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young Ed

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I meant thighs it was a typo! :P
or what pat of the post were you referring to
Cheers Ed
P.S I though I had changed it quick enough for no one to see but you managed to read it and quote it! :sad: :evil:
 

welsh dragon

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I meant thighs it was a typo! :P
or what pat of the post were you referring to
Cheers Ed
P.S I though I had changed it quick enough for no one to see but you managed to read it and quote it! :sad: :evil:
 
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Bobby Mhor

Bobby Mhor

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Are you the man of turnips?

Did you take the train? Was up there last year in glorious weather, sweltering hot it was. Stayed an Pen-Y-Gwryd Hotel (home of British Mountaineering, apparently), went up Miners & down the PYG, great fun, and finished the 3 Peaks this year with Ben Nevis.
No... I bleeding walked the Miners then down the Llanberis track !! and finally completed the Three Peak Challenge in just over 44 years :thumbsup:

Hi and welcome from Glasgow:welcome:
Hello Jimmy :smile:

Is this still there?
I dunno :sad:

yeah I'm the one with the big thighs round here!
Cheers Ed
:welcome:
A thunderous one are we?
 

Scoosh

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:hello: Bobby Mhor and :welcome: to CycleChat ! :wahhey:

There are quite a few loads of CC Ecosse folk over west and some of them seem curiously fascinated with the delights of Arran :rolleyes: (do a Search for it !).

Hope to meet and ride with you in the coming 'season' ... :bicycle:
 

young Ed

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Hope to meet and ride with you in the coming 'season' ... :bicycle:
what season it's always the right riding weather and the only season i know of is 365 days long! :biggrin:
@Bobby Mhor so what you into road, touring mtb or what???
and what bike you on thats when the drooling starts for some
Cheers Ed
 
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Bobby Mhor

Bobby Mhor

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:hello: Bobby Mhor and :welcome: to CycleChat ! :wahhey:

There are quite a few loads of CC Ecosse folk over west and some of them seem curiously fascinated with the delights of Arran :rolleyes: (do a Search for it !).

Hope to meet and ride with you in the coming 'season' ... :bicycle:
Spent some weekends in Lamlash in the mid 70s plus Gaoda Bheinn (google it) called me a couple of years ago.....

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Bobby Mhor

Bobby Mhor

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what season it's always the right riding weather and the only season i know of is 365 days long! :biggrin:
@Bobby Mhor so what you into road, touring mtb or what???
and what bike you on thats when the drooling starts for some
Cheers Ed
I'm on a Halfords Voodoo hybrid, I have no pretensions, no preference and just enjoy the tracks, back roads and beyond. My cycling is done at a 'toodle'. I look out the window and just go..I've done just under 1,700 mile since March, 'toodled' of course :smile:. I mix my cycling with my other nerdy hobbies.
 
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Bobby Mhor

Bobby Mhor

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I'm on a Halfords Voodoo hybrid, I have no pretensions, no preference and just enjoy the tracks, back roads and beyond. My cycling is done at a 'toodle'. I look out the window and just go..I've done just under 1,700 mile since March, 'toodled' of course :smile:. I mix my cycling with my other nerdy hobbies.
Oh and at just under 18 st, I do not do hills very well...
 

young Ed

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doesn't look like a bad bike.
we all have secret nerdy hobbies like cnc programming for me! :tongue:
and with regards to 18st that's a real problem mate you need to get up to at lest 20 stone with muscle!In glasgow you have a fair few deccent hills? that should help.
that said i'm only about 10.5st
Cheers Ed
 
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