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Old 14th-October-2010, 23:23
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Default Gloucestershire Green lane

Hi
Does anyone know of a good green lane in Gloucestershire giving about 1 - 2 hours of non damaging driving.
Used to do the foss way years ago, but looking for something alot less damaging than that.
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Old 15th-October-2010, 16:00
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Im looking to go green laning this weekend if you wana join up!
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Old 16th-October-2010, 21:38
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The Fosse way is now so smooth you could drive a Mk1 mini down 99% of it , the only fun bit is the ford , everything else is crap . theres not much really around this area .
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Old 16th-October-2010, 22:08
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Default Re: Gloucestershire Green lane

yes, the Fosse is now super smooth in places if none damaging is what your after its the place to go. we regularly take our 2a lightweight up there and stop for lunch on the Cotswolds.

There are some more challenging lanes further north near Birdlip.

North Wessex downs is worth a crack, as is the west of Salsbury plain. Bath and NE somerset (BANES) also has a few tight and scratchy endevours. Forest of dean?

plenty get searching.

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Old 16th-October-2010, 22:49
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well I did the fosseway both directions and Minety today! As said before the fosseway is smooth but still a nice trip and Minety was fun in the mud!
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Old 17th-October-2010, 21:29
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Default Re: Gloucestershire Green lane

Hi Timthetrader
Sorry I couldn't join you today, didn't realize the Foss was like that now.
Did you get on it just to the south of Kemble airfield, do you go as far as the Motorway? Minety, didn't know that one, do you start at Kembles farm?
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Old 18th-October-2010, 07:50
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Yes I started just south of airfield and did the whole length of fosse way and yes you start at kembles farm at Minety.
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