Many states in Australia have adopted lane filtering laws.
Each state has their own rules, and while much is similar, there are some differences in what you can and can’t do legally. Which in turn can cause some confusion for interstate riders.
What’s legal in Queensland may not be in New South Wales or Victoria.
I reckon the best pillion I’ve ever had would’ve been Daka. He was a wiry sort of bloke, maybe 5’11” who weighed next to nothing. He was a rider himself, rode a GPz-1100 B2 as I recall.
Alas, he was a bit naughty on one or two occasions and the powers that be told him he couldn’t ride (or drive) for a rather lengthy period of time.
The Pillion and I made our way south to Penrith, an outer suburb of Sydney last weekend. We were unsure of what route we were going to take to get down here, all we knew, was that we didn’t want to rush.
A few weeks ago I wrote about Getting Out Of Dodge.
In a few days, The Pillion and I will be hitting the road. We know where we’re going, but not the route. Maybe we’ll play it by ear, sometimes the unplanned adventures are the best.
I bought a Stagg leather jacket last century… 1990 I think.
Stagg Leather Goods^ are an Australian company renowned for their quality products, only Walden Miller, another Australian company, are considered to be as good or better.