Great Vic Bike Ride
Please follow the ‘learn more’ links above to book your 2019 ride extras.
Our members help us do more for people who ride bikes.
Here are the answers to your most common questions.
If your question isn’t in the list, please contact us via our website or call on 1800 639 634
There’s really no campsite like a Great Vic campsite – it’s a pop-up town with everything you need, including:
- Breakfast and dinner
- A medical clinic
- Daily live music and other entertainment
- A ‘Main Street’ full of vendors, community groups and tourist information
- Two licensed bars
- Outdoor cinema
- Mobile phone and ebike charging station
- ‘The Hub’ information centre
- Dishwashing and clothes washing stations
- Free water refill stations
- Luggage trucks to move your gear each day
- Showers and toilets
We provide a luggage transfer service, which is included in your ticket. Each day, you’ll be required to load your luggage into our luggage trucks, and unload at the next site. Make sure to take note of your luggage truck number, so you don’t have to search through thousands of bags.
Each Great Vic rider is allocated 20kg of luggage total. This must be split into:
- 2 x 10kg bags
For the safety of our Great Vic team and other attendees, baggage weight checks will be conducted on arrival to the event, and penalties will apply for overweight bags.
ChargeSpot will be on site at every stop to keep you charged up. Spots are limited so pre-book your charging now via our shop and ensure you stay connected.
You’ll receive your registration pack when you arrive at the campsite on the first day of the ride. There will be no riding on arrival day, so arrive at any time and check in with the team at registration.
22 November – 1 December 2019
Changes to traffic conditions
There will be some changes to traffic conditions including road closures along sections of the Great Vic Bike Ride route and near campsites
Please take care if you are driving near the event route and if possible plan ahead to allow extra travel time. Bicycle Network works with Victoria Police and Regional Roads Victoria to plan the event route.See map with changes