Lake Gairdner is one of Australia's largest salt lakes and in March it's also the home to Speed Week, a race that sees cars, motorcycles and trucks tear across the salt flats in a flash of speed and steel.
Each year, Frank Samson and Corinna Steeb, Prancing Pony's founders, are among those who head out to defend – and possibly set – their own record.
Before that week kicks off each year, the Adelaide Hills brewery plays host to Blues, Beers & Bikes: Totness' biggest motorbike festival.
More than 500 are expected to be on display this year, along with the sounds of Dave Blight (former harmonic player for Cold Chisel) and Mick Kidd, who'll be playing the blues from 2pm.
Corinna will display her Royal Enfield GT – named Mrs Moore after the character in A Passage To India – on the weekend so that you can check out the modifications on the bike that's clocked up a speed of 110.408mph. We've heard they might even start it inside the brewery...