Brisbane Bike Paths
Briscycle is your destination for cycling and bike paths in Brisbane.
If you're curious about biking in this beautiful city — whether for work or pleasure — have a browse around the cycling resources, check out the freshly updated map, and plan yourself a bike trip!
The latest version of the map features popular bike shops around south-east Queensland, and CityCycle bike hire stations when you zoom in on the CBD.
Cycleways in Brisbane
Ride for Life Challenge - Sunday 12
Brisbane’s cycling community will take up the challenge for charity in the fifth annual Ride for Life Challenge this Sunday 12 October 2014.
The non-competitive cycling event will see about 1000 cyclists don their Ride for Life lycra to complete an 84km route around Brisbane, starting and finishing at Hamilton’s Northshore Riverside Park and winding through Brisbane’s bayside.
Online registrations for the 2014 Ride For Life Challenge have closed, but manual registrations can be still be completed with kit cat the registration tent, and kit collection available at Brisbane BMW until Saturday.
Ride2Work Day - Wednesday 15
Whether you're a brand new rider or a seasoned cycling veteran, national Ride2Work day is about celebrating and promoting the fit and fun practice of cycling to work.
In Brisbane, Bicycle Queensland is hosting a free breakfast at the Law Courts Plaza from 7 till 8.30 am thanks to the support from Australian Bananas, Bakers Delight, Brisbane City Council and The Coffee Club. There's other events around south-east Queensland, so get on your bike this Wednesday 15 October. Oh, and don't forget to register.
Pedal Brisbane - November 29
Following a hugely successful 2013 event, Pedal Brisbane is set to reappear in November 2014 this time in partnership with Queensland Museum. Pedal is an exhibition and event celebrating and promoting cycling in Brisbane through photography, film, talks and initiatives associated with cycling in a fun, positive way.
The one day and one night main event is set to take place on 29 November 2014, and followed by monthly group rides, outdoor film screenings, and talks. They're calling for volunteers, if you'd like to be a part of the event.
For more news and updates on cycling in Brisbane and south-east Queensland, check out the Briscycle blog.