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Post  SteveCat on Wed Jun 08 2016, 11:07

First topic message reminder :

We've been discussing this for a while, but time has come to announce the details of the inaugural ride through the Cotswolds.



Basing ourselves at the Holt Hotel on the crossroads of the B4030 and the A4260 near Steeple Aston. There are other accommodation options available, B&B's from about a mile away and a  camp-site about 4 miles away.
Meet at The Holt from Friday evening for those staying over, those close by who would like to join for the day's ride-out are most welcome and can join us in the hotel car park Saturday morning. Conveniently there is a petrol station opposite the hotel.


The price of the hotel (per person per night)
RO: £35
BB: £40
DBB: £65

bookings please either via this thread or a PM to Ondurin (Raymond). The ride-out is in the planning stages, however getting an idea of how many will be able to make the ride-out will help with the catering choices.


If you could put your names down here, the master list will updated. Questions and discussions are welcome in this thread.


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Post  The White One on Tue Aug 16 2016, 02:17

Fantastic write up Paul, I've got footage of the horse that nearly killed me lol. I believe I also have your overtake on film possibly, maybe whoops no sorry deleted it. Just editing the footage and swear words out and compiling a few shorts and I'll post up the finished articles.

Definitely have to meet up with you guys and do that run again soon. I want another shot at that Fish Hill, such a great road, they all were.


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Post  SteveCat on Tue Aug 16 2016, 10:20

Thanks Paul for your great write up, you are however a little modest, if I may...

I was tail end charlie till the afternoon tea stop where Paul kindly took over, thank you. Had some fun on the B4437 behind Bob but needed to slow down a bit when the pain in my left arm got too much. Really need to get to the bottom of why I get it, only happened since I got the Tracer.

Thanks Paul (The  White One)  for looking out for me whilst I was TEC, sorry for giving you the scare when I kept disappearing - combination of the above mentioned pain and also hanging back so I could 'catch up' Wink
I'd like to do at least Fish Hill again, maybe we can arrange a day to get up there.

I ought to play down just what a great ride it was in fear of others reading this and wishing to ride this part of the country Laughing
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Post  Ondurin on Tue Aug 16 2016, 11:34

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Fantastic write up Paul, I've got footage of the horse that nearly killed me lol. I believe I also have your overtake on film possibly, maybe whoops no sorry deleted it. Just editing the footage and swear words out and compiling a few shorts and I'll post up the finished articles.

Definitely have to meet up with you guys and do that run again soon. I want another shot at that Fish Hill, such a great road, they all were.


Please tell me you have the footage of my bike going sideways because of the massive cats-eyes?

Love to see what it looked like in comparison to what it felt like!

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Post  Rosco on Tue Aug 16 2016, 11:52

Nice write up Paul.

I don't remember you overtaking me either.
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Post  yamahamad on Tue Aug 16 2016, 19:18

Excellent write up as usual Paul, thanks for sharing.

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Post  Radar on Wed Aug 17 2016, 21:52

Great review Paul, makes me feel even worse about forgetting it!


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