For this month’s ride we tried something a little different. Thanks to Lew Hylton, we were invited to view a private mini museum of magnificent motorcycles. After a quick ride through the hills we are welcomed by the owners Rod and Allison with a fantastic spread of coffee and cakes before we viewed the collection of great bikes. Rod gave us a run down on each of the bikes and then after a little cajoling he started the Ariel square four and what a magnificent sound that was. (Look for Peter Perry’s post on “Classics at Hart” Facebook site to hear it running.) After a well spent two hours checking out the bikes some of us headed off to Mt. Pleasant for lunch then home.
Front and rear tyres for sale
Wanted to buy – Sealed beam for Yamaha 350cc. Headlight = R5 (1971-2) or early RD350. Contact Ron (08) 8396 3546
Horex parts wanted for: Regina 1953/54 Resident 1956 Anything considered. Roger 0412 805 618
It is with much sadness to learn of the passing of Alan Dixon. Alan was fighting pancreatic cancer and seemed to be on the road to recovery, following his appearance at the recent Log Book Day. Allan attended several local … Read More »
was fitted to XT500 Yamaha.
Suitable for camping or passenger, complete with lockable boot, tool compartment, Excellent vinyl cover.
16inch spoked wheel with new Ikon shock. Adjustable dual threaded attachment mounts, LED clearance and taillights. Aluminium body panels.
Dean Launer 0417806658
After last month’s ride to Milang railway museum being aborted because of the rain this month’s ride wasn’t looking good with mist and rain in the hills. We only had only six riders for this months ride but once we cleared the hills the sun was shining and we were on our way. After a short break for coffee at Meadows Alan decided to head home. The remaining five of us then set off and criss-crossed the Peninsula until we were forced to retrace our route at Currency Creek with the road flooded and an expensive Mercedes stranded in the flooded road.
When we finally made it to the museum we were treated with tea and scones in the diner then a guided tour of all the exhibits.This museum is well worth a visit if you are looking for somewhere to go for a Sunday ride.
Tony Mitchell, Club Captain.