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  1. #1 Blatting with the SKCC 
    frequent forum contributor Club Member andyf's Avatar
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    Went out for an 80 mile run down to Loomies cafe near Petersfield with a couple of the guys from the SKCC. It was a bit wet under foot but good fun I was glad I had the roof up when I hit a particularly large puddle!

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  2. #2 Re: Blatting with the SKCC 
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    I went out for a blast in the Marlin today as well, just 20 minutes round the lanes, *loody cold!
    - 9th Custodian of JRR 929D, the Triumph Vitesse based special Paul Moorehouse built prior to the Triumph based Roadster kits.
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  3. #3 Re: Blatting with the SKCC 
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    Cars in a biker hangout - whatever next - don't try it in the summer (although I have seen the odd brave sole turn up in a special car). Enjoyed seeing the pictures of my biking haunt. When I am back in UK permanently from about mid this year maybe I can join you on a run out (in my Marlin), as I love the roads around there.
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    Yes, it was cold so I wrapped up warm and it's good to have a heater

    There was a fair bit of interest and it was good to share notes on the routes with the bikers. You'll have to sign up to the SKCC wh you get back Alan, it's free and there are runs going on most weekends.
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  5. #5 Re: Blatting with the SKCC 
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    Having the Cabrio complete with electric windows makes cold runs easier, I have been driving mine during winter including over Xmas when I was back for a few weeks . I just checked out the SKCC web site as had not come a cross it (sheltered life) will have to sign up on my return as you say. I think the Meon Valley should be designated an area outstanding natural driving beauty!
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