AAA Rated Ride to Bindoon

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AAA Rated Ride to Bindoon

Postby Bozo » Sun Feb 09, 2020 3:45 pm

Andrew, Adrian and Anthony plus Ted, Ray, Emperor Eddie, Wes, Gerry, Prof Dist, Nannup Nick, Frank, Peter, Swampy and Bozo took a round about route to Bindoon after a packed and noisy breakfast at Catalano's this morning.

For the trip to Mundaring Prof Dist was giving a lesson in cranking the 1600 GT over through the corners. We had travelled up the Lesmurdie Hill and taken Carmel Road and Glen Isla Road to get to Aldersysde Road and Mundaring Weir Road. Cyclists seemed to be the theme for the day with a peleton of tandem cyclists being split by our group on Roberts Road and groups of cyclists and mountain bikers popping up in odd places on our journey.

Passing through Mundaring and losing Prof Dist we took Stoneville Road to get to Riley Road and Keane Street before turning off on Alice Road and Mildura Road. Bunning Road got us to Gidgegannup before a run along Reserve Road and Berry Road. We stopped at the Brock Memorial on Clenton Road before a run down O'Brien Road to Lancewood Road.

Brock Memorial
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The woops on Lancewood Road delivered their usual roller coaster joy before a deviation onto Rolling Hills Road and then down Campersic Road to Hadrill Road. Back on the Great Northern Highway and a stop at Gingers before getting into the twisties in the Chittering Valley.

The Bindoon Bakehaus was a joy with high calorie products being used to overcome an energy deficiency and high value products being touted for sale. Half the mob took Blue Plains Road and Lower Chittering Road to get to the end of the ride at Bullsbrook.

Thanks to Swampy for keeping the group together on the way to Bindoon and Peter undertaking that task on the way home.

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Re: AAA Rated Ride to Bindoon

Postby nickcoleman » Sun Feb 09, 2020 5:34 pm

Thanks Bozo for a good route, plenty of scenery and a spectacular view of the plain below as we descended the Avon Valley. A good day out topped with a beef & guiness pie at the Bindoon bakery.
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Re: AAA Rated Ride to Bindoon

Postby pspencer » Mon Feb 10, 2020 7:10 am

Thanks Bozo for another well thought out Sunday tour. A great bunch of blokes on a mild summers day gliding along on Beemers, bliss.
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