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Is this any good? I can't tell.

 

Is this an example of the new ' promotional whiz kids ' if so it's tripe. Not Hutchy by the way he's a Top Rider and a Top bloke

 

have you tried dragging your mouse around the screen? tis brill from rider view

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I'm sure our visitors will appreciate riding on smooth TT Course roads when they come over. Just a shame that before they get to them they have to travel over the horrendous pot holed, cracking up mes

I had to fire up to Ramsey on Monday. The coast road is a pain and not being able to cut through lower Laxey is annoying too.   Not a fan of the coast road. It's hard work driving it. The Mounta

Loads of places, getting past schools, old folks homes and the like when they are busy. Not to mention getting away from the rozzers when you've had a few.

They're patching the tram tracks on the prom this week too. Perfect timing. And Glen Helen to Ramsey is 50mph max now whereas last week it was National Speed limit in places. There're some whoppers in the DOI like.

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Yes the journey each morning from Ramsey to Douglas has been a real delight (not).And now the final nail in the coffin is the temporary traffic lights at Broadway.We sat at the junction of Victoria Road and Broadway this morning going nowhere whilst the lights completed 3 full cycles.

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They're patching the tram tracks on the prom this week too. Perfect timing. And Glen Helen to Ramsey is 50mph max now whereas last week it was National Speed limit in places. There're some whoppers in the DOI like.

 

Erm, why are they patching them if they are going to be removed? They've made motorists endure a shoddy road surface on the prom for years yet they somehow need to patch the tram tracks just before they remove them...

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They're patching the tram tracks on the prom this week too. Perfect timing. And Glen Helen to Ramsey is 50mph max now whereas last week it was National Speed limit in places. There're some whoppers in the DOI like.

 

Erm, why are they patching them if they are going to be removed? They've made motorists endure a shoddy road surface on the prom for years yet they somehow need to patch the tram tracks just before they remove them...

The Minister has spare cash he needs to spend?

 

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They're probably still working to a repair programme that existed long before the prom redevelopment scheme was even thought about. Most likely two different DOI sections who don't even talk to each other.

 

Joined up Govt thinking, doncha know...

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They're patching the tram tracks on the prom this week too. Perfect timing. And Glen Helen to Ramsey is 50mph max now whereas last week it was National Speed limit in places. There're some whoppers in the DOI like.

All island speed limit being implemented by stealth.

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