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    Yeah, me too. Great thread. TD old school.
    Looks nice round your way.

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    The Holy grail has been sourced!

    Found this minter on my travels today, only 30k

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    Save your money, Chitty.















    (Unless you can haggle it down to THB 30,000)

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    Back in the saddle today!

    A glorious spring like day at 14 of

    Attacked by a feral peacock, chased the fooker through a hedge hoping to bang it in the pot tonight.

    But alas it was too quick...
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    Feeling the thigh burn today,all good.
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    Erm, Chit that's a Pheasant..

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    I ain't no Peasant plucker, it had a lucky escape.

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    Nice to get the opportunity today to blow the cobwebs away with a two hour refreshing ride.

    Discovered a new cycle path, here's a few pics from the ride...

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    Those black clouds followed me around ominously threatening to saturate me and they succeeded in the home straight.


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    A mummified nag

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    A little red tractor with a 1975 tax disc

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    A Tudor farm house, complete with duck pond.


    Sun, wind, rain and hailstones.
    The weather carn't decide whether it's Winter or Spring.

    Legs are seizing up now, no pain no gain!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Nice to get the opportunity today to blow the cobwebs away with a two hour refreshing ride.

    Discovered a new cycle path, here's a few pics from the ride...

    On my bike-20190304_140545-jpg
    Those black clouds followed me around ominously threatening to saturate me and they succeeded in the home straight.


    On my bike-20190304_140803-jpg

    A mummified nag

    On my bike-20190304_141510-jpg
    A little red tractor with a 1975 tax disc

    On my bike-20190304_141117-1-jpg
    A Tudor farm house, complete with duck pond.


    Sun, wind, rain and hailstones.
    The weather carn't decide whether it's Winter or Spring.

    Legs are seizing up now, no pain no gain!

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    Some nice pics on this thread, Chitty. It reminds me of the old houses and countryside we used to pass through on the way to Rudyard Lake when I was a kid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    A mummified nag
    Seems a little early for fly protection...?

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    Looks lovely and fresh

    Why is the saddle raised and not the handlebars ?

    You'll get arrested wearing spandex in that position

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    Some examples of how lanky folk raise the handlebars so as not to attract the attention of doggers and cruisers and other homosexuals




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    Some other TD riding styles

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    Barrylad


    Mr.Earl


    Cyrille


    Luigi's bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    Seems a little early for fly protection...?
    Maybe cold protection, never seen a horse wrapped up like that before.

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    Dill you wrongun

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Some nice pics on this thread, Chitty. It reminds me of the old houses and countryside we used to pass through on the way to Rudyard Lake when I was a kid.
    Looks nice for a ride out, will give it a whirl later in the year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Maybe cold protection, never seen a horse wrapped up like that before.
    In the past I've seen racehorses in the Lexington Kentucky area with similar get up on their heads. Asked around and was told it was to protect them from flys. The rear half gear in your pic might be for the cold.

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    "Why is the saddle raised and not the handlebars ?"

    Feeling the saddle sore today, need to look into barrylads earlier post .
    Thought I'd have another ride out today but felt the pain instantly soon as a got on the saddle, you probably would have carried on
    Did you spot the Dillinger savaloi on the distance pertruding from the woods..

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    Have a look at this D.I.Y guide. You're good at that

    https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/kn...ain-Bike-Fit-0
    Maybe stock up on chamois cream

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    I am not a builder but it looks like that lintel is about to collapse.

    It also looks like instead of replacing the 'about to collapse' lintel they have climbed up and started filling the slowly increasing gap in the sagging brickwork with polyfilla.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Nice to get the opportunity today to blow the cobwebs away with a two hour refreshing ride.

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    A Tudor farm house, complete with duck pond.
    Goyt Hall farm, Lower Bredbury, near Stockport.

    https://www.google.co.th/maps/@53.40...7i13312!8i6656

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Goyt Hall farm, Lower Bredbury, near Stoke.
    ftfy

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    About an hour by bike from Macclesfield.

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