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Discussion in 'Australia' started by BigM, Apr 17, 2007.
Thinking about taking the Tiger for a ride out to Truro in the morning. Anyone interested?
What time you going Trev & where from ? Would a 250 keep up ?
Got a club ride to Burra but that might be boring
Without being specific Terry, I doubt that the 250 would cut it, but wouldn't want you to think I'd be breaking any traffic laws.
Am actually thinking about a flying trip up to the Robertstown property for a security check now.
Dirt or blacktop
C'Mon Terry, I try and take the more interesting black top way there. Truro for morning tea and then Eudunda, Robertstown and Burra via the Worlds End Hwy.
Ok due to the fact the 250 won't keep up with Trev & you have a interesting route planned I'll see you at Modbury in the morning
I can remember when I was a young tacka, a scrambler was an off road bike
All dirt kym....I'll send Sms.
Common Trev, stop fooling yourself, us oldies just talk don't we
Start tuning your bakery GPS
Not taking the Scrambler Kym, I'll be taking my favorite
Working on it as we speak........look at your phone...Tothill Ranges??????? Lunch at the Hollows???
Yummmm!! :dg better put more air in the tyres
good long ride today, here I am at birdwood pub, final stop before home
The last of the Great big orange ..........
Never fear mate the other big Orange one is in good hands over here and after Pete told me what you guys have hidden over there in the Flinders you'll see it again in the future.
By the way how do you stop these things from wheel standing everywhere?
Stop wheel standing.? You need to read the Hoon act.,,I don't know how to stop them wheel standing either,
PIGS ARSE, that spells slippery clay MUD to me :eek1
Good evening gents from William Creek. Having a good ride so far. Flinders were lovely. Alice tomorrow for a front tyre and a decision whether to press on to Pine Ck or spend two days looking around.
Hopefully this works.
Actually dont think it is, any ideas guys?
Watch your gear when you get near The Alice, PPete. Some arsebags hang around the popular tourists areas close to AS, stealing from vehicles, or at least they did the last time I was out at Ellery Big Hole swimming. If you want a great ride and want to see the best of Central Oz, go for a run out along the Eastern and Western MacDonnell Ranges - the best places are Ndahl Gorge, Ormiston Gorge, Glen Helen and Palm Valley. There's great areas to camp scattered all around there - especially in the Eastern Macs. The Two Mile crossing on the Finke River just opposite Glen Helen Homestead is a jewel of an area - beware the deep sandy tracks on the river side of the trees - use the track on the eastern side of the gums to get up near the lagoon camp tree. You'll know the tree when you see it - it's a huge old gum about half way up the area.
Go to the Alice via the Old Andado Track north from Mt Dare Homestead - it's a great run via Old Andado Homestead up the Binns Track. Ask Dave at Mt Dare for track details.
You can go inside the Old Andando homestead . Its been left as it was when Molly lived there.
Good campsite as well. One of the most stunning locations for a homestead in Central Oz, in a flat valley between two big red dunes.