Publicity and a fundraiser for the Club. Meet and greet motorcyclists from around Melbourne; More details soon. But we're going to need all hands on deck to maintain a BBQ stall over the day, and a display of VespasWe provide everything for the BBQ on the day.All you will need to bring is a float (money).It does get quite busy so it is advisable to have at least 2 people to help. Everything is set up early in the morning and ready by 9.00am, and will generally go through to approximately…See More
To be updated A core group rides right around the Bay on a tight schedule. We meet & involve as many riders as possible. View route.Ride one or more legs, or the whole circuit - or breakfast and say hi to the ride as it passes through.Basics Depart with a full tank of petrol. The only group petrol stop is Pt Arlington.Geelong riders: please top up in Yarraville in the morning.Lunch will be on the Ferry.…See More
The fourth Sunday of every month is Geelong's monthly breakfast8:30am to 10:30amThe Edge for our regular breakfast and Vespa conversation from 8.30 - 10.30. This is an opportunity for regulars to catch up and also allows any new interested Vespa riders to join in. Everyone is welcome.And yes, if there's interest we'll organise a ride afterwardsSee More
All Members, and all Vespa are welcome to come along to this event.If you would like to ride in there is a group meeting at Dr Morse Cafe - (Victoria Park Station), 274 Johnston St, Abbotsford. MAP Departing at 9.30 AM for a cruise up to Canterbury.Otherwise we will…See More
Ride to Melbourne's docklands history, always changing and new places to find.Given the unpredictable weather, it's a city ride - a 2 hour meander from Pt Melbourne via Docklands, Appleton Dock. Coode Is, and Williamstown where we can have a late lunch.If the weather kills the ride, there are plenty of cafes to abandon to along the way.I am also checking out some locations for future rides.Suitable for all Vespa and all rider experience. If this is your first time riding with us then it's a…See More
This is part II of the Mystery Ride organised 3 weeks ago. After losing three riders in a traffic jam along the way (my apologies) and a few more at our lunch stop, our group dwindled down to the Magnificent Seven. The event was rather too jam packed for one day so there are still plenty of things to see. Hence, welcome to part II of this ride but with less mystery. Ride Description:We’ll meet at a cafe that’s new to our club in Preston. Our first stop is Edwardes Lake. Next its off to…See More
Starting with Coffee at Dr Morse Cafe, 274 Johnston St, Abbotsford. It's the cafe under the railway bridge at Victoria Park Station. > MAP locationCoffee from 10 Departing at 10.30 amHere is the route on …See More
The second Sunday of every month is Melbourne's regular get together at Pertutti Cafe for a hearty breakfast and Vespa conversation from 8.30 - 10.30. This is an opportunity for regulars to catchup up and also allows any new interested Vespa riders to join in. Everyone is welcome.If you are riding a Vespa and looking for a great and active club to join please come along to the breakfast and introduce yourself.Location map: …See More
Let's catch up with the club’s Gippsland chapter and go back to Jindi. After this event you'll wish you had grown up there so let this ride implant an idyllic false memory of a carefree bare-footed rural childhood in a very pretty part of Victoria. As we need to book a table for lunch, please confirm your attendance ASAP.DestinationThis is a pleasant 220km day ride to an out-of-the-way pocket of west Gippsland that one hardly ever has a reason to visit. Jindivick is a small hamlet which sits…See More
Charlie runs an auto museum- at and over Arthur's Seat, so we are going up to look at his shiny things. It's one of the most beautiful places around Melb and recommended by Steve from Vespa Club Sydney who visited recently. It's a ride down the Mornington Peninsula, up and over Arthur's…See More
Hi Les. If you would like to borrow a bike to get you around in the meantime, I can lend you one of ours. We have plenty between us, and you can borrow my 300 to get around town, or do the Round The Bay. Really no problems this end. We have plenty of ride options here - and I can feel the pain of not being able to ride!
Hi Les, we'll be returning via Strath Creek, Flowerdale, Break O'day Rd to Glenburn, Kinglake-Glenburn Rd, down to St Andrews (possible lunch at the pub), Kangaroo Ground. May have goodbye coffee in Templestowe.