Jinba Ittai - The Oneness of Horse and Rider
CAMS Permit No.No: 219/0206/08
We leave McDonalds Windsor at 7.00am and drive up the Putty Road to a place not visited by the BreakFast Club before. Our breakfast will be at "The Two Fat Blokes Gourmet Kitchen" near Pokolbin. It's then on to the "Kingfisher Café" at Blueys Beach, travelling through Branxton. Glendon Brook, East Gresford, Dungog, Stroud, Booral, Crawford River, Bulahdelah and Mayers Flat.
It wouldn't be right to miss out on "Wootton Way" , so we head back towards Bulahdelah to have two shots at the mountain. Once we have fulfilled the dream of the "Nurbushring" we head for the "Munchies Café" at Karuah. We will then say our goodbyes and head for home. Some may want to take the scenic route whilst others may opt for the Motorway and the quickest route home.
This is the BreakFast Club run you do not want to miss. Great scenery, fabulous roads, as many twists and turns you could ever possibly wish for. Challenging, Technical, an adrenal rush to keep you focused. Do the run at your own pace, breath-in the fresh country air, have your spirits lifted to another stratosphere. Be at one with the beast that you have become a part of.
Embrace Jinba Ittai - Just like the symbiotic relationship developed over time by a horse and rider—Jinba Ittai—driving the MX-5 Miata feels like a natural extension of your being. ... A horse and rider communicate through tactile response. The horse adjusts its gait to allow the archer to release his arrow.