This Weeks Club Rides & Events
W/C 11th December – Normal Monday, Thursday & Saturday Rides this week – See our Facebook Event for details of this Saturdays Ride, click on link below
Join us on Monday 18th December for what will be our final Monday Ride for 2017 – Meeting & Leaving from “Luv A Coffee”, – 2 Cottonwood Place, Oxenford @ 8am – Please contact Wayne Bryan if you have any queries – Ph +61 400 818 801
Join us this Thursday 21st of December for our final weekly Thursday MECGC Club Ride of 2017. Leaving at 9am. Clubrooms open from 8:30, join us for a chat or coffee beforehand -:)
Join us on Thursday , the 11th of January for our first regular Thursday Ride for 2018 . Leaving at 9am. Clubrooms open from 8:30, join us for a chat or coffee beforehand -:)
Join us on Saturday the13th of January for our first weekly Saturday MECGC Club Ride of 2018. Leaving at 8am. Clubrooms open from 7:00am, join us for a chat or coffee beforehand -:)
Join us Saturday the 3rd of February for our first Bikers Breakfast and Ride of 2018 at the MECGC Clubrooms. Breakfast from 7.30 am. Ride from 9.00am -:)
SUNDAY 26th January
We are now meeting on the 4th or last Sunday of the month at 8am at BP Connect, Staplyton.
Any enquiries ring Wayne 0400 818801
A Highway Patrolman waited outside a popular biker bar, hoping for a bust. At closing time everyone come out and he spotted his potential quarry. The man was so obviously inebriated that he could barely walk. He stumbled around the parking lot for a few minutes, looking for his motorcycle. After trying his keys on five other bikes, he finally found his own bike. He sat on his motorcycle in a good ten minutes, as the other patrons left. He turned his lights on, then off, and again on and off. He started his engine and pull forward into the grass, then stopped. Finally, he pulled out onto the road and started to drive away. The patrolman, waiting for this, turned on his lights and pulled the man over. He administered the breathalyzer test, and to his great surprise, the man blew a 0.00. The patrolman was dumbfounded. “This equipment must be broken!” he exclaimed. “I doubt it,” said the man, “You see, tonight I am the designated decoy… I haven’t had a drink all day!”
Although this video was first released in 2015, it’s worth watching again as a reminder of how much of our body hits the ground in a crash.
Feel sorry for the unfortunate stunt rider!