The Sydney city Harley ride was organised for our passengers from China. Due to the weather in Sydney, their plane was delayed. We were able to postpone our riders who picked them up at a later time.
Sydney Harbour Bridge
Our five Harley riders picked up our passengers from a restaurant in the city. Firstly, they rode through the city and over the Sydney Harbour Bridge. We ride over it so many times but above all, it is a view and an experience we never tire of. However, make sure you look up to see the arches in all their glory. They are wonderful to look at without the roof of a car blocking the view.
Blues Point Reserve
We like to take our passengers somewhere with a good backdrop to take photos. So they stopped at Blues Point for photos and to admire the view. It is a spectacular view across Sydney Harbour towards the Opera House and the CBD.
Lower North Shore
Next, they rode up into Neutral Bay, part of the lower North Shore of Sydney. It is interesting to see the shops but be careful what time of day you go. The main thoroughfare, Military Road, get extremely busy.
Mrs Macquarie’s Point
After that, they rode back over The Bridge to Mrs Macquarie’s Point. Another Sydney icon is Mrs Macquarie’s Chair but you can’t see it from the road. Depending on the tour you are doing, we can stop so you can do the quick walk to it. This route also takes you past the Art Gallery of New South Wales. It is a beautiful and imposing building.
However, time was up so our Harley riders dropped the passengers back at their hotel. In conclusion, the Sydney city Harley ride was a success. Our passengers saw many of the famous sights and enjoyed being on the back of a Harley. http://trolltours.com.au/tours-and-prices/