Rides & Social Events
Rides & Social Events

Ray S will lead this Kulin Overnighter to the Tin Horse Highway. We will ride to Kulin via Corrigin on 18th Saturday, stopping at the Tin Horses on the west side of town. Accommodation at the Kulin Hotel (Ph 9880 1201) or the Caravan Park (no need to book and you pay what you think is fair – but tent sites are not grassed) We will have a meal at the Hotel Sat night. Sunday morning, stopping at the Tin Horses on the west side of town, and a visit to Lake Jilakin, then return ride via Wickepin / Cuballing.

  • Sat 18 – Sun 19th August - Kulin Tin Horse Highway weekender, accommodation available at Kulin Hotel/Motel:
    • Twin share rooms $125 two, $150 three (double bed and a single with ensuite) – you gotta be game for an eternal triangle but hey, some of us are up for it!.
    • Motel rooms single $55 or $82 for two people.
    • Queen rooms available $65 and $82 for extra person.

Phone Paul on (08) 9880 1201 for more details and to make your own bookings.


    • There is a caravan park available in town (Council run) for allegedly free or for a donation. Don’t think there’s any need to book for this but there’s apparently no grass for tents.


  • We will leave from the rear of Dome in Kelmscott at  9am Saturday 18th, travelling up via Cunderdin, visiting the horses on the west side of town, then meeting for a meal at the pub that night (optional).
  • Sunday morning we will be visiting the horses on the east side of town and the lake lookout, then returning via a different route.
  • Phone Paul and make your own bookings, just let me know if you are going to this weekend.

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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