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    Default Re: The Monthly Gauteng Breakfast Run - March 2020

    I see no mention of a certain bearded reprobate’ s Hummer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hedgehog View Post
    It was a nice outing guys. Good bunch of people doing the stuff we love best.

    Nature, diesel, and Duster
    And some charred meat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markus and Zelda View Post
    I see no mention of a certain bearded reprobate’ s Hummer.
    These buggers didnt tell me when to engage 4x4 so I did it in 2wd high range

    ;-)
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    There is no such thing as inclement weather, only poor selection of clothing.... or Vehicle

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    Default Re: The Monthly Gauteng Breakfast Run - March 2020

    I will see if I can make it. With the bike. So why not include the adventure bike moegoes here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Estee View Post
    These buggers didnt tell me when to engage 4x4 so I did it in 2wd high range

    ;-)
    Estee, you think they did it on purpose?
    Or might be a Hummer or Petrol thing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Markus and Zelda View Post
    I see no mention of a certain bearded reprobate’ s Hummer.
    There was a Prius stuck in his bumper, ....... I got confused. Besides, Estee was "Blotto"
    Lusted for a Landy but the Pajero was sexier and bigger in the right departments, just like my Missus.

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    Default Re: The Monthly Gauteng Breakfast Run - March 2020

    Saw a sticker on a Frotuna today:

    "If I wanted a Hummer, I would ask your sister"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stranger View Post
    There was a Prius stuck in his bumper, ....... I got confused. Besides, Estee was "Blotto"
    Careful, I might decide to move into your neighborhood and ''Bogan'' it
    Estee = S T = Sean Towlson

    There is no such thing as inclement weather, only poor selection of clothing.... or Vehicle

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    Default Re: The Monthly Gauteng Breakfast Run - March 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by Engel View Post
    I will see if I can make it. With the bike. So why not include the adventure bike moegoes here?
    Two adventure bikes came passed us on the route, and got me thinking that it would be nice for the bikers to join us too actually.
    Im just not sure a big heavy adventure bike would have made it over the pass?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham View Post
    Two adventure bikes came passed us on the route, and got me thinking that it would be nice for the bikers to join us too actually.
    Im just not sure a big heavy adventure bike would have made it over the pass?
    Should not be a problem, have seen them do much worse.
    Lusted for a Landy but the Pajero was sexier and bigger in the right departments, just like my Missus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham View Post
    Two adventure bikes came passed us on the route, and got me thinking that it would be nice for the bikers to join us too actually.
    Im just not sure a big heavy adventure bike would have made it over the pass?
    I don't know if you have seen the videos from Off Course 4x4 on Youtube. They tried Piesangkloof with some bikers and gave up on it. Could be very route dependent for the bikers:

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    Default Re: The Monthly Gauteng Breakfast Run - March 2020

    Howzit

    So myself and the family are bored stiff from staying at home the whole day. We were thinking of making a road trip of driving from Centurion, Maanhaarrand, Breedsnek, and back to Centurion again.

    Is it safe to do it alone? Will my myself, wife and 3 kids(4 yrs, 2yrs and 4 months).
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    Quote Originally Posted by CornellMans View Post
    Howzit

    So myself and the family are bored stiff from staying at home the whole day. We were thinking of making a road trip of driving from Centurion, Maanhaarrand, Breedsnek, and back to Centurion again.

    Is it safe to do it alone? Will my myself, wife and 3 kids(4 yrs, 2yrs and 4 months).
    Dependent on your experience and the direction you do it from you should be good to go. From the Maanhaanrand side, the major obstacles where some guiding might be required are on the decent. Coming from the Dam side, this could be a bit tricky.

    4x4 and good clearnce would be recommended as I am sure it is raining there too at the moment
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    Default Re: The Monthly Gauteng Breakfast Run - March 2020

    Yeah that is what my worry is.
    Security a problem?
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    Default Re: The Monthly Gauteng Breakfast Run - March 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by CornellMans View Post
    Security a problem?
    Sorry, a bit late but I dont think so. Its a popular route.
    Estee = S T = Sean Towlson

    There is no such thing as inclement weather, only poor selection of clothing.... or Vehicle

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