Great Vic Bike Ride

Event Info

Treat yourself

Ride extras

Camping upgrades
Camping upgrades

From general camping to our luxury package, there’s plenty of accommodation options available.

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Phone charging
Charging

Stay connected on the ride with ebike and phone charging facilities provided by Chargespot.

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Transport
Transport

Transport includes you, your bike and your luggage and operates from a range of metro and regional centres.

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Merchandise
Merchandise

The Great Vic Bike Ride 2018 official event merchandise range is available online.

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Life on event

From moving 3000 riders to a new campsite each day to on-route support the Great Vic is so much more than just a bike ride.

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Get rewarded

Exclusive member benefits

Around the Bay members lounge
Members Lounge

The Bicycle Network members lounge is is the perfect spot to sit back and relax after the ride each day. 

Not a member? Join now to make sure you’ll be able to take advantage of our exclusive member rewards. Plus, you’ll receive comprehensive bike riding insurance, priority event entry and some awesome member perks.

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EventFAQs

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

How do I create an account in the new Bicycle Network online portal?

We’ve got a brand new event registration system and want to make your experience as smooth as possible. If it’s your first time visiting Bicycle Network’s new online portal (live since October 2018) you can get started with three easy steps below:

  1. Set up your account by submitting your email (username) here
  2. You’ll receive an automated email with prompts to create a password
  3. Log into the Bicycle Network community here with your new username and password and you’ll be ready to enter any upcoming events from the new look online shop.
What type of bike should I ride at the Great Vic Bike Ride?

The Great Victorian Bike Ride is completed on sealed roads and is better suited to a hybrid or road bike. However, we love all bikes, and you are encouraged to use the type of bike that you are most comfortable and familiar with.

E-bikes are welcome on the Great Victorian Bike Ride, subject to our policy.

What's provided at each campsite?

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
  • Security
  • 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
How do I move my luggage from site to site each day?

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. This can be either:

  • 1 x 20kg bag or,
  • 2 x 10kg bagg

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.

Can I charge my phone at the campsite?

ChargeSpot will be on site at every stop to keep you charged up. There is limited spots so pre-book your unlimited charging now via our shop and ensure you stay connected. 

When will I receive my registration kit?

You’ll receive your registration kit 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. 

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