Newcastle to Bathurst via old Pacific Highway and home via Bylong Valley
Starting at Pie in the Sky we did the old Pacific Highway to Wollombi ( via Jerry's for a second coffee). Then onto Broke, Denman and finally the glorious Bylong Valley Way to Rylstone. Overnighted at the top pub, good pub food and cold beer. Day 2 started at the local cafe then we cruised through Sofala and onto Bathurst then Oberon before heading home via Hartley and down the Blue Mtns. Overall roads were good but there were a few dodgy bits. Nice assortment of twisties and great scenery. For me, a perfect 2 day ride.
Inland route from Wollongong to Braidwood, avoiding the main freeway.
A nice little ride not too far from the centre of Bunbury taking some back roads
Good road surfaces. good corners. light traffic
This is a wonderful rural ride with a mix of 2/3 great quality dirt and 1/3 sealed road. The road rises to a peak of 800m above sea level so gets cold and passes mostly through State Forest and farming land. A great adventure bike exploration.
Nice rural trip with some gravel sections
Easy morning ride, be on the lookout for cyclists - very popular with them.
Nice sweeping turns and very close to the city.
Fantastic dirt, gravel, views, wilderness.
Not a bad way to kill 4 hours. A lot of beautiful scenery and old townships.
Kellyville to Bathurst then Penrith Return
Byford via Nettleton to Jarrahdale onto Kingsbury. SW highway to Nth Dandalup.Del Park Rd to Nanga.
A very nice rural road with some nice corners and scenery. Be wary of the locals that use it, they know the road and happily tear along at the posted speed limit of 100kmph. I reckon the road should have been designated 80, but this stretch avoided that, 100 is quite quick along this road.
Be wary of school pickup through Bunninong. There are hundreds of distracted mothers picking up kids, hundreds of aggravated tradies trying to get ahead of everyone, and buses everywhere. Once into Buninong the traffic is light.