Get your old scooters running for the third annual Australian Classic Scooter Mille in Victoria in November.
The rally is a reliability trial, not a race, and is open to riders of classic manual geared scooters only, not modern automatic scooters.
To keep with the classic theme, riders will not be allowed to use a GPS or smartphone map.
The inaugural ride was held in the Blue Mountains of NSW, then in South Australia, before heading south this year to Victoria.
Riders will start at Phillip Island, head north into the hills taking in some of Victoria’s best alpine riding roads, and end up in Bright for the night.
Day 2 will head east through more high country, then back down the Great Dividing Range to the coast, and finish back at the Australian National Classic Scooterist Rally at Phillip Island.
There is also an alternate route through Healesville on the second day if the weather closes in.
All up, riders will travel more than 1000km to replicate similar historic scooter rallies in Europe.
Points will be awarded along the way and there will be trophies available for finishing closest to your nominated time, best and fairest and most spectacular breakdown.
Accommodation and meals are at the participant’s expense.