Type Name   Start Description Distance(km)
Actual/Nominal  
Locale   State  
BP Atherton - Merragallon 100 Loop Gallery 5,Herberton Rd, Atherton

This beautiful 100 km showcases the best rural scenery on offer in the central Tablelands. The ride starts in Atherton and meanders through Wongabel and East Barron Road before towards Malanda. It follows the ridgeline across Merragallon Road, giving stunning views across the Tablelands and to Mt Bartle Frere and the Great Dividing Range. It returns through Malanda, then continues onto Lake Eacham and Yungaburra. The ride heads to Kairi and Tolga for some flatter riding to the finish in Atherton.

Elevation: 949 m

101/100 Atherton QLD
BP Atherton - Tea Party Ride 150 Loop Gallery 5,Herberton Rd, Atherton

A slightly lumpy ride through Herberton and Longlands Gap, with a loop around the Tea Farms and a quick trip down and up the Topaz Range. Return via Yungaburra.

Elevation: 1856 m

150/150 Atherton QLD
BP Atherton - Mareeba 150 Loop Gallery 5,Herberton Rd, Atherton

Cruise downhill to Mareeba before taking a gentle uphill ride back to Atherton via Narcotic Creek Road and finishing off with a loop out around Wongabel.

Elevation: 883 m

150/150 Atherton QLD
BP Atherton - Get High on the Tablelands 200 Loop Gallery 5,Herberton Rd, Atherton

Ride from Atherton to Ravenshoe via Herberton and Tomoulin, then the hilly country of Millaa Millaa, Tarzali and the Eacham area

Elevation: 2540 m

200/200 Atherton QLD
BP Atherton - Tour de Tablelands Atherton

Bring your camera and take a tour of the Tablelands’ best cycling routes.  Start with the high country of Herberton and Ravenshoe, before dipping down through Yungaburra and Lake Tinaroo.  Finish with a flatter loop through the Kairi area back to Atherton.

Elevation: 2360 m

201/200 Atherton QLD
BP Atherton - 8 Tablelands Towns in a Day 200 Loop Gallery 5,Herberton Rd, Atherton

A ride featuring eight Tableland Towns (Atherton, Tolga, Mareeba, Walkamin, Kairi, Yungaburra, Peeramon, Malanda) in the northern and central Tablelands.

Elevation: 1388 m

204/200 Atherton QLD
BP Atherton - Cooking Down to Cairns Atherton

Head north from Atherton and enjoy a mostly downhill and downwind run to Mt Molloy.  Cruise down the Rex Range to the coast, and head south along the oceanside Cook Highway to Cairns.  

Elevation: 863 m

205/200 Atherton QLD
BP Atherton - Pompo’s Path to Cairns Atherton

Follow in the footsteps of Christie Palmerston’s guide, Pompo, on a journey from Atherton across the Tablelands and down the Palmerston Highway.  Tour the backroads of the coastal country through the cane paddocks to Cairns. 

Elevation: 1454 m

205/200 Atherton QLD
BP Bar-quin Mad Ride Barham

A 200km loop from Barham to Deniliquin via Wakool, returning via Caldwell. Limited services, be prepared!

200/200 Barham NSW
BP Barham - Swan Hill Barham

To Murrabit via Gonn Rd, then via Lake Boga and Goschen to Swan Hill. Return via Noorong Rd and Tullakool

202/200 Barham NSW
BP Col de Sable Rouge Barham

Generally quiet rural roads with 2km of gravel to avoid the Murray Valley Hwy.

219/200 Barham NSW
BP Bathurst Biking Saturday 100 Bathurst

A flattish (except for Mt Panorama!) loop out of Bathurst and return

103/100 Bathurst NSW
BP Bathurst Biking Bathurst

A nice warm up round Mt Panorama then a long loop from Bathurst out through Mandurama to Orange and returning via Ophir Road. A bit hilly so bring strong legs!

201/200 Bathurst NSW
BP Bathurst Biking Saturday 200 B Bathurst

An alternative Bathurst 200 for those not keen on too many hills.

202/200 Bathurst NSW
BPG Dirty Boonah 100 Boonah

A ride for those who enjoy touring on quiet country and gravel roads. Dirty Boonah is a 70/30 mix of sealed and gravel roads, parts of which are on the Bicentennial National Trail. Achievable on a wide tyre of 28 mm+.

Elevation: 1561 m

111/100 Boonah QLD
BP Anzac Loop Strathpine Railway Station

A quick loop around the Redcliffe Penisula.

 

Elevation 305 m

51/50 Brendale 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
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
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 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 Marino Rocks Greenway North Adelaide Railway Station

Follows the Marino Rocks Greenway to Hallett Cove railway station, across over to the other side via the bridge then shape right onto Sea to Vines Greenway to Hallett Cove Shopping Centre (McDonalds) then retrace route.

Starts North Adelaide Railway Station 'Red House Cafe'

Opens 7.30am - 4pm each day except Tuesday - closed all day

Elevation gained: 312m

52/50 Central SA / NT
BP Outer Harbor Greenway Adelaide Oval 'Koffee Ink' Cafe

Follow the Outer harbor Greenway bikeway to Port Adelaide and Outer Harbor and return.

Elevation: 274m

55/50 Central SA / NT
BP Four Rivers Gambols Perm Elizabeth

Use mainly shared paths to explore the Little Para River, Dry Creek, River Torrens and finally Cobbler Creek. A km or two of dirt scattered around the course. Hard pack gravel. No probs.    680m climbing

100/100 Central SA / NT
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