The weather here in Victoria has been particularly bad for motorcycling the past few weeks. Cold, rain and high winds - often at the same time, make you think twice before starting up the bike. So, this morning only one of the three prevailed - it was freezing cold but the sky was sunny and clear and no wind so with a couple of extra layers of protection, including a balaclava (you lose most of your heat through the head) I set off for the Yarra Valley with the aim of enjoying a coffee and lunch at the Warburton Bakery.
The ride was absolutely fantastic except for those few bits in the forest where the sun didn't break through the trees, and by the time I reached Warburton all was well except for the feet. I've never come up with a good strategy for keeping the feet warm.
Once again lunch and coffee at the Warburton Bakery was outstanding.
I noticed over the past couple of months that this place is always busy and I can certainly vouch for the food and the coffee. There is even off street parking for bikes and always a few bikers around to have chat with.
Check out their terrific web site :http://www.warburtonbakery.com.au
The ride home was great too and by the time I arrived I was glad I overcame the initial cold of the morning.
Total distance 320 km.
Tuesday, August 5, 2014
4 August - Yarra Valley
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Gotta love a good bakery when out on the bike for a quick snack. Love my pepper steak pies. Even better if they are biker friendly.ReplyDelete