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    I have the micro SD card in the XT and it shows...

    I have the micro SD card in the XT and it shows in Basecamp as such. I then select the route and use the send to option and send it to the memory card. In the XT I then open up the trip planner and...
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    I find downloading routes to the micro SD card,...

    I find downloading routes to the micro SD card, and then importing them from there, leads to less changes from the Basecamp version of the routes.
  3. The Corrieairack Pass is a scheduled ancient...

    The Corrieairack Pass is a scheduled ancient monument according to this article: https://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/cairngorms/corrieyairack-pass.shtml
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    I don't know, all I was reporting on was what the...

    I don't know, all I was reporting on was what the arrow was doing, ie not being a north indicating arrow.
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    Tried your method Berin, and I can see the...

    Tried your method Berin, and I can see the polygon with a red bit indicating north when looking at the page with the Map Orientation displayed, but when back in the View Map screen, all the arrow...
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    Great ride out to Ardreck Castle from Aberdeen on...

    Great ride out to Ardreck Castle from Aberdeen on Staurday via Loch Shin. Then home via Ullapool and the lovely A835. No rain and the flies are certainly out, so the swallows will be feeding well.
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  7. A method of having the maps onto your PC without...

    A method of having the maps onto your PC without connecting the XT is here: https://www.zumouserforums.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=48&t=1248 you might need to register to see the post.

    Alternatively...
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    After the original Traverse the jackets I've...

    After the original Traverse the jackets I've tried have all been very tight in the wrist area for getting gloves underneath, is the latitude any better?
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    And so it starts again:...

    And so it starts again:...
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    I'm sorry to hear that you're not fully 100% and...

    I'm sorry to hear that you're not fully 100% and applaud your bravery in knowing what is and what isn't a good idea.

    Hope you keep well to keep on enjoying a tipple every now and then.
  11. The Antonine Wall near to Falkirk Wheel is worth...

    The Antonine Wall near to Falkirk Wheel is worth a visit, if you're into that sort of thing. And a nice day trip out for you to see this:...
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    Textile and Cordura construction I have read, but...

    Textile and Cordura construction I have read, but seem to have extra protection in areas likely to be abraded in an off. Have they got any CE certification?
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    One of the few bikes I've owned where I didn't...

    One of the few bikes I've owned where I didn't feel the need to put an after market one on for enhancing the sound.
  14. On the first tour, rather than going through the...

    On the first tour, rather than going through the residential bit of Den Helder, I'd go via Fort Kijkduin https://fortkijkduin.nl/en/ worth a visit and then around the dyke past the Lange Jap, a very...
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    I've been to Sumburgh airport a few times with...

    I've been to Sumburgh airport a few times with work. The Jarlshoff near to the airport is very interesting and I want to get up to Sumburgh head, rather than just flying a few feet above it on the...
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    This month's Ride magazine has a group test on...

    This month's Ride magazine has a group test on heated gloves.
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    I'm not Spartacus either :D

    I'm not Spartacus either :D
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    Might be coincidental, but in the latest Bike...

    Might be coincidental, but in the latest Bike magazine, Wheels have a Goldwing at a sizeable discount :eek:
  19. I remember having the same thoughts about the...

    I remember having the same thoughts about the corner speeds on the N120 heading west out of Leon, around 2000. Not enough cameras or police to make too much difference on what you did.

    Like you...
  20. Just as well I'm above average :P

    Just as well I'm above average :P
  21. I wasn't aware of this, is there a definitive...

    I wasn't aware of this, is there a definitive length for the truck that you can't overtake?
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    No, it's the January 2021 edition that has an...

    No, it's the January 2021 edition that has an article about the Fury Air bag vest and a couple of Furygan jackets.
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    Hopefully these "shits" won't be travelling up...

    Hopefully these "shits" won't be travelling up here any time in the near future:
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    Latest Ride magazine has an article about...

    Latest Ride magazine has an article about inflatable jackets.
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    Doesn't have the link for the cover in it :P

    Doesn't have the link for the cover in it :P
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