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Date
Award
Could it be YOU?
Were You "Goof" or "Good"?
2018
March
Colin Booth (Goof)

Same ride and another “ Deserter “ Colin Booth was also “Snapped“ on Toodyay Road but wait..... there's more!!!

Still on the way home he was “Snapped“ again on Leach Highway!!!

Colin was awarded his “Goof“ MOM for getting caught

TWICE!!

 
March
Michael Bligh (Goof)

Michael was awarded the “Goof‘ MOM for leaving Simon’s ride early, which we may add had been led to Toodyay at the speed limit!!!

Michael then proceeded to chase down a “Deserter“ and was “snapped“-------- 6 Points and $800.00!!

He was awarded the MOM for the size of the fine!

 
March
Mark Thomas (Good)
Mark was awarded the “Good“ MOM for returning from the corner he was marking at the junction of Berry Road and Toodyay Road, as TEC had not arrived and then helping out with our patient Graeme who had had an "off"
 
January
Tony Collins (Goof)
Mug of the Month and "inaugural"small Trowel with Ribbon for “Bogging” the Gold Wing. Tony having been second in line became the Corner Marker. The road was narrow, however the apron appeared to be constructed of solid blue metal. So in to this he rode, and immediately experienced a “sinking feeling” So imagine the surprised looks on the faces of those who came upon the corner to see a Gold Wing standing perfectly upright with no side stand and the Rider standing erect but some feet away! A group of us were able to assist Tony remove the Gold Wing from the blue metal trap by lifting hard at the rear while Tony skilfully guided the Bike on to solid ground
2017
October
Pat Tinnelly ( Rare Double Award - Goof & Good)

Good

for stepping in at the last moment on the day to lead a ride.

 

Goof

for misleading us at the pre-ride announcements as to where we were going to end up. So finally when we arrived at the Morning Tea destination which was completely different to where he had said we were going, we asked the Question! What happened to your original plan, he answered

“I was just feeling mischievous!”

 
August
Paul Turner (Goof)

for being an “Impatient” Corner Marker having cleared off before Tail End Charlie had arrived.

Luckily TEC knew where to go, so all was not lost.

 
May
Gary Phillips (Goof)

for coming home from Kalbarri early so he could attend the Branch AGM, but had the wrong week.

The Meeting was the Week after!!

 
May
John Peffer (Goof)
for an Emergency Fuel Stop at Regans Ford for Mr Paul Turner. Imagine TEC’s surprise as the group headed off making our way to Lancelin turned right on to Brand Highway, and watched John turn LEFT! TEC waited for his return however in the end decided he best push on. Meanwhile John hurtling towards Geraldton realised he was “ALL ALONE” stopped turned around and travelling at what must have been at the “speed of light” caught up with all of us at Lancelin where we enjoyed Lunch.
 
April
Simon Beattie (Goof)

when at morning tea at Mundaring he dropped his Pie,

then at Lunch at Two Rocks he dropped his Keys (unknowingly) in the Car Park.

Luckily a couple realized them to be for a Motor Bike (must have been on a Gold Wing Key Ring!!) sought out the Motor Bike Rider who had lost keys. None of us owned up but eventually Simon said

“Oh My Gawd – they are my Keys!"

 
March
President Colin Booth (Goof)

for throwing away a pair of worn out Bike Jeans which contained his very active Wallet.

Not only did he throw the lot in the bin, but he purposely rushed the Bin out to the Truck, thus ensuring that his Wallet is now confined to Land Fill.

 
January
Pat Tinnelly (Goof)

for having us retrace our steps back to Toodyay where we had enjoyed our Lunch as he was convinced he had left his Mobile Phone on a Table.

SHOCK, HORROR. There is no Phone on the Table or handed in to the good folk behind the counter –

SURPRISE – Oh Here it is – in the Back Pocket of my Jeans.

 
January
Michael Bligh (Goof)

for admitting that whilst taking a corner in Kalamunda he allowed the Kerb to “Attack”.

Thankfully although inwardly terrified he managed to stave off this “Savage” Kerb and continue the ride.

The moral of this story is if no one saw it, then it did not happen, and if you are going to “spill the beans” don’t do so in TEC’s earshot (and remember he now has a Hearing Aid!)

2016
August
Rob Chapman (TBA)

OOOPPPPPSSSS!!!!

No MOM for August however we did have a“dis-honourable” mention. This was for Rob Chapman for his antics with a brand new BMW loan bike. He had put his BMW in for a service and was about to leave a wet car park when he stalled said bike while attempting a turn! Over he went. Out of the show room came many, not to help Rob from his puddle but to save the BIKE! "Look what you have done", they said. "That will cost you $150.00 - however, because you are our customer $100.00 will do!"

Nice - to be appreciated!

 
July
Julie Stephens (Goof)

sadly was on her first ride with us and finding herself in second place simply followed the leader - not realising we had a corner-marker system! Luckily the ride was compact and no “ chickens” were lost.

We have not seen Julie since!

 
June
Simon Beattie (Goof)

At the start of Will’s ride Simon announced this was his ride!

"No it is not we all cried, it is Will’s ride”.

Will then went on to explain how we would be going to Bindoon for morning tea, which did include O’Briens Road however to get to O’Briens road we would be going up Reen Road, this Simon did not hear as he was not listening! So on arrival at O’Briens Road and finding no corner marker he decided he would become one , and so the ride went from 10 to 5 until we were all reunited at Bindoon!

 
June

Jeff Bloomfield "Bloomers" (Good x 2)
This was on our ride to the Moondyne Festival in Toodyay when Bruce lost / found / hid his top box. It was decided at lunch that some of us would return the way we had come and Bloomers would transport the Top Box home to the house of Bruce – a very kind offer.
In June Bloomers also received the Good MOM. This was again on a ride led by us to Tammin.On West Dale road Bruce (again!) was found to have a flat rear tyre. TEC, Patrick and Bloomers stopped to assist and after many attempts at repairs gave up and found a kind farmer up the road who agreed to let them store the bike in his shed, Bloomers then transported Bruce to the home of Bruce!
 
January
Andy Gibb (Goof)
On the Saturday Andy went to Simon’s house with “New Side Car Aquisition” where they Ooohed and Ahhhed, however Simon did notice that there was no split-pin holding the wheel nut in place on the side-car and it was decided that they should “fix that!” ASAP. As it was late they finished up for the day, went inside and proceeded to demolish a number of bottles of Scotch Whisky.
Next morning i.e. Sunday they had planned to join the ride, however in their “whisky fog” they set their alarm for PM rather than AM and consequently slept in.
Undaunted they charged up through Beverley, trying to catch the ride (but never did) and one can only imagine the speeds the pair of them attained in the “Great Chase”
Upon returning to Perth, it was decided they would visit the chap who had fitted the side-car to say how well it had gone. He casually remarked THERE APPEARS TO BE NO NUT HOLDING THAT WHEEL ON – and with 2 wiggles removed it!!!!
A new castle nut and split pin was then fitted to the side-car of one very embarrassed One Legged Motor Cycle Rider.

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