MNPR – Monday 21st – Interstellar
Just avoided the royal wedding by going out on the moors. It’s bone dry up there, and interstellar is riding faster than a greased ferret …. right up until you hit the pit of the eternal stench at the bottom, which, bizarrely, is a solitary axle-deep bog.
i’m just flagging this up now so that when I fail to mention it on Monday, and it claims some victims, I can say I warned you 😂Posted 6 days ago
Is there a single one of us who hasn’t come a cropper on one of the Holcombe Hill descents?
I’m going to guess at Daz, and …erm….. no… Just Daz
The Finger Chute (which Harry will be pleased to hear, we’re not riding tonight) has a particularly long and auspicious injury listPosted 4 days agomikerigbySubscriber
You are very welcome to just turn up. We set off for about 8:15 and get back for about 10pm. You will need lights for the last bit of the ride. I usually arrive for about 8 to get set up. Some of the more social guys have a beer, some with longer journeys generally make a quick get away.Posted 4 days ago
Tom … there is the initiation ceremony for Newbies up on the moors, but we can’t describe it on the internet. Try not to worry about it too much though
Scaled… congrats on the new arrival!! See you next year! 😀
Daz – We might be able to squeeze the finger chute in. I know Harry loves it 😀Posted 4 days ago
Point of order.
1) I don’t mind the Finger Chutes. The only time I engage FSM (Full Susan Mode) is down the front of Stoodley, because the previous two attempts have resulted in me snapping bits off.
2) Nice one Mr & Mrs Scaled. See you in 2019.
3) Hello Chvck & Tom. There is additional parking on the lane immediately left after the Hare and Hounds if the carpark is full. Nobody gets dropped on these rides unless a) It is the annual every man for himself assault on Pendle Hill or b) You are a bit of a ****.
No need to worry about a) tonight.Posted 4 days ago
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