Type Name   Start Description Distance(km)
Locale   State  
BPD Dirty MTB Duffy Shops

A nice semi technical MTB ride.

Stop at Greenway for coffee if you have time


35/35 ACT
BP Canberra Parliamentary Triangle Dickson, Cnr Woolley & Cape St

A 50km ride around Lake Burley Griffin and through the parliamentary triangle to the Old Parliament House and Parliament House.  Mostly bike paths and on-road cycle lanes.

This is a photo tour. Checkpoints are photo stops. Take a photo, and enter the time in the brevet card.

There are plenty of cafes (and a brewery) enroute if you have time for coffee, or a beer.

50/50 ACT
BP Intercity 50 Cenotaph, Hobart

Start Location; Intercity Cycleway, 1 McVilly Drive, Hobart, Tasmania 7000


Starting at Hobart Cenotaph and out and back course on the Inter-City Cycleway. Turnaround at the end of the cycle way. Continue on to Taroona, turn around point is just past the Old Taroona Pub. Plenty of coffee shops and supply places on this flat and easy 50.

50/50 TAS
BP Richmond 50 Sorell Banjo’s Bakery

Richmond 50 - Start in Sorell and do a loop around to Tea Tree, into Richmond, and back to Sorell.


Distance: 51.6 km

Elevation: 525 m

Start: Sorell Banjo’s Bakery

Finish: Sorell Banjo’s Bakery

33 Gordon St, Sorell TAS 7172


CONTROL: Richmond shops or bakeries | Public Toilets up lane on right – 37 km

50/50 TAS
BP Geeveston 50 DS Coffee House

Geeveston 50 – Huonville to Geeveston and back with a bit of a climb at the far end.


Distance: 51.8 km

Elevation: 780 m

Start: DS Coffee House

Finish: DS Coffee House

12 Main St, Huonville TAS 7109


CONTROL: Geeveston shops – 21.8 km

50/50 TAS
BP Pub to Pinnacle Salamanca Place Hobart

Start Location; Salamanca Place Hobart, Tasmania 7000 Australia


This 50 km ride starts at the famous Salamanca market. From here you follow some quieter roads out of the Hobart CBD, onto the lovely Hobart Rivulet Track which is only a few km from the CBD but is a full-on bushland setting (some easy unsealed sections), and then the Mount Wellington pinnacle will be in full view in front of you. The climb is tough and relentless, but the views along the way, and from the top are unforgettable. Be fully prepared for all seasons in one day. The weather on the pinnacle can change suddenly. You can get water in the Wellington Park BBQ facilities directly across from the Ferntree Tavern, further along at The Springs (740m ASL), and further along at The Chalet (1000m ASL) as well as toilet facilities at the very top (1,200m ASL). Be very careful of the narrow mountain road (Pillinger Drive) with often heavy tourist traffic. Descend precipitously back to Ferntree, and further on turn right into Chimney Pot Road, heading towards aptly named Ridgeway, then a further precipitous drop along the also aptly named Waterworks Road. From here you are taken through parts of Battery Point and the Hobart docks before returning to Salamanca for a well earnt beer at one of the many local pubs. Because of the numerous turns it is strongly suggested you take some form of GPS if you are not familiar with the ride. Bonne route. 


  1. Mt Wellington
  2. Hobart
50/50 TAS
BP CIY OF LIGHTS Deep Water Point

follows the Swan river around to take in Fremantle & Perth back to Deep water Point. Quiet roads and cyclepaths

51/50 WA
BP Nouveau Une Hadspen TAS

Start Location; IGA, Hadspen, 37 Winifred Jane Cres, Hadspen TAS 7290

A social ride to finish the Audax year, and the first step to the easiest Audax award, the Nouveau Randonneur

52/50 TAS
BP Boggy Creek Boogie 50 Km Port Campbell

Along the Great Ocean Road from Port Campbell to Peterborough to view the spectacular Bay of Islands coastline, then home via the Boggy Creek Pub at Curdievale.

53/50 VIC
BP Timboon Twist 50 Km Port Campbell

A trip from Port Campbell inland to Timboon, then back down towards Peterborough to return along the Great Ocean Road coast.

55/50 VIC
BPD Dirty MTB Duffy Shops

Full on single track for much of this ride.

70/70 ACT
BPG Colin Thiele Triangle Ride #2 Kapunda

Exploring the country side through the middle of the Colin Thiele Triangle. Colin, when in High School, used to live at Julia, north-west of Eudunda. He would ride his bike down to Hampden, then jump on the train which would take him down through the middle of this triangle to the High School at Kapunda. The High School still operates, but can you spot the relics of the old rail line on your ride?!

Visit the little hamlets of Hamilton and Tarnma on your merry way. You might be lucky to see some-body tp sign your card, If not enter your time, but do not sign.

There are no shops, so take plenty of food. Water available at Tarnma, as per info icon on map.

72km   663m climbing   Audax time: 5hr 46min

72/50 Other
BP Mountain River Meander Mountain River Hall

Start Location;

Mountain River Hall
corner of Mountain River & Dip Road
Mountain River, Tasmania 7109



  1. Huonville
  2. Cygnet
  3. Mountain River
100/100 TAS
BP Boot Ride By Rossi Kingston

A nice ride East of Canberra and Queanbeyan.

Passing by the locality of Rossi (pronounced Ross Eye apparently).

Cafes a plenty at Bungendore.

100/100 ACT
BP Centenary Century #3 Duffy Shops

Tuggeranong, Googong and Burra

100/100 ACT
BP Meeniyan Glen Alvie Recreation Reserve

Scenic easy ride , quiet roads and includes rail trail from Koonwarra to Meeniyan.

100/100 VIC
BP Beaches 100K 33 Gordon St Sorell

Start Location; Banjo's Bakery 33 Gordon Street Sorell, Tasmania 7172 Australia


Ride from the Banjo’s Bakery in Sorell to Opossum Bay, travelling past scenic beaches and coastal views along the way including Seven Mile Beach, Roches Beach, Lauderdale, South Arm and Opossum Bay. 


  1. Opossum Bay at 51.5 km. The turn-around point on the map is at Opossum Bay shop and post office.
  2. Banjo's Bakery, Sorell at 100.5 km, time limit 6H40
100/100 TAS
BP Derwent 100 Cenotaph, Hobart

Start Location; Intercity Cycleway 1 McVilly Drive Hobart, Tasmania 7000 Australia


A route for those of us who who like to avoid hills. A mixture of cycle paths, main roads and highways. Starting at Hobart Cenotaph and out on the Inter-City Cycleway, joining the Lyell Highway at Granton and continuing until just past New Norfolk (coffee shops, MacDonalds and multiple other fast and slow food options at New Norfolk. Return to Hobart back the way you came, a loop out to Taroona and back. 

100/100 TAS
BP Dover Delight Huonville, Tasmania

Start Location; Huonville, Tasmania 7109 Australia



  1. Dover
  2. Port Huon
  3. Huonville
100/100 TAS

Start at the Mandurah train station taking the farmland quiet backroads towards Pinjarra. The short sharp climb up North Spear Rd gives us great views across the scarp & Alcoa refinary. The old timber town of Dwellingup has several cafes, shop or the pub to cater for your needs.The next bit is the fun section with more down hill than up as you are coming back down to the flat lands. If you have time to spare, stop and look over the bridge at the longest conveyer belt in the southern hemisphere! DelPark Roadhouse brings you to the bottom of the scarp & Lakes rd with its flat road back to mandurah. Tailwind home will have a big smile on your face, headwind home & its a little challenging with no where to hide. 

101/100 WA
BP Nouveau Deux IGA Hadspen

Start Location;

IGA, Hadspen
37 Winifred Jane Cresent
Hadspen, Tasmania 7290



  1. Cressy at 50.4 km
  2. Hadspen at 100 km, time limit 6H40                
102/100 TAS
BP Tidbinbilla Filla Duffy


102/100 ACT

Circular circut of the Peel Inlet. lots of coastal views along the bike path. Coastal views to Estuary views to views of the dairy farms. The flattest 100 in the whole of the universe!!!

102/100 WA
BP Bushy Park or Bust Cornelian Bay Hobart

Start Location; Queens Walk Cornelian Bay Hobart, Tasmania 7000 Australia



  1. Bushy Park
  2. Colinsvale
  3. Cornelian Bay
102/100 TAS
BP Great Southern Lands 100 Southlands Mawson


103/100 ACT
BP Around Lake George in a Day Bywong

Start intersection of Hadlow Drive and Shingle Hill Way, Bywong.

103/100 ACT
BP Snowy Epic 100 Khancoban

Mountainous route. 

Alpine areas traversed so take precautions in colder months - ie: don't do it then!

103/100 ACT
BP Loop de Loop Cenotaph, Hobart

Cycle from Hobart up the Cycleway to Bridgewater and Brighton. Then make your way up and over to Richmond and around to Midway Point. Pay a little visit to Seven Mile Beach and then back to Hobart again. 

Start/Finish: McVilly’s Drive, Start of the Cycleway. Elevation: 860 metres. 


  1. Brighton (Bakery or TakeAway, corner of Brighton Rd & Andrew St) – 26 km
  2. Richmond (Richmond Bakery or other shop) – 44 km
  3. Midway Point (Caltex Star Mart Service Station) – 71 km
  4. McVilly’s Drive, Start of the Cycleway - 100 km, time limit 6H40
103/100 TAS

One of the Flatest 100's your ever ride! Clockwise around the Peel Inlet with great views of farmland, scarp, Coast & Ocean. Very nice Costal Path back into Mandurah

103/100 WA
BP Loch Picnic Loch

Scenic, hilly ride on quiet backroads.


103/100 VIC
BP Canberra Seven Peaks Acton Ferry Terminal

A lap of Canberra's nearby peaks.

10 climbs with a total over 1600 metres of climbing.

105/100 ACT
BP Channel Circuit Dru Point Margate

Start Location; Dru Point Margate, Tasmania 7054 Australia



  1. Cygnet
  2. Margate
106/100 TAS
BP Centenary Century #1 Duffy Shops

An Out'n back ride through the Tidbinbillas.

108/100 ACT
BPD Dirt 110 - Centenary Trail Duffy Shops

A somewhat shorter dirt ride on the ACT Centenary Trail.
Distance 110km. Cuts off some of the non dirt parts in Tuggeranong.
Still a challenging ride.

110/100 ACT
BP Cobden Can Can 100 Km Port Campbell

Along the Great Ocean Road from Port Campbell to Peterborough to view the spectacular Bay of Islands coastline, to the Boggy Creek Pub at Curdievale, then up to Timboon and the fabulous bakery at Cobden before returning to Port Campbell.

114/100 VIC

TRIM THE CAT lll Day 6

114/100 WA
BP Petit Ash Dash Parliment Square

Start Location;

Parliament Square
Hobart, Tasmania 7000


  1. Huonville
  2. Cygnet
  3. Hobart
117/100 TAS
BP Bruny Lighthouse Dash Bruny Is Ferry Terminal

Start Location;

ferry terminal
Bruny Island ferry terminal
Lennon Rd
North Bruny, Tasmania 7150


  • Lighthouse: (60km) - opens: 2h, closes: 4h.
  • Alonnah: (84km) - opens: 2h48, closes: 5h36.
  • Ferry: (120km) - opens 4h0, closes: 8h0.
120/100 TAS
BP Something Fishy Omeo

To Bairnsdale with shops at Fish Creek and Ensay.

121/100 VIC


124/100 WA
BPD Centenary Trail Dirt/MTB 125km Duffy Shops

Audax permanent covering the Centenary Trail with a couple of modifications to delete  irrelevant loops and keep the distance reasonable. Total time allowed at 10kmh is 12.5 hours.

Mix of surfaces including single track, fire trails, bike paths and roads.

It's a tough day in the saddle.


125/100 ACT
BP Great Ocean Road 150 Km Anglesea

From Anglesea to Apollo Bay and return along the Great Ocean Road

150/150 VIC
BP Bushy Park 150 Cenotaph, Hobart

Start Location;

Intercity Cycleway
1 McVilly Drive
Hobart, Tasmania 7000

A route for those of us who who like to avoid hills. A mixture of cycle paths, main roads and highways.Take the Intercity Cycle way to Granton, Lyell Highway to New Norfolk, then out to Busy Park. Cross the Derwent at Bushy park return to New Norfolk and past the Norsk Skog paper mill to Granton on the northern side. Rejoin the cycle way to the Cenotaph then a return leg to Taroona and Bonnet Hill. 

150/150 TAS
BP Warrnambool Waltz 150 Km Port Campbell

Along the Great Ocean Road from Port Campbell to Peterborough to view the spectacular Bay of Islands coastline, then to Warrnambool via the whale nursery, a return visit to the Boggy Creek Pub and Timboon rounds out the ride.

152/150 VIC
BP Drouin Flat 150 Drouin Railway Station

Easy, flat, fast circuit, country roads and water views aroud Warneet and Tooradin

153/150 VIC
BP Ring Around Rosegarland Margate

Ring Around Rosegarland – 160 km | 1785 metres elevation



Start/Finish: Margate BP Service Station or Banjos Bakery

1718 Channel Hwy, Margate TAS 7054


Control: New Norfolk at 104.2 km

Any shop or café



Riders will start in Margate and pay a little visit to Kingston Beach before cycling into Hobart and out to New Norfolk. From there they will do a "ring around Rosegarland” and back to New Norfolk.  And then it is simply a return to Hobart, up and over Bonnet Hill, and a quick dash to Margate again.

160/160 TAS

Starting at Deep Water Point you head down to Mandura using the PSP. Refuel then head back along the coast, enjoying the costal views and cool sea breese. Rockingham has lots of cafe's to choice from, pick any your choice. Through the industrail ares of Henderson, you may see a ship being built! before you know it your in Fremantle. Following the river around back to Deep Water Point

160/160 WA
BP Hint of Hadspen Hike III Hadspen IGA

 Start: Hadspen IGA


Finish: Hadspen IGA

37 Winifred Jane Crescent

Hadspen, Tasmania 7290


the third in a set of three permanents that take in most of the Hadspen Hike 600K route in three easily manageable distances. This is a new perm which consists of a tour of the Tamar Valley.



160/150 TAS
BP Nouveau Trois Hadspen IGA

Nouveau Trois – new and improved Nouveau Trois route! This is the route which we will be using for the calendar Nouveau Trois route.

Riders will climb toward Deloraine and beyond before returning on quiet country road to Hadspen.


Distance: 160.8 km

Elevation: 1238 metres

Start: Hadspen IGA

Finish: Hadspen IGA

37 Winifred Jane Crescent

Hadspen, Tasmania 7290


160/160 TAS
BP Hint of Hadspen Hike I Latrobe, Tas

Description: Starting in East Devonport, a stone's throw from the Spirit of Tasmania, and following a portion of the Hadspen Hike 600K route out to Wynyard and back.


Start/Finish: East Devonport Parking Lot/Shop/Café

71 Wright St, East Devonport TAS 7310


Control 1: Wynyard Shops/Cafes. 88.2 km

Control 2: Penguin Shops/Cafes. 123.5 km 

161/160 TAS
BP Nouveau Trois old Hadspen, IGA

IGA, Hadspen
37 Winifred Jane Cresent
Hadspen, Tasmania 7290

A social ride to finish the Audax year, and the third step to the easiest Audax award, the Nouveau Randonneur


161/160 TAS
BP Maydena Century Station St, Moonah

Start/Finish: 23 Station Street, Moonah, Tasmania (Station Street Public Car Park)



82.5 km Maydena – any shop

132.1 km New Norfolk – any shop on High Street



Maydena Century following the Derwent and Styx River valleys

162/150 TAS
BP Historical Midlands Tour Ross Bakery

Description: Riders start in the historical town of Ross and travel north to the next historical town on the tour, Campbell Town. From there it's on to Longford, around to Bishopsbourne, and Cressy. Finally riders return to Campbell Town and Ross. A Tasmanian Flat century.


Start/Finish: Ross Bakery

15 Church St, Ross TAS 7209


Control 1: Longford Shops/Cafes, try JJ’s Bakery. 69.6 km

Control 2: Cressy Roadhouse. 98.9 km

164/160 TAS
BP Exeter Double Century Exeter

corner of Frankford Road and West Tarmar Hwy
Exeter, Tasmania 7270


This is a lovely country figure of eight starting, looping, and finishing in Exeter. The first loop goes south past Westbury, then heading north back to Exeter and right up past Gorge Town before finally back to Exeter again.


  1. Cluan
  2. Greens Beach, Low Head
  3. Exeter
200/200 TAS
BP Follow the Hollowtree Rd Cornelian Bay

Cornelian Bay sportsground
New Town, Tasmania 7008


This 200 km ride takes in both sides of the River Derwent, following the Hollow Tree Road to the highlands town of Bothwell. 


  1. Bothwell
  2. Hobart
200/200 TAS
BP Hint of Hadspen Hike II Hadspen, IGA

Hadspen IGA
37 Winifred Jane Cresent
Hadspen, Tasmania 7290


Headquartering in Hadspen and heading out over hills and hollows in Northern Tasmania. Just a hint of what to expect on the Hadspen Hike 600K. Elevation: 1,700 metres. 


  1. Shearwater - 83 km
  2. Spreyton - 114
  3. Deloraine - 165 km
  4. Hadspen - 200 km, time limit 13H20
200/200 TAS
BP Le Grand Rouleur 200 As chosen

Any 2 consecutive Le Grand Rouleur 100k rides

200/200 VIC
BP Macquarie Plains Double Century Campbell town

This 210 km ride takes in some of quite farming country side in the Tasmanian midlands. Starting and finishing in Campbell Town there are plenty of shops & public toilet. Going through historic Longlford, and Westbury, there are great bakeries.


  1. Westbury
  2. Campbell Town
200/200 TAS
BP Riverbank Ramble Kingston

This 200 km ride takes you out and back along a very popular cycling route over Bonnet Hill and alongside the bustling Hobart wharves, up the Intercity Cycleway, then along one side of the River Derwent to New Norfolk. Coming back is a challenging climb through Colinsvale then rejoining the same route back to Kingston.


  1. Westerway
  2. New Norfolk
  3. Kingston
200/200 TAS
BP Riverbank Ramble II Rosny


  1. Westerway
  2. Brighton
  3. Hobart
200/200 TAS
BP Waddamana Gravel Grinder Ouse


  1. Bothwell
  2. Miena
  3. Ouse
200/200 TAS
BP Lavers Hill Polka Dot Polka 200 Km Port Campbell

The Alpine of the Otways.  Three major climbs from Port Campbell, Lavers Hill from the west to Beech Forest, then along Turtons Track before rocketing down to the coast at Apollo Bay.  Climbs of Cape Otway and Lavers Hill from the east back to Port Campbell complete the circuit.

201/200 VIC
BP Border Patrol Acton

This ride tries to circumnavigate the ACT with a mix of mountains, urban and grazing land.

201/200 ACT
BP Capital Criss Cross Braddon ACT


201/200 ACT

TRIM THE CAT lll Day 4

201/200 WA
BP Not Really Flat II Cenotaph, Hobart

If anyone can come up with a 200km route in southern Tasmania with less climbing we'd like to hear from you! 

Follow the Intercity Cycleway then onto Main Rd and the Brooker Hwy to Granton then up the Derwent Valley. Keep the River Derwent on your right side all the way to the bridge at Plenty then do a U turn and retrace your tracks back to the roundabout at Granton then turn left onto the Bridgewater Bridge. Carefully follow some backroads to come out at Brighton then turn right onto Andrew Rd which becomes the Tea Tree Road. Briefly turn right onto Colebrook Rd then left onto Fingerpost Road over to the Tasman Hwy. Come off the highway to avoid Sorrel and come back out at Midway Point back onto the Tasman Hwy. Watch out for the cycle path soon after the roundabout to avoid the highway across the causeway. After briefly rejoining the highway turn left to go around the back of Hobart airport to Seven Mile Beach. A few more back roads and you come out onto South Arm Road. Turn left and you eventually get to Oppossum Bay where you do another U-turn and follow South Arm Road all the way back to Bellerive. Watch out for another cycle path to keep you off the highway for a bit. In Bellerive you get onto another cycle path, across Kangaroo Bay and into the Rosny College carpark. Follow some more suburban roads then onto the Tasman Bridge and back to the start.

Checkpoints (sign youself at each point):

  1. Plenty bridge
  2. Brighton
  3. Oppossum Bay
  4. Hobart
201/200 TAS
BP Wattle Valley Two Step Day 1 Hall Village, ACT

Can be ridden as one day or paired with Wattle Valley Two Step day 2.

Hall, Yass, Boorowa, Harden, Cootamundra

201/200 ACT
BP Great Ocean Road 200 Km Anglesea

From Anglesea via Deans Marsh to Lorne and Apollo Bay, then back along the Great Ocean Road.

202/200 VIC

TRIM THE CAT lll Day 7

202/200 WA
BP Bluff to Cape Devonport

corner of Steele St & Formby Rd
Devonport, Tasmania 7310



  1. Latrobe
  2. Wynyard
  3. Ulverstone
  4. Devonport
202/200 TAS
BP I'll take the high road Cenotaph, Hobart

Intercity Cycleway
1 McVilly Drive
Hobart, Tasmania 7000


Traveling across the Tasman Bridge to Midway Point to Penna Road, then the A3 to Runymede, then following the C312 all the way to Oatlands. Returning the same way to avoid the traffic, for an all up round trip of 200 km by the time you have added detours for lunch and coffee stops. Apart from Rosny, Midway Point and Oatlands, there are no shops along the way. Water is available at Woodsdale and Parattah.


  1. Woodsdale
  2. Oatlands
  3. Woodsdale
  4. Hobart
202/200 TAS
BP Northern Loop 200 Duffy Shops


203/200 ACT

TRIM THE CAT lll PERTH TO BUNBURY staying as close to the ocean as possible

203/200 WA


203/200 WA
BP Andrews Test Cenotaph, Hobart

brief ride description

203/200 TAS
BP Around Another Bay Cowes

A lap of Philip Island and Westernport Bay.

Park at Stony Point, take a ferry, enjoy a tour of scenic Philip Island and then a trip around the bay.

203/200 VIC
BP Lavers Hill Limbo 200 Km Port Campbell

From Port Campbell a climb of Lavers Hill from the west to Beech Forest and return to Port Campbell.  Then along the Great Ocean Road to Peterborough to view the spectacular Bay of Islands coastline to Nullawarre and home via the Boggy Creek Pub at Curdievale.

204/200 VIC

Starting from Deep Water Point down onto the cycle path until Anketell Rd. Its not long before you are on quiet farm roads, warming the legs up for the first of many climbs. The climb up to the old timber town of Jarrahdale has a few downs too. Mostly in wooded areas once the few farms are past at the start of the climb. The road to Albany Hwy is undulating in an upwards direction? Rolling hills soon get you off the Hwy and again your into some very stunning scenic riding roads, & a dam. A very short distance on Brookton Hwy then its right and your into orchard country, with a few hills thrown in to keep you warm. The top of Patterson rd is a welcome point as its now a fast descent be very carefull. Mundaring Weir Rd is cycling heaven, lots of nice views but you may miss the weir if your fast down the hill. Through Parkerville & into the John Forrest National Park, the road is a little rough but the vistas make up for the bumps. Very fast decent down Greenmount Hill, carefull not to miss the turn off! Some quiet roads back through old Guilford Town then on to the cycle path all the way back to the finish, going past the new stadium & having loads of views of the Swan River & Perth City

204/200 WA
BP Triabunna Loop Hobart

A challenging ride from Hobart to the East Coast. Up the cycleway, over the bridge to Brighton before going cross country to the Tasman Highway. Follow the highway to Triabunna and returning on the same route. Shops and facilities are available at Brighton, Buckland, Orford and Triabunna.


  • Buckland
  • Triabunna
  • Hobart
204/200 TAS
BP Variation on a Theme Cornelian Bay

Taking in the historic towns of Richmond, Bothwell, and New Norfolk and including some of the iconic climbs in the area. Elevation: 2,300 metres. 

Checkpoints (any shop will do):

  1. Richmond - 26 km
  2. Bothwell - 108 km
  3. New Norfolk - 171 km
  4. Cornelian Bay - 204 km, time limit 13H20
204/200 TAS
BP Lovely Lada Vale Eaglehawk Servo

From EagleHawk it takes a nice loop through Collector, Gunning, Jerrawa, Lade Vale and Gundaroo.

205/200 ACT

Starting from the Observation Deck which is in the carpark at the end of South Perth Esplanade, you will have great views of our beautiful city. Short ride around South Perth following the river has you soon onto the cycle path. The first control at Mandurah gives you the first views of the estuary. South of Mandurah you will be treated with lots of ocean views before following the estuary around for a short while. We leave the coast line and head into farming country and quiet roads.Yarloop has a general store where you can get a coffee, its one of the few buildings still standing after the bush fires. More dairy farms on very flat roads soon bring you to Forrest Hwy where hopfully your get a tail wind to push you to the turn off at Buffalo Rd. Your get views of Bunbury harbour & the silos as you get closer and closer to your destination. Bunbury has lots of cafes shops accommadation. Stay a day or two then head back to Perth!

205/200 WA
BP Snowy Epic 200 Jindabyne

A very tough Alpine route. 

Don't attempt in winter.

206/200 ACT
BP 2J LOOP Bayswater Train Station

Bayswater train station following back roads to wine region of the Swan Vally. Fast flat run up GNH to Bullsbrook & then the hills start. The outstanding views take your mind away from the climbing, there are down hills also. Julamar Rd is a cyclist dream or nightmare! 2J for lunch & most hills have been done! Bakers Hill pie shop is great for a coffee n cake. Wooroloo general store great refresher before final few uphills to Chidlow. Just a couple more leg warmers before the fast decent down Greenmount Hill to Midland & Cycle path to the finish

207/200 WA
BP Geelong Jive 200 Km Port Campbell

From Port Campbell to Geelong along the Great Ocean Road.  Get that spinnaker out and catch the south westerly home.

208/200 VIC
BP Port Campbell Promenade 200 Km Geelong

Starting in Geelong the ride follows the Great Ocean Road via Torquay, Anglesea, Lorne, Apollo Bay, Lavers Hill to Port Campbell.

208/200 VIC
BP Great Southern Lands 200 Southlands Mawson


209/200 ACT
BP Jerrawa XXtra Special Hall Village

The XXtrra version of an old favourite - From Hall head through the ‘burbs out to Uriarra Crossing and Mountain Creek Road on to Yass, then Jerrawa, Dalton, Gunning and back via Gundaroo.

209/200 ACT
BP Otway Towns 200 Km Moriac

Starting from Moriac, visit the Otway towns of Birregurra, Gellibrand, Beech Forest, Forrest and Deans Marsh before returning to Moriac. Features a climb of Lavers Hill from the Colac side. Some great eateries along the way.

210/200 VIC

Bayswater train station cycle path to Midland. The scarp starts shortly after up to the very pretty John Forrest National Park. some lumpy bits through Parkaville, Chidlow, Wooroloo & your at the world famous Bakers Hill Pie Shop befor you know it. Small section on Great Eastern Hwy before the turn off to Toodyay & quiet roads again. Toodyay has cafes, bakery & pub but dont stay to long as Julimar Rd awaits & its best done with warm legs! Nice big decent into Bullsbrook, thats the hills done hoorar! Flat fast section on the Great Northern Hwy soon sees you into the Swan Vally Wine Region, before picking up the cycle path back to the finish

210/200 WA
BP Hobart Seven Hills Dash Hobart

Parliament Square
Hobart, Tasmania 7000

This 210 km ride takes in some of the most spectacular climbs south of Hobart, so bring your climbing legs. There are shops at Ranelagh (48km) Huonville (61km), Cygnet (85km and 143km). There are small general stores which may be open at Franklin, Woodbridge and Ferntree and a pub at Longley.


  1. Port Huon
  2. Woodbridge
  3. Cygnet
  4. Hobart
210/200 TAS

Perth to Pinjarra mostly on the PSP. Farmlands & Low volume roads around the Peel Inlet then Ocean view & coastal strip to Mandurah. PSP & tailwinds home to Perth

210/200 WA
BP PEEL AROUND PEEL 2017 Deep Water Point

DWP along the cyclepath to Mandura, hug the coast line until crossing the Peel Estuary, supurb views. Following the estuary around & into farmland. Pictureque Pinjarra & coffee, cakes ect. Head back to Perth first on quiret roads then the Cyclepath, if your lucky your have a tail wind!

211/200 WA
BP Goulburn Classic Eaglehawk Servo


212/200 ACT

Start Clackline Lion Park taking mostly back roads to towns of Northam, Grass Vally, Beverley & York then back to finish. An undulating scenic ride with views of the Avon River & farm lands. 

212/200 WA
BP Crookwell Canter Watson Shops

Out and back - Watson through to Crookwell (half way) and back.

213/200 ACT
BP Boot Ride By Rossi Kingston Shops

As for the Rossi 100 with an extra loop North to Goulburn.

Section of gravel road near Currawang to Collector = 10km.

214/200 ACT
BP Wattle valley Two Step Day 2 Cootamundra NSW

Can be ridden either direction as a single Brevet or paired with Wattle Valley Two Step Day 1

215/200 ACT

Starting next to Swan river before heading down the cycle path & through farm quiet roads to warm the legs up before the hills start. The climb up the first hill through mostly forrested roads has a few down bits also the old timber town of Jarrahdale has cafe at the general store. After control you have a nice big run down into the dam & then a climb out. Check out the water level of the dam! Stop for a photo. Undulating hills now past Prison & Hari Kris retreat, then a great down hill watch out for gravel on corners. Small section on the Hwy before we head back into the hills mostly forrested roads. Nice riding road with some downs to give the legs a rest. Once you get to Dwellingup the uphills are done, great run down off the scarp in to Pinjarra just be careful of the railway track crossing going down. 0nce at Pinjarra fuel up for the flat ride back to perth first on back roads through farm lands then cycle path & a tail wind home!

221/200 WA
BP Hobart to Launceston Intercity cycleway/ Cenotaph

Start Point

Intercity Cycleway/ Cenotaph

Note the actual distance is 225 km, and/or the direction can be varied by agreement, There is a separate permanent for the reverse route eg. .

Checkpoints (Hobart to Launceston):


  1. Colebrook
  2. Ross
  3. Hobart
224/200 TAS
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