The BSA Motorcycles Owners association operates the All British Motorcycle Rally each year and as part of the rally rides from Newstead to Maldon for the day.
This year over 1000 people attended and a sea of British motorcycles, mostly historical and vintage, filled Main Street at Maldon.
Today people stopped to view the massive display of bikes. Riders stopped in at local cafes and the bakery for lunch. Visitors not expecting the rally looked bemused or amazed at how many motorcycles filled the street.
The BSA Motorcycle Owners Association has run the All British Rally annually since 1977. This years event is to be held again in Newstead, Victoria, at the Old Newstead Racecourse. Owners and aficionados of British Motorcycles, their families and friends are all welcome at the All British Rally.
Here are some photos from the event today. Thanks to everyone who attended and brought Main Street to life.
Riding in to the All British Rally – Main Street Maldon – 2019
VIntage Motorcycles on Display at the All British Rally – Main Street Maldon – 2019
Visitors inspect vintage motorcycles at the All British Rally – Main Street Maldon – 2019
Vintage Norton Motorcycle – Main Street Maldon – 2019
A Sea of Motorcycles at the All British Rally – Main Street Maldon – 2019
Historic JAP motorcycle at the All British Rally – Main Street Maldon – 2019
Huge Crowd at All British Rally – Main Street Maldon – 2019
Norton Motorcycle and Sidecar at All British Rally – Main Street Maldon – 2019
Inspecting the Bikes – All British Rally – Main Street Maldon – 2019
Peak Crowd at the All British Rally – Main Street Maldon – 2019
Historic Douglas Motorcycle – All British Rally – Main Street Maldon – 2019
We look forward to the return of the All British Rally to Maldon next year. It was a great event. Riders and visitors alike enjoyed the display of motorcycles and meeting old and new friends. A great day for everyone.
The colours of Autumn are sprinkled through the streets of Maldon as we reach Anzac Day.
It’s a time to remember the fallen and those who have fought to protect us for more than a century.
On Anzac Eve there will be a 5.30pm service at Anzac Hill, Maldon. This service coincides with the going down of the sun.
On Anzac day there will be a dawn service held at the cenotaph within the Maldon Shire Gardens on High Street Maldon. Assembly for the service shall commence from 5.45am for a 6am service.
Following the dawn service the Anzac Day March will assemble at the Maldon Primary School from 10.30am. The men and women assembled shall commence marching down High Street at 10.45am, reaching the Maldon Cenotaph for the 11am morning service.
Consider taking a visit to Anzac Hill this Anzac day and remember the fallen who fought for our way of life.
Most businesses will be closed until 1pm on Anzac day, some businesses have chosen not to open. However there is still plenty to see around Maldon on Anzac Day.
Whether you are taking a day trip, or at the beginning or end of a bigger adventure, be sure to put Maldon on your list of places to visit.
The Maldon Orchestra is reimagining the music of the Victorian Gold Rush.
Back to Porcupine Flat is a composition about some miners heading back to Porcupine Flat just outside of Maldon to continue digging for gold. The diggers had a tough time on the goldfields and despite the possible reward of finding gold there were also many difficulties faced by the miners.
Back to Porcupine Flat is a tribute to the miners who kept going back to work their claims as hard as life on the goldfields was.