Hi fellow Netridians. Had my first session at St Kilda BP today (Sat 29 June). Not sure of the numbers, but I'd guess about 25 riders, and of all levels of skill, from very recent learners to experienced girls and guys. First test is to figure out how to get into the carpark - I'm not telling you how, you'll have to find out for yourself. Anyway, it was a great way to say g'day to all fellow riders, and have a look at the wheels, gear, and get some riding ideas. Bikes were of the sporty variety, where are all you cruisers? Too cold this morning? Witches hats were positioned and most of us jumped on our steeds and had fun ducking, weaving and twisting around the course. A few tips were provided by the experienced ones. Started at 10am and you can leave when you need. Great for networking. Give it a go! I then rode out to the Peter Stevens in Ringwood to view the opening. There were a few more people there, and many more cruisers of the HD variety. Big sales on, but having been to the old and new locations, I could not see the 20 to 50% off in the items I looked at. I parked down the side of the establishment in my humble little GS500F. When I was about to leave, a fellow two wheeler started his machine - rattled like thunder, to the point when, after turning mine on, I had to grab the bar to fee the vibrations as I could not hear my little sewing machine! I'm still vibrations now! Anyway, I had a great day on my bike even though I only rode about 90km. How was your great bike day?