Congregation Events 2018

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AFTERNOON DELIGHT – 70km Loop – route sheet
AFTERNOON DELIGHT – 70km Loop – GPX files

 

GREEN VALLEY TO VINCE STRANG MOTORCYCLES – route sheet
GREEN VALLEY TO VINCE STRANG MOTORCYCLES – GPX files

 

WE WILL NOT BE DOWNLOADING LOOP INFORMATION AT
GREEN VALLEY FARM.

 

Event schedule
15 Sep 2018*

NOTE: All visitors MUST register and sign the disclaimer at the front gate before entering the venue.

Riders can collect their meal tickets as they sign in.

Please download your free ride loop from the above Adventure Riders Congregation 2018 – Loop.

Friday, September 14
6.00pm to 8.30pm – Dinner (present your tickets at the food-and-drinks tent)

Saturday, September 15
7.00am to 9.00am – Breakfast (present your tickets)

9.30am to 10.30am – Adventure Rider skills demonstration by Miles Davis

12.00 noon to 2.00pm – Lunch is available at the kiosk near the main gardens

2.00pm to 2.45pm- DR650/DR-Z400 bike maintenance Q&A with Vince Strang

3.00pm to 5.00pm – Adventure Challenge (Gymkhana)

5.30pm to 6.30pm – Ride experience talks by special guests

6.30pm to 8.30pm – Dinner, drinks and presentations

Sunday, September 16
7.00am to 9.00am – Breakfast (present your tickets)

12.00 noon – Event closes, but all visitors are more than welcome to stick around

*Please note this schedule is a guide and subject to change at organiser’s discretion

 

 

 

Northern – Green Valley Farm. Tingha, near Armidale, NSW. September 15, 2018

After the success of the past two years the Congregation could hardly go anywhere else.

Kathy and the Vickery family are geared up and ready and taking bookings now. Give them a call on (02) 6723 3370, or email on [email protected] to register and lock in your cabin or campsite. Remember, you must register with Green Valley Farm before the event to attend.

There’s a lot of details being sorted out because 2018 is going to be the biggest and best Congregation yet. Right now though, we know the cost of camping and dinner is $40 per night, same as last year.

The Green Valley Farm website has stacks of info and pics about the venue. Log on to http://www.greenvalleyfarm.com.au/ for directions on how to get there and a rundown on the facilities and riding.

When we have a programme we’ll post the information here, but expect the skills demos and Q&As from high-profile riders as there’s been in years past, along with a few new activities that should keep everyone on their toes…or at least on their bums around the campfires enjoying themselves.

We have a cracker, 70km scenic loop for those who want to ride it. Thanks to DualSport Australia it’s a scenic bitumen/dirt road cruise that will suit bike and riders of all types and skill levels.

Due to the commitment to the Tingha Congregation there won’t be a Victorian or West Australian event this year.

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