If you haven't done this ride before then don't miss out. Beautiful roads and special places. A one night stay at the VCOM Pavillion at the Rawson Caravan park.Accom Ride Cap is 18. Cost $60 per person plus cooked breakfast.Dinner is booked at the StockYard restaurant.You will need to have enough experience to do speed limits up to 100km.Meeting point is at the…See More
January 21, 2018 at 9:30am to January 22, 2018 at 4pm
For those coming along to escort riders of the Vespa Club of Sydney to Moe on Sunday, there is an option to extend the ride across Monday which will put us in a beautiful part of the world. Our overnight stay will be in Yarram (96kms further on from Moe). Accommodation will be at the Ship Inn Motel. Thanks Julie for organising this.On Monday morning we will ride along the sublime Tarra Valley Road. The Tarra-Bulga National Park is situated at the eastern end of the Strzelecki Ranges and…See More
After breakfast with our sister club members from Sydney, some of us will lead the VCoS riders out of Melbourne on their journey home via Orbost and the NSW coast road. We will use our Walhalla Ride route to Moe via Noojee to provide our NSW guests some great riding along beautiful Victorian roads. https://www.motowhere.com/maps/route/Melbourne-MoeThe ride to Moe is approximately 165kms however…See More
January 18, 2018 at 8am to January 19, 2018 at 3pm
If you would like to join us for a 2-day ride to Albury and back to meet up with the Sydney vesparados you will need to mark you attendance a.s.a.p. so we can book accommodation.Departure PointWe will be meeting from 8am departing at 9am SHARP Thursday 18 January from Santos Cafe, 2/795-801 Plenty Rd, South Morang. We will use a back road route which was part of the Ned Kelly Ride (off the Hume Highway) to Albury. The Sydney crew are aiming to reach Holbrook for the night. …See More
The fourth Sunday of every month is Geelong's monthly breakfast8:30am to 10:30amPako Raw 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
My friend has an old Vespa in his shed that he's used to play around on his farm (3hrs from Melbourne). I have been looking for a classic as a project so I'm wondering if this could be a good starting point.All the info I have at the moment is that it 'doesn't have any rust', he doesn't know much else about it other than he had to replace the gear cables to use it.He has given me a low quality video and from that I think it's around a '63 vintage GL.It looks like it's had a few layers of paint…See More
"Thanks to Greg, Julie, and the human GPS otherwise known as David. Great ride and great people. That King River beer ain't bad either.
Now time to clean a couple of kilos of bugs and dust off the old '300."
"This looks interesting Leily... some members were testing the new TomTom device but not sure of the outcome, you could search for that post and see what they had to say...it was a trial that was offered to us to trial... it was a simple device to be…"