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  1. Christmas present in the post today! I've just got hold of a pair of 'Truckclaws II' to get out of the mud - so small, simple and with advantages over tracks and mats (I have used maxtrax till now!). I'm looking forward to trying them out soon to see if i can discard my maxtrax! https://youtu.be/O_uofTU8GTc
  2. Does anyone have any routes they'd like to share ? Mo
  3. Hiya everyone, I am the President of Peterborough LandRover Club, based, as the name says, here in Peterborough, in Cambridgeshire. We are always on the lookout for new and interesting things to do as a club. Recently I have read a story in Landrover Monthly by David Lovejoy, titled 'Get your kicks on root 66' which covered wooded greenlanes. I have a question .... where are the wooded greenlanes? The story shows one abroad but I am stuck finding any here in the UK, especially near Peterborough. Have any members got any ideas on the location of any wooded greenlanes? I could really do with a list of as many as possible to keep us busy, if such a list exists. We have had a few off road and greenlane days but now want something kind of in the middle, harcore greenlaning so to speak. I look forward to hearing from anyone who can help and you're more than welcome to join us! All the best, Kev English Peterborough LandRover Club ('92 Defender 110 (CSW with 12 seats)
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