The club ride this month coincides with Mother’s Day, so I’ll make it a short one to Lorne and back via Deans Marsh. Leaving from the clubrooms, stands up at 9.30am this Sunday. I hope that suits a few riders! All bikes and riders welcome. We should be back well before 12 noon. See you then! Pres…
The April ride will be organised by Brendan Waring in memory of Wal Tedcastle, a former life member and stalwart of the club.
The plan is to ride to the Myrniong classic hill climb, meeting at the clubrooms at around 9.00am for the usual 9.30 departure. Information about the event is available if you Google Myrniong Classic Hillclimb 2019. All club members and friends are welcome to come along, bikes or cars, old or new.
Hope to see you there.
The March ride saw us heading to the vintage tractor pull and vehicle show at Bullarto for the day. Everyone that went seemed to enjoy the outing with lots of interesting gear on display for the pull, the PTO dynamometer and display of a variety of vehicles and curiosities. All returned home safely although bit wet, and Buzz decided to get in some exercise by pushing his bike a couple of K’s to the servo due to a slight miscalculation.
Looking forward to the next ride. Mal
Hey everyone! We are happy to tell you all that the club has a guest speaker at the first meeting this month! We have Ryan Mebrey from Gas imports coming along to show us a presentation on Michelin motorcycle tires. Don’t miss this one! The usual great bbq as well! Tuesday the 12th, from 6:30pm. Cheers!
The plan at this stage is for a ride to Bullarto, which is just West of Trentham, for the annual vintage tractor pull, machinery display, classic car & bike display, wood chop, mobile phone throwing competition for the ladies and generally an interesting day with lots to see. As usual we will be meeting at the clubrooms around 9.00am for a 9.30 departure. You can Google the event if you want more info. The plan would be to just ride straight there and have the time to enjoy the event. Same conditions as usual that if the weather is terrible, make your own decision, ride or come in a car. Remember these rides are not just for red platers, but all club members car or bike, old or new. Mal
We had 15 participants for the Feb ride to Ballan, great weather and a good ride for a lunch stop in the mail street. All bikes returned home with only a couple of hiccups with a detour and some Honda unreliability, or maybe owner unreliability was that. Not as much trouble as our dirt riding compatriots from the club who we met up with in Anakie after they had a small misdemeanour of their own. Looking forward to the next ride. Thanks for organising and leading the ride Noel, job well done. Mal