The September 9/09/2018 ride will be organised and hosted by Ross Johnston and Mark Gross who always put in a lot of effort and with the support of their families I’m sure it will be a good event. Full details here soon.
The October 14/10/2018 ride will be the GIRO GEELONG, aimed mainly at European and English bikes, but all are welcome to come along. Again details will be posted soon.
The November 11/11/2018 ride will be the TORQUAY T.T. (Tiddler Tour). Details posted soon.
Looking for any club member or members to put their hand up and organise something. Doesn’t matter what or where, it’s up to you but there will be a ride/drive of some sort on that day. For all the members of the club who have cars (more than 120) on Red plates, these outings are also for you, so please feel free to come along and be involved or take the initiative and organise an outing. Just let me know any details and I will post them on this site. Meeting at our clubrooms about 9.00am for a 9.30am start. All welcome. Mal Loone.
UPDATE FOR SUNDAYS RIDE
Weather permitting Sunday’s ride/drive will be to the corner shop at Deans Marsh. Leaving the clubrooms at 9.30am as usual. Hope to see you there.
SUNDAY 12TH RIDE REPORT
Only 7 starters for the ride to Deans Marsh, a small but friendly group enjoyed a dry but cool windy ride via Ceres, Wurdee Buloc, Winchelsea and Birregurra on to the corner shop at Deans Marsh. Always a good coffee and snack and chat, bumped into a couple of other club members who were there for a ride also. Returned to Geelong for a late lunch, no better way to spend a Sunday morning.
This ride has now been organised thanks to Dave Stewart who has volunteered to put it together.
The ride will again start from our clubrooms at 45 Riversdale Rd Newtown, meeting at 9.00am for a 9.30 start. The ride will have a Light House theme as we will be doing a circuit around some of the local ones, finishing with snack & chat at Aireys Inlet. From there you choose your own way home or on for a longer ride. Not being a really long ride, hopefully we will see a few more older or special bikes along with us. See you there. Mal
WELL, The weather wasn’t kind to us but 7 hearty souls & 1 driver turned up for a rather windy & wet ride to Queenscliff for a coffee. Thanks to Dave for organising the ride and gathering some historical info on the lighthouses in the area. It was decided to cut the ride short this time and save it for another day due to the weather. That’s what is good with our club, we can vary what we do to suit our members needs on the day. My belief is we ride bikes to have fun and if it’s not fun day, save it until you can enjoy it.
We now have available cast pewter club badges for your riding jackets and screen printed polo shirts and wind cheaters which will be available for purchase at all meetings. At the moment they are in limited numbers so it is advisable to get in early if you want them.
Thanks to Jim (V Pres) for organising the ride to the Moto Bean Cafe at Malmsbury which was enjoyed by the 19 riders who attended. A bit cool when we left the clubrooms, but a hot coffee at Ballan and all was good. Then on through Trentham on our way to the cafe. A couple of riders went different ways but all arrived safely to enjoy the good food on offer. After lunch we went our different ways on the ride home. In all a good day’s ride was had by all. It was nice to see a few new members and some different faces come along and enjoy the friendship our club has to offer.
How quick it comes around again to our monthly ride on the 2nd Sunday of the month.
In June we have Jim (Vice President) who has stepped up and organised a ride to the “Moto Bean Cafe” at Malmsbury, meeting at our clubrooms at 9.00am for a 9.30 departure.
So if you are free and feel like a good ride, come along and support Jim and the club in general. Remember these rides are organised by members for members.
Hope to see you there.
PS. Looking for someone to put their hand up to organise the July ride.
With it being Mothers Day and the weather looking slightly threatening we were not sure how many would front for the ride, however we finished up with 8 riders on the day with a mixture of older and modern bikes.
We headed out through Ceres, Pollocksford, Bannockburn, Russells Bridge, Maude then on to Anakie to the “Old Workshop” for a morning coffee and cake or scones. Nice to have a warm up by the wood heater, fantastic coffee and brilliant service by the friendly staff. Would thoroughly recommend it as a stop over on another ride.
Returned home in time for Mothers Day lunch, a short ride but very enjoyable.