Discover some of Brisbane's most beautiful and spectacular bike rides with our Brisbane bike adventures. From bay to forest we have mapped out some of our favourite places to ride for fun and fitness.
On the edge of Moreton Bay, the Boondall Wetlands trail offers a setting where you can get back to nature. You will discover areas of Brisbane hidden away from everyday sight, including marshes, salt flats and tidal plains.
Kedron Brook is one of the largest catchment areas in Brisbane. Its catchment comprises over 110 square kilometres of land in the northern Brisbane suburbs. So why not make a day of it and check out the hidden spaces of the Kedron Brook.
This iconic landmark links the business centre of the Brisbane CBD to the cultural heart of the city. The bridge is a great asset to the city by providing better access to the CDB, Southbank and West End.
New Farm is one of Brisbane's oldest suburbs. It is characterised by its large Queenslander style homes and leafy lined streets along the river. These days it is renown for its revitalisation through diversity, restaurants, bars and arts community.
Toohey forest sits on 260 hectares of open eucalypt and vine forest. Only 10 kilometres south of the CBD, is has several kilometres of tracks and picnic areas. It has closed scrub along the creeks and gullies and even boasts pockets of rainforest along Mimosa Creek.
An iconic Brisbane suburb, Toowong is a gateway to the western suburbs via Coronation Drive. It is easy to access via the CityCat network, you can even take your bike on a CityCat.
West End is where a vibrant mixture of cultures meet. This area hosts a fantastic collection of restaurants, bars, coffee shops and beautiful open spaces. Travel through parks along the river and take in the history, sights and sounds of West End.