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Old 08-07-09, 10:17 AM
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Folding bikes on a Narrowboat

Took the GF & 4 teenagers on a narrowboat holiday, taking 6 folders with us :-

Strida 5
Strida 3.2
GoBike
Brompton
Universal
Easy Street

We kept the last 2 on the roof and the 4 others on the stern (see pics)

There were lots of folders on other boats (mostly generic cheapies, but a few Brommies, Dahons etc)
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wow that was nice! how long was the holiday? you did a barrack style holiday? thanx for sharing
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Cool !!

Classic multimodal transport.
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Originally Posted by echotraveler View Post
wow that was nice! how long was the holiday? you did a barrack style holiday? thanx for sharing
Only one week but with 4 hormonal teenagers, that was, probably, just as well!!!
They took it in turns to burst into tears & have their hormonal strops! EEEEKKKK!
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