Audax Australia Cycling Club is a non profit national cycling organisation specialising in non-competitive long distance bicycle rides from 50 to 1200 km, called "randonnees". Tasmania is a fairly small Audax region, but events like the Ash Dash are still legendary in Tasmania, and the club has an active events calendar throughout the year.
The Coles Bay Triathlon is held at Coles Bay, on the east coast of Tasmania, Australia. The event offers a 1.9km swim, 90km ride and 21.1km run (Half) and a 500/20/5 (sprint). The next race will be held on Saturday 22 February, 2020.
Enjoy the freedom of traveling at your own pace, stopping wherever (and whenever) you want to, and the luxury of only needing to unpack once. Campervan hire allows for greater flexibility, making it the perfect option for a self-guided adventure. Without the need to pre-book accommodation at each new destination, you can have total control over your itinerary, traveling in whichever direction the road leads you.
A three day race format, covering Blue Derby, the Bay of Fires and St Helens Trails. 26-28 March 2020.
The Endorfun Freycinet Trail Run will be held on Sunday 1 July, 2018.
The Endorfun Tasman Arch to Fortescue Bay Trail Run will be held on Sunday 29 April, 2018.
The 2018 Endorfun Tasmanian trail run on the Blue Tier will be run on the Sunday 28 October.
The Freycinet Challenge showcases Tasmania as a premier multisport destination, pitting some of the country's best competitors against some of the world's most challenging conditions, all within Tasmania's stunning scenic backdrop. The next event will be held on the weekend 5-6 October 2019.
The Kellevie MTB Park 6 Hour is back on Sunday March 8, 2020. Riding for pairs, teams and solos.
Maria Island makes for a great overnight cycling trip, allowing you a chance to not only explore the more commonly visited sites on the Northern Island, but also a chance to head down to the much less visited Southern Island.
The route described below sets aside the first day for a leisurely exploration of the Southern end of the Island on the first day, overnight camping at Encampment Cove, and then a walk up Mt Maria and exploration of the more visited Northern end of the Island on the second day. However, once on the Island, you can mix and match the rides to your own liking and unless you're really keen to get away from it all, it might make more sense to base yourself at Darlington and just do day trips (see route options).
Maria Island has an amazing abundance of wildlife, so it can be worth taking a good torch for a bit of a night time look around.