My Next Challenge helps you find your road next road cycling event in Australia. Whether you are looking for your next charity bike ride or team endurance event, this is the place to find your next ride.
20 Road Bike events
The Sydney 2 CAMberra Charity Ride due to take place in April 2020 will now take place on the 11-12th of September. Ride approximately 300km from Sydney to Canberra whilst raising funds for the Stillbirth Foundation Australia.
Brisbane to Gold Coast Cycle Challenge 2020 has been postponed to 2021.
Join thousands of riders as they pedal 100km from South Bank, Brisbane, to Southport on the Gold Coast.
The MS Sydney to the Gong Ride is hoping to go ahead on the 1st of November 2020. Currently participants can register for the MS Sydney to the Gong Virtual Ride.
The A. C. E. Ride is an opportunity for cycling enthusiasts of all abilities to experience stunning Wimmera views; with Mt Arapiles rising from the surrounding flat countryside, not unlike Uluru in Central Australia. Starts & Finishes in NATIMUK
The Tour of Western Australia is a 6 day road cycling tour taking place from the 6-11th of October. Covering 684km over 6 days, riders will journey through the beautiful Margaret River, Nannup, Collie, Bridgetown, Manjimup and Augusta before finishing back at Margaret River.
The Tour de Cure 2020 Signature Tour has been postponed from 26th March - 3rd of April to the 8th - 16th of October 2020. The Tour de Cure 2020 Signature Tour is a 1,400kms bike challenge travelling from Newcastle to Noosa over 9 days.
The United Energy Around the Bay bike ride will take place on Sunday 11th October 2020. The event has a ride for all abilities with distances from 20km through to 300km.
Now in its 37th year, Spring Cycle brings together approximately 9,000 cyclists of all ages and abilities to participate in Sydney’s largest recreational bike ride. The event provides a unique opportunity for participants to explore Sydney’s stunning landscape and iconic attractions by bike.
The Beverley Heroic is a weekend of riding in Beverley, Western Australia that celebrates a historic bike ride held in the region. All bikes are welcome with a number of distances on offer.
Save the date for the Bowral Classic on Sunday the 18th of October 2020. The event is a one-day Gran Fondo Cyclo-Sportif held in the pristine Southern Highlands, centred around Bowral. Choose from four course options.
Renowned as Canberra's toughest cycling event and one of the toughest cyclo-sportifs in the country with seven hill rides to choose from, there’s something to challenge every rider. The event proudly supports The Kids' Cancer Project. Fitz's Challenge will be held on the 25th of October 2020.
For road riders the Fleurieu Fondo offers ride distances of between 30km and 125km along a car-free Southern Expressway past Adelaide's beautiful southern beaches to McLaren Vale.
The Tour of Margaret River returns on the 6-8 November 2020. The event is the largest road race in Australia and offers amateur cyclists the chance to compete directly against riders from the pro tour peloton.
Amy's Gran Fondo has a new date of 7-8 November 2020. Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the event is held in memory of Amy Gillett. The Amy Gillett Foundation raises funds create a safe bike riding environment in Australia.
L’Étape Australia provides amateur riders with an experience as close to riding in the Tour de France as it is possible to get with fully closed roads and a mountainous course that is the equal of a mountainous stage of the Tour de France.
The 2020 Great Vic Bike Ride will journey from Rainbow to Pomonal, Great Western via Halls Gap in Victoria.
The Alpine Classic returns in 2021 on the 23-24 January. The event offers eight different routes from 60km through to 320km.
Returning on the 7th of March 2021, Peaks Challenge Falls Creek is a 235km, 12 hour challenge with 4000m + of ascents via Tawonga Gap, Mount Hotham and the beast that is the back of Falls Creek.
The Great Ocean and Otway Classic Ride will return on the 24th of April 2021. The Great Ocean & Otway Classic Ride offers a spectacular ride along the world famous Great Ocean Road.
The Noosa Classic will return on the 15th of August 2021. There are three distance options available: 65km, 120km & 160km. The 160km challenge journeys from Tewantin, 5km from Noosa and will see you take on almost 2,000m of elevation, including the infamous Cootharaba KOM climb.