Blog: April 27. Triumph is repaired

You all had a good laugh at my mishap on work’s Triumph. Fair enough, too. I’m not backward in offering a remark or two when I see an opportunity for some harmless fun. It was harmless, too. Craig Murcott had the bike ready to go again inside 36 hours, and now I’m the one grinning. It’s a great bike and I’m enjoying it a lot. I guess I should ‘fess up with what happened to…

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Blog: April 20. Hi there!

As the title suggests, I don’t have much to say this week. Granite Crumble went off like a bride’s nightie. Dave did a great job with the report and it seems from the comments it was a top ride. Now Dave’s talking about a ‘nad-shrinking winter run in mid-July. Geebus! Keep an eye on the site and I’m sure Dave will throw out invites when he’s ready. I’ve been in Melbourne for work all week,…

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Granite Crumble

Granite Crumble Ride Like sand through an hourglass, sometimes events can flow almost seamlessly. Karen, Marty (Bigdog), Ian, Nick and I headed off from Casino at 8.00am for a mate’s property at Mongogarie. Greg caught up at the cattleyards as I was telling the others that Jeff had pulled out of the ride due to possible cracked ribs from a fall a few weeks back when we took him through here. Riding sensibly along overgrown…

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Blog: April 6. Easter bludging.

I hope you’re all enjoying a great Easter break, and those who are so inclined are out riding. It’s been wet the last couple of days, and I’ve had a few commitments with family and other work…which is making excuses for not having done any riding. Darren and his scorching XL650 motard dropped in to say hello yesterday. That bike of his sure is horn. I wish I’d photographed it. He dropped in just after…

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