Type Name   Start Description Distance(km)
Locale   State  
BP PeachyMee Ferny Grove

A scenic ride starting at the Ferny Grove Railway Station going over Mt Mee and up the Peachester Range followed by a loop around the Redcliffe Peninsular

Elevation: 1987 m

203/200 Ferny Grove QLD
BP Esk Permanent 200 Toowoomba, Qld

A loop from Toowoomba, Gatton, Esk, Meringandan and back to Toowoomba

Elevation: 2044 m

203/200 Toowoomba QLD
BP Frank's Ride 200 Currumbin

A ride on some of Frank's favourite roads in Northern NSW. Frank unfortunately passed away as a result of an accident he had while riding in this area. The scenery and terrain here, is exactly what he liked to ride.

Elevation: 2964 m

203/200 Currumbin QLD
BP Goat Track Gambol Toowong

Take a gamble on the Goat Track: an easy and traffic free way up Mt Glorious. A gentle descent over the back leads to a flat return via Fernvale, Rosewood and Mutdapilly. There are small sections of dirt road well-suited for road bikes.

Elevation: 2570 m

203/200 Toowong QLD
BP Bedrock Ferny Grove Railway Station

A challenging scenic ride starting at Ferny Grove Railway Station going past the old Keperra Quarry, up Mt Nebo and Mt Glorious, down to Samford, out to Redcliffe then returning via Dayboro back to Ferny Grove Railway Station. 

Elevation: 2734 m

204/200 Ferny Grove 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 3 Towns on the Eastern Downs Permanent 200 Toowoomba, Qld

Loop from Toowoomba through Pittsworth and Oakey

Elevation: 1954 m

204/200 Toowoomba QLD
BP Clifton Loops Permanent 200 Toowoomba, Qld

Ride to Clifton do 3 loops in and out of Clifton and return to Toowoomba

Elevation: 1182 m

204/200 Toowoomba QLD
BP Sumner Series 200 Caltex Servo Sumners Rd, Sumner

A scenic ride to starting at Sumner heading to Peak Crossing, Boonah, Kalbar, Rosewood returning to Sumner

Elevation: 1884 m

204/200 Sumner QLD
BP Sarina Double Century Mackay

Beaches, Countryside, undulation and wind. What more could you want in a 200 km ride?

Elevation: 1222 m

204/200 Mackay 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 Warwick Permanent 200 Toowoomba, Qld

Ride quiet country roads linking Clifton, Allora and Nobby, 3 towns between Toowoomba and Warwick

Elevation: 1368 m

206/200 Toowoomba QLD
BP Every Which Way 200 Loganholme

Starting at The Drews Road Shopping Centre, Ascot Dr. Loganholme, This ride heads in to Brisbane via Logan Road and various bikeways to UQ before heading out the Northern Bikeway to Kedron Brook then continues North on back streets. Deagon and Bracken Ridge and across to Clontarf then onto Scarborough. Return through Redcliffe, Boondall Wetlands, and the Gateway Bridge. Once across the river the ride follows through the bayside suburbs back to the start. This ride is on minor roads and roads with an edge as much as possible.

Elevation: 994 m


206/200 Loganholme QLD
BP The 1xHill Ride Goombungee

Ride upto the Bunya Mountains

Elevation: 1888 m

208/200 Goombungee QLD
BP Hinterland Musings Landsborough

This ride is for the experienced, bold and energetic randonneur. The ride begins and ends at Landsborough. It includes a great deal of climbing, with two very steep climbs (Postman’s Track and the Obi Obi) that are unrideable in the wet due to the inevitability of rear wheel spin. There are also two very steep descents on gravel, one being 6 km long and the other being 2.6 km long. These two sections would be difficult to ride if the road surface was wet. The remainder of the ride is on sealed roads. The gravel sections do not require anything more than ordinary road tyres on an ordinary road bike. Food and water is available at many points along the route during daylight hours, with water also being available after hours at public facilities in Landsborough, Maleny, Montville, Palmwoods and Mooloolah.

Elevation: 3591 m

209/200 Landsborough QLD
BP 1 Lump or 2 Toowong

A hilly ride over Mt Coot-Tha, Mt Glorious, Mt Nebo returning Gap Creek Rd

Elevation: 3288 m

220/200 Toowong QLD
BP Deliverance (Jimna Junket) Fernvale

Beautiful ride to the historic Jimna Fire Tower returning to Fernvale

Elevation: 2934 m

228/200 Fernvale QLD
BP Biking the Bunyas outNback Toowoomba

Ride out to the Bunyas and back

Elevation: 2878 m

300/300 Toowoomba QLD
BP Freedom Ride 300 Ferny Grove

A scenic loop around Somerset Dam, Esk etc. return

Elevation: 3112 m

303/300 Ferny Grove QLD
BP Sumner Series 300 Caltex Servo Sumners Rd, Sumner

A ride to Peak Crossing, Boonah, Mt Alford, Rosewood, Laidley and return

Elevation: 2650 m

304/300 Sumner QLD
BP Esk GT Permanent 300 Toowoomba, Qld

Ride from Toowoomba to Gatton, Esk., Hampton, Oakey and Pittsworth. A real tour of the of the highs and lows of the Great Divide. 

Elevation: 2881 m

305/300 Toowoomba QLD
BP Woodford Wander Strathpine Railway Station

A loop throught the City and then up to Woodford with an out and back to Kilcoy

305/300 Strathpine 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 Round The Mountains 400 Ferny Grove

Scenic ride from Ferny Grove, through Caboolture, Kilcoy, Esk etc. around the mountains west of Brisbane back to Ferny Grove.

Elevation: 3606 m

401/400 Ferny Grove QLD
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