Rolling Hills, Cafe's at all the small towns, vineyards, orchards, grazing lands and Forest sections. This route is deliberately off the main roads and all roads are sealed, scenic and not frequented by vehicles. There are no challenging sections at the speed limit. Allow a relaxed day.
Gentle run with fuel for you and your bike, bit of scenery. Even run in reverse as well
A nice day right turn iconic little pub in the middle of nowhere
Nice ride to see the southwest
Interesting pillion ride
Starting just off the Gt Northern by the bottle shop on Hadrill road, head up into the hills for some magnificent views and some nice big straights. Get some speed up on Lancewood Ave to enjoy the steep sweeping down hill leading to plenty of twisties on Obrien Rd Be aware for the old bill/cameras around that area and the stretch to Toodyay. Once there you can step off and rest your bum grab a brew and treat yourself to a pie from the Bakery. Then off to chittering along Julimar. Ending back on the Gt Northern at the picnic spot in Bullsbrook.Just watch for roos, stupid pigeons and the odd bit if loose gravel. Enjoy.
Mix of a Bends and Straights. ONeils and Chittering with Toodyay for good measure. A good run from the Northern Suburbs
Good road, with some nice scenery and features.
A good run, watch out for the road edges of gravel and honky nuts, can give you a moment or two if not paying attention
2017 Augusta poker run by the Rogue Riders Australia
This event is an annual event to raise funds for our 4 legged friend, this year it's been hosted by Hardnfast SMC Westcoast.
Mostly open high speed.
Coastal ride then back through to Capel, Boyanup and Dardanup to sample cold beers.
Starting in Rockingham then Dwellingup Williams Narrogin and onto the Muntadgnin pub where you can stay the night or push on via Merridin and great eastern highway back to Rockingham........if your keen for the milage
A multi day ride around the south west of Australia. Take your time and soak up the scenery and peace.
A day run from Rockingham to the Greenhills Inne for lunch and then backroads home to Rockingham
Scenic ride from BUNBURY to York Northam, Toodyay and back to Bullsbrook and then home to Bunbury
Nice mix of scenic back roads and highways
This ride entails riding through tight roads some slippery visibility can be reduced recommended cruising speed
Nice 2 hour ride
Good fun minor road, road surface not all perfect but good enough to enjoy
About 400kms of mostly well sealed section through historical towns suitable for all bikes. A nice mix of forested sections and faster open parts. This tour is a combination of roads favoured by local bikers and starts by travelling east of Perth towards the historic town of York on the Great Eastern Hwy. This a nice road for bikers with some good curves and some interesting scenery. After York the route takes us to Northam where it meanders along nicely next to the Avon river. From Toodyay we carry on north into the Julimar state forest and on to Karakin (keep an eye out for Kangaroos) The main road then twists its way southward past Two Rocks and near the sea down to Perth again where it finishes.
A quick blast around the district for a counter meal at either Walkaway, Dongara or Mingenew, depends which way you're going.
Each leg has it's own characteristics. From straights, to flat weaving corners to highway running.
Cruiser or sports bike, fun both ways.
A long trip, best done with a good support vehicle. We did it with a group of 13 bikes, 2 going two up and a truck with hiab and two crew. Cost was minimal as everything was pooled.
Plenty of opportunity to deviate off the road, split into groups, blow the cobwebs out, spend time in any location, heaps of good roadside camping spots, lots of bike friendly tourist parks and a general sense of welcome everywhere we went.
10500km of perfect cruising roads if the journey and not the destination is your thing.
Generally fuel isn't an issue if you can get 250km plus (mainly from Pt Augusta through to the NT border). 190km furthest between fuel stops on the Nullabour. Broome to Sandfire is the only issue coming around the Northwest.
Didn't see one highway patrol vehicle the whole time, and wildlife was few and far between (mainly due to good winter rains keeping the local fauna in the bush). Daylight riding only and the cows up north are pretty docile as they're only interested in lying in the shade.
We left early August and into September. The weather was clear and sunny the whole way. A bit chilly across the Nullarbour but turning left at Pt Augusta and it only gets warmer. Dry riding 90% of the way as we were just ahead of the heat and the wet season build up. Recommend taking a chainsaw for the first 4000km.
A great ride if you want to see how diverse the countryside is.