We started in Tweed Heads and it took us 5 days to ride to Woolgoolga, probably averaging about 80 or 90 km per day. For most of the trip we were able to take little-used back roads. If you're thinking of doing this ride, avoid the highway, especially the single-carriageway parts.
... Bob the trailer, that is. This is the kitchen area at the slightly feral macadamia plantation near Murwillumbah where we camped on the first night.
Late morning on day two. From left to right we see Sue (chief ride planner), Bob (the other Bob - not the trailer), and Trevor (just the one). It's really hilly around here, so be prepared to travel a fair bit slower than average. It's very picturesque though.
Trevor, Moulton and Bob-trailer in action.
Somewhere south of Alstonville. Still very pretty, but getting less hilly.
Not far from Coraki. Looks like they grow 3 things around here - sugarcane, soy beans (pictured) and tea tree (for oil, just up the road).
Sort of in the middle of nowhere (between Coraki and Whiporie), but a great spot to camp. See the Forest Glen Organic Farm website for details.
The final stretch - across the range between Glenreagh and Woolgoolga.