Rides & Social Events
Rides & Social Events

As from the 1st of September all rides leave at 9am. (unless otherwise stated.) It is good if you could arrive 15 mins before departure time.

We welcome all riders to join us. The more the merrier. You don't need to join. Unless you really want to after you have tried and liked us.

We leave from the Roof top car park behind Caltex, at The Mandurah Forum on Pinjarra Road.     

Arrive with full fuel tank if possible, However there is fuel available at the meet point area. We us a 2nd man corner marking system. This is detailed under the heading "ABOUT OUR RIDES"

The Ride Calendar details planned rides.

You can review previous ride reports on this website at the News section

If you would like to lead a ride or have any suggestions for a ride destination then please don't hesitate to contact a committee member or ride coordinator. See the Contact Us section of this website for details. 

If you are not a member but interested in joining or just would like to sample the experience then why not just front up on the Sunday morning and introduce yourself.

One of the biggest risk factors for those new to a group is feeling the need to keep up with faster riders. Stretching your comfort zone by trying to keep up will put you at risk. You need to be able to ride near the speed limit (up to 100 -110kph on open roads) THERE IS NO NEED TO KEEP UP IF A GAP IS CREATED; TEC (Tail End Charlie) will not overtake you and the corner markers will wait until TEC comes through, Don’t panic - resist the feeling of being pressured.

You could lose points. By speeding to catch up


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About our Rides

WE MEET AT The ROOF TOP CAR PARK, BEHIND CALTEX/ MACCAS at the Mandurah Forum on Pinjarra Rd

All rides leave at  9AM. Unless otherwise stated in the information of that ride.

Every body 40 years and plus is welcome.  All riders are asked to arrive  15 minutes prior to the leave time, so they can be ready and fueled up to go at the departure time. This also allows for some communication about the ride.

We use 2nd man marker cornering system. This means that  if the ride leader is turning a corner, the person behind the ride leader stops at or before the corner in a safe position and indicates where the rest of the group are to turn AND STAYS THERE until tail end charlie arrives.

If the second person forgets to mark the corner or is a trike, the next person is to pick up the corner marking role. Often it is not safe for trikes to mark a corner.

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