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  • chris
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    2013 Will see us running a road reliability ride/sportive on the 25th Feb with probably two distances around the 80km amd 110 km mark which will be based on a reliability ride we ran a good few years ago.

    It will be hilly and a challenge but hopefully will attract a few people

    Looking for a title for the event, after the Night of the Knobbly tread MTB Race we perhaps should have a similar slant for the road ride The day of the or something to do with the Buckinghamshire country side we will be running the event in ?

    Any one got any good ideas

    Henry
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    How about The day of the Buckinghamshire country ride :confused:

    chris
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    Bucks Challenge ????!!!!!

    davidw
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    Bucks beast ?

    davidw
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    Bucks beast ? Middx meander ?

    chris
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    MegaBucks ….. something

    paul
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    Catriona wrote: MegaBucks ….. something

    I like that one 🙂

    WayneC
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    If the route is 50 miles you could call it …

    The Bucks Fizzty

    I’ll get my coat.

    NickT
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    What about The Bucks on Road Challenge ?

    chris
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    The Bucks Day of the Slick Tyre ?

    Andy Smith
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    The skinny tyres day out.

    Anonymous
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    Bucks B*st4rd.

    Graeme
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    The Day of the Knobble-less Tread

    chris
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    The Buckinghamshire Skinny tyres day out.

    Gets my vote

    Anonymous
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    When’s it being held again?

    If its around the time of the spring classics surely something like Ronde van Hillingdon would be in keeping? No?

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