Type Name   Start Description Distance(km)
Actual/Nominal  
Locale   State  
BP Sumner Series 300 Caltex Servo Sumners Rd, Sumner

A ride to Peak Crossing, Boonah, Mt Alford, Rosewood, Laidley and return

Elevation: 2650 m

304/300 Sumner QLD
BP Sumner Series 400 Caltex Servo Sumners Rd, Sumner

A ride to Peak Crossing, Boonah, Mt Alford, Rosewood, Laidley, Gatton and return

Elevation: 3414 m

408/400 Sumner QLD
BP Sumner Series 600 Yeronga

A ride to Peak Crossing, Boonah, Mt Alford, Rosewood, Laidley, Gatton and return to Yerong with a 200 km loop next day

Elevation: 4846 m

602/600 Sumner QLD
BP Ffffffifty Westmead Station

A fifty mostly on shared paths, passing Prospect Dam.

52/50 Sydney NSW
BP Brooklyn and Back Hornsby Station

A journey down the old Highway and into Brooklyn for some oysters before returning to Hornsby Mall.

54/50 Sydney NSW
BP Doin' the Dog Trap Hornsby Railway Station

Out to Mt White via Galston Gorge and Berowra Waters and returning via the Pacific Hwy with a detour into Brooklyn.

101/100 Sydney NSW
BP Dam Blue Hills Baulkham Hills

100km predominantly made up of cycleways takes us past Prospect Reservoir, Wet’n’Wild and some water canals. The landmark at 40km is placed in a particularly interesting place. Not so many hills except for that little wall at Moonrise lookout.

102/100 Sydney NSW
BP Mt White 100 Lindfield

To the Old Road Cafe via Bobbin Head and back down the highway.

102/100 Sydney NSW
BP The Little Loop Hornsby Railway Station

Down Pennant Hills Rd and through Castle Hill to Windsor Rd. Take the bike path to your first stop at Windsor. Skirt Pitt Town on the Old Stock Route, then it's Halcrows, Cattai Ridge and Wylds Rds to your second stop at Andy's. Return to Hornsby via Berowra Waters.

104/100 Sydney NSW
BP Follow the River Hornsby Railway Station

A nice run out to Windsor for coffee and cake, then round the "Cornwallis Loop" and back to Hornsby.

105/100 Sydney NSW
BP Baby Gorges Hornsby

A delightful journey taking in Bobbin Head, Church Point, West Head and Akuna Bay.

105/100 Sydney NSW
BP Peats & Back Asquith

A dash from Asquith up the Old Highway and Peats Ridge Rd to Peats Ridge and return.

106/100 Sydney NSW
BP Gorgeous Fairlight Fairlight

A pleasant ride of just over 100km that takes in 3 of the main gorges – Galston, Berowra and Bobbin Head, and you get a ferry ride as a bonus. Be prepared for close to 1500m climbing.

107/100 Sydney NSW
BP Bilpin 116 Gravel Bilpin

Many of the unsealed roads on this course are categorised as AWD or 4WD surfaces, please choose suitable equipment, this is not a skinny tyre ride. Both ascents and descents on unsealed roads can be up to 11% with ruts, rocks and sand present. There will be approximately 50% of unsealed road to ride on. If you aren't sure about riding gravel, don't choose this one. Or come along on the calendared ride and ride with others.

116/100 Sydney NSW
BP Wing it West Parramatta

From Parramatta to Windsor via cycle paths then head up quiet roads (with a small section of dirt) to Kurrajong. Head back down to Richmond, out to Emu Plains and then back to Parramatta.

150/150 Sydney NSW
BP Push'n the Wheelbarrow Mixed Terrain Windsor

With under 25% on unsealed roads you can consider this an easy "mixed terrain" ride. Enjoy a low traffic day along the Colo River and surrounds. Road conditions may vary but generally they are well maintained.

152/150 Sydney NSW
BP Doin' the Dog Trap Hornsby Railway Station

Out to Central Mangrove via Galston Gorge, Berowra Waters and Peats Ridge and returning on the Pacific Hwy via Somersby. Note that Somersby Store is not open on Sunday.

152/150 Sydney NSW
BP Mummy Gorges Hornsby

A delightful journey taking in Bobbin Head (in both directions), Church Point, West Head, Akuna Bay, Berowra Waters and Galston Gorge.

154/150 Sydney NSW
BP Sackville Scamper Hornsby Railway Station

A glorious journey out to Kurrajong in the lower Blue Mountains, lovely views from the ridgeline along East Kurrajong Rd and returning via Sackville and Berowra Ferries.

155/150 Sydney NSW
BP Dam Blue Hills Baulkham Hills

A 200km ride with an easy start along cycleways takes us past Prospect Reservoir, Wet’n’Wild and some water canals. The landmark at 40km is placed in a particularly interesting place. We visit the lovely Bents Basin waterhole, then a quick hill climb up to Warragamba Dam. A quick descent, then across to Penrith where we start our climb up to Springwood. Another quick descent takes us to Richmond and then back to the start.

200/200 Sydney NSW
BP The Six Year Ride Rozelle

Celebrate the sixth/seventh/eigth/ninth... year without being able to ride the M2 bike lane in both directions by avoiding the M2 and the M2 bike detour altogether. You will use off road bike paths for most of the way to Windsor.

200/200 Sydney NSW
BP Winery Wander Berowra Station

A jolly jaunt from Berowra to Wollombi in the lower Hunter Valley and return.

200/200 Sydney NSW
BP Woy Woy Rd Rd Trip Trip Dee Why

Ride departs Dee Why for Bobbin Head and the old Pacific Highway then a loop around Woy Woy and back.

201/200 Sydney NSW
BP Bilpin 200 Gravel Bilpin

Many of the unsealed roads on this course are categorised as AWD or 4WD surfaces, please choose suitable equipment, this is not a skinny tyre ride. Both ascents and descents on unsealed roads can be up to 11% with ruts, rocks and sand present. There will be approximately 50% of unsealed road to ride on. If you aren't sure about riding gravel, don't choose this one. Or come along on the calendared ride and ride with others.

201/200 Sydney NSW
BP Gorgeous Fairlight Fairlight

A gorgeous ride from Fairlight by Sydney Harbour.

201/200 Sydney NSW
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