days away?

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Re: hull and yorkshire area....

Postby bobs bikes » Fri Nov 16, 2012 17:11 pm

yeah, just took the ferry. two nights on board and a day out peddling to ostende and brugge. £48 quid!

was bloody warm for november! 18 degrees and not a cloud, great time.

what did you do to get your ankle in that mess? it is an impressive lump!

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Re: hull and yorkshire area....

Postby Giggsmaster » Tue Nov 20, 2012 20:38 pm

Not a bad deal that Stu, I was thinking of going across to watch a cyclo-x race, but at the mo it's doesn't look possible with the dodgy ankle. Could be off the bike for a few weeks yet.

I did it at work, only coming down my steps and mis-judging the distance to the floor.... Crack.... :(

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Re: hull and yorkshire area....

Postby altern_8 » Wed Nov 28, 2012 00:41 am

After a few pints and a footie game in the middle,Giggs suggested doing a local ride in between xmas and new year,we both agreed we would look at taking it easy,not sure on a date yet just putting it out there and see if anyone else fancies it?

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Re: hull and yorkshire area....

Postby bobs bikes » Thu Nov 29, 2012 16:46 pm

well, we have our annual ride to hornsea on the 27th. so i can do sunday 30th with you.

by the way, 27th ride is a family friendly one, off to hornsea down the railway line, leaving the shop at 10am, fancy dress and all that! ;)
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Re: hull and yorkshire area....

Postby Giggsmaster » Thu Nov 29, 2012 22:21 pm

I'd probably be looking at 27th or 28th Stu.....

We are at footy on the Saturday for City against Leeds, so I reckon me and our kid will be out for a few beers after. Can't see us in a good state on the 30th mate.

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Re: hull and yorkshire area....

Postby sl2371 » Fri Nov 30, 2012 16:58 pm

I could probably do 27th but any day after that I am working
If it is as wet as it is now dalby might be a better option :lol:

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Re: hull and yorkshire area....

Postby altern_8 » Sat Dec 01, 2012 21:26 pm

If you have a look at Pic entry 32the local routes look nice and dry,i dont know why you think they are wet at the moment Si:lol:

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Re: hull and yorkshire area....

Postby sl2371 » Sat Dec 01, 2012 22:00 pm

And you still want to do a local ride over xmas :roll:

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Re: hull and yorkshire area....

Postby altern_8 » Sun Dec 02, 2012 00:38 am

Hopalong Cassidy was on about doing more road then off road as he doesnt think his ankle will be up for it :lol:

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Re: hull and yorkshire area....

Postby sl2371 » Sun Dec 02, 2012 19:49 pm

If its just road work then I will put my road wheels on

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Re: hull and yorkshire area....

Postby Giggsmaster » Sun Dec 02, 2012 21:30 pm

Yeah, I'll know nearer the time whether my ankle will be up for a proper bit of off-roading lads.

Should have known Si would be champing to go to Dalby..... :wink:


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