The missing link between Kuringa Drive and Barton Highway has been discussed since 2016 and has been tied with an intersection upgrade. Neither has started.
Another missing link may soon see construction. This one connects West Belconnen and West Gungahlin.
Namadgi National Park and Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve are worth a visit.
The Komoot smartphone app will show you the way.
Would it be nice to ride the whole of the Canberra Centenary Trail without leaving the dirt?
The suburb of Coombs was completed a few years ago but without playgrounds, paths or amenities. This is now slowly being built.
Tharwa is the end of urban Canberra in the south and a 30km ride from Civic for the road cyclist. The bike path ends at Banks.
The Pinnacle is a favourite. The offset area in the south is something new and I thought it worth a visit.
When we discuss obstacles to cycling, it is often meant figuratively, but not in this post. As a cyclist, many barriers are placed in our way.
Cycling is permitted in 30 of the Canberra Nature Park reserves. Information from the Management Plan 2019 can be found in OpenStreetMap. The rideable reserves are previewed here.
Hall is on the edge of the ACT but was once an NSW town. Look out for the popular farmers market on the first Sunday of the month.
The National Arboretum is a great place to relax with magnificent views. Cycling is permitted on all paths in the National Arboretum. For mountain bikes, it offers 12 kilometres of multi-use trails, which have remained relatively undiscovered.