Who wants to ride the GOR to Lorne and enjoy the views. This is an easy ride from Geelong, speed limit is 60- 80 kmh We will stop off at Pt Addis for spectacular vistas, then on the way to Lorne a brief stop at Big Hill for the view, onto Lorne for lunch, bring a picnic or their are a couple of bakeries and hamburger joints nearby. Then ride to Teddys Lookout for more amazing vistas! Heading back home stop at the Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie & Ice Creamery for coffee and chocky and…See More
HALLS GAP RIDE UP, FRIDAY 29 MARCH, GRAMPIANS NATIONAL SCOOTER RALLY. For the ride up to Halls Gap on Friday 29 March for the Grampians National Scooter Rally, two rides have been planned for club members.Departure Point for everyone to meet: Caltex Service Station, Cnr Little Boundary and Pipe Roads, Laverton North VIC 3026. This is a 24 hour Service Station with food and coffee available on site. …See More
There will be a Melbourne ride this Sunday down to the Geelong breakfast. We will safely zip down the highway in the early morning at 8 am, but we can take the long scenic way home if that's what riders choose. The usual meeting advice is below.We cruise down together from Brooklyn at 8 am, and the ride speed is modified to accommodate all Vespa attending. We look after each other!…See More
How about a ride to the famous (in local eyes:) Aireys Inlet Pub for lunch, then over to the brand new Great Ocean Road Gin distillery garden and tasting room.Then ride home with a full belly, its a leisurely & social ride and not too long.Meeting place is at the carpark at the SurfCoast Shire Building, Surfcoast Hwy Torquay at 11.00 amLet me know as early as possible so I can book a table.…See More
The holiday makers have all gone home so who wants to ride the GOR to Lorne and enjoy the views. This is an easy ride from Geelong, speed limit is 80 kmh (less if stuck behind a tourist), so everyone is invited to join! If you are riding from Melbourne your Vespa needs to sit on 90+ kph to get there and backSEE LATEST COMMENT BELOW FOR NEW SCHEDULE!!MELB Ride downWe will safely zip down the highway in the early morning at 8 am. Your Vespa needs to be able to do 90 kph. We will have breakfast in…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
A ride through the city streets and laneways of Melbourne .Loads of streetart.So be prepared for slow meandering with lots of stops for photos photos and more photos You are welcome to ride off into the fast lane at any time .Meet at Brunettis Flinders Lane Melbourne be ready to depart at 9.30 am sharp .…See More
This is a last minute thing for Saturday morning.Marco Chianese and his friend are from Vespa Club Pordenone, Italy. They are currently visiting Melbourne, and have been in contact regarding attending the breakfast on Sunday.On Saturday we have organised to meet, set them up with Vespas, and do a short ride. The first destination is of course Frank and Vespa House, and we will ride on from there,…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.