I was up early at about 6:30am and waited for the others to rise. We gathered across the road at the superb bakery. How could you go wrong with a name like that? With a delicious pie and coffee duly dispatched it was time to get on the road.
I love staying in these small country towns, they are so quiet and the people are generally really friendly, sadly lost in our big cities these days.
First we fueled up before I led us out the Crookwell road through the little hamlet of Rugby.
|Who said R1 riders don't stop to smell the roses?|
|Archive photo from 2013 - to indicate what the road is like|
Remember yesterday where we rode through those roadworks and got covered in crud. Here's a bit of a close up of Geoff and his bike. He was covered head to toe in crap, front and back.
I got home early about 3:30pm or so, the bike was pretty filthy so I decided I'd give it some love and attention before cracking a beer. I did just over 2000 kms for the trip and most of it was twisty roads through some of Aus best bits of blacktop. Thanks for the great weekend away fellas and Margo. Looking forward to the next one.
|Cheers until next time|
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