- Road Rides
The Mt Wellington Challenge is an individual cycling time trial - Just you, on your bike, riding against the clock up to the summit of Mt Wellington overlooking Tasmania's capital city Hobart. With an ascent of 1,167m over a distance of 21.3km, the Mt Wellington Challenge is Australia's toughest time trial for a very good reason. The last event was held on March 5, 2017.
A 200km loop from Hobart through Richmond to Bothwell and returning down the Derwent Valley.
The Bronte or Bust ride involves a 150km/200km ride up to Bronte Lagoon on day 1, and then a return ride on day 2. You can just do one day.
The ride will start in Hadspen and will explore northern Tasmania. Gentle hills with a few rollers along the way. Come prepared with lights, reflective gear, and all-weather clothing.a, This is a 300km Audax event.
The longest of the three rides (160km) to finish the Audax year, and the third and final step to the easiest Audax award, the Nouveau Randonneur. This event will be held on Saturday 26 October 2019.
The Southern 300 Audax is a lovely event through the Derwent Valley, Highlands and South East precincts. Some well maintained gravel sections, race tyres not recommended. Not too many few hills and roads less travelled.
Meander through the lovely Meander Valley and surrounding area in Northern Tasmania on this 400km Audax.
One for the gravel tyres/ bikes. A short 50km loop around the foothills of the mountain to ride as many gravel roads/ trails as we can find. After the ride feel free to stay and have a BBQ.
Find the penguin in Tasmania’s north during a 300 km ride with a 20-hour time limit, including all breaks. Gentle hills with a few rollers along the way.
The Great Western Tiers Cycle Challenge is a social but challenging ride through the northern countryside of Tasmania to raise money for the New Horizons Club Inc, which provides sporting and recreational opportunities for people with disabilities and Youngtown Rotary Club projects. Route options range from 24kms to 170kms. The last event was held on Sunday 24 March 2019.