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Twentytoo

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Twentytoo says:

BAD mud on roads

Now I know I live pretty much in the country and the farmers have had a difficult time this year but the mud by me is getting out of control. I've just rode my cycle down a half mile section of national speed limit road that was hard to tell the field from the tarmac. A sign warning motorcyclists had been put up but as it was starting to rain my view was that it is dangerous for motorists and lethal for bikers. I called 101 and reported it to the police and suggested they close it before someone is hurt or killed. They said they would send someone out to check it out but it shouldn't come to this......Is this bad enough country wide for MCN to start a campaign to get us all reporting it?

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750FLYER

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750FLYER says:

Blader.....

LOL!!!!!


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Twentytoo

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Twentytoo says:

750flyer

Didn't get your post at first but then looked at Bladers again!!....ah the 70s:lol:

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750FLYER

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750FLYER says:

Now

That's funny!!    :biggrin:

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simonpatterson

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MCN wants to know!

Have you came across really bad mud on our roads? Or even had an accident? Send us in your images of dangerous surfaces! Post them on here or email to mcn.online@motorcyclenews.com. The best will appear in this week's MCN.

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Beelady

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Beelady says:

I wouldn't bother

to complain to the Police. You need to talk to the Highways department. Your local council should be able to tell you the number to ring in your area. Same as for diesel spills.

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