Just put in the diary hope to do it this year.
Nothing like getting lost somewhere new!
My first - can't wait!
Accommodation booked and raring to go!
Bolter, bolter, full power...
Superlight R # 81
SV VVC 170 - 170.4 bhp @ 7100 rpm - 142.4 ft.lb. @ 4900 rpm
I was lucky enough to drive the Staylittle Pass earlier this year:
Enjoy the Drive!
1800 K-series, Roadsport 140
Dropped you a DM about camping Andrew
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I just opened my latest LowFlying and saw the article announcing the event
For me 2021 has been a truly awful year, I lost my Mum in May, and with all the other stuff impacting all of us, it's been hard to be positive or excited about anything. It's just real grind at the moment. Seeing this though, well genuine excitement! I'd really like to attend, either way, just wanted to say top work to all involved in staying motivated and putting it together. I'm excited about the mere possibility.
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As something of a Luddite I struggle to follow a satnav never mind downloading a route file.
I haven't got a 2021-specific file, however there are a couple of versions of satnav files for the 2018 event in the Blatmap section of Blatchat. Having recce'd the route a couple of times this year I can confirm that the only significant difference in 2021 is that the Heads of the Valley (A465) section of the route is now (after 7 years of disruption) almost finished - which means that some of the roundabouts on the A465 have been removed.
As always there will be an up-to-date road book available on the day at start venue - The Piercefield.
The 2019 route is in the MyRoute L7C group …