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CBR Cycle Route C11: one loop

Connecting Dickson with Mitchell.

The CBR Cycle Route C11 runs along Flemington Road from EPIC to Well Station Drive and forms one side of a triangle in a loop that connects Belconnen, Dickson and Mitchell. The strength of loops for navigation is that you can leave and join them wherever and whenever you like. This provides the cyclist with many options.

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CBR Cycle Route C11, connecting Mitchell with Dickson. Map Komoot and map data © OpenStreetMap contributors.
CBR Cycle Route C11 loop, connecting Mitchell with Dickson. Map Komoot and map data © OpenStreetMap contributors.

The route is along a number of CBR Cycle Routes, shown below in the Active Travel Infrastructure Practitioner Tool.

  • CBR Cycle Route C11 City – Gungahlin via Dickson to the East
  • CBR Cycle Route C1 City – Gungahlin to the West
  • CBR Cycle Route C3 City – Belconnen via Town Centre to the South
  • CBR Cycle Route C6 ANU – Dickson to ride into Dickson
CBR Cycle Routes in the north. Map and data Active Travel Infrastructure Practitioner Tool.
CBR Cycle Routes in the north. Map and data Active Travel Infrastructure Practitioner Tool.

The east side of the loop, CBR Cycle Route C11, runs along Flemington Road from EPIC to Well Station Drive (see below).

CBR Cycle Route C11 City - Gungahlin via Dickson, Flemington Road, Mitchell
CBR Cycle Route C11 City – Gungahlin via Dickson, Flemington Road, Mitchell

3 replies on “CBR Cycle Route C11: one loop”

[…] The light rail network might ring bells. Read the History of the Flemington Road bike path for how the ACT Government for the Gungahlin stretch destroyed the existing bike path and forgot to rebuild it. From Well Station Road to Gungahlin along the light rail corridor there is still no off-road bike path and it is not clear when it will be built. The route has a name CBR Cycle Route C11. […]

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[…] The light rail network might ring bells. Read the History of the Flemington Road bike path for how the ACT Government for the Gungahlin stretch destroyed the existing bike path and forgot to rebuild it. From Well Station Road to Gungahlin along the light rail corridor there is still no off-road bike path and it is not clear when it will be built. The route has a name CBR Cycle Route C11. […]

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