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    GFBD in Scotland - Contin forest (attn Dingwall, Inverness area riders)

    We're doing it slightly differently.

    We're not going for a ride as such, instead we're having a drum up at noon in the Contin forest. Grid Ref
    NH 46513 59128

    That means you can come from any direction you want and we meet up at noon at the top of the forestry road climb on the Puffer course, ie at the start of the technical stuff.

    This means there's no need to co-ordinate a group ride unless you want to do that yourself. Start when you like, take what route you like, just be there at 12.

    For those who haven't been on a drum up, it's basically take your primus or cooking implement, make some tea/coffee (or beer) and consume cake and sandwiches (that you bring) and talk shit about fatbikes.

    Then we roast the bloke who turned up on a skinny suspension bike.

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    welcome, even the bloke on the skinny suspension bike (we'll be hungry after all )

    PS Moderators, can we make the GFBD posts sticky for the next few weeks - or make a master post with links?
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    Just a bump to say this is still on.
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    Oops, sorry. Wrong year! This year it's start from Loch Kinellan at 10pm and ride to Garve and back.

    A relatively easy ride seeing as the purpose of GFBD is social.
    As little bike as possible, as silent as possible.
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    Scotland remains one of the coolest countries I've ever visited.

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