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BigSteve
11-19-2013, 05:51 AM
Hi Folks,

Following the sucess of the last 3 years it has been agreed to hold another Caponord gathering at Llandovery in Wales...

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I've booked it today Guys & Gals, let me know if your coming so I can add you to the list, you don't have to own a caponord, just got to like them...

Details of the Campsite for those who havn't been before:...a great site, holder of loo of the year several years running...
http://www.erwlon.co.uk/

B&B is available in Llandovery for all those who are whimps...:rolleyes:

If anyone is interested please reply to the post below:
http://www.apriliaforum.com/forums/showthread.php?282603-UK-Wales-Spring-Caponord-Gathering-weekend-of-11-12-amp-13th-April-2014&p=3515284#post3515284

Mr Pope
11-20-2013, 03:17 AM
Thought we'd get chastised for riding CapoNots?

BigSteve
11-20-2013, 11:07 AM
Thought we'd get chastised for riding CapoNots?

Well Mr pope perhaps this could be a good opportunity for old & new caponordists to get together...afterall we are all on aprilia's..:rolleyes:

fredaroony
11-20-2013, 01:54 PM
Well Mr pope perhaps this could be a good opportunity for old & new caponordists to get together...afterall we are all on aprilia's..:rolleyes:

I'm just glad you didn't say Caponudists!

dsgfh
11-20-2013, 03:35 PM
I'm just glad you didn't say Caponudists!
It's a little chilly over there for that sort of thing.

BigSteve
11-20-2013, 05:14 PM
I'm just glad you didn't say Caponudists!

Well that's food for thought....:rolleyes:.....mind you there are lots of woolie Baaabeeeeraaaa's around like you guys have down under....:lol:

blumeeni
11-23-2013, 01:15 PM
Come on guys get your names down for this it's a great weekend with a friendly bunch, some great roads and ride outs, you'll all be welcome no matter what you ride.

BigSteve
11-23-2013, 10:05 PM
:plus:.....it would be good to see some new Capo 1200's carving through the bends......:banana:

Globalone
11-26-2013, 07:42 AM
That's the problem You would not see us

BigSteve
11-27-2013, 09:16 AM
That's the problem You would not see us

Ha Ha very Funny Stu...:lol:....at least we could pick up all the bits that keep falling off the new capo I've been reading about..:p:.....incidently Stu is your Capo 1200 back on the road yet..:rolleyes:

Jesting aside, come on guy's the roads are some of the best in the UK...ya got to do the A483 upto newtown at least once in your lives...:banana:

Globalone
11-28-2013, 06:29 AM
Steve its back and running after a new ECU, Rode to work this morning,old ECU went back to the factory for investigation,

My theory the Fuel pump relay got wet (rust stains when removed) then failed ( PADS 5 Diagnostics), This caused a fault current in the ECU which failed.

Mr Pope
11-29-2013, 02:36 AM
That's the problem You would not see us


Hahahaha, I'm with you on that :banana::peace:

Sadly, I won't be there either due to other commitments this year..

BigSteve
12-02-2013, 11:38 AM
Oh well perhaps we will see a new Capo 1200 join us next year.....:rolleyes:

Globalone
04-23-2015, 04:03 AM
The 2015 meet is in Carrog North Wales with trips around Snowdonia on Saturday and Horseshoe pass Sunday
http://www.apriliaforum.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=273743&d=1424966261&thumb=1 (http://www.apriliaforum.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=273743&d=1424966261)
Spring 2015 Capo Campo Fri 24 April to Sun 26 April 2015
Location Carrog, near Llangollen, North Wales

Campsite
Carrog Station Campsite, Carrog LL21 9BD 1 pod booked, 1 pod left (02 Nov 2014) www.stationcampsite.com (http://www.stationcampsite.com/)
Price for CapoCampo - Small and medium sized tents £8 solo per night, £12 twin per night, camper-vans £12 per night. Hook–up £3 per night. We have booked as 'The Aprilia Group', individual bookings aren’t needed. ENTER CAMPSITE GATE SAME SIDE AS THE STATION THEN HEAD FOR THE PITCHES F1- - F14 NEAR THE RIVER AND LOOS Please check-in and pay Pat or Margaret (cash please!) at Capo Campo Mess Tent on arrival.

B & B
Parc Grove Bed and Breakfast, Llidiart y Parc LL21 9EL
www.parcgrovebandb.co.uk (http://www.parcgrovebandb.co.uk/)
This is the only B & B within staggering distance, so book early with them. Loads of B & Bs in Llangollen or The Berwyn Arms in Glyndyfrdwy 01490 430210 (lift available).

Pub
The Grouse Inn, Carrog LL21 9AT www.thegrouseinncarrog.co.uk (http://www.thegrouseinncarrog.co.uk/)
Menu Grouse 01.pdf (http://www.apriliaforum.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=277124&d=1428691799)

Directions
7.5 miles from Llangollen towards Corwen on A5, enter 40mph zone for Llidiart y Parc, immediately before a very small garage on right with white gable end covered in Butterflies, take right down a lane for campsite and pub, or left up a lane for B&B.

Globalone
02-19-2016, 12:01 PM
Llandovery spring 2016 rally At the Oop Nord Rally we were wondering where to go next Spring.
Llandovery was mentioned.
If you wish, I would be pleased to create my own form of chaos from this crazy notion, and fix it.
What would you have me do, my Lords?
AndyB

Update as at 19 Jan 2016 .

Rally dates are confirmed as Fri 15 April to Sun 17 April 2016.

Campsite is our old favourire Erwlon http://www.erwlon.co.uk/ Price TBD later. Elec hookups available for weak people.

The Bluebell pub is now an "Italian" restaurant run by asians; the beerkeeping is poor.
My suggested alternative is the Kings Head, Main Square, Llandovery SA200AB Tel: 01550 720393 http://www.kingsheadllandovery.co.uk/
Landlord Paul is a Laverda man and most sympathetic to our needs. The food is excellent as is the selection of Ales.
He has a back room for us for Sat eve: his chef would like some idea of what we would like, but I'll ask you all nearer the date.
The menu is here http://www.kingsheadllandovery.co.uk/bar-menu/ and here http://www.kingsheadllandovery.co.uk/a-la-carte-menu/

As for breakfasts, yes the West End cafe is always good but I will also recommend the Penygawse Victorian Tea Rooms (12 High St ) for a superb breakfast. As the soft Northern Jessies will be well aware, the Penygawse is also a good B&B http://www.penygawse.co.uk/

The latest idea for Sat breakfast is to use The Owl's Nest, about half a mile up the road from The West End Cafe http://www.bikersarewelcome.com/owls...ner-i1317.html (http://www.bikersarewelcome.com/owls-nest-tea-room-diner-i1317.html) I'll contact the proprietors, if you wish.

Those who believe they will attend are the following 26 chaps and chapesses. I hope we will get some reps from The Futura Forum: I'm sure we will make them more than welcome.