Canberra has many gravel management trails that are not public roads. They offer good views and fresh country air. It is not surprising that these are popular for riding. What makes a gravel bike and how is it different from a mountain bike?
Some love hills. There is satisfaction found climbing a hill and the reward of a magnificent view at the top. The ride down is a real thrill. Here are suggest hill climbs that lie in the heart of the suburbs.
Explore the route now, but some of it is on foot.
Mountain bike riding in Namadgi National Park, Brindabella National Park.
Would it be nice to ride the whole of the Canberra Centenary Trail without leaving the dirt?
Riding the western slopes of Mount Stromlo.
Simple things that are done well make a difference.
Many Canberra nature reserves have been reviewed on Australian Hiker.
Planning a recreational ride starts with identifying the options. CyclOSM highlights where you can cycle with blue and green lines and greys out where you cannot.
We are very lucky in Canberra to live in such a cycle-friendly city. We can ride pretty much anywhere, but there are a few things to consider.
“Normal is me”, but we cannot all be typical. The nature of cycling in Canberra.
Riding on the west slopes of Mount Stromlo along a serpentine route with views of the Brindabella Ranges.