Type Name   Start Description Distance(km)
Actual/Nominal  
Locale   State  
BP Buckley's and the Ocean Road 600 Richmond

Add Buckley's Ride and the Great Ocean Road. Sleep at Lorne, Anglesea or Torquay.

Either cycle the Surf Cost Walking track between Bells Beach and Point Impossible or take the roads.

Ferry: http://www.searoad.com.au/

600/600 Melbourne and suburbs VIC
BP Bundanoon to Parramatta Bundanoon

Leave beautiful Bundanoon.

150/150 Southern Highlands NSW
BP Buninyong Bash Teesdale

A ride through bush and farmland with a highlight of Mt Buninyong

201/200 Geelong and Western District VIC
BP Bunya Odyssey Oakey

Explore the magic of the Bunya Mountains and the South Burnett

321/300 Darling Downs QLD
BP Burra Explorer Willaston / Gawler

Kapunda - Truro - Eudunda - Point Pass - Robertstown - Burra - Robertsown - Point Pass - Eudunda - Truro - Stockwell - Light Pass - Nurioopta - Tanunda - (bike path optional) - Lyndoch - Willaston / Gawler.

Elevation: 2126m

307/300 Northern SA / NT
BP Bush Weddin Yass Truck Stop

A lovely country ride.

Best done in Spring.

300/300 ACT
BP Bushy Park 150 Cenotaph, Hobart

Start Location;

Intercity Cycleway
1 McVilly Drive
Hobart, Tasmania 7000
Australia
                       

A route for those of us who who like to avoid hills. A mixture of cycle paths, main roads and highways.Take the Intercity Cycle way to Granton, Lyell Highway to New Norfolk, then out to Busy Park. Cross the Derwent at Bushy park return to New Norfolk and past the Norsk Skog paper mill to Granton on the northern side. Rejoin the cycle way to the Cenotaph then a return leg to Taroona and Bonnet Hill. 

150/150 TAS
BP Bushy Park or Bust Cornelian Bay Hobart

Start Location; Queens Walk Cornelian Bay Hobart, Tasmania 7000 Australia

 

Checkpoints:

  1. Bushy Park
  2. Colinsvale
  3. Cornelian Bay
102/100 TAS
BPD BVRT 100 Brassall

Ride the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail to Mt Hallen return

  • Check the official BVRT calendar before registration. You may prefer to adjust your timing to avoid sharing the trail with large numbers of riders or runners. http://www.brisbanevalleyrailtrail.com.au/events-2/
  • Please observe the BVRT Code of Conduct, with particular regard to leaving gates as you find them.
102/100 BVRT QLD
BPD BVRT 35 Brassall

Ride the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail

 

·         Check the official BVRT calendar before registration. You may prefer to adjust your timing to avoid sharing the trail with large numbers of riders or runners. http://www.brisbanevalleyrailtrail.com.au/events-2/

·         Please observe the BVRT Code of Conduct, with particular regard to leaving gates as you find them.

38/35 BVRT QLD
BPD BVRT 70 Lowood

Ride the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail

 

  • Check the official BVRT calendar before registration. You may prefer to adjust your timing to avoid sharing the trail with large numbers of riders or runners. http://www.brisbanevalleyrailtrail.com.au/events-2/
  • Please observe the BVRT Code of Conduct, with particular regard to leaving gates as you find them.
71/70 BVRT QLD
BP Cafe au Lait Wangaratta

A flat warm-up loop out of Wangaratta, passing numerous wonderful cafes in Wangaratta

54/50 Northern Victoria VIC
BP Cafe au Lait Wangaratta

Yarrawonga (Café au Lait 100), Beechworth (Café au Lait 200) and Rutherglen Loops. 

300/300 Northern Victoria VIC
BP Cafe au Lait Wangaratta

Yarrawonga, Beechworth, Rutherglen and Benalla Loops

401/400 Northern Victoria VIC
BP Cafe au Lait Wangaratta

Yarrawonga, Beechworth, Rutherglen and Benalla loops, plus Myrtleford, Boorhaman and Eldorado loops.

600/600 Northern Victoria VIC
BP Cafe au Lait 100 Wangaratta

A lovely generally flat loop through Wangaratta and Yarrawonga.

125/100 Northern Victoria VIC
BP Café au Lait 200 Wangaratta

A lovely generally flat loop through Wangaratta and Yarrawonga (the Café au Lait 100), then a Beechworth Loop.

205/200 Northern Victoria VIC
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 Canberra Parliamentary Triangle Dickson, Cnr Woolley & Cape St

A 50km ride around Lake Burley Griffin and through the parliamentary triangle to the Old Parliament House and Parliament House.  Mostly bike paths and on-road cycle lanes.

This is a photo tour. Checkpoints are photo stops. Take a photo, and enter the time in the brevet card.

There are plenty of cafes (and a brewery) enroute if you have time for coffee, or a beer.

50/50 ACT
BP Canberra Seven Peaks Acton Ferry Terminal

A lap of Canberra's nearby peaks.

10 climbs with a total over 1600 metres of climbing.

105/100 ACT
BP Canberra to Bundanoon Mitchell

Visit beautiful Bundanoon.

165/150 Canberra NSW
BP Canberra to Sydney Mitchell

Canberra to Sydney via the Southern Highlands.

314/300 Canberra NSW
BP Cape Nelson 50 Portland

A short north and south ride from Portland. Can be ridden in reverse.

54/50 South West VIC
BP Capital Criss Cross Braddon ACT

https://ridewithgps.com/routes/3690302

201/200 ACT
BP Captain Starlight's Parkes

Ben Hall’s plus a visit to historic Grenfell (includes gravel roads).

406/400 Parkes NSW
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