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    Bakery Ride - The Great Christmas Escape 2021

    Well done Bakerman - https://www.facebook.com/events/s/th...09838740759058

    If you have not done this, it is a cracking day out - with a lot of pasties!

    Come along and share widely - it's all in aid of charity!

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    Probably time to bump this up the charts again - thanks.

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    Booked my accommodation, looking forward to this again.

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    Great day out - well done Bakerman - reported as 430 attendees!

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    Yes, was another fantastic day outwell done Mr Burbidge

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    Just after midday with the forecast of another wet afternoon at home I geared up, jumped on the GSA and wizzed over to Tileshead and arrived in just in time to say Hi to Steve, Becky and the Team - You’d done a good job of eating everything bar the vegetarian sausage rolls
    Sell my bike?
    I would rather stick wasps up my arse !

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    Had a great day out myself.

    Plenty of grub when I was there

    Ready To >> Rest

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie View Post
    Had a great day out myself.

    Plenty of grub when I was there

    Looked good weather, we've had rain all week
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    So many roads...........So little time......

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    Looks great. More pictures anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    Looked good weather, we've had rain all week
    Us too, but although it did rain, there was some blue sky in the afternoon.

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    Looks great. More pictures anyone?
    I only took very few pics.

    I rode backstop in this group.



    ...and the obligatory photo at Stonehenge.

    Ready To >> Rest

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    Looks like you raised £14,750! Well done
    Sell my bike?
    I would rather stick wasps up my arse !

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie View Post
    Us too, but although it did rain, there was some blue sky in the afternoon.



    I only took very few pics.

    I rode backstop in this group.



    ...and the obligatory photo at Stonehenge.

    Nice one! Great weather too! Many there riding a GS? I guess one wouldn’t want to get one muddy.


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    There were a few big bikes out. One group including a couple of 9*0s, 1090s and big GSs overtook our slower group near Stonehenge. They looked pretty talented to me.
    Ready To >> Rest

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    Would have loved this but had family staying over, so not free to attend this years event.

    Well done Bakerman and Mrs Floury baps, another great fundraiser.
    ADAM

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    Great day out, true to form I fell off in a huge puddle and got soaked. Somebody has the picture.

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    That must have involved an immense amount of organisation. And all for charity....

    Fantastic work Bakes, you are an inspiration.
    The Other PaulG



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