Gunbarrell hwy to Areys Rock

Submitted: Monday, Mar 17, 2008 at 20:50
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Ever wanted to climb Ayers rock, ever wanted to travel the Gunbarrel Hwy in a 4x4, ever wanted to camp out overnight in the bush, yet eat, drink and sleep like a King.

Well the opportunity may be available for you to do all of the above.

3 mates of mine and I are riding road trail bikes to Ayers rock travelling along the Gunbarrel hwy from Wiluna and back again leaving the 26th April, we are looking for a suitable male person to drive a landcruiser tray back support vehicle (YOURS OR OURS)which will carry fuel water swags tucker and bevies for the trip so us old buggers can travel in style.

You will be asked to put in a 5th share for fuel (support vehicle only) and of course your food and drinks etc overall it wont be expensive (there may be a pub stay here or there)and you would be guaranteed to have a great time.

I am on a genuine recruiting drive as our driver cant do the trip due to ill health in the family, If you would like more info this either email or ring me 0402 322 595

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Reply By: SoloGirl - Tuesday, Mar 18, 2008 at 18:57

Tuesday, Mar 18, 2008 at 18:57
Why a male driver?? :)
What bikes you guys using? Interested as I'm a trailie rider myself...
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Follow Up By: pluggersdad - Tuesday, Mar 18, 2008 at 19:11

Tuesday, Mar 18, 2008 at 19:11
male driver only cause... I dunno. can't be arsed bringin a change room??? sort of a bloke thing but i guess it probly doesnt have to be a bloke. Be kind of handy if you were in Perth though

We all got KLR650s - new for this trip so ideally we dont have too many probs (fingers crossed)
Guess you have a KTM right
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Follow Up By: SoloGirl - Tuesday, Mar 18, 2008 at 19:29

Tuesday, Mar 18, 2008 at 19:29
I'd be no good as the 4WDriver though! I'd be looking to nick a bike early in the morning and be off! Nope, no KTM here; couldn't bring my 640Adventure from Africa, so I have to make do with a Honda XR400R. KLR's shouldn't let you down.
Have a great trip and ride safe!
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