The Andy Strapz Allrounder (or is that Allrounderz?)

Submitted by John_Cook on Fri, 15/09/2023 - 8:03pm

The year ‘round shirt you’ll pine for while it’s in the wash!
Following on the hem lines of Andy Strapz popular, fine Merino Thermalz, Andy and his team, has crafted a long sleeved T style shirt from the same non-itch, non-stink, flexistretch, uber comfy fabric.
Designed to be an under-stated, elegant, yet practical shirt to be worn year-round, on its own, or part of a layering system. The Allrounder will look as good under a dusty riding suit as a Saville Row Sportscoat.

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Kalkallo to Euroa

Submitted by John_Cook on Mon, 21/08/2023 - 5:22pm
Sunday, October 1, 2023 - 10:00am to 3:00pm

Departs Kalkallo  Ride Leader John Cook 0419 599 530 

Don't be late - Daylight Savings Starts

The rough plan is to  stop at Broadford for the morning cuppa and then use some open backroads through some old railway towns and a bit of freeway into Euroa for lunch.
I plan a return ride via Kelvin View, Polly McQuinns and Merton to Yea where people can head off home in the direction that suits them.
I will probably continue on home to Lilydale via Break O Day      

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Melbourne Branch Odyssey 2023

Submitted by Pat Ryan on Sun, 28/05/2023 - 4:41pm

Melbourne Branch Odyssey
13th to 15th October 2023
Mansfield Holiday Park, 8 Timothy Lane Mansfield 3722
The annual Melbourne Branch get together will be celebrated at Mansfield Holiday Park which is located off the Mt Buller Road in picturesque Mansfield. Accommodation available includes a variety of cabins, plus large powered/unpowered campsites on which it would be feasible to set up several tents to enhance camaraderie.

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Lilydale To Licola, 24/09/2023.

Submitted by ANDREW.KENNEDY on Tue, 26/09/2023 - 11:01am

        A perfect 23 degree day greeted the ten of us riding to Licola. Riders were: 6 BMWs, Jack, Sam, Nick, Graham, Terry, Andrew, 2 Triumphs, Rick, Dave and a new rider, Brendan. Jeff surprised us all arriving on  his son's Yamaha MT-09, a long term loan while Jeff awaits the arrival of a new BMW 1300 GS. The Yamaha was in showroom condition. Jeff's issue all day was the tiny size of the instrument panel and the even smaller information on it. You really needed a magnifier to read it.

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