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Old 2011-10-02, 06:36 PM   #346
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im up for that not to far from me
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Old 2011-10-02, 06:55 PM   #347
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I will do it as part of driving to the unicon / tour of europe so I will have a support van
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Old 2011-10-03, 09:17 AM   #348
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How about doing the Manchester to Liverpool ride instead on the 29th May. They do allow unicyclists in the event.
Are we talking about this one...

http://www.bike-events.com/Ride.aspx?id=275

Count me in - the route passes the outskirts of my home town; so I should get a bit of self-promotion there! I have ridden on part of the route that was very enjoyable.

What about the Manchester to Blackpool ride?
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Old 2011-10-03, 01:49 PM   #349
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Are we talking about this one...

http://www.bike-events.com/Ride.aspx?id=275

Count me in - the route passes the outskirts of my home town; so I should get a bit of self-promotion there! I have ridden on part of the route that was very enjoyable.

What about the Manchester to Blackpool ride?
I am up for that..... but why dont we do both????
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Old 2012-04-28, 03:11 AM   #350
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Hi guys. I'm new to this community but would really love to take part in something like this. I only have a Nimbus 26" muni at the moment but am willing to seriously get a 36" before the end of may.

Is the jump from a 26" to a 36" similar to changing from 165mm cranks to 125mm?
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Old 2012-04-29, 10:36 AM   #351
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hi, just to let you know, i'm riding the manchester to Blackpool, so far i don't know anyone else doing it on a unicycle, so it would be great to not be the only one!
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