Isabelle + Paris 15.02.20 – competition trike transfer prize

We are a competition trike transfer prize! The best prize you could win in a competition, unless of course you won a week at Bora Bora! 🤣 The prize was a trike pick up for two people from a prearranged destination. This happened to be from their home in the Northern Beaches. The other part of their prize were tickets to the Queen Concert at Olympic Park. It was our job to get the passengers there in time for the concert. We also reckon we have to give them a fun time on the way – which we do! It will be a night they will never forget.

northern beaches

Steve, our trike rider, picked Isabelle + Paris up on time from their home. He rode them through some of the northern beaches suburbs and the lower north shore. Balgowlah is one of the northern beaches suburbs they rode through. It was named in 1832 after an Aboriginal word meaning north harbour in reference to its position from Port Jackson. In the early days of European Settlement it had been known as Little Manly. Sir Edmund Barton, Australia’s first prime minister, resided in the Balgowlah building known as Whitehall in White Street.

Spit Bridge

Then they continued over the Spit Bridge. The view going down the hill to the bridge is really spectacular. Riding along the bridge is also scenic, looking towards Middle Harbour. It’s not far from the Sydney Harbour Heads. Then it was through the lower north shore suburbs of Mosman, Cremorne and Neutral Bay.

Next, it was a fabulous ride south over the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge. As we always say, make sure you look around at the amazing structure, you’ll never get a better view than on a Harley or trike – without a roof and four walls surrounding you.

ANZAC Bridge

After that, it was on the fly over (Western Distributor) and onto the ANZAC Bridge. We love the ANZAC Bridge, it really is a wonderful design. It is very open with great views of Blackwattle Bay or Jones Bay, depending on which lane and which direction you are on.

Continuing on, they rode into the inner western suburbs. Balmain, Rozelle and Drummoyne are some of the oldest suburbs in Sydney. The Gladesville Bridge is another of our favourite bridges. When it was completed in 1964, Gladesville Bridge was the longest single span concrete arch ever constructed. Not far now until they reached their destination. Riding further west, along Silverwater Road, they arrived at Sydney Olympic Park for their next prize. The Queen & Adam Lambert -The Rhapsody Tour.

The competition trike transfer prize was a huge success, at least our part of the prize was. We have no doubt the concert was great also.