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Submitted by ANDREW.KENNEDY on Sat, 27/05/2023 - 4:59pm

      We are all set for Ride Leaders until the beginning of July. You are all welcome to lead and let us enjoy your favorite road. Different leaders are the best way for all of us to discover new interesting roads. Please don't be shy. All of us regulars began by leading our first ride. The good thing is the Leader never makes a mistake. He planned it that way. Only those following make errors. Even U-turns are planned. It keeps everyone behind sharp. So, put your hand up to lead. At the end of the the day I think you will find you enjoyed giving everyone else someone to chase.

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South Gippsland Ride, 14/05/2023, Leader: Andrew Kennedy.

Submitted by ANDREW.KENNEDY on Tue, 16/05/2023 - 10:30am

     For Mother's Day we were greeted with as perfect a weather day as could be imagined for Autumn. Only a relatively small but keen group turned up at Officer. Family commitments are important. Also we have a number of members either overseas, recovering from operations, skin grafts or just returned from time away at the National Rally. 

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Ride To Young, NSW, 02/05/2023.

Submitted by ANDREW.KENNEDY on Thu, 04/05/2023 - 1:46pm

      Any excuse for a ride and this one was to give Mike Fittal some company on his ride to the Ulysses National Rally. Five of us fronted up for an 8:00AM Lilydale start in fine conditions which held right through the day. The brave participants were Mike, Steve Bailes, Colin Voss, Jeff Pav and myself. Early running was the back way to Benalla, joining the Hume Freeway there. Before getting to Benalla we were passed by ab oncoming Highway BMW X5. I was rear running and having a very untrusting nature I expected that he would spin an unseen u-turn and come back to try and make some money.

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Nagambie Ride, 30/04/2023.

Submitted by ANDREW.KENNEDY on Thu, 04/05/2023 - 12:59pm

                 A fine Autumn day with about 16 members turning up. Khiat had just had a new rear tyre fitted by A1 Motorcycles. He was happy with the service and price. Travel to Morning Tea was via Yarra Glen, King Lake, Whittlesea (where we picked up Vince Green and his new V-Strom), Wallan, Romsay and stopping at Lancefield. Next was on to some of my favourite roads going Pyalong, Seymour and the back way to Nagambie for lunch. The way back for most of us was Freeway to Seymour, Highlands to Yea then home via Break-O -Day, Glenburn, Yarra Glen.

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