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    Posted: 24 Jun 2021 at 12:25
The V85 TT is a cracking bike, I could do with a few extra inches (that's what she said) in my legs, and the tyres (Anakee Adventure) were just about (with my ability) at the top end of their ability, but what a cracking little ride to grab a brew over at Newlands Corner in surrey.


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Brilliant!
I love a bit of laning.  Not on me Guzzi though - I've got a Land Rover for that.  Always have some loppers in the back coz the lanes round my way are very often overgrown.
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Green lane? Looks like many of the B roads around here! I wouldn't be brave enough to take it down there at that speed mind you, I would be too scared of dropping it.  My little Himalayan would be another matter though I would still progress at sedate setting.
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Originally posted by F104G F104G wrote:

Brilliant!
I love a bit of laning.  Not on me Guzzi though - I've got a Land Rover for that.  Always have some loppers in the back coz the lanes round my way are very often overgrown.
I'm gonna give you a "like" on YooToob
Cheers mate :-)
I've only had a go at 4x4ing once, back when I was a yoof, it was lots of fun :-)
These lanes are well used so nice and clear, a lot of the others are quite overgrown, as they get less traffic. The first lane in this vid has a TRO on it stopping the use of 4x4s.
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Originally posted by V7Chris V7Chris wrote:

Green lane? Looks like many of the B roads around here! I wouldn't be brave enough to take it down there at that speed mind you, I would be too scared of dropping it.  My little Himalayan would be another matter though I would still progress at sedate setting.
Hi Chris, haha... yeah some of our roads are in a worse state than our green lanes now too.
The Himy is a cracking bike by all accounts. I have a Beta enduro bike for the more sticky stuff currently :-)
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