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biggrinThat is kinda funny as i don't see how it relates to the world snowboarding tour? As you said it aint like these things can perform like snow mobiles. Not that i know though as i never see snow here even though it feels cold enough to snow lol. Yep Martyn i think everyone has caught the olympic fever,or they are in hiding from it lol biggrin



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Yep - very quiet here. I confess that I was a bit anti-Olympics to start off with but have really enjoyed stuff that I would never normally have any interest in such as archery.

The Brits did well in the gymnastics eh?  

OK - enough TV - back out into the workshop to check if the carb change on the project bike improves it at all wink

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This site says that the TTR is rebranded "World Snowboard Tour"

CLICKY LINKY

Quite amazing confuse because mine didn't steer very well in the snow last winter. biggrin

 

Is everyone watching too much Olympics telly of late?

The boards have been dead lately. yawn

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The article reads, "The TTR World Snowboard Tour, have just announced via their Facebook page that they have officially dropped the ‘TTR’ in their name and rebranded to ‘World Snowboard Tour.’ They’ve also launched a brand spanking new and improved website to go with it.
The original ‘Ticket To Ride’ was established back in 2002 by Terje Haakonsen and a few other notable event organisers."  confuse

It has nowt to do with Yamaha or their TTR that we know so well. biggrin

I've often mused on what TTR stands for - could it be Ticket To Ride? aww

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Was'nt having a go or anything just a laugh biggrin Maybe it is ticket to ride,sounds good to me :)



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Have to confess to watching some beach volley ball (f/m) but missed it when it was raining, allegedly more 'interesting'

 

However, sun is out, Mrs is going out, so I am off to play on TTR and to try slackening fuel filler should 'hunting' arise.



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