Andrew and Sue wanted to do something fun and different. They organised the north east Harley tour with us. This means we rode them around the north shore suburbs and the eastern suburbs.
Freshwater, Queenscliff + Manly
Our Harley riders, Yogi and Tony picked them up from Freshwater on the northern beaches. Firstly, they headed down the waterfront at Queenscliff to Manly. They rode along the beach front then through to Fairlight.
Next, they rode across the rare/unusual Spit bridge and down to posh Balmoral Beach. It is a lovely area. Continuing on, they rode past Taronga Zoo to Bradley’s Head for a stop – to stretch and take photos. As you ride past the zoo, make sure you look for the koalas. We often see them eating and sleeping.
Sydney Harbour Bridge + Finger Wharf
Following the back streets of Cremorne and Neutral Bay they came to North Sydney and the Harbour Bridge. So, they rode over the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge and down through Woolloomooloo. This took them past Finger Wharf and the iconic Harry’s Cafe De Wheels.
posh eastern suburbs
This led up to the infamous Kings Cross, where they stopped in the main strip for a look. It is so much tamer than it was in its heyday in the 1960s-70s. Then on New South Head Road, they rode through the posh eastern suburbs of Double Bay, Rushcutters Bay and Rose Bay.
Of course, it is imperative to visit Bondi Beach. An almost obligatory stop is at the Bondi lifeguard tower. It was made famous by the TV series ‘Bondi Rescue’. After that, it was a ride down Oxford St to the City. However, time was up so they rode to Circular Quay for the drop off.
In conclusion, the north east Harley tour was a huge success.
Sue wrote: “The Harley riders were great and we had a fantastic time. I will write a proper review as soon as I get time”.