Great Southern Motorcycles Frankland River Vinduro 21-22 March 2020

Date:                    Saturday/Sunday 21-22 Mar 2020, subject to weather conditions

Location:             5222 Yerminup Rd, Frankland River.  Thanks to Grant Warburton for the use of his property.

Sponsors:            Great Southern Motorcycles, 19/21 Chester Pass Rd, Albany WA 6330 .

How to get there: look for signs and black arrows with orange background

Perth:    Albany H’way to Kojonup, turn right onto Blackwood Rd (becomes the Kojonup/Boyup Brook Rd) turn left (approx. 6.7km) onto Konjonup-Frankland Rd (approx. 48km) turn left onto Yerminup Rd (6km) turn left into property approx. 2.7kms.

Mt Barker:  From the northern roundabout travel approx. 16.3km, turn left onto Martagallup Rd, travel approx. 15.1kms becomes Stockyard Rd, another 19.4kms turn left onto Frankland-Cranbrook Rd 16.7km continue onto Wingebellup Rd, 6.4km turn right onto Frankland-Kojonup Rd, 17.6kms turn right onto Yerminup Rd turn left into property approx. 2.7km.

Boyup Brook:  turn right onto Boyup Brook-Kojonup Rd travel approx. 12.5km, turn right onto Boyup Brook Cranbrook Rd travel approx. 46.5kms, continue onto Wingebellup Rd for another 15.5kms, turn left onto Unicup Rd approx. 2.6kms turn right onto Bokerup Rd, approx. 15.4kms turn left onto Frankland-Kojonup Rd 7.1kms turn right onto Yerminup Rd 2.7kms turn left onto property.

Bikes:  All adults must ride a pre1995 bike.  If unsure whether your bike qualifies please contact the club to ensure your bike qualifies, we do not like turning people away, but will do.  The bikes do not have to be licenced, so you can ride an MX or enduro model.  Juniors (15yrs and under) may ride a modern bike.  Modern bikes are allowed for safety staff (CoC, sweeps etc)

Bike Safety:  Bikes maybe scrutineered please ensure the following:

Handlebar ends are block and handlebars have a bar pad.  Check all wheel, Head stem and swing arm bearings.  Check for tight wheel spokes.  Brakes all work correctly.  Ensure all nuts and bolts tight.  Carby return spring works correctly.  All cables oiled and working correctly.

Membership:  Membership can be obtained Online through Ridersnet.  Follow the link on the club website http://vindurowa.com/memberships/ .  Total cost of membership $70.00

Attendees:  Must be members of VinduroWA by either purchasing a one event membership (once only) $20.00 or full membership $70.00, juniors (15yrs and under) receive a free one event club membership.

Event Fees

Non-Motorcycling Australia Licence Holders, $55.00, Juniors $25.00

Motorcycling Australia Licence Holders, $40.00 for Juniors $10.00

Dress Requirements:  Approved helmet, long sleeve shirt, long pants, riding boots, gloves, goggles

Event:  Non Competitive enduro on an approx 15km long loop.   Sign on from 12pm Saturday with the loop opening approx 1.30pm and closing approx. 4.30pm.  Sunday sign on from 8am, loop opening 9am and closing approx 2.30pm. Only staff are allowed on the loop prior to opening.  You can ride Saturday and Sunday or just on one day.  As this is a non-competitive event you can sign on any time after the registered times.  All personnel will be given a safety brief prior to entering the loop for the first time.

Clean up required at the end of the event

Juniors:  Must be accompanied by an adult whilst on the loop.

Saturday night: Club will provide Grant’s world famousHot lamb rolls with gravy.  Club BBQ also available. 

Camping allowed

Toilets available

BYO water

NO DOGS, DO NOT BRING A DOG YOU WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE

Medical:

Please ensure you have ambulance cover

First response by club qualified first aiders

All riders are reminded they need to have ambulance cover in case of injury.

Kojonup Hospital 9831 2222

Ambulance 000

Leave your politics on the road, bring a sense of humour, enjoy the fun and make any criticism constructive

Membership payments go online

The VinduroWA committee has agreed to take our membership database and payments online. After reviewing several online systems the committee agreed to go with the Motorcycling Australia system Ridernet. The idea behind making the move to an online environment was to simplify the process of making payments, centralise member details, and provide online access to members for digital membership cards.

To help members with this we have updated our Memberships page with some screen shots to guide you through the process – not that you really need it, but just in case …

There is a cost involved with using Ridernet for online member payments, but the committee agreed to absorb these costs into the membership fee so that members will still only pay the agreed fee of $70.00 per year.

Haven’t signed up yet for 2020 – test Ridernet out now and complete your membership ready for an awesome season of riding!