Lotus Photos: December’s Tyre Kick at Kokoda Cafe

Club Lotus December 2021 Tyre Kick & Coffee

On Sunday the 19th of December, 2021, a die-hard crew of Club Lotus Australia members got together at Kokoda Cafe in Rhodes for the last Tyre Kick of the year. Scroll along, and enjoy a few photos from the morning.

Lotus Photos: LOST Fraternity Christmas Run to Awaba

LOST Fraternity Christmas Run

Images thanks to Jack McLaughlin On Sunday the 12th of December, 2021, the LOST Fraternity took a quick run to Awaba for their last outing of 2021. LOST Fraternity shepherd Jack McLaughlin has very kindly sent through some photos of the day, which you can enjoy below.

Ashton’s President’s Prattle for December, 2021

Lotus Eleven

Well, happy Christmas everyone! I very much hope you and yours enjoy a restful break after another difficult year. Caroline and I have decided to take three weeks off over the end of the year, and go and be hermits somewhere other than Sydney. So, if you are trying to get hold of us, don’t be surprised if there is … Read More

Lotus Photos: LOST Fraternity’s November Breakfast Run to Awaba

LOST Fraternity Awabe Run November 2021

Images thanks to Jack McLaughlin On Sunday, the 14th of November 2021, our friends in the LOST Fraternity crew took a run to Awaba for coffee, breakfast and a catch-up. Scroll along and enjoy a few photos from the day thanks to Jack McLaughlin. The LOST Fratenity (Lotus or Similar Thoroughbreds) catch up once or twice a month for a … Read More

Lotus Photos: October 2021’s Return to Tyre Kicking

October 2021 CLA Tyre Kick & Coffee

On Sunday the 17th of October, 2021, with vaccinations in place and Sydney slowly returning to life, we ventured out, bleary eyed, into the outside world, meeting in the car park above By the Bay Cafe in Carss Park to kick tyres, caffeinate and catch up after many months of COVID-19 lockdown. With our usual third Sunday of the month … Read More

Ashton’s President’s Prattle for September, 2021


Yes, it’s already September. And the elephant in the room is that September is likely to be more of the same for the majority of us, so my thoughts are with you all. This month’s column is therefore more of a musing than usual, as we continue to learn how to navigate uncertain waters individually and collectively.