Agro 2012

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Jay Tee

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If we are going to have the AGRO next year would it be possible to fix a date in the near future.

The idle members who don't work find their diaries get filled up vey quickly.:bang: :bang:
 

oldrat

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Hiya Jeremy, good post sir and seconded over here (the date bit that is ;)).

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Jay Tee

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Hi Brin and Brian

Good to hear from you both and I hope you are as well as I am

I decided that the Cotswold brigade had either given up biking or drinking as the summer passed in complete silence -- I was rather afraid you had all found a way of posting which I was unable to see :B::B:

As for arranging the AGRO I don't think 50 sedate miles over a week end would go down too well:h::h:

One day it will get warm again and with a little luck and persuasion we might even prise BW out of purdah and have some lunch :beer::beer:

Jeremy
 

Muppet

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poke anything happening?
Sadly Alun, I don't think I'm going to have any time to do this, and I know Wiz is busy as hell too. If there are any volunteers who'd like to organise a meeting then please feel free, I'll help as much as I can.
 

Bumpkin

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new to this so what the hell is AGRO?:stupid:
Annual General Ride Out - usually a weekend event. Format tends to be a group ride on Friday and another, longer one, on Saturday, staying in a hotel somewhere with food and drink to taste. Location chosen to allow access to some good biking country.

Of late these have tended to get a bit more expensive and out of my price range, used to be at cheaper hotels and with a camping option. I accept that organising such an event is quite a task though.
 
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chas.
with regards to the agro meet. may i make a suggestion.

an ideal venue would be where we stayed at bernard castle shropshire last year.

the camp site also had bunk house facilities at a very reasonable price. town was walking distance so people who want b&b or hotel can be catered for.

its only a suggestion. and obviously, it would need some help from the shropshire posse for contact numbers etc.

thoughts please ?

paul

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chrisgd

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chas.
with regards to the agro meet. may i make a suggestion.

an ideal venue would be where we stayed at bernard castle shropshire last year.

the camp site also had bunk house facilities at a very reasonable price. town was walking distance so people who want b&b or hotel can be catered for.

its only a suggestion. and obviously, it would need some help from the shropshire posse for contact numbers etc.

thoughts please ?

paul

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Bumpkin

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chas.
with regards to the agro meet. may i make a suggestion.
Hang on... did I volunteer just by posting on this thread :eek: :d:

an ideal venue would be where we stayed at bernard castle shropshire last year.
I think it was Foxholes campsite, Bishops Castle.

the camp site also had bunk house facilities at a very reasonable price. town was walking distance so people who want b&b or hotel can be catered for.
Aye, the town itself offers quite a bit of accommodation as an alternative for those who want, and can afford, more comfort.

its only a suggestion. and obviously, it would need some help from the shropshire posse for contact numbers etc.
Just a date that needs to be decided upon then really :d:
 
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