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  • First snowy ride of the year in the South West
  • Premier Icon Gilles
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    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2tKpOfZxla4[/video]

    Premier Icon dekadanse
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    Fantastic Gilles – not just for the Plain in the snow, but for the sheer class of Herbie Hancock’s ‘Cantaloupe Island’ as your accompanying music.

    I was out on my local trails in Suffolk yesterday and today. New snow (the other stuff dates from last Mon/Tues, and developed a crackly crust) only really started falling as I rode today, so I actually had some my best riding since the end of the summer – loadsa grip on a good hard surface, but with a bit of sliding if I wanted to…….

    Premier Icon votchy
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    Nice one Gilles

    Premier Icon cinnamon_girl
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    I enjoyed that Gilles and would love to know where it is! 🙂

    Agree about the music, it was excellent.

    Premier Icon Gilles
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    Elaine, just on top of the plain back of Warminster, then Eastleigh Wood near Longleat Forest. I’m happy to swap a trip to Swinley Forest to show you around anytime.

    Premier Icon cinnamon_girl
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    Thanks for that Gilles. Unfortunately I can’t ride much these days due to health problems. Apparently a lot of tracks in Swinley have been closed, there’s new trails currently being built but it just won’t be the same!

    Will look forward to some more vids from you. 🙂

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