Our Ride Calendar is
put together by our members. When a ride
meeting is called, everyone is welcome to
attend. It is an enjoyable experience to
host a ride.
Please note that extra
ride information can be displayed using the
link buttons for rides which require
bookings, showing telephone numbers or extra
information. Frequent updates are
posted on the Rides
& Events Calendar on this website.
keep an eye on the calendar, as times and
information may change.If in doubt, call the
If you find any inaccuracies, please inform
the Ride Captain or the Webmaster for
correction, and we hope to see you on
A short ride for a
Departs Caltex Heathcote 0900.
Held each Thursday weather
Rides leave from
Caltex Heathcote or 7/11 Menai 0900.
coffee rides or longer luncheon rides on
Ride details advised in the
Rides & Events Calendar on this
Tuesdays, weekends and
Public Holidays when
there is no other
planned day ride on the
rides are to cater for all members who are
unable to attend organised ride days.
start from the Caltex
be aware that most motorways use electronic
passes. If you do not have an account
already, it is advised you open an
occasional account. Westlink M7
connects the west by providing an
uninterrupted journey between the
M2, M4 and M5 motorways.
M7 is a fully
electronic electronic toll
road with no toll booths.
48 sets of traffic lights – changing forever
the way people travel around Western
uses a distance based tolling system.
existing electronic tags are accepted.
To get a Roam e-TAG please call 13 TOLL
(13 86 55).
occasional use of Westlink M7, you will
need the innovative Roam
e-PASS account, where your number
plate is photographed as you travel past a
toll point and matched against your e-PASS
details. For more information call 13
TOLL (13 86 55) or go to their website
(click the link above)
informative series of new videos have
been made and are available to view on
the website of the
Motorcycle Council. Just go the
menu at the left of the homepage
and click on the "Rider Risk Videos"
There are also
links to providers of rider training
Council of NSW Website
M.A.R.I is a program developed at St Vincents
Hospital in Sydney.
It stands for Motorcycle Accident
Rehabilitation Initiative and was able to be
started after a generous donation from two
extraordinary human beings who happened to be
Extraordinarily, they have ridden the majority
of the world twice on their R50
They came home and wrote a book on their
adventures along with photos and sold it. The
money raised was then donated to the hospital
to get things rolling towards helping riders
This took place over the past 7 plus
Now we have representatives throughout
Australia helping riders that have passed
through the doors of an Emergency Department
and need medical assistance and a hand from a
fellow rider as
These days the M.A.R.I Team manage an off
shoot called the Dr Wings Bike
This group of individuals are volunteers
helping other riders with the guidance of the
MARI team and hospital staff throughout the
you would like to know more information on a
genuine Motorcyclists Charity check out
You can read more about its conception, how to
donate to MARI Australia Incorporated, or to
follow the adventures of its team
Australia, getting even more hospitals and
volunteers involved in Riders Caring for
Contact Details Australia Wide
First Contact for M.A.R.I and the Dr Wings
Mob: 0449 186 761
Donating to M.A.R.I.
donate to M.A.R.I. Australia, go to their
website and click on ‘Funds’ for instructions
on how to donate.
The Ulysses Club offers rebates for
Rider Training and First Aid courses
with a registered training organisation
can be paid only once within a three
year membership period to financial
are limited to 50% of the amount paid,
up to a maximum of $80 for rider
training and $60 for first aid.
Training rebates are only available to
licensed riders attending a road
safety and/or skills based advanced
Aid rebates are available on
completion of a senior first aid
certificate or motorcycle first responder
endorsement. A certificate of
completion plus evidence of payment by
the member is required.
claim forms are available on the