Type Name   Start Description Distance(km)
Actual/Nominal  
Locale   State  
BP More Alpine Adventures Lilydale

Challenging mixed terrain adventure close to Melbourne. Tough ride with lots of gravel & hills. Stunning views.

309/300 Melbourne and suburbs VIC
BP Northern Loop 300 Dickson Shops

https://ridewithgps.com/routes/14236509

311/300 ACT
BP SE123-300 Glenelg

As for SE123-200 but with extension to Victor Harbor and extra loop to Wellington.

Elevation gained: 2671m

311/300 Western SA
BP Parramatta to Canberra Parramatta

A ride from the centre of Sydney to the outskirts of Canberra via the lovely Southern Highlands.

314/300 Sydney NSW
BP Canberra to Sydney Mitchell

Canberra to Sydney via the Southern Highlands.

314/300 Canberra NSW
BP Gippsland Gambols 300A Stratford

A series of rides sharing the same routes around the Gippsland Lakes, from Stratford to Yarram, Loch Sport, Bairnsdale, and Lakes Entrance.

318/300 Gippslamd VIC
BP Snowy Epic 300 Jindabyne

Possibly Australia's toughest one day ride?

7,000 metres of climbing.

320/300 ACT
BP NANNUP-ALBANY 300 NANNUP

Nannup to Albany throught the beautiful forrests of the South

320/300 WA
BP ABC 300 Elizabeth

Figure 8 Including Auburn, Burra and Clare.

Elevation: 1636m

322/320 Northern SA
BP Cairns to Cooktown Cairns RSL

A nice route that shows the diverse range of scenery in Far North Queensland. A word of caution, this route is challenging and goes through some sparsely populated areas with long sections of limited water available and limited mobile phone overage. It also gets pretty hot so do not do not undertake unless you have the required fitness and pre-arranged support including food and water.

The start is from the RSL on the Cairns esplanade. From there travel up the Captain Cook Highway to Criaglie. This road is busy with not much room for bicycles so it is best traveled in the early hours before the traffic picks up. You then pass through cane growing country of Mossman before turning left just south of Mossman and starting the first climb of the day up the Rex range. The Rex range is a nice climb and depending on the time of day you get to enjoy beautiful scenery looking back to the Mossman coastal areas.

Once up on the tablelands you travel through the township of Julatten and into Mount Molloy turn off. There is an optional visit into Mount Molloy to resupply or turn left on the Mulligan Highway and head to Mount Carbine. Mount Carbine has a mine, pub and road house and is the last place to refuel until Palmer River.

After Mt Carbine you head slightly downhill to the second climb of the day Desailly Range. This is a steep climb but you are well rewarded with stunning scenery. Once crested it is a undulating ride through drought-parched savannah country to Palmer River Roadhouse for a restock of supplies.

After Palmer River you continue with undulating climbing up to the top of the Byerstown Range and enjoy a very nice descend into Lakeland for a well earned lunch. There is some beautiful cycling from Lakeland to Cooktown but two milestones are Black Mountain and crossing the Annana River just south of Cooktown. One final small climb into Cooktown and all that remains is to get your picture taken beside the Captain James Cook Monument and a nice cupa in the sleepy town of Cooktown while reflecting on a major cycling achievement.

Elevation: 2816 m

325/300 Cairns QLD
BP Jam for Jamieson Erica

Mixed Terrain Randonnée featuring long climbs and great scenery in the Victorian Alpine Region.

This is a summer only ride due to the winter road closure.

327/300 Gippsland VIC
BP Mandurama Views Parkes

In search of a hill, and those animals on bikes.

331/300 Parkes NSW
BP Teesdale 400 Teesdale

Any combination of linked rides to and/or from Teesdale to make up 400k

400/400 Geelong and Western District VIC
BP Big Buckley’s 400 Richmond

If your are wanting to take Buckley's Ride a little further. 
Start early so you don't miss the last ferry (6 pm) to Sorrento. 
Either cycle the Surf Cost Walking track between Bells Beach and Point Impossible or take the roads. 
Ferry: http://www.searoad.com.au/ 

400/400 Melbourne and suburbs VIC
BP To Lake and Back Parkes

The flat plains to Lake Cargelligo and back.

400/400 Parkes NSW
BP The Basin 400 Loop The Basin

A challenging 400 covering some of Victoria's well known routes. 

Looping from The Basin to Marysville, Eildon, Yea, returning to The Basin.

400/400 Melbourne and suburbs VIC
BP Midnight Madness 400 Km Warrnambool

Catch the train from Melbourne, then an overnight ride from Warrnambool to Queenscliff (via Colac and Geelong) to catch the ferry. Finish off with the Sorrento to St Kilda run.

400/400 VIC
BP South Gippsland Ocean Views Port Franklin

Visit the Prom and Wonthaggi on this ride

400/400 Gippsland VIC
BP Ossie Aussie Bush Ride Melbourne

A huge sweep from Federation Square up through Seymour, Shepparton, Yarrawonga and Corowa, and down to Wangaratta.

400/400 Melbourne and suburbs VIC
BP Ruckin Rugby 400 Dickson

Challenging ride heading north to Collector then to Tarago and Goulburn. Climb up, and up, to Crookwell, then undulate westward on the road to Boorowa via Rugby then back home via Yass.

400/400 ACT
BP Wimmera 400 Horsham

Any combination of 100k and 200k rides from Horsham to make up 400k.

400/400 Wimmera VIC
BPG Melbourne Mixed 400 Richmond

A challenging ride from Richmond, to Mt Evelyn bakery and Warburton mostly via bike paths, then Acheron Way to Marysville onto Eildon. Return via more gravel to Yea and Whittlesea then back to Richmond. 5000vm. Brevet Gravel Grinder (BGG)  allows a maximum of 32 hrs.

400/400 Melbourne and Suburbs VIC
BP South West 400 Hamilton

Any combination of 100k and 200k rides to/from Hamilton to make up 400k.

400/400 South West VIC
BP Tarago Traveller Dapto Station

Ascend to the Highlands via Nerriga and the the recently resealed Oallen Ford Rd to complete a monster loop back to Dapto via the highland villages of Bundanoon and Fitzroy Falls.

400/400 Dapto NSW
BP THE OLD FLAT ONE DEEP WATER POINT

Start from Deep Water Point & enjoy the cycle path most of the way to Mandurah. After Mandurah your have Ocean view as you hug the coast line until you cross the Peel Inlet then the views are of the estuary. Leprechaun Cafe is always a nice control.Quiet roads through farm lands to Yarloop which had a 17 day bush fire in 2016. More quiet roads until you get to the Forrest Hwy & then its a fast run into Bunbury via Australind. The approach to Bunbury gives you more views of the ocean & the cove. Lots of cafes & shops to fill hungary bellies before the journey home. The route back to Yarloop goes via Harvey, orange juice capital of Australia! The quiet back roads take you through dairy farms before bringing you into pictureques Pinjarra, & home of the Swing Bridge. Lots of bakeries,cafes & shops. More quiet roads & farm land before you pick up the cycle path all the way back to the finish, hopfully with a tail wind.

400/400 WA
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