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Feeling hungry ?
27.03.2007 at 18:42:31
 
Wotcha.
 
This Sunday is the "Biker's big breakfast" - held at the Raven Cafe.
 
Or so they tell me
 
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Reply #1 - 27.03.2007 at 19:43:18
 
Is that the same as a "Big Biker's Breakfast" ?
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Reply #2 - 27.03.2007 at 21:42:02
 
Quote from Steve - Admin on 27.03.2007 at 19:43:18:
Is that the same as a "Big Biker's Breakfast" ?

 
I know I've put some weight on, but I hope I don't have to be a 'big biker' to have breakfast there. undecided
 
Some of us are going from BCMAG, meeting in a layby on the A41 (near Tong church, Junction 3 M54) at 9 am. We went last year and it was great looking round all the bikes, trikes and chops there - and the food is good, too (although the queue gets pretty long).
 
If the weather goes back to wet and windy Sunday morning, all bets (and rides) are off. Sad Nothing worse than a large expanse of wet tarmac, even when it is covered in bikes. If that happens we'll wait and see if it clears in time for a local run out (we'll be texting each other about 8 am).
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Reply #3 - 01.04.2007 at 17:13:00
 
Quote from pisces on 27.03.2007 at 21:42:02:
- and the food is good, too (although the queue gets pretty long).

 
Wotcha.
 
Yep - the queue was far too long for my liking - so I promptly headed off elsewhere in search of brekky.  I didn't really look around the bikes - sort of too much to take in.  Still, it was an excuse to take the B31 for it's first long run - never missed a beat, but a few minor niggles showed up . . . . nothing that a few spanners and a few quid won't fix  Wink
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