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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-21-2019, 01:32 PM Thread Starter
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2019 Durham East Egg Run

An amazing turn out in lovely weather. Hope it brought a little cheer to the sick kids when 100's of bikes and a van load of Easter Eggs turned up at the Hospital.
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Where is this Durham??? Your profile doesn't note a continent or other locale.

Was this in Durham North Carolina USA ???

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Definitely UK, the road isn't wide enough to be US mate.

Plus the yellow reg plate on the Kuga in the background gives it away for us residents

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Definitely UK, the road isn't wide enough to be US mate.

Plus the yellow reg plate on the Kuga in the background gives it away for us residents
Yeah...I was poking @Skinnyhippy since he doesn't have his location in his profile...
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Yes it was UK. There was one other Brutale there. I only saw it on the event photos however.

812 bikes turned up and £2k raised for charity. All good
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Who's this then ?
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I did it on my 750 Sport one time. It was an hour of slipping the clutch in low gears at 20mph. Boy was the engine hot when I reached the hospital at Darlington!

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Yep i can imagine. Never ridden so slow for so long and i thought my left leg was going to melt at one point
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