Most Beautiful Cycling Routes In The World

Great Ocean Road, Australia

Great Ocean RoadIf you feel like paddling along one of the best coasts ever, you should go for cycling along the Great Ocean road in Australia. It is 243 kilometers long so there will be plenty of sights ahead of you. The road is quite windy so you will get the unique opportunity to explore the typical Australian weather and get fit in no time. Some of the most prominent sights that you will be lucky to see are the view from the cliff tops, farmlands in the rural areas and Lake Connewarre. And the best of all, you can get to see the most famous surfing place in Victoria – the Bells Beach. If you would like to reduce your carbon tire-print and save some money while exploring the sights you should definitely check out electric bikes in Australia. You can start your cycling tour wherever you feel like it, just grab your electric bike and you are ready to start off!

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2 Comments on "Most Beautiful Cycling Routes In The World"

  1. The Gorges du Verdon in southern France, South Island NZ and Lands End to John O’Groats should be on everyones bucket list. Not forgetting the Great Ocean Road in Australia which I’ve ridden a few times and will be joining 5000 Aussies on 26 November for another Great Victorian Bike Ride.

  2. I’d add cycling around the hills and country-side of Chiang Mai, Thailand. World renowned spot due to ease of cycling and the gorgeous views of the country-side. During wet season at least. A little dry and drab these days but you still have majestic scenery with the mountains and deep blue skies.


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