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  • Premier Icon granny_ring
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    Nasher, it’s great that you’ve got a good thing going on down there.

    The OP I think does have a valid opinion on not getting the service that was ‘promised’ through bad luck if nothing else, so hope he would get a partial refund as a good will gesture?

    Many seem to like what you are doing there and are happy customers so I hope it continues to go well.

    Good response Ade and good luck!

    Frankers
    Member

    Ady…

    My mate Damon has offered to come out if you’re in need of a new guide, as you know he also specialises in customer entertainment 😆

    Though whatever you do don’t ask him to fix anyone’s bike

    Awwww I’ve got 2 weeks off work between Sept 1st and 17th with no plans. Ady – you’re making me twitch just thinking about visiting you again. I might have to sell a kidney.

    hora
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    Is it expensive??

    Premier Icon Cheezpleez
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    God I love Molini! Got a family holiday booked for Sept in the next valley and hoping to get a few runs in.

    I’ve been with RB and Switchbacks. Both good but Molini is special.

    Get well soon Jo.

    Premier Icon Cheezpleez
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    Oh and Leith Hill on steroids doesn’t really cover it. You know that opening scene in Fear and Loathing with the car and the drugs and the pterodactyls …

    hora
    Member

    Reality check. You’re riding a bicycle 🙄

    Premier Icon unklehomered
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    you don’t know Hora, you weren’t there man, you weren’t there…

    Premier Icon Cheezpleez
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    Could’ve sworn it was a pterodactyl 😳

    Premier Icon mattjg
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    yes I realise those are the tamer trails

    I wanna go ride those though

    edoverheels
    Member

    I went two years consecutively with friends and still rates as the best bike holiday for me. I have promised myself that I will go back at some stage. Both years that I went i had mechanicals. First year my forks went bang, Ady let me borrow some – 160mm on a hardtail!. Second year my hub went pop and no 150mm spares around and so he let me borrow a whole bike for the last two days.
    Autumnal scenery and Molini were special. Meeting the chef trail building on the hill and the hotel owner coming in to the bar over the road because dinner was ready was great. Other guests were good when we were there as well which helped.

    doubledunter
    Member

    See you on the 11th may then :mrgreen:

    catvet
    Member

    I too would go back, amazing time great trails.
    Ady, hope Jo is back to full form
    All best
    Hugo

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