Type Name   Start Description Distance(km)
Actual/Nominal  
Locale   State  
BP Geelong Flyer 1000 Adelaide (Blackwood)

This point to point 1000 Km ride follows the Raid Coorong route from Adelaide (Blackwood) to Geelong around the coast, with an extension to Milang to make up the distance.

1002/1000 VIC
BP South Gippsland Ocean Views 1200 Port Franklin

A mixture of undulations and flat with scenic ocean views. Contact Kevin for accommodation rent options. 

1200/1200 Gippsland VIC
BP Wangaratta Wahine 1200 (aka Lingalonga 1200) Wangaratta

A series of 375 km, 325 km, 270 km and 30km and 240km loops out of Wangaratta for a very achievable brevet. 
Approx 3800 metres of climbing

1201/1200 Northern Victoria VIC
BP Murray 1200 Robinvale

Tour the Riverina from Robinvale to Corowa, and Northern VIC, Wimmera and Mallee on the way home.

1202/1200 Wimmera VIC
BP Mallee Routes 1200 Hopetoun

See the RWGPS Event page for more details. Tour the Mallee in four loops: 360, 340, 276, 224.

1203/1200 Wimmera VIC
BP Adelaide - Sydney Elder Park

A tour through the Riverland and Mallee regions of South Australia, the northern parts of Victoria, and then 'greener pastures' after Wycheproof. Pass through the wide flat irrigated plains north of Echuca, and then the scenic western slopes of the Great Divide as you climb up to Bathurst and Lithgow. Finally a high speed drop down the ranges through Bilpin to Rooty Hill in the western suburbs of Sydney.


Please ask the RO to email the Excel spreadsheet file showing the many other permanent routes you can select along the route, either before you start, or in transit. Email the RO to have your selection(s) entered into the on-line permanents registration page. Many 50s, 100s, 200s, 300s, 400s etc are highlighted for you to choose from. 

But a permanent from any town to any town, is also valid.

Riders can ask for an out and return route to be entered into the system from any town on the spreadsheet to any other town shown. The time for permanents are calculated on actual route length, not the nominal length. So it does not matter what the actual route length is, there is no time penalty for 'extra distance'.

A route from a town into Adelaide and return, or into Sydney and return, also easily set up if desired.

The minimum average speeds for road Permanents (including stops) are:
•15 kph for events up to 699 km
•13.3 kph for events 700 to 1299 km
•12 kph for events 1300 to 1899 km
•10 kph for events 1900 to 2499 km
•200 km per day for events over 2499 km

1732/1700 Hills, Mallee, Riverland SA / NT
BP Sydney - Adelaide Rooty Hill rail station

A scenic tour to Adelaide via an inland route. First up to Lithgow. Then some very hilly country through Tarana to Bathurst. Follow the Great Divide's western slopes south along mainly quiet back roads, through quaint villages and past castles on your way to Victoria. Step back into the paddlesteamer era in Echiuca. Rich, moist farming country to Wycheproof before entering the cereal country, where the pioneers were tough to survive the drier regions between Birchip and Swan Reach in South Australia. Finally a pleasant climb over the Mount Lofty ranges to finish by the River Torrens in Elder Park.


Please ask the RO to email you the Excel spreadsheet file showing the many other permanent routes you can select along the route, either before you start, or in transit. Email the RO to have your selection(s) entered into the on-line permanents registration page. Many 50s, 100s, 200s, 300s, 400s etc are highlighted for you to choose from. 

Riders can ask for an out and return route to be entered into the system from any town on the spreadsheet to any other town shown. The time for permanents are calculated on actual route length, not the nominal length. So it does not matter what the actual route length is, there is no time penalty for 'extra distance'.

A route from a town into Adelaide and return, or into Sydney and return, also easily set up if desired.

The minimum average speeds for road Permanents (including stops) are:
•15 kph for events up to 699 km
•13.3 kph for events 700 to 1299 km
•12 kph for events 1300 to 1899 km
•10 kph for events 1900 to 2499 km
•200 km per day for events over 2499 km

1734/1700 Great Divide, south-central, Victoria, SA NSW
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