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June 2005 Club News

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Club Tuning Day

Maintaining BMW splines in the workshop
Maintaining BMW splines in the workshop

We had a successful Tuning Day and Sausage Sizzle in May. Around 40 turned up for a tune up and a feed. Marilyn and Betty used their cooking skills to produce delicious sizzling snaggers, they were so nice that more sausages and bread had to be bought.

Andrew and Ray had brought their BMW’s in (R100RS and R100LT) to grease the clutch spline.
A new head gasket on the BSA C10L was replaced by Matt. And a bit of tinkering in the yard by Grant (Suzuki) and Richard replaced a bit of fencing wire with a suitable bolt.

Greg's BSA and Ronnie's Harley
Greg's BSA and Ronnie's Harley

Greg brought his partly restored BSA around, which is looking and sounding great. And new member Ronnie rode around on his 1976 Harley. Frank Cooke drove his 4WD around to show us the bike rack he made, it looked great, was very innovative and it should be shown on the Inventors on the ABC!

But the main activity was socialising and everyone seemed to be relaxed and enjoying themselves. Don and Margaret were down from Woodanilling as well as  a good contingent from the Denmark region.

We were very lucky with the weather as either side of the Tuning Day there were some wet and windy days. See you next time.


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