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Thread: Bikes at the Bay

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    he who knows nothing Click here to find out how to Subscribe
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    sutton, surrey , england.

    Bikes at the Bay


    i'm leaving M25 J8 @ 1000 hrs ,on Sunday , via Leeds castle servs , then A roads to event

    i'm not going slow, and i don't stop and take pictures on the way .

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    Apr 2010
    Quite a long way from the top
    Rules me out - I'm taking the MZ

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    Aug 2007
    Its 200m from my house, but I'll be in France at the time.
    There can only be 11 and I'm one.

    My pics

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