Bike tours for every type of rider

No matter what type of bike rider you are, there are rides on the Bellarine to suit everyone! Perhaps you have just started to ride bikes again and want to stick to the safety of the bike paths, or maybe you’re a ‘roadie’ wanting to escape the busy roads of the city and getaway with your bike (and your beloved!)

For those who want to take it easy, take a leisurely cruise along the Bellarine Rail Trail or a short trip along the coastal bike path to Point Lonsdale for a coffee overlooking the bay.

Lycra lovers – enjoy riding the quiet country roads around the Bellarine Peninsula or make it a big day in the saddle and follow the coast down to the hills at Bells Beach.

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Off Road Rides

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Start from your doorstep and pedal over to Point Lonsdale. No cars to worry about as you can stay on the bike path and the beach promenade the whole way. Enjoy a coffee as you look at the ships entering Port Philip Bay or push on a bit further up the road and check out the famous Point Lonsdale Lighthouse.

Riding time approx 45 mins

Pack a picnic lunch and head off along the Bellarine Rail Trail to Drysdale. The trail follows the tourist railway and meanders its way though the picturesque Bellarine countryside. Stop for lunch at Drysdale station or eat at some of the nearby cafes. It’s an easy ride back home to Queenscliff.

Riding time approx 2 hours

Road Rides

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Starting from Queenscliff,  your first coffee stop is not far away at PikNik cafe in Swan Bay. From there turn left and head up Swan Bay road towards Ocean Grove and then cross the bridge for lunch at many of the cafes in Barwon Heads. It’s mostly down hill all the way back to Queenscliff.

Riding time approx 2 hours 

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Enjoy the sights of the Bellarine and follow the coast as you head north towards Portarlington which as great place to stop for a coffee or early lunch. From there you can tackle the ‘3 sisters’ hill climbs as you arrive in Drysdale. If you aren’t in a rush, stop at Banks Rd winery in Marcus Hill before rolling back down to Queenscliff.

Riding time approx 3 hours

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For the hardened riders only! This century ride will see you head off via Swan Bay for one of many caffeine stops as you head towards Bells Beach through Barwon Heads via the scenic 13th Beach rd. Take on the big climbs of the Cadel Evans Road Race near Bells Beach before turning for home via Ocean Grove.

Ride time approx 4.5 hours

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