Wangaratta and surrounds offers a wide range of cycling opportunities, making it the perfect destination to explore on your bike.  

You don't have to be an elite cyclist to enjoy the many tracks in and around Wangaratta.  Whether it is leisurely bike paths, exploring our small historic towns, scenic road rides, or exhilarating mountain bike and gravel rides, Wangaratta has it all within easy reach.

Murray to Mountains Rail Trail

Weaving over 100 kilometres through the historic townships of Wangaratta, Beechworth and Bright, there are secrets to be discovered that you won't see from any car including hidden valleys, un-spoilt bushland and open farmland.  Download the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail  map here.

Shared Path Network

The Wangaratta Shared Path Network takes you safely through the CBD, in and around main streets and through many of the towns’ beautiful urban park areas such as Apex Park, King George Gardens, Merriwa Park and Bachelor’s Green. Take a self guided tour of historical landmarks in the CBD or simply meander alongside the river or creek.

There are various points to join or leave the path network and the connected parks offer toilets, parking and amenities.

The Network is comprised of three paths, the Bullawah Cultural Trail (Ovens Riverside Path), One Mile Creek Path and the Three Mile Creek Path.  Download the Shared Path Network map here.

Road Riding

Do you prefer a leisurely ride from one winery to another?  Or do you prefer to challenge yourself with hill climbs?  There is no doubt that you will find a ride just right for you.  Some of our most iconic road roads include the Ryans/Taminick Loop, which includes the steep but rewarding Taminick Gap and stunning Australian Grass Tree's, also not to be missed is the Whitfield to Lake William Hovell ride passing wineries, old tobacco kilns and amazing vistas of the Alpine National Park.

Gravel Rides

Take the road less travelled and explore our vast network of gravel roads on two wheels.  Step back in history along the Woolshed Valley between Eldorado and Beechworth, or take in the beautiful Australian Grass Trees in the Warby Ovens National Park.  The King Valley boasts a network of gravel rides that have been created and signposted so you can get the most out of your gravel grinding in the King Valley.  For the full list of gravel riding opportunities in the King Valley & Surrounds, download the Ride Guide here.

Pedal to Produce

Cycle through the truly magnificent countryside and be rewarded with delectable delights such as wine, cheese, bread, berries coffee and much,  much more.  This is one of the greatest ways to explore the regions finest offerings and get plenty of fresh air.  Download the Pedal to Produce map here.