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Postby steve131 » Thu Jul 11, 2013 8:14 am

Anyone going to Yorkshire next year for the departure of world greatest bike race :?: Seen it in France when single, sadly can't get the family motivated for it :( :( .Quite close to you Mr Chill but it no air craft carrier
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Re: Tour de Yorkshire

Postby chill » Thu Jul 11, 2013 8:27 am

I have heard of it.

Although once you seen the race, if you make your way down to Hebden Bridge I am led to believe there are some real life Dancing Girls on. Unless they have been banned,,, theres been quite a kafuffle about them.

Best get down there my self and get them signed up!!!
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Re: Tour de Yorkshire

Postby steve131 » Thu Jul 11, 2013 4:17 pm

You can get dancing girl Shelly to model the four leaders shirts. ;) I feel like asking Lance Armstrong for a refund for the void race i watched. :evil: :laughing-rolling: cest le vive
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Re: Tour de Yorkshire

Postby Mark » Thu Jul 11, 2013 4:36 pm

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Re: Tour de Yorkshire

Postby Malcolm » Mon Mar 10, 2014 9:04 pm

chill wrote:I have heard of it.

Although once you seen the race, if you make your way down to Hebden Bridge I am led to believe there are some real life Dancing Girls on. Unless they have been banned,,, theres been quite a kafuffle about them.

Best get down there my self and get them signed up!!!



:D If you're still interested check this out http://www.hebdenbridgeburlesquefestival.co.uk/
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Re: Tour de Yorkshire

Postby chill » Mon Mar 10, 2014 9:47 pm

Oh yes ! I ll take my application pack down to join the dancing girls .

Two easy to answer simple questions

Can you dance?

Can you make green cocktails ?

Job yours :)

Seriously hebden bridge is lovely . Did you see the news article about making it the second city in England ?
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Re: Tour de Yorkshire

Postby Malcolm » Tue Mar 11, 2014 9:48 am

chill wrote:Seriously hebden bridge is lovely . Did you see the news article about making it the second city in England ?


Well I live in Todmorden so I know Hebden Bridge quite well, however having just returned from a trip to Birmingham I don't think it can quite lay claim to that title :) Having said that about two weeks after the Burlesque festival is the Blues festival and both of those beat a bike ride for me
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