Type Name   Start Description Distance(km)
Actual/Nominal  
Locale   State  
BP Dash to Yarramalong Valley Turramurra

Dash through Kulnara and down Bumble Hill to the Yarramalong valley. Back through Wyong and a dash up Dog Trap Rd.

200/200 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
BP Doin the Dog Trap Hornsby Railway Station

Out to Yarramalong via Galston Gorge, Berowra Waters and Kulnura. Through the valley to Wyong and climb back up Dog Trap Rd to Peats Ridge. Then return via Peats Ridge Rd and the Pacific Hwy.

202/200 Sydney NSW
BP Spencer Loop Lindfield

From Lindfield to Hornsby running parrallel to the highway, then through Galston Gorge, on to Cliftonville for a flat run along the Hawkesbury River until Spencer before climbing to Mangrove Mtn and Peats Ridge. Return via Old Pacific Highway.

202/200 Sydney NSW
BP Daddy Gorges Hornsby

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

202/200 Sydney NSW
BP Wisemans Folly Dee Why

From Dee Why to Wisemans Ferry via Berowa Waters and the Old Northern Road before returning on River Road and Galston and Hornsby back to the beaches.

203/200 Sydney NSW
BP 7 Ascents Gordon

Challenging route featuring climbs through Bobbin Head, Galston Gorge, Berowra Waters, Hawkesbury River, Mooney Mooney Creek, Hawkesbury River and Bobbin Head (note Berowra Waters ferry closed for maintenance noon to 2.30pm on the second Tuesday of each month).

204/200 Sydney NSW
BP It's the Pitts Dee Why

A hilly tour of the Pittwater region, starting at Dee Why and heading first to Palm Beach then Akuna Bay. Strong legs or low gears recommended.

205/200 Sydney NSW
BP Follow the River for Peats Sake Hornsby Railway Station

This ride is very scenic with a couple of ferry crossings, a few climbs and the roads are fairly quiet. Perfect for the cyclist with a river fetish!

205/200 Sydney NSW
BP Ferry Long Way Round Hornsby

The Ferry Long Way Round is a beautiful route allowing you to take in much of the lovely riverside scenery that the Hawkesbury has to offer and includes 3 car ferry trips across the river.

205/200 Sydney NSW
BP The Long Loop Hornsby Railway Station

A loop south through Camden and Wallacia, returning via Penrith, Windsor and Galston Gorge.

205/200 Sydney NSW
BP Springwood 'n Sackville Scamper Hornsby Railway Station

Two trips to the mountains and two free ferry rides!

206/200 Sydney NSW
BP Get Along to Ettalong Dee Why

Take the longer scenic route to Ettalong then enjoy a leisurely cruise home - 211km includes the ferry ride :)

211/200 Sydney NSW
BP Las Montanas Azules Rozelle

An ideal ride for those looking for a longer climb. The ride is not as difficult as it looks and even with the 40 1000m climb to Katoomba there is only 2200m of climbing in total.

211/200 Sydney NSW
BP Dash to the Hunter Turramurra

Go for Broke - enjoy some great scenery on the way to the hunter and back.

300/300 Sydney NSW
BP Woy Woy Rd Rd Trip Trip Dee Why

A battle from Dee Why up and over the hills to the Central Coast to be rewarded with a nice flat loop around Tuggerah Lake. Before heading back through Woy Woy and more hills on the return to Dee Why.

301/300 Sydney NSW
BP Wisemans Folly Dee Why

From Dee Why all the way to Central Mangrove before turning to descend to the river along to Wisemans Ferry. The River Road and a ferry gets you to Windsor before both Berowra Waters and Bobbin Head have to be traversed to get you back to Dee Why.

302/300 Sydney NSW
BP The Longer Loop Hornsby Railway Station

A big loop south through Camden and Picton to the Southern Highlands, returning via Penrith, Windsor, Cattai Ridge and Galston Gorge.

303/300 Sydney NSW
BP Winery Wander Berowra Station

A joyous journey from Berowra to the heart of the Hunter Valley wine region and back.

306/300 Sydney NSW
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
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