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Melbourne, Victoria Australia: "The World's Most Liveable City" acccording to OCDC.

Melbourne, Victoria Australia: "The World's Most Liveable City" acccording to OCDC.
 

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Also, the best skinny latte's in the world, try one of the cafe's in Richmond or Ackland Street, St. Kilda - a great way to spend a couple of hours.
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Also, the best skinny latte's in the world, try one of the cafe's in Richmond or Ackland Street, St. Kilda - a great way to spend a couple of hours.
Andy
Knowing that piece of information qualifies you for immediate entry to the Melbourne Strom Collective. You will fit into the group perfectly. :D:D
 

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For those travelling to and beyond the edges of Melbourne, my top 5 rides in the lovely state of Victoria are peg scraping from the Black Spur to Reefton spur/ Woods Point Rds; The Great Ocean Rd (midweek: Tourrorists clog it weekends); Alpine Roads to/from Mt Hotham and Falls Creek (esp in summer when 10ºC cooler than Melb); The Barry Way from Buchan to Jindabyne in NSW (cruisy dirt rds); and Porcupine Ridge Rd for a surprising way to get from Daylesford to Castlemaine.:biggrinjester:
 

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I was down there last week for the 40th Anniversary of the Range Rover. I had lots of coffees in a variety of places in the city and Lygon St. and elsewhere. I also had a run out through Black Spur (in a Range Rover).

There's less chance of a bad coffee in Melbourne than there is up here in Sydney.
 

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For those travelling to and beyond the edges of Melbourne, my top 5 rides in the lovely state of Victoria are peg scraping from the Black Spur to Reefton spur/ Woods Point Rds; The Great Ocean Rd (midweek: Tourrorists clog it weekends); Alpine Roads to/from Mt Hotham and Falls Creek (esp in summer when 10ºC cooler than Melb); The Barry Way from Buchan to Jindabyne in NSW (cruisy dirt rds); and Porcupine Ridge Rd for a surprising way to get from Daylesford to Castlemaine.:biggrinjester:
The Grampians is another wonderful spot to ride also. Cant wait to take my Wee for a ride up there in the spring ( I'm a bit of a fair weather rider at the moment! )
 
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