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Steve Farrell  says:

The rules: Riding for the SAS

Enduro riding over rocky savannah and scrub requires stamina, bravery and skill. Dodging bullets from guerrilla soldiers takes some cajolies too. Luckily, most of us have never had to do both at once. But most of are not Bravo Two Zero author Andy McNab. In fact none of us is. Except Andy McNab. And it was he who, while touring the...

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SatNavSteve

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SatNavSteve says:

His new book tells the story of an SAS soldier on a train besieged by terrorists? Sounds a lot like Steven Seagals film 'Under Seige 2' to me.

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js70062

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js70062 says:

WAFFLE

Ride deliberately into tripping ambushes with no body armour? Really?

Sod the weight penalty, I'd have a bulletproof vest on.

 

Smells like Mr McNab's usual bullshit to me.

 

 

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snev

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snev says:

Shit the bed....

I never thought riding to Hereford was so Dangerous !

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Diablere

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Diablere says:

Snev

you want to try living there. only so much bullshit you can take:ph43r:

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philehidiot

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philehidiot says:

Ah

the SAS. Seemingly the largest regiment in the British Army.

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snev

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snev says:

the "Fan Dance"

Done it much on foot , never saw a bike. Plenty of sheep though!

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Cadwell75

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Cadwell75 says:

SAS

I'm a member of the SAS....i usually ride on Saturday And Sundays :-)

Jokes aside, it's a good job they used Yamahas and not the standard issue Can Am Bombardiers, over weight,  under powered and introduced 10 years too late.

 

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Piglet2010

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Piglet2010 says:

SAS

Last time I was on SAS, it was in a McDonnell-Douglas DC-10.  Would have figured that they would switch to Airbus, not Yamaha.

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HOSBUSA

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HOSBUSA says:

SAS skills?

Try riding your bike on the A45 from Cov through Birminghm city centre to Waterlinks at Aston in the morning rush hour? That will test your SAS skills to the limit. Gaurantee you will have PTSD at the end of it.

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Discopoo

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Discopoo says:

@HOSBUSA

M6 JCT6 - 10, It's for real men? (this is why I use the car lol) 

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