BWW members have selected a number of different rides we as a club believe are safe for visitors to ride.
They have been grouped as Road Rides, on local, minor roads.
Hybrid and MTB rides, on bike paths and gravel roads.
Family rides for those visiting with children.

We hope you find a ride suitable for your needs and appropriate to the time you have available.
To access the relevant printable maps, turn by turn cue sheets and to downloaded files for various devices you will need a free RideWithGPS account.
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Road Rides

Below are some links to Road Rides.
Printable maps and downloaded files for various devices are available.

Ladysmith Loop
This road ride is mainly on quiet country roads covering approximately 60kms. It starts and finishes at Crackerjacks Cafe (Main St - Lake Albert) with a shop available for drinks and a snack at Ladysmith. There are a few climbs through the loop, but should be manageable for most riders.

Big Springs Loop
This is a 56 km loop from the Lake Albert shopping centre through Big Springs and returning via O'Brien's Creek and Holbrook Roads. (4 Notes on this ride to be aware of.)

Coolamon Loop
This road ride involves some climbing and would be best suited to experienced road riders who are comfortable with ride around the 100 Km distance mark. The ride is mainly on quiet country roads with the exception of the Coolamon Road section out to Downside, which may be a little busy at times.
The half way point in this ride is the township of Coolamon which is well worth a visit & where you will find a number of refreshment options in the main street.
This ride starts & finishes at the Northshore Café in North Wagga.

Gelston Park
A short road ride for those looking for a bit of hill climbing practice. Serious hill climbers may need to do a bit of Everesting on Gelston Park to slake hill climbing thirst.
Take care on the Holbrook Road on the way out & back, as this road can be busy at times.

Oura Beach
A 35 Km road ride from North Wagga to Oura Beach
For those looking for a longer ride, this in/out ride can be further extended out along the Oura Road towards Wantabadgery. The return extended ride to Wantabadgery is approximately 72 Km.
Note 1: The last Km of the mapped ride to Oura Beach is unsealed.
Note 2: There are no refreshments available at either Oura or Wantabadgery. Refreshments are available at either the Northshore Cafe or Palm & Pawn Tavern in North Wagga.

Patterson Road Harefield Loop
This is a 53 Km country road loop to the north of Wagga. Take care as both the Oura Road & Byrnes Roads can be busy at times. This is compensated by the quite scenic climb up Pattersons Road on the outward leg.

Hybrid and MTB Rides

Below are some links to Hybrid and MTB Rides.
Printable maps and downloaded files for various devices are available.

Town Loop
A 32 km scenic cycle loop around Wagga. Most of this loop is on cycle paths with some short road sections. The majority of the trail is flat with a few undulations and one major climb.

Kapooka Loop
This is a very scenic loop taking you through wooded areas on the way to the Kapooka Army Base and return. The middle section of this trail has a reasonable climb. The round trip is approximately 30kms.

Rawlings Park and Lake Albert Loop
An easy cycle circuit of Lake Albert & Rawlings Park mostly using shared walking & cycle paths. Refreshments available from the Lake Albert shopping center which is also the starting & end point for this ride.

Family Rides

Below are some links to family rides.

Pomingalarna Cycling Complex
The complex on the city’s western outskirts caters for competitive and recreational cyclists and features a criterium track, BMX track, jump tracks and pump tracks, cycling education area, velodrome and supporting infrastructure.