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Discussion in '2015 McBash On Tour - The O'Bash' started by russ_fae_fyvie, Jan 31, 2015.

  1. MAcBETH

    MAcBETH Registered User Read Only

    Now that's a money shot@tu*
     
  2. MAcBETH

    MAcBETH Registered User Read Only

    206 days 1 hour and 40 minutes
     
  3. TANK0700

    TANK0700 big soft, not so cuddly Read Only

    What are the Pod like over there , will i have to stick the baffles in my Blue flames ?? any thing we should be looking out for
     
  4. MAcBETH

    MAcBETH Registered User Read Only

    Good question saves me putting my standerd cans on.
     
  5. damientt

    damientt Registered User Read Only

    Without wanting to incriminate myself in any way. Based on experience, you should be fine with minor exhaust modifications ... ;-0))

    There are only four fixed speed cameras in Northern Ireland and we won't be close to any of them. If you're interested, although it may not mean very much, have a look at this - http://www.nidirect.gov.uk/safety-camera-locations
     
  6. Wiztop

    Wiztop Registered User Read Only

    For those of you coming into Dublin Port, the Tunnel out of the Port is 80kmh.... regular plod patrols, as is the M1 up until Dublin Airport, from there until the Border with our Northern Brethren, 120kmh... no cameras but the occasional mobile van. North of the border it reverts to good old miles-per-hour, 70's the limit...again no cameras but the PSNI have very, very occasional speed checks, mainly coming up to A1/M1 junction, Hillsborough-Sprucefield area. Then it's onto the M1 for Belfast and out of my sphere of knowledge I'm afraid. Good luck and pleasant riding to you all. With a bit of luck I might get to meet up with a few of you when you're passing through.
     
  7. russ_fae_fyvie

    russ_fae_fyvie Been there, and had one Club Sponsor

    Website updated with the up to date list of attendees !

    Lookin good !!

    Click the link below to have a gander.

    :yo:
     
  8. TANK0700

    TANK0700 big soft, not so cuddly Read Only

    anyone else book on this ferry

    Holyhead - Dublin

    Depart:
    11.50am Fri 28 August 2015

    Arriving:13:39 Fri 28 August 2015
     
  9. ianrobbo1

    ianrobbo1 good looking AND modest Club Sponsor

    What "HIGHT" is this?? you don't have any, from what I remember!!:dunno:



    :whi5tl:
     
  10. TANK0700

    TANK0700 big soft, not so cuddly Read Only

    Is that a no then man8um
     
  11. ScottyUK

    ScottyUK Filtering Through Club Sponsor

    Can you not do the 8:00am?

    There's a group of us on that.
     
  12. TANK0700

    TANK0700 big soft, not so cuddly Read Only

    i will call them tomorrow to see if I can thanks for the reply @tu*
     
  13. TANK0700

    TANK0700 big soft, not so cuddly Read Only

    Sorted

    changed ferry time , thank you for the heads up Scotty @tu*
     
  14. russ_fae_fyvie

    russ_fae_fyvie Been there, and had one Club Sponsor

    We don't get to Larne until 18.30 so you'll all have to buy the ale in for when we get there !!

    h1d1ng2
     
  15. TANK0700

    TANK0700 big soft, not so cuddly Read Only

    1 pint and six straws it is @tu*
     
  16. ScottyUK

    ScottyUK Filtering Through Club Sponsor

    No idea what time we'll get there either. It could be poor navigation or we might stop off en-route. In fact anything could happen :-0)
     
  17. tsm23

    tsm23 Registered User Read Only

    No need to worry

    We will post a route map from Dublin 3hrs no stops easy going.
    But there are stops u will want, so we will include them for the run up from Dublin, up to u if u want to stop off.will include what u want let us know.
     
  18. Gary Bartley

    Gary Bartley Registered User Read Only

    Gents I am working in Dublin - so I might be able get away early that day and ride some of the way up the M1 with you (as far as Drogheda anyway)@tu*

    Just for info - there is a motorway services on the M1 about 20 Kms north of the city at Lusk if anyone needs a stop, there is also one south of Dundalk on the M1 at Castlebellingham.

    And just so you know, there is a toll on the motorway just before Drogheda (between junction 7 and 8 northbound) I think its around ?1 euro for a bike.

    Gar
     
  19. ianrobbo1

    ianrobbo1 good looking AND modest Club Sponsor

    Fek!! :eek: do we have to buy them Euro things ?? :eek: wassup with pound coins?? :dunno:



    :whi5tl:
     
  20. Gary Bartley

    Gary Bartley Registered User Read Only

    :-0)

    Your set to do well on the exchange rate though!
     

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