Rides & Social Events
Rides & Social Events


As you may all be aware The Happy Chappy Ride took place on July 4th and was a great success. A detailed review is available on our Facebook site.

If you would like to make a donation then please use the first link below that will take you to the relevant donation web site. The second link relates to the Happy Chappy song on You Tube writen by David and Joy' son before his passing.






For those that attended the club meeting meeting on Thursday 1st March you would be aware of this charity ride that was introduced by Keith W. Otherwise please read the attached file below for all the information.

Armadale Heritage has committed to hosting the ride portion from Lesmurdie to Byford on Wednesday 4th July. Keith W will lead  the ride initially leaving from our Jull Street start point at 8.00am arriving at 95 Grove Road Lesmurdie for an 8.45am departure from this point. The ride will then continue to the Byford Bakery. From the bakery the ride will continue to Mandurah arriving at 12.00 noon where we will proceed to the Sunbreakers Restaurant located at 110 Mandurah Terrace, Mandurah. The restaurant has seating for 130 people and a meal will be supplied with a cost of $40.00, this will allow a portion to be a direct donation for the ride. You are free to join the ride at any point and you don't have to attend the luncheon however a $10.00 donation to support the event would be appreciated and can be paid on the day.

Tickets for the luncheon event ($40.00) are still available and can be obtained by contacting Keith W or sending an email to Richard B.


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About our Rides



From 1st of Aug 2018 new start location Rear carpark of Dome in Kelmscott. 



Please review the Ride Calendar for Sunday ride start times, if a pre planned ride is not listed for that particular Sunday then the start time will be 9.00am for a decision on the day. Everybody is welcome. We are a very relaxed and friendly group at Armadale.

Below Suggestions for new riders, Also see Branch ride Guides in documents.


One of the biggest risk factors for those new to a group is feeling the need to keep up with faster riders. Stretching your comfort zone by trying to keep up may put you at risk. You should be able to ride near the speed limit (up to 100 -110kph on open roads) but there is no need to keep up if a gap is created; TEC (Tail End Charlie) will not overtake you and the corner markers will wait until TEC comes through, Don’t panic - resist the feeling of being pressured.

Above all, don’t speed trying to catch up!

Ulysses Club