A one day guided tour will cost Associate Rates Rental Fee + Fuel for the motorcycle your guide rides.
Multiple day guided tours will cost Associate Rates Rental fee + fuel + accommodation for your guide. (Includes us organising itinerary, routes and destinations in consultation with you and SCM will make all relevant bookings looking at budget to plush lodgings, whatever you decide). A deposit is required to commence this service, non-refundable if you cancel once proceedings do commence.
Some of my favourite rides are: (intermediate to advanced riders).
You can go your own way or take a guided tour.
Ride (not race) to the Tathra Wharf Local. Shrouded in mystery, history and victory. Built in the 1800's for the regions farmers to export their wares, extending in 1912 to include yards and watering troughs for stock and In 1914 it was the place for an emotional farewell for the district’s soldiers as they went off to the First World War. Commercial shipping waned in the 1950's and the iconic Tathra Wharf became The Local Coffee Bar, Museum and Gallery. Stop over at the Tathra Beachside Holiday park for a few days to take in all the far South Coast has to offer!
Shine Your Light
Guide this sailor back to shore. See 3 lighthouses in one day! Across the Seacliff Bridge, loop around and on the way back stop at the Flagstaff Point Lighthouse (Wollongong Head) for an icecream, then down through to Kiama lighthouse, the kiama blowhole, along the Kiama Bends and out to Point Perpendicular before returning your weary sea legs back to shore.
Picture perfect villages stooped in heritage nestle between green rolling hills, forest reserves, spectacular waterfalls and sprawling
national parks, boutique wineries and natural wonders have attracted visitors to this region for more than 140 years. A ride through the Southern Highlands wouldn't be complete without a Stop at the famous Robertson pie shop. Take the scenic route back down through the spectacular Kangaroo Valley.
The Snowy Monaro
Up the Bega Pass and into spectacular snow country. The landscape transforms here like riding through a postcard. Ancient valleys, breathtaking views, winding through some of the most beautiful rides Australia has to offer. Stop over at the Kookaburra Lodge and meet up with our friend Lee (Ducati enthusiast) and if you're lucky he might even take you for a spin and a closer look at this truly amazing country!
Escaping to the country is a great way to unwind and rest in our hectic world. The Southern Tablelands is a country location known for its 'tapestry of colour' fields, where you can recharge and enjoy the simple life, but what's on offer is anything but simple. A slightly challenging ride with lots of good corners, not a major highway so should have a good surface and not a lot of traffic for a few days escape.
Visit and discover country living!
Great Western Plains
The elegant town of Mudgee is on the banks of the Cudgegong River. Its rich pastoral history of the colonial gold rush era is reflected in the tree-lined heritage streetscapes. A short ride north is Gulgong, a colonial gold mining town with about 130 heritage-listed buildings, including Australia’s oldest operating opera house. The pretty villages of Rylstone and Kandos sit on the edge of the World Heritage-listed Wollemi National Park. It’s the home of the endangered Wollemi pine, dubbed the dinosaur tree because of its prehistoric lineage. They are also the gateway to the second-largest canyon in the world, the Capertee Valley (which is one kilometre wider than the Grand Canyon). A worthy ride to tick off the list and a fascinating region to discover!
Top 3 Favourite Rides #1
These 3 rides expose you to some of the best motorcycling roads in Australia, giving you a great opportunity to recapture and hone your skills, while enjoying wonderful scenery, masses of fresh air and bountiful Good Tucker, Coffee and Beer (One of which may relax you, and may help you find your rhythm and line better, but please no more, Motorcycling is dangerous, slow reflexes kill, and we would like you to survive your ride). We need the return business. (HaHa).
Sussex – Kangaroo Valley – Bundanoon – Goulburn – Tarago – Braidwood – Nelligen – Batemans Bay – Ulladulla – Sussex. Around 400kms and its got it all, plenty of sweeping bends, hairpins, back roads, open road and finishes off with a leisurely ride back up the Princes Highway. Plenty of choices for a good feed, coffee or a cold beer as well!
Top 3 Favourite Rides #2
Sussex – Kangaroo Valley – Robertson – down Macquarie Pass to Albion Park, chuck a Uey at Albion Park and head straight back up Macquarie Pass to Robertson, scenic ride over the highlands then descending back into and ascending out of Kangaroo Valley then descending again back down to Nowra and home to Sussex. Probably around 250kms, 200kms of which with an abundance of weaving winding roads, tight bends, hairpins and a little bit of open road.
Again plenty of choices for food coffee and/or a cold beer.
Top 3 Favourite Rides #3
Sussex – Kangaroo Valley – Robertson – Albion Park – Jamberoo (possible lunch and a beer at the Jamberoo Hotel) – Kiama Bends – Gerringong – Shoalhaven Heads – Nowra – Sussex. Approx. 240kms, again lots of bends, tight corners and hairpins getting up and then into and out of Kangaroo Valley, scenic run to Robertson, more tight bends through Macquarie pass, sweeping bends and open road to Albion Park, more sweeping bends through to Jamberoo and Kiama, finishing up with a quick run through the famous Kiama Bends and a casual coastal cruise home through Gerringong, Shoalhaven Heads, out to Nowra and back to Sussex.
Haven't ridden for a while? That's okay...
Or Heading North
Head south on the Highway from Sussex to Batemans Bay, Mogo or Tilba Tilba for lunch. The Highway is not too demanding, it’s in reasonably good condition, there are plenty of sweeping bends, you will get the feel for riding again whilst enjoying lots of great coastal country scenery.
(like Horse Head Rock Wallaga Lake)
You can plan your own ride, or get on a bike and head off choosing direction as you go. Whether you go left or right at the Highway from Sussex Inlet you won’t be disappointed.
Head North up to Huskisson for coffee, then up along the southern edge of Jervis Bay to beautiful Green Patch then on to Murrays Beach the southern point of the entrance of Jervis Bay. Relaxing enjoyable ride with the option of Lunch at beautiful Husky on the way home.
Come join us for a ride,
along the countryside.
Use your imagination or
follow our inspiration.
We hope you have a ball
and get to experience it all!