After a rather unusual 2020 it is nice to get back to a fairly normal year.
We have been having regular rides all year and most of the activity is posted on our Facebook page (7) CMA Tasmania | Facebook.
If you want to be added to our email list please contact us via the contact form.
The AGM will be held at Lucas Hotel Latrobe at 4.30 18 July with a meal to follow (subject to booking confirmation).
10.30 Depart Burnie Yacht Club
11.15 Depart Homemakers Devonport
12.00 Lunch at Sheffield
Riding back via Paloona
1.45 Afternoon tea at Turners Beach: Berry Patch
Richie is the ride leader
If the weather is bad there will be no run.
Check Facebook on the day for updates or contact Richie on the day
There’s an opportunity coming up for a number of CMA members to stay
in a home within 20 mins of the track at the MotoGP on Phillip Island this
Some very generous CMA members have offered the use of their home,
for a donation toward our Bikes for Pastors Appeal. (eg. $50 per night)
The home is available on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights (25-27
2 rooms have a double bed, 2 other rooms have bunks and a trundle
bed, and there’s room for a swag or two as well
You may prefer to stay just 1 night, or all 3 nights – it’s up to you
ps. The main race is on the Sunday afternoon, so keep that in mind (and
book your track tickets if you plan to go to the race)
Register your interest –
Let me know asap if you’re interested, so we can put a bed aside for you
(early bird BIKER gets the worm FLOOR SPACE)
0414 545 403
Post Ride CMA National 2019 – Monday 21st – Friday 25th October
This is Victoria’s inaugural Post Run and we plan to ride you around the hills and through the beautiful country side. We will visit some interesting country towns plus check out some places of interest. Our ride days are not long in distance because we want you to enjoy the country sights and have time to wander around the country towns. At night we will dine at local pubs and for those who are interested a continental breakfast or a hot breakfast will be available.
Please make you own booking at each Caravan Park. They all have many cabins (ensuite and non ensuite) and some have extra rooms, so make your own arrangements to share with others. Please state that you are with a group booking for CMA. If caravan park accommodation does not suit you, please be free to make your arrangements. You can also exit at any time. The ‘Post Run’ will conclude at Bairnsdale Friday morning 25th October with many options for travelers to continue their journey i.e. Phillip Island for Grand Prix, up via the coast to Sydney, down through to Melbourne or back over the mountains to Mt Hotham or Albury. Please make your Booking ASAP to guarantee availability of accommodation
Monday 21st October leave Anglesea (264 kms – 3 hrs 35min ride) Travel via Gisborne to Yea Places of interest (Mt Macedon monument) Overnight Yea Riverside Caravan Park ph 03 5797 2972 (preference for minimum 2 nights stay)
Tuesday 22nd October – leave Yea (221 km – 3 hrs 15min ride) Travel via Kinglake, Healesville, Marysville, Eildon Places of interest (Marysville Steavenson Falls – 10km ret , Eildon dam wall) Overnight Yea Riverside Caravan Park
Wednesday 23rd October – leave Yea (257 km – 3 hrs 35min ride) Travel via Mansfield, Tolmie to Beechworth Places of interest (Powers Look out, Woolshed Falls 12km ret) Overnight Beechworth Holiday Park ph 03 5728 1597
Thursday 24th October – leave Beechworth (320 km – 5hrs ride) Travel via Mt Stanley, Mt Beauty, Falls Creek, Rocky Valley Dam, Omeo Overnight Bairnsdale Riverside Caravan Park ph 03 5152 4654