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.
26 Road Bike events
The Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road People's Ride gives you the chance to ride alongside Tour de France winner Cadel Evans and experience Australia's world famous Great Ocean Road coastline on your bike. With courses to suit all abilities, distances include 35km, 65km and 115km.
A great cycle Event - for a truly great cause. The Lake Hume Cycle Challenge features beautiful NE Victorian scenery and is run by local Rotary Clubs with proceeds going to the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre.
Life Cycle for CanTeen is a charity biking challenge in Western Australia which raises funds for young people dealing with cancer in their family. The Life Cycle OnRoad challenge will next take place from the 7-9 March 2020.
A Bicycle Network event, Peaks Challenge Falls Creek is one of the greatest riding experiences of your life. Complete the 235km, 12 hour challenge with 4000m + of ascents via Tawonga Gap, Mount Hotham and finally, the beast that is the back of Falls Creek.
Loop the Lake is a charitable cycle ride around Lake Macquarie. A project of the Rotary Club of Warners Bay, all profits go to charities.
The Bathurst Cycling Classic incorporates several events across three days; Criterium Racing, Hill Climb Championships and the Bathurst to Bathurst (B2B) 100km and 50km course.
The MSWA Albany Ride returns on Saturday, 14 March 2020. This family friendly event follows some of the most beautiful scenery in the Great Southern region, starting and finishing at Emu Point, Albany.
Bike SA's Coast 2 Coast cycle ride features some of the most stunning scenery on offer in Australia. Starting in Glenelg you will ride through the Adelaide Hills to finish in Victor Harbor. Choose from 65km, 95km or 120km distance options.
The Below the Belt Melbourne event will take place on 15th March 2020 at Sandown Racecourse. Whether you're an avid cyclist, new to the sport or looking for your next challenge, join the ride and help those living with below the belt cancers.
Based out of Bright in Victoria's High Country, the High Country Women's Cycling Festival is a celebration of women's cycling with a focus on fun, fitness, friendship and bike gains, in a unique alpine environment. The main event is the supported 72km ride from Bright to Mt Buffalo Chalet.
The Newcrest Orange Challenge returns in 2020 on the 22nd March. A Bicycle Network Event, participants can from 70km, 100km or 170km distances. All options include challenging climbs through the Orange region.
The Tour de Cure 2020 Signature Tour is a 1,400kms bike challenge travelling from Newcastle to Noosa over 9 days. Funds raised will go towards cancer research, support and prevention.
The Rotary Clubs of Ku-ring-gai, St Ives, Turramurra and Wahroonga jointly conduct the Bobbin Head Cycle Classic to raise important funds for Lifeline. Choose from four rides through scenic Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park and Bobbin Head.
The Murray to Moyne is a team relay event. Teams usually consist of 8 - 12 riders from novice up. Participants raise funds for hospitals, health services and related charities.
The Clare Classic bike ride will return in 2020 from the 4th - 5th of April. The ride takes place in the historic township of Clare Valley, a 2 hour drive from Adelaide. There are three distances on offer: 160km, 110km and 50km.
The Sydney 2 CAMberra Charity Ride was created after a young Sydney couple lost their son Cameron through stillbirth. In recognition of Cameron, the Ride aims to raise significant funds, awareness and support of families affected by stillbirth and SIDS.
The Great Ocean & Otway Classic Ride offers a spectacular ride along the world famous Great Ocean Road.
The Mailrun Charity Bike Ride returns in 2020 on the 19th April. The event offers 20km, 40km, 65km and 100km routes through the picturesque Hunter Valley in New South Wales. Join with hundreds of other cyclists in this fun cycling event.
Rotary Rides Canberra Five Peaks Challenge returns on the 26th of April 2020. The event is a non-competitive cyclo-sportive providing the challenge to ride the six peaks of Canberra – Mount Stromlo, Red Hill, Mount Pleasant, Mount Ainslie and Black Mountain and Dairy Farmers Hill (in the Arboretum).
Returning in 2020 from the 1st till the 3rd of May, the Tour de Cure SA Discovery Tour will be heading to South Australia's stunning wine regions including the Clare Valley, Barossa, Adelaide Hills and McLaren Vale.
The Pedal4Paramedics is a fully supported ride over 7 days which raises funds for the Queensland Ambulance Service Legacy Scheme. The scheme is a charitable organisation that provides a range of services to Queensland Ambulance Service families who have suffered the loss of a loved one.
Queensland’s biggest cycling event is back! For the past 30-years, each year thousands of cyclers gather and ride to fight MS! Choose from one of our five distances that has astonishing views and refreshment station.
The C2K Bike Ride returns from the 27th of June until the 3rd of July 2020. The full 7 day road bike ride tackles the 780km that divides Cape York from Cairns to Karumba. Mountain Bike riders take on the outback tracks and approximately 375km over 7 days.
Save the date for the Noosa Classic on the 16th of August 2020. There are three distance options available: 45km, 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.
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.