Robert contacted us to organise a surprise 60th trike transfer for his wife. Fiona is turning 60 and Robert wanted to celebrate in style. We sorted out a route he was happy with and we put the plan into action.
Our trike rider Craig, picked Robert and Fiona up from home on the Northern Beaches. Firstly, they rode along the major thoroughfare of Mona Vale Road. This leads to the suburb of Terry Hills. Continuing on, they rode down Mccarrs Creek Road, stopping at Mccarrs Creek for a photo. This area overlooks Scotland Island which is full of artists.
For instance, Scotland Island is a thriving, vibrant and welcoming community situated in the Pittwater estuary. In addition, around 1000 people live here, some as weekenders, others as permanent residents.
Accessed by water only, the island is a refuge for natural forests, bushland reserves and native animals.
After that, a stretch and a photo shoot, they then continued on to Church Point. However, this was their drop off point. Fiona and Robert were going to enjoy a relaxing, celebratory night away from reality.
the surprise 60th trike transfer was a huge success
In conclusion, the surprise 60th trike transfer was a huge success. Fiona (and Robert) loved the whole experience. Importantly, our Harley and trike tours and rides are not necessarily a one off. We have many repeat customers, once again or many times over.
Church Point is roughly 40 kms north of Sydney CBD. It is part of the beautiful Northern Beaches area.
Terrey Hills is a very leafy suburb and in some areas semi-rural, with many people boarding their horses in the area. Moreover, Terrey Hills owes its name to the two original land holders Samuel Hills and Obediah James Terrey. Similarly, Obediah Terrey acquired 640 acres (2.6 km2) in 1881 and Samuel Hills owned 100 acres (0.40 km2) nearby.