2018 Women’s Navigation Ride Weekend

Australian Women's Adventure Ride Weekend 3-4 November 2018

To our favourite lady riders – It’s time to ride!

2-4 November 2018 | Lithgow NSW

To all our adventurous women riders, come one, come all, as we team up with Yamaha bLU cRU to bring you our first ever 2018 Women’s Navigation Ride Weekend on November 3rd and 4th in NSW! We have the honour of hosting women riders from across Australia in celebration of our growing women ADV community. So come represent, because it’s your ride, your adventure.

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Unadulterated Fun

This is the perfect opportunity to not only have some fun and build community with your fellow women riders, but to hone your skills in a safe, supportive environment. We’ll be providing support vehicles and a Sweep Crew to make sure everyone is safe, happy and having a blast, and we’ll even carry your luggage so you can ride unencumbered across our beautiful routes.
We’ll head out from Lithgow, NSW for an overnight in Gulgong, returning to Lithgow the following day using a different route. Both days will be suitable for all bikes and all skill levels, and the cost is only $155 per person per day—Only $310 for two amazing days of fully supported ADV riding at its best, great company, and optional support and help from experienced ADV riders.

A Few Questions For The 2018 Women’s Navigation Ride Weekend

Can I invite my husband/partner to join?

While any woman rider or female pillion is welcome to join, our male compatriots aren’t invited to join this time around, except those hosting and helping out. But don’t worry! We’ll have plenty of co-ed events in the future. This one’s just for the ladies!

Will the route be easy to navigate?

UPDATED: Yes! While terrain may vary, we’ll be using an ARROWED style of navigaton, where we will place an arrow to indicate an upcoming turn.

We’ll have a Lead Rider and our Sweep, with all riders being kept track of in between so no one gets lost and everyone has a safe ride.

If you want, we can load a GPS if you have one but not required.

Where will we sleep?

You can choose between hotels, pubs or camping in Gulgong.

Do I need to carry extra fuel?

There’s no need to carry extra fuel, but do make sure you have a minimum fuel range of 140 km.

Will there be support riders?

Yes, we’ll have a full sweep crew who are happy to help out at any point along the ride. Feel free to ask for technical advice or help!

What if I break down?

Our support vehicles will be at your service should you have any trouble. No woman left behind!

Will there be many riders?

We’ll have a great group of women riders ranging from newbies to experts, plus a handful of other riders to help anyone who may need extra coaching or pointers.

I’m a little hesitant because I feel my riding skills aren’t up to snuff. Is that okay?

Of course! This is a fully supported ride, with a wide range of technical levels, so don’t be shy. We’ll offer support and technical advice whenever you want it.

But I don’t have anyone to go with!

No problem! You’ll make new riding friends who share your joy of the open road.

Is there any way I can prepare ahead of time?

Take a look at our riding and safety information page, to help you get geared up.

Registration and briefing

Final registration, dinner and a mandatory rider briefing will be held Friday night the 2nd of November at the Commercial Hotel located at 198 Main St, Lithgow NSW 2790, Australia. Phone: 02 63512312. The Commercial is the recommended place to stay, although alternative motel accommodation is close by and can be found at the Lithgow Hotel at 130 Main Street Lithgow. Phone: 02 63513379. Or, Google Lithgow accommodation.

If you’re going to be late, please let TB know on 0499 089715. The Commercial Hotel has accommodation including a combination of rooms with doubles, twins and queen beds. There is a fully licensed bar and bistro on premises.

For those that wish to camp or get a cabin, try the Lithgow Caravan Park at 58 Cooerwull Rd, Bowenfields, Lithgow 2790.

Sign on will start at 5pm Friday evening with the rider briefing planned for 8pm sharp. Dinner will be between 6pm and the briefing with informal introductions and talks from a few industry people. All riders are required to attend the rider briefing or you will not be able to start the ride.

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See you soon,
Your rideADV crew

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