Barry Sheene Tribute Ride Registrations
2012 Barry Sheene Tribute - Ride to the GP
2012 marks the 10th Barry Sheene Tribute - Ride to the GP. To celebrate, join the many fans for a tribute dinner on Wednesday 24 October at the Bairnsdale RSL and then for the annual ride to the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit on Thursday 25 October.
Barry Sheene Tribute Dinner – Bairnsdale RSL
Come along to the 10th anniversary dinner on Wednesday 24 October at the Bairnsdale RSL. Be a part of the entertainment, meet your fellow riders, hear from celebrity guest speakers and support the annual charity auction.
Bookings are essential, for more information contact Bairnsdale RSL on 03 5152 3928.
Details of the ride
The ride departs on Thursday the 25 October from Bairnsdale at 9.30am. Riders will travel along the Princes Highway to Morwell where there will be a stopover for lunch at approximately 11.30am. At 12:45pm the ride will depart Morwell and travel through the winding hills of the Strzelecki Highway and onto the Bass Highway through Inverloch and Wonthaggi to San Remo. Here, the ride will regroup ready to conclude with a lap around the Grand Prix circuit at approximately 3.50pm.
The Lions Club of Churchill will have a large range of hot and cold food and drinks available at the Morwell Lunch Stop. We appreciate the support from the Lions Club so we encourage participants to take advantage of their hard work.
After the success of 2011, there are once again two options for registration in 2012. Registration can be done on the morning of the ride at Bairnsdale at 7.00am, Thursday 25 October. Registration is open until 9.00am. Alternatively, you can use the option of pre-registering online, via the form below. This process will save time filling out forms on the Thursday morning. Please note that even pre-registered riders will have to sign an indemnity form and have their bike scrutineered on the Thursday morning.
All bikes will be scrutineered between 7am and 9am, and once approved your Barry Sheene Ride sticker will be placed on your front windscreen or faring for identification along the ride and entry to the circuit.
The number of riders taking part is capped at 1000 to ensure the controlled lap of the Phillip Island circuit is completed with ease.