Sunday, December 17, 2006

3,000 miles to go

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An early start for the friends and family of our intrepid Ibrakeforcake rally team as we gathered on an amazing Winters Morning in Hyde Park.

In typical Gav style i had a phone with no charge but had had the foresight before the previous evenings drinks to fourmulate some sort of plan! Off we trotted to Find both Monsieur Lawler and senor branfield looking suprisingly chirpy and excitable as you would be knowing or maybe not knowing what the next three weeks were all about!

In true bodge it style the roof rack was on and strapped down all the essentials our team needs for a challenging 3 week rally...yup a spare wheel and their surfboards! Fear not i did overhear a conversation in which chris reassured someone they were organised and had spares etc...i'm not saying anything, checked you passport this time chris?

So good luck to the chaps, we will be utilising all the latest technologies to keep you all updated of their progress. We wish them safe travels and a superb christmas. I am not quite sure how either of them will cope without the turkey, maybe they have a secret plan? Although looking at them in this photo i'm not convinced! Good Luck Dave and Chris spreading the IBFC name across the lands.

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Summer lovin'

The following shots are from the summer in the Alps. Just some scenery and different ones to the original posts, 'cos I've not got much work on today! Memories like these are good for the cold, wet darkness that is winter.






Sunday, December 03, 2006

Bracknell all fuzzy...





Following a night of cheese-based excess, Dave and I hit the familiar trails of Bracknell. I think it's fair to say that we were not at our best, but we still managed to fit in some sneaky extreme action poses and got nearly 3 inches of air over some of the jumps. Pretty sweet.

International Bob of mister-ey

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Bob has gone away again, maybe because we smell or maybe because he knows something we don't! Good to see you when you were around, Bob and looking forward to hooking up in Val d'Isere for some snowboarding in March... Is it snowing yet?