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Re: International Jampot

Postby clive » Thu Jun 20, 2019 4:07 pm

I am waiting the post with baited breath! After the Boston Jampot a few years ago i was caught doing 39 in a 30 limit. Saw the camera but I thought it was a 40 mile limit. Did the speed awareness course and the only real tip i came away with was to drop down a gear when entering a 30 mph zone. It slows you down and the louder engine noise helps keep you below the limit. So I am hopeful that i may have missed a ticket!
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Re: International Jampot

Postby Rob Harknett » Thu Jun 20, 2019 5:04 pm

Hertfordshire county council publish a free magazine called Biker. It can be viewed online. Its mainly about biker safety. A few years ago they published a map of all safety cameras, static and mobile. At present there is a "residents " watch monitoring traffic speed in the village. How do I know? It was announced on Roydon's Facebook page.

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Re: International Jampot

Postby Rob Harknett » Thu Jun 20, 2019 5:05 pm

clive wrote:I am waiting the post with baited breath! After the Boston Jampot a few years ago i was caught doing 39 in a 30 limit. Saw the camera but I thought it was a 40 mile limit. Did the speed awareness course and the only real tip i came away with was to drop down a gear when entering a 30 mph zone. It slows you down and the louder engine noise helps keep you below the limit. So I am hopeful that i may have missed a ticket!

I do not recall a Boston Jampot Clive. ??? I do not recall coming across one when in Boston I made spread sheets of all the rallies, venues trophy winners etc. So wonder if I have a correction to make. Perhaps I was only able to discover the actual venue, not the place or nearest town.
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Re: International Jampot

Postby ajscomboman » Thu Jun 20, 2019 5:07 pm

39speedtwin wrote:It was the cheepo Indian clutch plates, when they get hot they weld together, didn’t bother to separate them, put the originals back.
Peter I did do 2 1/2 runs, also did not miss a link!


Cor, all the moaning and groaning that you did about my service work when you got back!!! I bloody told you it'd be those nasty clutch plates and not my work. One day you'll listen to me and spend out on some proper decent clutch plates!!! Nine times out of ten transmission problems stem from the clutch and not the gearbox. With your crap clutch it's no wonder you've gone through so many gearboxes!!!

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Re: International Jampot

Postby clive » Thu Jun 20, 2019 8:02 pm

Just looked at my badge board and you must be right Rob. I can only think it was Bishop Auckland . I had to do the speed awareness course in Lincoln so i must have been nicked on the way home in Lincolnshire.
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Re: International Jampot

Postby Rob Harknett » Thu Jun 20, 2019 8:13 pm

Thanks for your reply Clive. I was wondering if it was an AJR or I only managed source a venue name like Top Farm .

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Re: International Jampot

Postby G15 Roy » Fri Jun 21, 2019 4:46 pm

G15 Roy wrote:I here there was someone else from West London section got a ticket same place at just 35MPH there must be more don't be shy. :lol:


One more today but he was to embarassed to give me his name :roll:
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Re: International Jampot

Postby g80csp11 » Fri Jun 21, 2019 7:56 pm

are you sure it wasn't a second ticket for you Roy , don't be embarrassed to give their name

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Re: International Jampot

Postby Janet » Fri Jun 21, 2019 8:27 pm

I've been away from home for most days since the rally so haven't had time to reply to this thread.
To return to the original subject, Thank you to the people who said kind things about the IJR. If you enjoyed the rally, we did our job successfully. Although not everything went without any problems, I think most, if not all, difficulties were overcome.

A final check of all the bookings showed that 202 people pre-booked, 12 of whom did not attend, plus an additional 43 who registered on arrival, resulting in a total of 233. People came from Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Switzerland and the UK.
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Re: International Jampot

Postby rumble » Sat Jun 22, 2019 8:23 am

Janet wrote:I've been away from home for most days since the rally so haven't had time to reply to this thread.
To return to the original subject, Thank you to the people who said kind things about the IJR. If you enjoyed the rally, we did our job successfully. Although not everything went without any problems, I think most, if not all, difficulties were overcome.

A final check of all the bookings showed that 202 people pre-booked, 12 of whom did not attend, plus an additional 43 who registered on arrival, resulting in a total of 233. People came from Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Switzerland and the UK.
You did well Janet. I just hope we can do as well at the Jampot as take up is a little slow at the moment. There is a little way to go yet though....

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