TribalMoto Travels: Day 6 - Mt Panorama and Tamworth...

Day 6 - Mount Panorama, telephones in Tamworth oh, and apparently a Country Music Festival! Well OH was certainly up and...
Day 6 - Mount Panorama, telephones in Tamworth oh, and apparently a Country Music Festival! Well OH was certainly up and at'em like a happy little vegemite this morning. With Mt Panorama glistening like a beacon in the morning FROST, off we popped, fully packed and a hot brekky in our bellies thanks to the KnickerBocker hotel. Pretty sure this part of the leg I had no say in. For most men and a lot of women, this mountain holds great interest....
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TribalMoto Travels: Day 5 - bits, bumps and breaks -...

The focus on today's trip from Batemans Bay to Bathurst included bits, bumps and breaks. If only I'd known what the day would bring.....every emotion under the sun, and a couple more I didn't know existed ;)

Batemans Bay, Braidwood, Goulburn and Bathurst Oh if only I'd known what today would bring.....every emotion under the sun, and a couple more I didn't know existed lol We set off early - super organised and pumped to ride over the Clyde Mountain, which we'd both done before in cars, but never on motorbikes.  As we pottered around Batemans Bay looking at old haunts, stopping for obligatory pics then over the new bridge, we realised this morning was a tad...
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TribalMoto Travels: Day 4 - Chasing the Sun. Sale to...

Oh my aching everything...... lol Undoubtedly from gripping the handlebars for dear life yesterday, today I ache lol The butt...
Oh my aching everything...... lol Undoubtedly from gripping the handlebars for dear life yesterday, today I ache lol The butt is also sore, so let's hope the Air Hawk does its job. We had a great sleep at the Matador in Sale. As we shared a red wine and had a handlful of easter eggs for dinner (thanks to the courtesy bowl at reception), I was looking forward to brekky! I'm quite proud of my pretty amazing ham and cheese...
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TribalMoto Travels : Day 3 - Racing the rain and kan...

DAY THREE - RACING THE RAIN Today we left fairly late from Rosebud, heading to Wilsons Promontory, then onto Sale....
DAY THREE - RACING THE RAIN Today we left fairly late from Rosebud, heading to Wilsons Promontory, then onto Sale. This was not our original plan! From Rosebud, Andy headed to meet his brother (who also rides) early, so I had a chance to pack the bike myself before heading off to meet him at the cafe. I ride by myself all the time, but packing my panniers and top bag, chucking on my rain gear and saying farewell to...
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TribalMoto Travels: Day 2 Riding the wind

What a rush today was, catching the ferry from Queenscliff to Sorento, then riding (or being pushed by the gale...
What a rush today was, catching the ferry from Queenscliff to Sorento, then riding (or being pushed by the gale force winds) over Arthurs Seat to Rosebud.   A quick carb load brekky (white stuff) at the newly opened Eden Oak and we were off to catch the ferry. This exciting little trip takes around 45 minutes. When booking, we were 'advised' to stay with our bikes as the departure and arrival can be fairly bumpy. Of course, I was...
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TribalMoto Travels: Day one - riding the Great Ocean...

Before I get into day one..... check out this quick video of the Great Ocean Road ride, taken with our...
Before I get into day one..... check out this quick video of the Great Ocean Road ride, taken with our new Insta360. You can watch our videos and subscribe at TribalMoto Travels. These videos let you scroll around and view the full 360 degrees around the bike...give it a try!    PACKED TO THE RAFTERS! As I carried my bags out of the Airport Terminal my first thought was, how the hell am I going to carry all this on the...
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TribalMoto's Triumphant Transition - from Street Tri...

When other half (OH) suggested we get a cruiser to share I was nervous to say the least. I'm 5"2 and constantly learning on my Street Triple 660. Always searching for the best place to plant my tippy toes.
When other half (OH) suggested we get a cruiser to share I was nervous to say the least. I'm 5"2 and constantly learning on my Street Triple 660. Always searching for the best place to plant my tippy toes.   BEST DECISION WE EVER MADE  We did our research and a standout bike that would suit us both was the Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster. Low. Manoeuvrable. Sexy. There was one available with mid range controls, so OH picked it up in Melbourne and...
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Riding with Mateoh

On the 8 March 2022 I was lucky enough to join Mateoh, his family and a small, amazing group of people to grant his wish. To ride on a motorbike.
It's time to ride!!!!! Helmets on and safely tucked into a cool side car, you couldn't wipe the smile of the face of this gorgeous little 5 year old, who is in the fight of his life battling a rare condition called Chronic Granulomatous Disorder (CGD).  On the 8 March 2022 I was lucky enough to join Mateoh, his family and an amazing group of fellow motorbike riders, including ECFR members, to make his wish come true....to ride on a motorbike. To help...
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TribalMoto's special Christmas delivery

I joined the Gold Coast East Coast Female Riders in delivering gifts to the RizeUp appeal, which supports women and children affected by domestic violence on Christmas Day. We delivered a sneaky gift to our GC Coordinator too....
On Sunday 19 December, I joined the Gold Coast East Coast Female Riders in delivering gifts to the RizeUp appeal, which supports women and children affected by domestic violence on Christmas Day. Before reaching our destination, my gift traveled pillion with me, holding on tight to its own delivery - a Christmas gift for our own amazing ECFR coordinator, of a special TribalMoto designed top that included a guardian lioness, gently protecting a pink helmet, which represented her tribe. She...
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Helping identify BloodBikes Australia Volunteers

In addition to stickers, TribalMoto is proud to be supplying the following products that help identify BloodBikes Australia volunteers: tees...
In addition to stickers, TribalMoto is proud to be supplying the following products that help identify BloodBikes Australia volunteers: tees in a variety of colours that include a large BBA logo on the back and a small logo on the pocket, for men and women neck snoods great tote bags made of thick cotton, great for picking up and transporting hard to carry items!  Volunteers who require access to purchase the collection can contact us directly or their local co-ordinator....
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Paying it forward through BloodBikes Australia

We all have a chance to give back, or pay it forward.  I'm personally very proud to be a volunteer...
We all have a chance to give back, or pay it forward.  I'm personally very proud to be a volunteer for BloodBikes Australia and try to do a run every few weeks when I can. As TribalMoto, I'm also very proud to be able to further support this cause by providing free of charge, waterproof stickers for placement on motorbikes and delivery boxes. Did you know, BloodBikes Australia deliver a variety of important products - not just  blood? You can...
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A fun day out at the Motorcycle Ride For Greyhound R...

TribalMoto raffled five tees at the Motorcycle Ride For Greyhound Rescue event on 17 October 2021. What a great day for a great cause. 
On 17 October TribalMoto took part in an amazing day,. We attended the Motorcycle Ride For Greyhound Rescue event and raffled five TribalMoto t-shirts to help raise money for greyhound rescue. We were super happy to see they were quickly snaffled up by the lucky winners. These rescue dogs are strikingly beautiful, placid, and just want to be loved. Thank you Gumtree Greys for all you do. Check our our Facebook page for more on this event and of course, our new products! ...
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