Tasmanians who like motorcycle adventure stories are in for a treat at the end of October.
Heather Ellis is running a free talk and slide show on her solo African run. She rode from the southern tip of the dark continent almost to Morocco. She did it alone in the early 1990s. No back up at all, no phone, just Heather. She wrote a book called UBUNTU about her journey.
Ron Fellows, another motorcycling legend will attend too. In 2012 Ron rode a 102 year old motorcycle from Nepal to Belgium. Ron and his wife Lynne wrote NO ROOM FOR WATERMELONS about his adventure.
Heather’s free talk and slide show will be at the Soho Hotel in Hobart on Saturday, October 28 at 1.30 pm.