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Post  Rob Cat on Sun Aug 03 2014, 21:26

The boss has decided he is sick of me and sending me to France for 2 years. I'll be locating close to Fontainebleau, anyone know of any good runs or clubs in the area?
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Post  0ldcat on Sun Aug 03 2014, 23:29

Dunno where the blue fountain is chap. Is it in anyway connected to the yellow river ?
But seriously, which region of France is that ?

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Post  bobh on Mon Aug 04 2014, 21:49

It's just south of Paris, so a bit of a way to the Pyrenees.  Billy Whizz 

Also, the area is fairly heavily populated, with little villages (with 30 Kph limits and traffic calming) every few Km. Nice forests, though.  great 

From my admittedly rather limited local knowledge, mainly gained on business visits to Chatillon-sur-Seine, I'd say the most likely way to find decent roads would be to head east or south-east. I seem to remember the D965 from Auxerre via Chablis and Tonnere to Chatillon being quite interesting - in a car, that is. There are definitely some nice ones around and beyond Chaumont, but that's a further step away.

Whatever, I'm sure you'll find something worth riding.
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Post  Rosco on Mon Aug 04 2014, 22:50

Nice boss ?!?

Hope it all works out for you.
We'll still be here when you get back......and while you're away come to think of it.

Good luck.

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