Albany hill climb weekend away. Entrants for the Event is now full
October 31 @ 8:00 am - November 1 @ 5:00 pm
Albany hill climb weekend . more info to comeTHE format for our premier Club event will be basically the same as last year. The Sunday Hill
Climb location is starting at Flinders Parade, Middleton Beach. The run lasts for 1.1km up Marine
Drive. We are lucky enough to be again using the facilities of the Albany Rifle Club, (just past the turn-off
to the Wind-Farm, Frenchmans Bay Road) for the weekend.
It has a clean kitchen, hot showers and toilets facilities available. Camping is available at the Rifle Club
for $10.00 PER HEAD PER NIGHT – no need to book, but you need to pay with a smile on your face,
SOMEONE WILL COLLECT YOUR MONEY. There is also a bar on-site.
Motorcycle Display on the Saturday morning
Stirling Terrace will be closed for non motorcycle traffic as a safety precaution and as usual the line-up of
bikes should be most interesting. There will also be 2020 Hill Climb metal badges available on the day of the
Saturday Afternoon Rally (Raffle)
This will be in the form of a raffle. Entries will only be taken on Stirling Terrace, Saturday
morning. There will be no prior entries. The rally is suitable for all motorcycles, no matter what size
or age. Entries will close at 11.45 am and the briefing will take place in Stirling Terrace shortly afterwards.
The first bike will be away at the end of the briefing. Entry for the rally is $20 per person.
First prize is $550 cash plus second and third prizes.
The rally is open to any person with a road licensed motorcycle and a current license to ride.
Pillions may also enter. The cost is also $20.
This year the rally will finish at the Albany Rifle Club with afternoon tea again donated by Dylan’s on the Terrace.
Thanks Morris and Gwen.
Help is always needed early on Saturday morning to secure and set up Stirling Terrace, so come along from 6 am.
Prizes will be presented at the Trophy presentation after the Hillclimb on Sunday
This year’s meal will not be catered for. Bring your own BBQ packs.
This Hillclimb is open to club members and members of other kindred clubs with a motorcycle license,
R-E and R for larger capacities and this should be carried with you. Helmets are compulsory and good
motorcycle protective clothing as well as boots and gloves should be worn.
All motorcycles have to be in roadworthy condition, any motorcycle deemed to be unsafe will be disqualified