10 relations: Amy's Ride, Bike paths in Melbourne, Cycling in Australia, Cycling in Geelong, Cycling in Melbourne, Hell Ride, Melbourne, High Country Cycle Challenge, Outline of cycling, Rotary River Ride, Shepparton Fruit Loop Ride.
Amy's Ride is a series of non competitive bicycle rides held in various states of Australia, by the Amy Gillett Foundation, in the memory of Amy Gillett who died in a road accident in Germany.
Bike paths around Melbourne have developed since the campaigns of Bicycle Network and the strong awareness that nine editions of the have created of the network.
Cycling in Australia is a common form of transport, recreation and sport.
Cycling in Geelong, Victoria is common for recreation and competition, but less so for utility and commuting.
Cycling in Melbourne, the capital city of Victoria, Australia is enhanced by the city's relatively flat topography and generally mild climate.
The Hell Ride, also known as the Hell Dog, is an informal group bicycle training ride that follows the coastline of Port Phillip Bay through the south–eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
The High Country Cycle Challenge is a non competitive ride held near, Victoria, Australia.
The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to cycling: Cycling, also called bicycling or biking, is the use of bicycles for transport, recreation, or for sport.
The Rotary River Ride is a non-competitive bicycle ride held next to the Yarra River in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
The Shepparton Fruit Loop Ride is non-competitive charitable cycle ride held in the area around Shepparton, Victoria, Australia.