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Well, the weather wasn’t quite as bad as expected for the start of the 2012 WRT. It was misty and cold given the time of year but it wasn’t raining … although I’m sure it will at some point over the weekend. Here’s a few pics from the start … enjoy.

Ian’s Singular … 33lb ready to roll!

There’s nothing like being well prepared and fed. 
Don’t mess about with dehydrated food,
take a proper packed lunch …
sausage butties and everything.

A new and novel take on a front bag support
… triple steering stems.

Bikepacking … a pursuit for the older gentlemen? 
Slippers out of shot, vest under gillet
and cake courtesy of AlpKit.

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