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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Introducing Eurobodalla Ulysses

Eurobodalla Ulysses is a branch of the National Ulysses Club, a Motorcycle Club for the older motorcyclist, the largest organization of it's kind in Australia and has been a familiar part of this country's motorbike riding scene since 1983.

A club for over 50's motorcyclists although over 40’s can join as junior members.

The Eurobodalla Branch was established in 2003 and has approximately 120 members with the number of lady riders steadily increasing. Our oldest member is a fit 92 year local who is still riding.

The Eurobodalla Branch roughly covers the south coast from Mollymook to Tilba.

Every Saturday morning is a get together to say hello, have a coffee, cake or pies etc, all sorts of discussions and the checking out of old or newly purchased bikes.

We meet every Wednesday for a relative short ride either north, south or west and once a month for a Sunday ride further afield .

We occasionally have multi day rides with overnight stays such as rides to visit the Japanese Gardens in Cowra , the Train Round House and a tour of the Motor Museum in Grenfell or Forbes and anything of interest to the riders and pillions participating.

Other overnight rides to Jindabyne, Charlotte Pass, Temora air shows, Bathurst, Lithgow Small Arms Museum, Kiama, Robertson, Mallacoota , Nabiac Motorcycle Museum with overnight stays in Windsor and travel the Putty Road through Maitland and onto Tuncurry for two or 3 nights.

The National Ulysses Club organises an annual rally (formally AGM) which is a week long event, these rides can take us anywhere around Australia as far afield as Perth, Townsville , Tasmania

Have a look at our Web-Site at and check out our ride calendar for a ride that may interest you or contact a Committee Member. Or check out the National website on for more on the Ulysses Club.

Come and join us!

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