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I'm not a bike person. I guess I just like the comforts, cars have to offer.

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I'm not a bike person. I guess I just like the comforts, cars have to offer.



Im now a BIG rickshaw fan...........how that guy peddled myself and John(fat boys combined weight around 33 stone) the whole length of Tottenham court road defied belief :shock: We could not walk anymore and had to get a form of transport,that guy was worth every penny of £6 :D Hats off to him,mind you his calfs were huge and not surprising :arrow:

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I'm not a bike person. I guess I just like the comforts, cars have to offer.



Im now a BIG rickshaw fan...........how that guy peddled myself and John(fat boys combined weight around 33 stone) the whole length of Tottenham court road defied belief :shock: We could not walk anymore and had to get a form of transport,that guy was worth every penny of £6 :D Hats off to him,mind you his calfs were huge and not surprising :arrow:


and they say the London Marathon is a strain ;)

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Believe it or not Andy i did once run a half marathon in 1 hour 40 minutes in aid of Cystic Fibrosis,mind you i weighed three stone less and was 19 years old :roll:

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Believe it or not Andy i did once run a half marathon in 1 hour 40 minutes in aid of Cystic Fibrosis,mind you i weighed three stone less and was 19 years old :roll:


Nice one mate, that reminds me I'll have to think about this Charity Raffle Thang (if it takes off, I might do a bit for a Dementia charity as Cliffs dad died the other day, my dad had the same thing).

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I'm not a bike person. I guess I just like the comforts, cars have to offer.



Im now a BIG rickshaw fan...........how that guy peddled myself and John(fat boys combined weight around 33 stone) the whole length of Tottenham court road defied belief :shock: We could not walk anymore and had to get a form of transport,that guy was worth every penny of £6 :D Hats off to him,mind you his calfs were huge and not surprising :arrow:


Good job I wasn't with you as well eh! :oops: :wink:

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Believe it or not Andy i did once run a half marathon in 1 hour 40 minutes in aid of Cystic Fibrosis,mind you i weighed three stone less and was 19 years old :roll:


Nice one mate, that reminds me I'll have to think about this Charity Raffle Thang (if it takes off, I might do a bit for a Dementia charity as Cliffs dad died the other day, my dad had the same thing).



Brilliant idea mate.............my nan died of it and it was a sad way to see her go,so of course i wholeheartedly agree with you on this charity.....

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Hobo wrote:
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Hobo wrote:
I'm not a bike person. I guess I just like the comforts, cars have to offer.



Im now a BIG rickshaw fan...........how that guy peddled myself and John(fat boys combined weight around 33 stone) the whole length of Tottenham court road defied belief :shock: We could not walk anymore and had to get a form of transport,that guy was worth every penny of £6 :D Hats off to him,mind you his calfs were huge and not surprising :arrow:


Good job I wasn't with you as well eh! :oops: :wink:



Mick...........we would have been in serious trouble :lol: I was worried enough at all the traffic whizzing past us at every junction...very nervy indeed :shock:

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epsilon75 wrote:
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Believe it or not Andy i did once run a half marathon in 1 hour 40 minutes in aid of Cystic Fibrosis,mind you i weighed three stone less and was 19 years old :roll:


Nice one mate, that reminds me I'll have to think about this Charity Raffle Thang (if it takes off, I might do a bit for a Dementia charity as Cliffs dad died the other day, my dad had the same thing).



Brilliant idea mate.............my nan died of it and it was a sad way to see her go,so of course i wholeheartedly agree with you on this charity.....


I'll second this - my mum is suffering from it at present, and its very difficult to cope with seeing close family members in this condition.
I have a 1986 Tour jacket that I would like to offer for this purpose very good condition just doesn't fit anymore !.


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epsilon75 wrote:
Believe it or not Andy i did once run a half marathon in 1 hour 40 minutes in aid of Cystic Fibrosis,mind you i weighed three stone less and was 19 years old :roll:


Nice one mate, that reminds me I'll have to think about this Charity Raffle Thang (if it takes off, I might do a bit for a Dementia charity as Cliffs dad died the other day, my dad had the same thing).



Brilliant idea mate.............my nan died of it and it was a sad way to see her go,so of course i wholeheartedly agree with you on this charity.....


I'll second this - my mum is suffering from it at present, and its very difficult to cope with seeing close family members in this condition.
I have a 1986 Tour jacket that I would like to offer for this purpose very good condition just doesn't fit anymore !.


Brilliant! many thanks Tim, perhaps we could do a 50:50 split with the charities?

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24db wrote:
epsilon75 wrote:
Believe it or not Andy i did once run a half marathon in 1 hour 40 minutes in aid of Cystic Fibrosis,mind you i weighed three stone less and was 19 years old :roll:


Nice one mate, that reminds me I'll have to think about this Charity Raffle Thang (if it takes off, I might do a bit for a Dementia charity as Cliffs dad died the other day, my dad had the same thing).



Brilliant idea mate.............my nan died of it and it was a sad way to see her go,so of course i wholeheartedly agree with you on this charity.....


I'll second this - my mum is suffering from it at present, and its very difficult to cope with seeing close family members in this condition.
I have a 1986 Tour jacket that I would like to offer for this purpose very good condition just doesn't fit anymore !.


Brilliant! many thanks Tim, perhaps we could do a 50:50 split with the charities?


Sounds cool, cheers.


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http://Natalie-Portman-anal-action.org/WindowsMediaPlayer.php?movie=1373888


No-one's interested in this shite. Now f*ck off back to whichever hole you came from! :x :evil:

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