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North Harbour Ulysses Newsletter.
Edition 7
December 2014

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Edition 7

Welcome to the last newsletter of the year. There is no January newsletter but please continue to send your photos and articles for future issues.

There has been great support for the charity rides this month, NH members scooping some great prizes.

I wish you all a joyous Christmas and a Happy, safe New Year.

Jeni Van Driel

From 1 December 2014 the alcohol limit for drivers aged 20 years and over lowers from 400mcg of alcohol per litre of breath to 250mcg. The blood alcohol limit lowers from 80mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood (0.08), to 50mg (0.05).
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Thank You to those who got up early for the ride to Hamilton to support the Hamilton North School’s Special Needs unit.  We had a good trip to Hamilton & back and a great ride through South Waikato roads,  together we helped raise $1385.00 which will be used for teaching aids. We also managed to bring home some prizes with Shane F. winning the big Xmas Hamper.  Shane has a big bike with lots of luggage space but still couldn’t get everything in.
At the Cossie club after ride discussions we all agreed we should do it again next year, why don’t you join us for this good cause.

Long Sevice (Membership) badges.
Badges are available for 10, 15, 20 & 25 year continuous membership on request for a small charge,  see Niki Morrison or myself to arrange one, you will need to produce your membership card.
Dale & I wish everyone a Merry Xmas & a Safe New Year, if you are out on the roads over Xmas on your bike or in a car watch out for the “never gone out of town” summer-time driver, they are usually tired and distracted by something other than other road users.
Have a great Xmas
Chieftain Wayne  #1756
North Harbour Coordinator.

North Harbour Ulysses Branch Shirts and Ulysses Gear
Black & Maroon Dri Gear Branch Shirts 
with North Harbour Branch Logo, now available.
Dale has a large selection of Ulysses gear for sale, from buckles to t-shirts.
See Dale on Club night, December 4th.
Dale is presented with the keys to No. 1 Indian Scout by Burt's son, John Munro at Indian Motorcycles, Cyclespot, Barrys Point Road.
Grant's tribe of Indians on their way to the Burt Munro Challenge.
Please support North Harbour Branch sponsors.
Cyclespot Group, Major North Harbour Branch Sponsor
Grant donates vouchers monthly for Social Evenings and
 advertises in the monthly newsletter.  
Pop into Cyclespot and check out the range of bikes & accessories.
Hyosung Motorcycles are located at 73 Barrys Point Road, Takapuna. We are New Zealand’s biggest Hyosung dealership and also New Zealand’s distributors for these excellent Korean made bikes carrying a full range of demonstrators from 50cc scooters to the four 650cc LAMS models. Our spare parts inventory incorporates 25,000 items and we regularly achieve a 98% supply rate. Our extremely talented technician has all the factory diagnostic equipment on hand and even better he really knows how to use it!

Hyosung Motorcycles are proud to introduce the X4R! Fiercely good fun at introductory price of only $6,295 + ORC. The X4R is a race spec'd version of the already popular X4 and comes standard with braided brake lines, KYB suspension, glip on handle bars and learner approved. 
Check it out online at   
Demo available soon at Hyosung Motorcycles - 73 Barry's Point Road.


Both directors of our business started riding bikes over 40 years ago in backyards. From backyards they progressed eventually to Bathurst, Daytona, The Isle of Man TT and most famous race tracks throughout Europe. Experience and qualifications is something we are not short of.
We pride ourselves on friendly and efficient service offering good advice based on experience and proper staff training. We have MTF finance on site and can pre approve you in 15 minutes.

Email: Click to email Sales or Click here to email Workshop.
Business Hours
Mon 8:30am – 5:30pm      Tue 8:30am – 5:30pm 
Wed 8:30am – 5:30pm      Thu 8:30am – 5:30pm 
Fri 8:30am – 5:30pm          Sat 9:00am – 4.00pm
Sun Closed
Techmoto: Sponsor of Monthly Meat Raffles 
Discounts for Ulysses and SuperGold card holders, located in the iconic former industrial area now converted to shops and plenty of bars, cafes and above all, good coffee!
Phil and Gail Scott's Techmoto store caters for road and adventure riders with high quality helmets and apparel from Arai, Nolan and Spidi.  There is a huge range of Givi and Ventura luggage, plus motorcycle-specific tools as well as spares and accessories. 
Open weekdays 9.30-5.30 and 9.00-4.00 on Saturday Phone 
09 4461610

Just arrived!  Fresh shipment of top quality GIVI Soft Luggage, Windscreens, Pannier Systems, GPS Holders, Helmets and accessories and much more!
NB:  this is the last GIVI shipment for this year, so if you are planning a trip during the holiday season, now is the time to get it sorted.

Cheers Phil (Techmoto)
There are drunk bikers.  There are old bikers.  There are NO old, drunk bikers.
Click here for Ulysses Members Handbook
Click here for Ride Smart Safety Video from Auckland Transport
If it is your birthday this month, don't forget to take a bottle of wine for the raffles on club night.
If you have any unwanted gifts, donate them for the raffle prizes.
Subscriber Details
At the bottom of this newsletter is a link so you can update your subscriber details.  There is also a button if you really want to cancel your subscription.
Wine Bottle Caps
Save your bottle tops from your wine bottles and bring along to each monthly meeting. These get passed onto Lions Club who collect as a fundraiser for Child Dialysis.  Get your local restaurant on board and have them keep the bottle tops for you.  
Odyssey Medals or Life Membership.  

Please find attached the required form to accompany any nomination for Odyssey Medals or Life Membership.  This form should also be accompanied by a recent photograph.
You are welcome to provide any other information in support of your application.
For 2015 we have a full limit of life membership so there will not be any nominations accepted for Life Membership for 2015.
Please note: 
*  Nominations for an Odyssey Medal are in recognition of meritorious Service to the Club particularly at Branch level. 
*  Nominees must be a member who has been a continuous financial member for at least ten years
*  Nominations are restricted to one per Branch per year.
*  All nominations for Odyssey Medals should be signed by the Branch Coordinator and forwarded to:
       National Secretary, 
       The Ulysses Club of NZ Inc.
       P O Box 40218
       Upper Hutt 5140
*  The closing date for nominations for the 2015 Odyssey Medal Award is Sunday 11th January 2015.
*  Awards are restricted to a maximum of four per annum.
If you have any queries regarding this process please let me know.
Thanks everyone,
Nicky Bright # 7125
National Secretary
The Ulysses Club of NZ Inc.
Ulysses National Raffle Ticket Sales.

Attached is a draft of the Ulysses raffle that members are asked to sell with all proceeds going to Ulysses Club Rider Safety Training Programme.  Sales will commence from January 11th 2015.

Photo Gallery from November Rides
Thanks to contributions from:
Rob and Sue Boyle
Barbara Hampe
Rini Van Driel
Vaughan Nankivell
Kaiaua Fish and Chip Run
Labour Weekend - Destination Unknown
2 Bikes off to Whangamata, all others heading north to Waipu Cove with Rob and Sue dropping off at Warkworth visiting Makatana.
Mysterious 3 fingered glove found outside the clubrooms was the fascination of all.  Best reason that we came up with was “to show of her bling”.
November Unscheduled Ride by Barbara Hampe
(I stole this from NH Facebook page but it is great to see that opportunities of fine weather and no organised ride are not missed.  Ed.)
Here are a few more photos from our Sunday outing. Thanks to Barry Holland's fb posting and some chatter at our last meeting we had a great 'unscheduled' ride. Great weather Sunday morning....abandon all chores....roll out fellow Ulyssians: we were a good dozen bikes and quite a few pillions gathering at Westgate. Paul Morrison led the ride up to Mangawhai for lunch with David Moore TEC. Then our group split up for various options. We carried on to Waipu and by the time we arrived back home it was nearly 300km of joy. - with David McAnulty.
South Taranaki Poker Rally
South Taranaki Tourers Club are always excellent hosts and a very entertaining weekend was had by all who attended.  The poker run took us on narrow country roads where the roar of the motorbikes sent the cows running.  Unfortunately Mt Taranaki wouldn't lift her petticoat so no group photo before returning to the club for they best ever sausage and bread lunch.  The afternoon ride took us to Patea where we regrouped and listened to a talk about the resurrection of the Patea Motorcycle TT, last run in 1955.  The course is around Whenuakuru-Otautu block of roads.  There has been some opposition but the supporters are determined to fight on and breathe life back into the race which would also benefit the small community.  We were privileged to ride the track (sorry, no photos as I was holding on tight) but at a very sedate pace as it is very narrow and quite windy plus the silage trucks (humongous beasts) were working.  We returned to the club rooms via Mana Bay where we drew our last card.  No luck with our card hands but Wayne did win $100.00 for being parked on the lucky spot.  He then went on to win another $100.00 for being the oldest rider who attended this event.
Sunday ride home was stunning with the mountain showing off her new snowfall, and where is the camera - In the saddlebag.  Jeni.
5 Station Poker Run.
Fundraising event for rural fire stations.  195 Registrations.
$100.00 donation from Ulysses North Harbour proudly supporting  the Fire Brigade services in areas where a number of our members reside.
17 bikes from North Harbour Ulysses attended the ride in support of the Special Needs Children at Hamilton, Sunday November 23rd.
Shane fills his boot......taking home the raffle prize.

And a word from the School.
I would like to start of by saying, that on behalf of the school, students and from myself, a very big thank you to you and your members for the support.  We appreciate the extra commitment you all have made to travel to our event.
I feel it was a successful day for all and we raised a total of $1385 for the students.
Michael van A.
Hamilton North School

On returning from Auckland Club night our Sheriff, Peter Webb, had to lay his bike down to avoid
T-boning a car which did not stop at a compulsory stop.  He suffered multiple injuries but he is at home recovering.  We wish him a speedy recovery.
Interview with The Sheriff
Peter Webb
First question; How did you become interested in motorcycles?
My father always had m/c s and I had been pillion from age 6 off and on, on an Indian chief (red).
When he bought home an old push bike with no tyres, I found that a little difficult to ride on the rims, so he put some thick rope around the rims, wired on, then boy could I throw that around in the loose metal and dust.
Then one day he bought home a 98cc James Villiers with pedals that he had purchased off an Uncle for 10 pounds, well that bike started after a short pedal and with a centrifugal clutch I was off.  And growing up in the back blocks of green bay, (we had moved from Laingholm), I had access to a lot of gorse laden land to make tracks and ride in and boy could I make that old girl slide in the dust.
At 14, I got a 125cc James Villiers and my friend got a 200cc James Captain.  We would ride everywhere and one day when we ventured out of Stottholm Road and Golf Road we found tar seal. Well that was it, further and further afield, always told Mum I was going to my mates place as he did as well.
When I turned 15, I got my licence on the 125cc and promptly started work as an apprentice butcher at Hellabys, Queen Street.
I soon had to get another bike and told my father I was going to get a 350cc AJS. When I took it home he said it looks bigger than a 350cc.  I told him this AJS had bigger fins for better air cooling (it was a1954 500cc AJS Twin).  I got away with that one.
More friends, more m/c s and I started the first club - The Del Rios (boys of the river) 24 bikes all British because our club rooms were on the side of the Whau Creek, New Lynn.
Now jumping a few years and more m/c s and jumping to the next question.
What was my best biker movie?
Apart from Easy Rider, were Hells Angels 69 and a more recent STONE COLD.
What is your favourite place to ride?
My favourite place to ride would be through the Wood Hills to Wellsford, about an hour from Massey.
Can you tell us about the bike you currently have?
My latest bike as most have seen and my best to date is the 2007 DYNA WIDE GLIDE, as of writing these notes, I am getting restless sitting down with my leg up.  (Just to fill in some blanks,)
3rd November I was riding home from Auckland club night and some @$#%^&$# ran a stop sign and I nearly T-boned the %#$@&^. The witness in the car behind me said she thought I was going to be T-boned but I slammed the front brake so hard I missed the @#%$# and shoulder slammed the road; the bike slid a further 10 meters and is relatively unscathed.  I came off worse than the bike; I now have a steel plate in my foot, broken shoulder blade and 3 broken ribs at the back.  I am now allowed crutches.
And where to next?
I do like riding and was getting out more and more since retirement.  Being in real estate for 16 years really @#$% up my weekends with open homes.
I will be back club night and should be presented with my 15 year badge which ticked over last September.  My Wife Diane used to say keep the shiny side up, but if you lay you bike over, the shiny side is still up 3 sides, now it will be “keep the rubber on the road.”
Regards Sheriff
Raffle Prizes and Tattle-Tales Wanted
 “Sheriff wants unwanted gifts and wine for birthdays and worthy events in your LIVES “
And please text ‘SHERIFF, I HAVE A TALE’ to 0274807317. And He will call you for DETAILS
Kind Regards Pete
The length of a minute depends on which side of the bathroom door you're on.

Who is This?

Last month was Ben Becker.  Quite a few of you got it right.
This gentleman was into two wheels from a very early age.
I'll give you the answer next month. 
Please send me your photos.  You will enjoy digging through all those memories.

Who is This?

Last month was Ben Becker.  Quite a few of you got it right.
This gentleman was into two wheels from a very early age.
I'll give you the answer next month. 
Please send me your photos.  You will enjoy digging through all those memories.

Brent donates vouchers monthly for the Social evenings.  Pop in to Spectrum and chat to Grant for bike services, bike sales and accessories. 
Check out ProRider Website for all available courses.
Mahatma Gandhi, as you know, walked barefoot most of the time, which produced an impressive set of calluses on his feet.  He also ate very little, which made him rather frail and with his odd diet, he suffered from bad breath. This made him ....what?................. (Oh, man, this is so bad, it's good) 
super calloused fragile mystic hexed by halitosis.

Need that badge sewn on, then call in on Merine.
You can forget what you do for a living when your knees are in the breeze.
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Ulysses North Harbour
Runs and Event Calendar
Runs Coordinator
Rider in Charge (RIC) would appreciate all participants of rides to be at the departure point 10 minutes early with a full tank of gas.  If the weather looks suspect then please phone the RIC to see if the ride is postponed or cancelled. 

The Rider in Charge will be organizing the day.  Contact them for details.  All riders participating in a Ulysses Ride are expected to hold a current motorcycle license, wear suitable clothing and to have a registered and warranted road-worthy bike.

The organizers and/or the Ulysses Club are not responsible for participants safety and all participants participate at their own risk.

All participants are aware that they are traveling on open public roads and are responsible for their own safety and compliance with all Rules and Laws.

Please check your runs list as some rides or destinations may have changed from initial calendar entry.
Club Night Meeting and Social Evening
Held at North Shore Cosmopolitan Club,  
65 Paul Mathews Drive, Albany
1st Thursday of the Month.
Meals available from 5.30pm and meeting starts at 7.30pm
Every 3rd Wednesday of the month 2014 (6 pm onwards), Bar & kitchen open at 5.30 pm.

South Head and Around
Lunch and Ice Cream Run
Departs Cossie Club
at 10.00am

RIC: Wayne Larsen

Mobile: 021 02828442
Home: 09 4768071

Note: Ride and destination change
December 4th. It's the 1st Thursday of the month so don't forget it's the North Harbour Ulysses general meeting night at the North Shore Cosmopolitan Club.  Meals available from 5.30pm.  Reservations Here
Coromandel Town
Coromandel Overnight
After overwhelming  response at NH Ulysses dinner night, the Abbey Court Motel is completely booked prior to publicising this event in the newsletter.  We don't want anyone to miss out so I have included a list of accommodation situated close to the township, for those who wish to book their own place to stay. We will ride together and all meet up for Saturday night.  Email Nigel to advise if you are attending this ride.
Coromandel TOP 10 Holiday Park 
636 Rings Rd, Coromandel
07-866 8830

Admirals Arms Hotel,
146 Wharf Rd, Coromandel 3506 
07-866 7992 

Coromandel Court Motel
365 Kapanga Rd, Coromandel
07-866 8402 
Coromandel Colonial Cottage Motel
1737 Rings Rd, Coromandel,
07-866 8857 

6th and 7th

Departs Papakura Service Centre on Saturday at 10.00 a.m.
Coromandel Overnight
Let Nigel know if you are attending this overnighter so arrangements can be made for Saturday night.
RIC:  Nigel Scott
Email:  Click Here

Mob: 021 2447724
Home: 09 4283714

Last ride of the year.
John's Manukau Coastal Cruise
Departs Manukau Cruising Club at 10.00am
Bring along a picnic lunch
RIC: John Heebink

Mobile: 021 1285806
Home: 09 810 9160
December 17th.  It's the 3rd Wednesday of the month so it's North Shore dinner night at Mad Dogs and Englishman, Link Drive.  Reservations Here. or below.  Absolutely essential to book with Wayne as it is the Annual Christmas Dinner. 
December 17th.  North Harbour Ulysses Christmas Dinner .
Reservations with meal choice essential to Wayne Painter


Pick Your own Destination
Departs North Shore Cossie Club at 10.00am

65 Paul Mathews Drive,


Pick Your own Destination
Departs North Shore Cossie Club at 10.00am

65 Paul Mathews Drive,


Raglan Run for Lunch
Departs Papakura Service Centre at 10.00am

RIC: Peter Zaloum
Mobile: 021 1807840
Home: 09 4190725
January 21st.  It's the 3rd Wednesday of the month so it's North Shore dinner night at Mad Dogs and Englishman, Link Drive.  Reservations Here. 

Pick Your own Destination
Departs North Shore Cossie Club at 10.00am

65 Paul Mathews Drive,
Waihi Beach RSA Lunch Run
Departs Papakura Service Centre at 10.00am
RIC: Peter Hyde
Mobile:  021 997926 

February 5th. It's the 1st Thursday of the month so don't forget it's the North Harbour Ulysses general meeting night at the North Shore Cosmopolitan Club.  Meals available from 5.30pm.  Reservations Here

Waitangi Weekend
West Coast Beaches Run.

Departs North Shore Cossie Club at 10.00am
RIC: David McAnulty
Mobile: 0211844100
Home: 098109798
Short ride

February 15th Sunday.  
Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust Ride.

February 18th.  It's the 3rd Wednesday of the month so it's North Shore dinner night at Mad Dogs and Englishman, Link Drive.  Reservations Here. 

Paeroa Battle of the Streets.
Departs North Shore Cossie Club at 9.30am

Meet and ride as a group or make your own way there.



March 5th. It's the 1st Thursday of the month so don't forget it's the North Harbour Ulysses general meeting night at the North Shore Cosmopolitan Club.  Meals available from 5.30pm.  Reservations Here

The Deck Cafe Cruise
Whangarei Heads

Departs Dairy Flat Service Centre at 10.00am
RIC: David McAnulty
Mobile: 021 1844100
Home: 09 8109798
March 14th - 15th
Overnight staying at Omapere Copthorne Resort.
Waiting for confirmation but keep the date free.
March 18th.  It's the 3rd Wednesday of the month so it's North Shore dinner night at Mad Dogs and Englishman, Link Drive.  Reservations Here. 

for Whitebait Fritters

Departs Papakura Service Centre at 10.00am
RIC: Paul Morrison
Mobile: 021 909350
Home: 4203247
Extra Long



Pizza Barn, Waipu

Departs Dairy Flat Service Centre at 10.00am
RIC: Nigel Scott
Mobile: 021 2447724
Home: 09 428 3714
Dave's Midweek Wednesday Rides
RIC: Dave Moore
Mobile: 027 3225599
Home: 09 4451540
Are you free to ride Midweek?
Why not join Dave on Wednesday's
Departs NS Cossie Club at 11.00am
Destination decided on the day.
These rides are proving very popular.
Highlight your calendar with these upcoming rides or events.

North Harbour Ulysses will be holding a weekend poker run, in May.  More information coming soon...........
Northern Odyssey
Click Here for Information & Registration Form for the inaugural Northern Odyssey to be run by Waikato Branch over summer,
commencing on Boxing Day.
Check out the CAMS website – and click on the yellow Southern Classic Festival logo, this will link you through to the SCF page with relevant links to rider registration form, supplementary regulation details and links for all our supportive sponsors!! 
Click here for printable registration form for Auckland Rally
 Okataina Rally 19-21 June 2015.

Due to the imminent closure of Okataina Camp this will be the last ever Okataina Rally.

Click here for registration form.
Members stuff For Sale.  

For Sale
Suzuki Boulevard Saddlebags and Rider and Pillion Seats.  Also available original exhaust.  Phone Rini on 0272790864
Why? Why? Why?

Why is a person who plays the piano called a pianist, but a person who drives a race car is not called a racist?

If love is blind, why is lingerie so popular?


Why do they sterilize the needle for lethal injections?

Why do we press harder on the remote control when we know the batteries are getting flat?
Doctor: "What seems to be the problem today?"
Patient: "Doc, I've got the farts. I mean I fart all the time,"
The Doctor nods, "Hmm."
Patient: "My farts do not stink and you can't hear them. It's just that I fart all the time. Look, we've been talking here for about 10 minutes and I've farted five times."
"Hmm," says the Doctor, as he picks up his pad and writes out a prescription.
The patient is thrilled "Thank you Doc. This prescription, will it really clear up my farts?"
"No," sighs the Doctor, "The prescription is to clear your sinuses, it stinks like a fermented diaper in here. Next week I want you back here for a hearing test." 
D'y'wanna ride . . .?
One day a 12-year old boy was walking down the street when a car pulled up
beside him and the window was wound down.

"I'll give you a bag of lollies if you get in the car", said the male driver.

"No way, get stuffed", replied the boy.

How about a bag of lollies and £10?" asked the driver.

"No way," replied the irritated youngster.

"What about a bag of lollies and FIFTY quid, eh?" quizzed the driver, still rolling slowly to keep up with the walking boy.

"No, I'm not getting in the ******* car!" answered the boy.

"OK, I know what you want - I'll give you £100 and a bag of lollies," the driver offered.

"NO," screamed the boy.

"What will it take to get you into the car?" asked the driver with a long sigh.

The boy replied: "Listen Dad, you bought the Skoda - you live with it!!"
Why God gave them Camels...Click to view
Confucius did not say...
"Man who want pretty nurse, must be patient."

"Squirrel who runs up woman's leg will not find nuts."

"War does not determine who is right, it determines who is left"
A pirate walked into a bar, and the publican said,
"Hey, I haven't seen you in a while. What happened? You look terrible."

"What do you mean?" said the pirate, "I feel fine."

"What about the wooden leg? You didn't have that before."

"Well," said the pirate, "We were in a battle, and I got hit with a cannon ball, but I'm fine now."

The publican replied, "Well, OK, but what about that hook?  
What happened to your hand?"

The pirate explained, "We were in another battle. I boarded a ship and got into a sword fight. My hand was cut off. I got fitted with a hook but I'm fine, really."

"What about that eye patch?"

"Oh," said the pirate, "One day we were at sea, and a flock of birds flew over. I looked up, and one of them shit in my eye."

"You're kidding," said the publican. 
"You couldn't lose an eye just from bird shit - surely."

"It was my first day with the hook." 

A man, getting along in years, finds that he is unable to perform sexually. He finally goes to his doctor who tries a few things, but nothing seems to work. Finally, as a last hope, the doctor refers him to an African medicine man....
The medicine man says, 'I can cure this.'

With that said, he throws a white powder into a flame, and there is a flash with billowing blue smoke. Then he says, This is powerful healing but you can only use it once a year. All you have to do is say '123,' and it shall rise for as long as you wish!'

The man then asks, 'What happens when it's over, and I don't want to continue?'

The medicine man replies, 'When your partner can take no more sex all she has to say is '1234', and it will then go down. But be warned, it will not rise again for another year.'

The old gent rushes home, anxious to try out his new powers. That night he showers, shaves and smothers himself in aftershave.

He slides into bed, cuddles up to his wife, says '123' and suddenly he has the best stiffie ever, just as the medicine man promised.

His wife turns over and asks, 'What did you say'123 for?"
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