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Ridelimousin Road & Off Road Holidays in France

Postby ridelimousin » 19 Aug 2015, 13:41

Hi all, just a quick post to give some more info on our company. 2 tankslap members recently visited us for some off roading and had a great day out!

Our website is http://www.ridelimousin.%20com

Ridelimousin offer guided road and off road tours from the beautiful Limousin area, bed and breakfast and delicious home cooked 4 course evening meals.

Ridelimousin is situated just off the A20 which is the main highway through Central France. We are well located for either a stop over to/from Spain and the south of France, or even better a longer stay with us to explore the stunning “lake district” of France.

Our guided tours include places of historical interest, breathtaking scenery and mile upon mile of great motorcycling roads. We cater for all bikers, whether it is your first time abroad, new license holder or experienced rider looking for new areas to explore.
We look forward to meeting you on your biking holiday and sharing some of the fantastic roads and sights the area has to offer.

We cater for solo riders and couples in our en suite guest rooms and larger groups/clubs in our loft conversion. All our rooms come with bedding, towels and toiletries supplied. En-suite bedrooms are equipped with free WI FI, English TV, DVD players with DVD library, ceiling fans and central heating.

•Secure garaged parking
•Workshop
•Bike wash
•Drying room
•Large games room, with music, Table tennis table, pool/snooker table, TV and sky, wifi access
•Honesty bar
•Above ground swimming pool

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Re: Ridelimousin Road & Off Road Holidays in France

Postby Kwacky » 19 Aug 2015, 13:47

It was me and Cookiemonster who did the off road day.

I'm looking to plan a small group ride out through France in June next year so subject to what the others say I'm hoping to stop by and do another off road day with you and hopefully stop over for a night.
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Re: Ridelimousin Road & Off Road Holidays in France

Postby ridelimousin » 19 Aug 2015, 13:54

Nice one Kwacky 8)
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Re: Ridelimousin Road & Off Road Holidays in France

Postby Blade » 19 Aug 2015, 14:08

Looks and sounds great and your b&b looks stunning. Very very impressive.

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Re: Ridelimousin Road & Off Road Holidays in France

Postby DaytonAndy » 19 Aug 2015, 17:51

Blade wrote:Looks and sounds great and your b&b looks stunning. Very very impressive.

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Re: Ridelimousin Road & Off Road Holidays in France

Postby ridelimousin » 19 Aug 2015, 17:57

Cheers fellas, house is getting there but always stuff to be done!
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Re: Ridelimousin Road & Off Road Holidays in France

Postby duke63 » 19 Aug 2015, 18:18

Why is there gaffer tape stuck to the bed in the top photo? (giggle) Looks fairly recent too.
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Re: Ridelimousin Road & Off Road Holidays in France

Postby C00kiemonster » 19 Aug 2015, 19:37

We didn't stay..... Honest!
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Re: Ridelimousin Road & Off Road Holidays in France

Postby D6 » 19 Aug 2015, 20:13

Sounds a fantastic place.
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Re: Ridelimousin Road & Off Road Holidays in France

Postby ridelimousin » 20 Aug 2015, 20:27

duke63 wrote:Why is there gaffer tape stuck to the bed in the top photo? (giggle) Looks fairly recent too.

huh? :^
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Re: Ridelimousin Road & Off Road Holidays in France

Postby D6Nutz » 20 Aug 2015, 20:34

Long running joke on the site...

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Re: Ridelimousin Road & Off Road Holidays in France

Postby Kwacky » 20 Aug 2015, 21:24

It's a joke that I carry around a roll of gaffer tape fro nefarious reasons

Did you sort out the problem with the bike? Was it the main jet?
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Re: Ridelimousin Road & Off Road Holidays in France

Postby ridelimousin » 20 Aug 2015, 23:00

Yup was indeed, just had to remove the speck of dirt and it was perfect again!
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Re: Ridelimousin Road & Off Road Holidays in France

Postby Frankie » 20 Aug 2015, 23:09

Welcome On board, like the sound of that trip Kwacky, I may be in the throws of sorting out a deal on my tiger which may include an enduro machine to play on lol.... I will let you know if this becomes reality (with pics of course) ;)
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Re: Ridelimousin Road & Off Road Holidays in France

Postby Rossgo » 21 Aug 2015, 07:46

Welcome to the site. Love the loft looks absolutely amazing. Kwacky that June ride would be fab - I will have to pass on the off roaring though (I'm a real short arse and can't touch the floor on these off roaders so there's only one way ofs stopping...falling!! [FACE WITH TEARS OF JOY]
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Re: Ridelimousin Road & Off Road Holidays in France

Postby Kwacky » 21 Aug 2015, 09:01

Rossgo, I think they've got a lowered bike for hire.
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Re: Ridelimousin Road & Off Road Holidays in France

Postby Rossgo » 21 Aug 2015, 15:52

Well if they do Kwacky I'd certainly be up for a bit of off roading would be a laugh. At one point I was going to pick up an AJS scrambler but when I viewed it I couldn't put my bloody feet down and I thought well that's one way of quickly killing myself
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Re: Ridelimousin Road & Off Road Holidays in France

Postby Frankie » 21 Aug 2015, 16:05

Kwacky wrote:Rossgo, I think they've got a lowered bike for hire.


With stabilisers (giggle)
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Re: Ridelimousin Road & Off Road Holidays in France

Postby Rossgo » 21 Aug 2015, 16:10

Think I'd need them too!!
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Re: Ridelimousin Road & Off Road Holidays in France

Postby Frankie » 21 Aug 2015, 16:36

Ha ha rubbish, just need platform biker boots ;)
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