For Sydney Northern Beaches Riders: I rode on Liberator General San Martin Drive today (Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park). All Toll Booths were unmanned (at about 4:30pm). From Terrey Hills Toll Booth to Illawong Bay Booth, was pleasant. I took it easy because it was my first time. From Illawong Bay to Akuna Bay Gates was also nice. From Akuna Bay to West Head Road Gate really sux because it was so bumpy and rough for a beginner like me. I hoped I didn't push my Spada's suspension to the limit. I did a U-turn at the Toll Booth and headed back the other way. The two 15km/hr up-hill corners just past Illawong Bay (heading back to Terrey Hills) were challenging. There were many other curves that I liked and hope I can improve on. I am glad that I did not have to pay $11 today. I hope that next time I visit these roads, the Toll Booths will be unmanned again. I hope to ride along Cottage Point Road and to the end of West Head Road. PS: McCarr Creek Road has a branch sticking out when you head towards Church Point. Heading past the Ku-Ring-Gai Chase Park turn off, about 2km I think. I think the branch is on the second or third 35km/h bend????? It won't bother most riders cos they can lean lower enough to duck under the branch. Otherwise, just duck your head like I did (if you're a beginner like me) and the leaves will just brush your helmet. The 4WD or SUV must hit this branch each time, I think.