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Arbie's Adventure into Latrobe State Forest - headline
Arbie's Adventure into the Latrobe State Forest
Dipping my toe into a whole new world here. I bought the little XT250 to go riding in the bush and hopefully gain some skills for riding Dora, the CB500X, a bit better off road. This is my adventure.
VJMC's Three Months at the Birdwood Museum - headline
VJMC's Three Months at the Museum
March to May, 2017
In 2016, the VJMC was invited to set up a VJMC Club Display at the National Motor Museum at Birdwood SA. A great display was organised by Geoff Ellis, with funding from the National Committee. It was in a prominent position within the museum for a fixed term of 3 months.
News - Monto Muster 2022 - headline
Monto Muster - 23rd, 24, 25th September, 2022
Following the success of the 2021 Monto Muster, the VJMC returned to Monto in 2022. Members from all over Queensland attended and a special mention to member John Ingle from Sydney who returned this year after travelling to Biggenden for a Queensland event in 2021.
New Members - Two stories of UK to Australia - headline
Two stories of UK to Australia
Western Australia & South Coast, NSW.
Two new members of the VJMC, both from the UK, two very different riding experiences and living on the opposite sides of Australia. Both new members were thoughtful enough to share some of their story with fellow VJMC members via the Forum. Meet them both.
Brisbane to Bendigo for the VJMC National Rally - headline
Brisbane to Bendigo for the VJMC National Rally
Brisbane - NSW Country - Bendigo.
After numerous postponements I knew the day had finally arrived when the bikes started rolling into the Bundamba Ampol Servo at Ipswich, south west of Brisbane on Wednesday 23rd March. Of the 10 riders assembled only 5 were going to Bendigo. Five were going to leave the group at various stages, however 2 members from Northern NSW were joining us at Gunnedah, the first night stop. The route chosen would take us on sealed country roads, avoiding the busy highways where possible and stopping roughly every two hours for rest and fuel.
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