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had a great day in the peak district and the ttr keeps on surprising me as to its capability's

 

 



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Anybody taking part in the TRF`s little protest run in Derbyshire tomorrow?

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Since Derbyshire was my stamping ground in my youth I was sorely tempted to attend.

I then thought it a rather expensive protest - it's over a 500 miles round trip and at today's exorbitant £1.40+ per litre it would be a lot of £. cryno

Still, I've often been told that "it's the thought that counts." aww

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oldmickyboy wrote:

had a great day in the peak district and the ttr keeps on surprising me as to its capability's

 


Thanks for sharing the pics - good to hear you are enjoying your TTR wink

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MarkShelley wrote:

Anybody taking part in the TRF`s little protest run in Derbyshire tomorrow?


Seems to have been well supported 



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There seems to have be more riders in that group than are on any of our Devon trail rides! wink

It looked to be an orderly assembly of non-too-young bikers in serious mode. aww

I do hope that the Peak District National Park look on it as a cause for their concern.
It's quite obvious that the actions proposed to be taken by PDNP, because of a few NIMBY protests, have stirred a large user group.

We will see.

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cheers Brian I'm loving the ttr its definitely a keeper
a mate went out yesterday in the peaks and endured nothing but abuse from ramblers but chose to ignore it until a couple of male walkers called him a wxxxxr and thought he didnt hear them until he stopped and showed them his police i.d and gave them a stern word in there ears

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until a couple of male walkers called him a wxxxxr and thought he didnt hear them until he stopped and showed them his police i.d and gave them a stern word in there ears


biggrinbiggrinbiggrin I have ridden with a serving police officer who is a member of this forum and it is reassuring to have him in the group for such occasions biggrinbiggrinbiggrin 



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