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preunit

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preunit says:

Dark tinted visors and heated grips

was the order of the day.

The weather was bracing as they say, roads either, dry,salted/grited or wet, or a combination of all three?

Berkshire Downs Aldbourne way

First brew stop, Blade bike village Swindon for a nose about, saw the new Guzzi California which looks good in the flesh :sunglasses:

Some dry roads, looks warm but bloody freezing :smile

A circumnavigation of Oxford and onto the H Cafe, plenty of hardy souls there.

An enjoyable bimble for sure :smile:smile:smile

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eatcs01

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eatcs01 says:

dark visors and heated grips

And yet people STILL knock heated grips... :blink::blink:

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preunit

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preunit says:

and

dark visors are illegal wtf, without one yesterday you'd not see a bloody thing tbh.

Low winter sun combined with it reflecting off of puddles of standing water + clear visor = Disaster.

Oh, Mrs H i empathise with you as i feel shit todayheadache.gif 

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