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Discussion in 'Welcome Lounge' started by Aaron McGrath, Aug 16, 2016.
Hello all - just got my L's and looking forward to doing some riding around Mudgee, NSW.
Welcome Aaron, You are not far from the Putty road and a lot of good riding roads. Once you are confident I am sure you will venture out that way and you may catch up with other Netriders in the area. Keep an eye on the NSW ride threads.
Welcome mate. Good spot of the world you're in!
Three words: Bylong. Valley. Way.
Although it is conductive to high velocities...
EDIT: forgot my favourite jaunt when I lived in Rylstone: the run from Ilford to Bathurst via Sofala. The Wyagdon twisties and the drop down into Sofala are sublime. Tight and Technical, the best way to have 'em.
congrats on the Ls
G'day and welcome, Aaron. Congratulations getting your ER6-NL; they're a great bike and one I considered when purchasing a LAMS model.
Welcome to the asylum mate
Love the Mudgee area
gday Aaron McGrath and welcome to NR - years ago I got drunk at the pub at Capertee, liked it so much I did it a few times
Welcome, Aaron. Many moons ago my late father was the Presbyterian minister at Coolah, and later a patient at Mudgee Hospital when his health took a turn for the worse. Love that area. I remember a very irresponsible uncle of ours taking my twin brother and myself for a high-speed trip from Mudgee to Coolah; we were in a Volkswagen Hatchback, and we sat on 100 miles per hour the whole way!!!!!
Welcome Aaron McGrath
Liked what?? The pub or getting drunk?
Anyways... Welcome to the forums..
His health didn't take a turn for the worse BECAUSE of the Mudgee hospital, did it?
Btw welcome Aaron McGrath , I'll look out for you and your Kwaka.
Welcome to the asylum!
Welcome to the forum mate
Welcome. Had a great weekend ride from Newcastle through Bathurst looping around Bylong Valley, Lake Windamere, Rylstone and Ilford. Happy travels.
Welcome to the crazy house! They're better riders than poets here congrats on the license and let the games begin!