Leicestershire gathering

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Leicestershire gathering

Postby SallyEvans » 18 Aug 2020 09:47

Looking at the current advice - as mentioned in the latest ATG - there does not seem to be any reason not to have the usual September rideout. I am hoping to have an event at home on Sunday September 13th and will be tied up with work on Saturdays, but is anyone interested in meeting at Leicester Race Course on Sunday 6th? Or here at Burton, we have some nice lanes hereabouts.

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Re: Leicestershire gathering

Postby SallyEvans » 18 Aug 2020 17:37

Please note the change of date on this post - I went into senile old git mode and got my weekends mixed up
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Re: Leicestershire gathering

Postby Steve Brown » 18 Aug 2020 19:20

I'd like to do more with the local section but sadly I'm still working weekends and Mondays. That also stops me attending the new Warwickshire meets which are a similar distance for me. Retire in about 18 months I hope.
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Re: Leicestershire gathering

Postby norbert » 18 Aug 2020 21:44

Hi Steve,

I agree, 2021 is the year to quit :wink: :D

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Re: Leicestershire gathering

Postby Vitesse » 18 Aug 2020 21:44

Steve Brown wrote:I'd like to do more with the local section but sadly I'm still working weekends and Mondays. That also stops me attending the new Warwickshire meets which are a similar distance for me. Retire in about 18 months I hope.


I recommend retiring. Lots of interesting bike meets during the day!
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Re: Leicestershire gathering

Postby MickeyMoto » 18 Aug 2020 21:45

And less traffic!
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Re: Leicestershire gathering

Postby George 350 » 19 Aug 2020 11:52

Trouble with retirement is you don't get days off any more!
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Re: Leicestershire gathering

Postby MickeyMoto » 19 Aug 2020 12:26

Or double time for Bank Holidays!
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Re: Leicestershire gathering

Postby Steve Brown » 19 Aug 2020 17:22

Vitesse wrote:
Steve Brown wrote:I'd like to do more with the local section but sadly I'm still working weekends and Mondays. That also stops me attending the new Warwickshire meets which are a similar distance for me. Retire in about 18 months I hope.


I recommend retiring. Lots of interesting bike meets during the day!


Quite right Ming. I did actually retire in 2017 and bought a new bike. Then I did a trip to India that should have been a once in a lifetime thing but it was so good I did another in 2019.
These were all good things to do and I don't regret any of them. Trouble was I blew a sizeable chunk of my pension doing them and a return to work was the only reliable way of topping it back up again. I plan to retire again by May 2022 at the latest but it might even happen before that.
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Re: Leicestershire gathering

Postby Steve Brown » 19 Aug 2020 17:24

norbert wrote:Hi Steve,

I agree, 2021 is the year to quit :wink: :D

norbert


You could well be on the money there Norbert! Fingers crossed :)
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Re: Leicestershire gathering

Postby norbert » 19 Aug 2020 17:53

Steve Brown wrote:
norbert wrote:Hi Steve,

I agree, 2021 is the year to quit :wink: :D

norbert


You could well be on the money there Norbert! Fingers crossed :)


I don´t know what that expresion means, the pension will be less than minimum (for me and my wife together), but time counts quite a bit more than that blody coins :wink:
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Re: Leicestershire gathering

Postby 3potjohn » 19 Aug 2020 18:34

Well as there is no interest accruing, spending and enjoying yourself is not so bad.And to think when I had a mortgage but no savings the interest rate went up to around 15%.
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Re: Leicestershire gathering

Postby Steve Brown » 20 Aug 2020 19:29

norbert wrote:
Steve Brown wrote:
norbert wrote:Hi Steve,

You could well be on the money there Norbert! Fingers crossed :)


I don´t know what that expresion means


Hi Norbert, so ungefahr- Du hasst vielleicht recht! In hoffnung leben wir immer noch. Mit etwas gluck etc. Leider finde ich keine umlauten auf mein keyboard :oops:
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