Visit the Prom and Wonthaggi on this ride
A huge sweep from Federation Square up through Seymour, Shepparton, Yarrawonga and Corowa, and down to Wangaratta.
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.
Any combination of 100k and 200k rides from Horsham to make up 400k.
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.
Any combination of 100k and 200k rides to/from Hamilton to make up 400k.
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.
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.
Through the Redgum forests of Barmah to Echuca then travel back to Numurkah via Kyabram, Tatura then head south and west to Heathcote, across to Nagambie then home via Shepparton
Thanks for your interest in the Lake Leake Loop 400km ride organised by Audax Tasmania. It passes numerous shops and water taps (if you know where to look).Water stops:
The ride starts from the carpark of the Hobart Intercity Cycleway. The time limit for this ride is 27 hours. Audax Australia lighting rules apply.Checkpoints:
Login name is the e-mail address you are registered with at membership.audax.org.au. Password is the same password for that site.