Geelong Ring Road
Run to Anlgelsea with TCCV and TR Register.
The Anglesea Hotel has been booked for one hundred!
Meeting point is the BP Service Centre on the Geelong Ring Road.
Hopefully we can better our world record Triumph Attendance for this event we set in 2019.
Please use the link here to register your intention to attend as soon as you can. Cut-off date for catering purposes: Friday 31st January.
Keith Atherton 0415 073 377 Email :firstname.lastname@example.org
Roger Jeary 0418 357 181 Email: email@example.com
A deal has been Negotiated with the pub which is similar to the Flowerdale Pub menu.
There is a choice of 6 meal selections which should satisfy most tastes. There is a vegetarian option.
However we need those member’s names that are Vegetarian or Gluten Free by the 31st Jan, Please include this info when registering.
- Convoy Meeting Point is the BP Service Centre on the Geelong Bypass Road or Ring Road. Stay right once you pass the Avalon BP Service Station.
- Meet at 10.30 AM for a 11 AM departure.
Nick and Kaylene Skinner (TCCV) have surveyed a route to Anglesea Pub (1 Murch Crescent Anglesea) for the 9th Feb which avoids the big car show at Torquay the same day.
The route will take about 40 minutes and does not have any traffic lights, so the convoy should be able to stay together. It is a nice scenic country drive.
Please clear your trip meter to zero.
From the BP Service Centre on the Geelong by-pass drive along the M1 towards Colac and travel 19km, a sign says via the inland M1 route. Do not take the turn off to Anglesea, keep heading towards Colac.
At 26km turn left onto C135 Cape Otway Road towards Moriac.
At 31.5km (which is in the township of Moriac) cross over the railway lines and immediately turn left following the C135 onto Hendy Main Road towards Torquay and Anglesea. You will pass the Moriac Primary School on the left.
At 35km turn right onto Larcombes Road towards Anglesea.
At 35.9km turn left onto Forest Road towards Anglesea. Continue for another 14.8km to the end of the road at a roundabout and turn right into B100 (Great Ocean Road, but not sign posted).
At 54.2km pass the strip of shops on the right hand side. At the end of the shops turn right into Camp Road and the Anglesea Hotel is immediately on the left. Plenty of parking available.
On the way home along the Great Ocean Road, on the left there is a great chocolate establishment which is great to visit.