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my trucks waiting for mud

Postby zaqlow on Wed Sep 28, 2011 6:06 pm

I have to admit I am a real novice at off roading but have been down to a few local BOATS for some practice :oops:

I live in south oxfordshire & I'm looking to go green laneing or try something more serious when as get more confident.....Hopefully

If anybody has any advise on where to off rd for free/cheap or info on green laneing events please pm me or lives in south oxfordshire and wouldn't mind me tagging along :D
[size=50]I Think I might Be Confused Bro, But I'm Not Sure [/size]
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Re: my trucks waiting for mud

Postby RatCav on Wed Sep 28, 2011 6:47 pm

Keep an eye out for the SE woods weekenders buddy. Great laugh and people are more than happy to show you the ropes before you try yourself.

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Re: my trucks waiting for mud

Postby BadBoy on Wed Sep 28, 2011 7:12 pm

Also following on from the recent Wales weekender there could well be a Newbie laning/fording day in Hertfordshire in early November so keep you eyes open for new posts
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