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Here's some pics of our Mudijong Chapter Six ride down to Harvey Dam on Sunday the 26th of November '17 over in the west. Also a bit of a story about how the day panned out.


What a great day for a ride. The sun was out and we were all keen to get out on the open country roads. Both chapter six and friends of chapter six took part in the run. We had a barbeque planned at the Harvey dam in Harvey 80 ks south of us. Had a couple of support vehicles to bring the food and drinks which  made everything  run smoothly. At long last Dave finally recovered after his incident with the kangaroo. His quote - " Kangaroo dead, Bike dead, Me Alive! God was looking out for me." And with his wrist mended, a brand new Harley breakout to ride he was keener than most. Dave led our group of 8 riders from Mundijong through the bush on winding twisties and sweepers down to the Harvey dam. All arrived safely to enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the Harvey Dam, the barbeque and the company of friends. After that it was onto Brockman dam for a dip then to top off the day the 4pm Wannanup AA meeting. 

Our support there is always welcomed and greatly appreciated being a small country group. Everyone had a great day and arrived home safe. Thankyou to everyone involved in organising yet again a good Mundijong Chaptersix run.

Mundijong Chaptersix Group


This is from Em and it says it all.

I had the great pleasure of joining my fellowship in a ride up past Churchmans Brook. A lovely quiet tucked away place. It just so happened to be on my bellybutton birthday. So how you say? Ditch the kids and off I went, for a whole day. (Ya'll don't just go out for a few hours,. Ya'll go out riding for the whole day).

So I managed to find a babysitter and we sat at the back of the pack on Daves Harley. With the best view with me best buddy. First time filming whilst riding Not bad for a very first effort. Enjoy the pics. This was after I got presented with a very heartfelt gift from my fellow Chapter 6 members. A vest of my very own. Happy 30 something to me!! Very rarely get to go out for rides it was an awesome experience. Best birthday present ever. Can't wait for next year. Em.


Paul here from Chapter 6 Mundijong Perth WA. I did not even know such a group within AA existed but a chance catch up with a friend quickly changed that. I have spent quite a bit of time in the Bike Club world but never felt at home like I do here, no judgement just lottsa laughs, great rides, lottsa coffee and the best support without even having to ask. I wear the Chapter six patch on my vest along with my other club patch and some people actually recognize it. I have just celebrated 8 years sobriety so that coin hangs proudly amongst the lacing on the right hand side of my vest. It is awesome that Chapter Six is alive and well around Australia and look forward to many more rides, ongoing friendships, MORE COFFEE and the chance for perhaps once a year ride and meet somewhere on this great chunk of land we call home. "till next we speak and or meet always RIDE SOBER AND LIVE FREE (RSLF). 

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