Day 1 The trip started out on a beautiful Easter Friday morning plenty of sunshine and nice warm tooâ€¦inside the support vehicle (the Mighty Maroon Mitsubishi Magna). After waiting at Joes until about 10:30ish to see if any day trippers would turn we set off up the east coast. The first thing that immediately made me realise how much I wanted to be on the zephyr (which was in bits awaiting a much needed rear sprocket) was how much more difficult it was to get the magna past all the bloody campvans/carvans/general dumb tourists who donâ€™t realise that if you want to look at the scenery pull to the side of the road and let me the bloody hell past :blah: The second was that other bikes donâ€™t make â€œthereâ€™s a speed camera up aheadâ€ signals to you when you're in a car probable 120 in a 100 zone ticket for me ïŒ Eventually made it past the traffic to the Famed Lake Leake Road where my duty as camera biatch came into play (photos). After lunch at Kalangadoo (mmmmm chicken burger) it was time to head on. Drinking a $1.90 latte in the magna Baz (R6) and Woody (ZX6) soon disappeared into the distance, only to be seen waiting down the road at the next turn off. Quick trip up the boreway to the fingal road. Eventually on to Elephant pass pancakes where a couple on a goldwing were laughed at (seriously who would have heated seats, intercom, 6 stacker CD player, probably an inbuilt arse massagerâ€¦Iâ€™ld prefer to be in my carâ€¦which sadly I still was as it had not magically changed into a motorbike yet). Down St Maryâ€™s pass \/ and onto St Helens, were someone thought it would be a good idea to buy some absinthe and energy drink cans to see what they tasted like :? On the way to the camp site we finally met up with the mysterious Jason on his old clapper (81 GSX, anything that leaks fuel and had to be push started deserves to be called an old clapper). Set up camp. Much merriment was had. In bed/passed out by 12.