There are a lot ways to travel inside Canberra on bike. Even better, there are some great gravel cycling routes right inside the city. So much so that it is pretty common for Canberrans to commute across and through some of these routes. These articles highlight some of the better routes I’ve found for a city-based gravel ride, going across and between suburbs, using combinations of well mapped places with lesser known connections.
The Murrumbidgee-following Bullen Range track is a highlight of the southern end of the Centenary Trail.
Single-tracking close to Canberra’s city centre.
The single track in the Arboretum can be combined into a great ride
How to circumnavigate Canberra on Gravel (at least 77%!)
Finished at the arboretum? Try this north Canberra gravel trail.
This route connects two single-track hubs through the infrequently used gravel trails of the Molonglo Valley
Canberra’s Nature Parks have great gravel tracks. This route delivers off-road cycling without leaving the city.
Riding around LBG is ok, but can get busy. Riding the Molonglo valley on this gravel trail leaves the crowds behind.
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