From Sydney, I headed north to Beaudesert, which isn’t far from Brisbane. I had some route recommendations which turned out to be great…some nice paved roads, with a good amount of dirt added into the mix, and even a few river crossings.
Here’s a bunch of pictures from the three days of riding up to Beaudesert.
And a little video of some of the riding
On the way, I stopped by the Tamworth Motorcycle Museum, which is a private collection of over 50 bikes. And you better believe I took a few pictures.
2001 Ducati, hand built, to commemorate the late Mike Hailwood. The bike is a bit of a controversial one, as Ducati never had permission from the Estate of Mike Hailwood to build them
1974 Ducati 750 – a very limited number were produced, and only 5 ended up in Australia
1974 Norton 850 – only 300 of these hideous beasts were produced.
1956 Ducati 125cc
A 76 Suzuki with a rotary engine. Originally registered in Iowa, later put into a Rotary Motorcycle museum in Ohio in the mid80s, moved to Tennessee in 2010, and shortly after made it’s way to Australia
2000 MV Agusta F4 – 300 were made, this is #206