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Destination: Kenilworth via The Place 2 Be Cafe

Ride Leader: Budgie

Question: What has 28 Wheels and 38 Legs?

Answer: The Sunday Ride Group to Kenilworth!

We had a great turn up on the morning of April 24, with 14 riders and 5 pillions representing both Redcliffe and Northern Gateway Ulysses Branches.

I greeted the group met at McDonalds Kallangur at 08:00 and briefed everyone on the planned route which was out through Petrie, to Dayboro and over Mt. Mee to Delaney's Creek where we stopped for a light breakfast, coffee and a stretch at The Place 2 Be café. 

As always, hospitality at TP2B was outstanding.

After some tall stories and refreshments the group continued on the days ride, heading out to the D'Agular Highway and turning west towards Woodford, where we made a right turn onto the Kilcoy-Beerwah Road, then left onto The Maleny-Stanley River road.

The day was clear and warm, with little breeze. Perfect riding weather made all the more special as we passed through Maleny and Connondale and onto our lunchtime destination: Kenilworth.

After parking our bikes near the Cheese factory, we relaxed in the park while having a bite to eat. Later we went for a meander through the town centre and stumbled across a Hot Rod and Custom Car show. 

Unfortunately, there were no bikes on display, so we headed back to where our bikes were parked and started our homeward bound stretch along the Obi Obi Road to Mapelton, on to Montville and down through Landsborough to the Bruce Highway

It was an great days riding with a great bunch of people,with everyone arriving home safely after our 250km round trip

As usual until we meet again, stay safe, keep the shiny side up, and always remember

"Grow old Disgracefully"


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