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Discussion in 'Europe' started by Red King, May 3, 2007.
McIvor What Bike are you bringing , KTM690 ?
KIlfenora in December
Are you going to invite the locals?
drop me a pm and i will contact you
Hi lads if all goes well ill make it to Killfinora too. Mighty craic Last year
I'm not sure what bike I'll bring
Probably bring the HP2 (on off road tyres this time )
At the end of September, my wife and I, and another couple spent 11 days in Southwest Ireland on a golfing trip. This is where I normally ride , which is in Northern Virginia very close to Skyline Drive and the Blueridge Parkway. I have always thought, and still do, that it's one of the most beautiful places to live....here is a pic.
After 11 days in Ireland however, you folks have a beautiful place to live as well....not to mention great golf courses, great people, great food, beer and whiskey. The 4 of us will return since we had such a wonderful time. Thank you for allowing us to visit. Here are a few pics I took while we were there.
Just got round to signing in to this thread tonight.
Live in Co Kildare now.Any Advers around ere
BSW , Get your arse back to Back to broadford ,
and hopefully we will see the XR600 in Kilfenora with you aboard
Would they not be bagging turf in the bog in Kilbane
Whats turf ? Kilbane bog is an Special Area of Conservation you cant cut turf
or ride a bike over it,
That never stopped you before
Kinsale in Cork here. Back from the USA about 4 months now.
Brought back my KLR 650 and a TW200 for running around the farm and of course the Africa Twin for touring.
every year there is a small spin from Douglas cork , via Crosshaven and ends in Roberts Cove near you "Kinsale" for charity a lot of old classic jap and brit bikes show up ... hope you brought back some sunney weather
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I'm gearing up for a tractor run on Stephens day from Dunderrow. Tractors+beer=fun
New Years Day 2013
The start venue is on the left of the entrance to Douglas Court Shopping Centre. We will congregate from 10.30am and proceed to Roberts Cove Inn where soup and sandwiches will be served, followed by the usual collection for Marymount Hospice.