Home » Notes from the Road » ‘Miss H, Queen of the Harleys’

‘Miss H, Queen of the Harleys’

 I’ve  always said ‘I just have to work out a way to earn a living out of riding motorcycles’.
A ‘position vacant’ notice caught my eye as I was walked past a community notice board on the way into the IGA – a fabulously well stocked and reasonably priced super market located in the Yulara shopping centre.
Uluru Motorcycle Tours
We require casual riders of our Harley Davidson Motorcycle Tours
If you have a full motorcycle licence and would like to be paid to ride a Harley contact Lance.
‘H’ endorsement required.
I figured I would qualify for the position 1/ I have a full motorcycle licence 2/ I ride a Harley and 3/ I’m already a ‘H’!!
 I rang the number and after a brief chat I went and metLance and checked out some of his toys.
I can see myself on the trike. I had visions of ‘Priscilla Queen of the Desert ‘ or  ‘Miss H, Queen of the Harleys’
the big green machine - trike

the big green machine – trike

the ad that caught my eye

the ad that caught my eye

About Heather

I’m free spirited by nature with a gypsy soul. I’ve never really been content to stay in the one place. There’s just too much to see and do in what really is a short life (when you think about it in the big picture). My mission is to experience as much as I can. To live not just exist. Growing up I always said I was going to be an old lady riding around on a Harley Davidson with purple rinse in my hair. So far one out of three isn’t bad. I’m taking a break, loading up the Fat Bob, hitching up ‘the trailer’ for some nomadic adventures around Australia. I’ve given away and sold off most of my possessions (a very liberating experience). The rest has gone into storage. Find Out More »

Leave a Reply