Warwick and district have some spectacular rides all within a couple of hours. Whether you like long straight roads, tight corners or just some long winding curves we have them all.
Opportunities for fabulous food, great coffee, or the occasional icy cold ale, all are available from a wide range of restaurants, cafes and country pubs.
The longest continually licenced pub in Queensland is situated at Leyburn, around 40 minutes from Warwick. Owned by league hard man Shane Webcke, this pub serves great food and great beer.
Just 30 minutes north is Rudd's pub, named after Steele Rudd, author of the Dad and Dave novels. Enjoy looking at the history on the walls over the biggest steak in the region.
Head south to the fantastic wineries and orchards of the Granite Belt or go east to the hills around Killarney. Stop for a coffee at Spring Creek Mountain Cafe and some spectacular views. On the way back call in and enjoy Queen Mary Falls. At around 4.00pm each day the native birds come to the kiosk for a feed.
Branch rides usually start from McDonalds car park on Albion St.
Make sure your tank, tummy and tyres are attended to before leaving.
The gang likes to get away at 9.00am sharp unless otherwise advised in the ride calendar.