Probably the best route around Melbourne!
Yallah Hungry Jack's Jamberoo : Kiama Gerringong : Nowra South to Milton
Suits adventure riders - great views and some fantastic photo opportunities
Great 1/2 day ride
Route out of Ringlet on the excellent C185, taking in some other great twisties on the way to the E2.
There's still some roadworks on the Georgetown end but rapidly improving, but the gem is the Forsayth to Einasleigh road, over the range. Nobody around, but there would be critters around Kangaroo o'clock so be careful then. The pub at Einasleigh is worth a stop for sure, maybe the night if that suits (they are renting rooms again). Check out the gorge while you're there. Any other road back out to a highway is dirt from Einasleigh but with the Kidston solar farm the road is kept in very good condition. Enjoy
lots of very tight twisties, open straights, dips and crests
wonderful mix of tight and windy and high speed windy country road. Wonderful scenery, ranging from mountainous through to coastal. Plenty of locations to stop for a drink or bite to eat
Interesting pillion ride
wonderful windy road with great scenery and close to Hobart
This is a very fun road, no logging trucks and motorists will normally pull over to let you past. Has been resealed near the Paparoa end (early 2018)
Starting just off the Gt Northern by the bottle shop on Hadrill road, head up into the hills for some magnificent views and some nice big straights. Get some speed up on Lancewood Ave to enjoy the steep sweeping down hill leading to plenty of twisties on Obrien Rd Be aware for the old bill/cameras around that area and the stretch to Toodyay. Once there you can step off and rest your bum grab a brew and treat yourself to a pie from the Bakery. Then off to chittering along Julimar. Ending back on the Gt Northern at the picnic spot in Bullsbrook.Just watch for roos, stupid pigeons and the odd bit if loose gravel. Enjoy.
Flagstaff Hill NORTH to Scarborough Pub (Coffee) WEST along Lawrence Hargrave Drive and follow the Old Princes Hwy back SOUTH to Mt Ousley Road.
Mix of a Bends and Straights. ONeils and Chittering with Toodyay for good measure. A good run from the Northern Suburbs
A nice jaunt thru the Brisbane ranges, passing thru Meredith a couple times.
Great back roads of this area ride this on a Goldwing and the corners are well marked there maybe stock on some roads but this route has little traffic
Fairy Meadow McDonald's Berrima Goulburn Canberra - Australian War Memorial All sealed roads, straight and uneventful.
They call it 99 Bends for good reason.
Whether you are on a sports bike, tourer or cruiser, you will love this amazing section of road.
Located on the Lyell Hwy between Queenstown and Gormanston, you will be rewarded with spectacular scenery and a fantastic session of approx 48 kms of curves on a mostly smooth road with a high grip surface.
You can take it slowly and enjoy the scenery or drop your knee onto the tarmac. Whichever you take it be careful of on coming vehicles who can encroach onto the wrong side of the white line on the tighter corners. The good news is most of the time there is little traffic to be seen.
To find the 99 Bends, plot a route between Queenstown and Derwent Bridge and you'll find the 99 Bends not far out from Queenstown.
The ride in/out of Queenstown will take you up and down a very steep rise that will surely challenge you in places with some very tight corners. The Derwent Bridge Hotel is a great start/end point and worth a visit for a refreshing beverage.
Recommendation: If you are riding Tasmania, then this ride has to be on the list.
Learner friendly, with a few twists and turns north of Bulli to Bald Hill. Scarborough Pub carpark is a gravel surface, other road surfaces are a smooth, easy run.