Learner riders are not permitted to visit on Club Runs, try a couple of Social Rides first.
Learners must ride with their own licenced shadow.
2019 Run Events
ORMTC CLUB RUN
SUNDAY 10th MARCH 2019
THE NARROGIN LOOP
WITH FRED AND EJ
MEET AT MCDONALDS, JULL ST, ARMADALE
8.OO AM FOR 8.30 AM DEPARTURE
STOPPING AT QUINDANNING PUB FOR LUNCH
APPROX 400 KMS
ORMTC SOCIAL RUN – SUNDAY 24TH FEBRUARY 2019
WITH PETER (RL) AND IVAN (TEC)
STORM PULSE — THE FIRST ELECTRIC TOURING MOTORCYCLE
A cruisey ride around the best tar roads close to Perth
Meeting at Dome Mundaring at 8am for an 8:30 am departure
Morning tea at Bindoon Bakehaus and lunch at The Chidlow Tavern with the opportunity to view The Steel Bumper Car Event (Classic old cars). Ride is open to all riders and styles of bikes (250cc and over) and is suitable for learners with their shadow. Join in, weather looks perfect.
Chris and Jackie
2020 Run Events
- Morning hills social ride. Sunday 23rd Feb.
- Maccas Midland.
- 8.30am for 9.00am start. Approx. 220kms.
- Ending Swan Valley for beer/lunch.
- Leader: Jim
- Tec: Russell.
Meet point Brook 508 Cafe
Brookton Highway Roleystone
8.00am for 9.00am sharp start
500km round trip
Ride end The Lakes BP Roadhouse
Require reliable 250 km fuel range
Learners and shadows welcome but must be able to ride at posted speed limit for ride duration (500km). Above 250cc only.
NOTE: May be short graded dirt stretches less than 1km length along route.
Ride Leader: Chris
Pemberton Tramway Trip
Saturday the 28th of March
All aboard at the Pemberton Railway Station for these return services which
meander through towering Karri, Marri and Jarrah forest, over trestle bridges
spanning rivers and streams along one of Australia’s most majestic rail lines.
Trams run south to the Warren River Bridge Monday to Saturday except
Public Holidays, throughout the year.
As you admire the breath taking view on the journey, your tram driver gives
an informative commentary on the forest, the Tramway and the history of
the region. All trams stop at the Cascades for you to alight and experience
the feel of the forest and then on to the Warren River Bridge.
Warren River – This unforgettable 1¾ hour service shuffles out of
Pemberton, past the Saw Mill and descends deep into the Karri forest. The
tram meanders through the forest, crossing six bridges, stopping at the
Cascades and ending at the Warren River Bridge where the Lefroy Brook
joins the Warren River. Your tram then returns to Pemberton.
2 Departures Monday to Saturday
10:45am and 2:00pm (duration 1¾ hrs)
Ticket Office Open 9:00am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday
9:00am to 4:00pm Saturday
Leaving Saturday, we will need to leave by 7.00 am sharp, to arrive in
Pemberton and be ready to board the Tram by 2.00 pm.
Depart from Kelmscott Dome. Dome opens at 6.30 am
Over-nighter with a tent or swag at the caravan park is an option but
Pemberton been Pemberton rain is probable. Plenty of other accommodation
for singles or couples in Pemberton.
Pemberton Caravan Park
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