You ride. We’ll do the rest
What does it take to be a Peaks finisher?
13 hours to prove yourself
Peaks Challenge Falls Creek is one of the greatest riding experiences of your life.
You’ll tackle the ascents of Tawonga Gap, Mount Hotham and finally, the beast that is the back of Falls Creek. It will hit you like a tonne of bricks.
In 2018, 1,500 riders faced the peaks but only those who crossed the finish line within the 13-hour deadline earn the right to proudly call themselves Peaks Challenge finishers.
One of the greatest riding experiences of your life is within reach – you ride, we’ll do the rest.
“You cannot define this iconic undertaking by one moment. The entire event including all the training, camaraderie and preparation was one magnificent journey” – 2017 Peaks Finisher
A steep and relentless climb
Peaks Challenge Falls Creek is a 235km loop ride from Falls Creek, via Tawonga Gap, Mount Hotham and Omeo to the Back of Falls.
The Back of Falls will hit you like a tonne of bricks. With 200km in your legs, you’ll quickly learn why the first pinch is called WTF Corner. It’s a steep and relentless climb with little reprieve.Read more
You Ride. We'll Do the Rest
Team Bicycle Network wave leaders act as domestiques setting the pace on the day. Whether its finishing or cracking sub < 10 hours, our wave leaders will help you reach your goal.
Mobile Mechanics sit behind the last rider, in front of the first rider and throughout the peleton. You’ve dedicated so much to be here, we won’t let a mechanical stop you from reaching your goal.
Moto Marshals track the route waiting to use their helping hands. All Moto Marshals are trained in first aid and will help get you back on your bike.
something money can't buy
It’s more than just a jersey…
You’ll have 13 hours to make your mark and earn a jersey for yourself. It’s significance is something only a fellow Peaks Challenge Finisher can understand.
We had a chat to some Peaks finishers and let them reflect on their preparation, the challenge and what the finishers jersey means to them on their cycling journey.Read more
In 2010, our first riders took on the peaks in Victoria’s rugged High Country. Riders were pushed to their limits and beyond, but still rose to the challenge. The legend of the series was born.
In 2018, 1,500 riders tackled one of Australia’s toughest bike rides, Peaks Challenge Falls Creek.
The final Cradle Mountain
2017 also saw 300 riders tackle the rugged but spectacular landscape of Tassie’s North West at the final Peaks Challenge Cradle Mountain.
Team Bicycle Network
At a Peaks Challenge event, we don’t just provide you food and water. We have a team dedicated to setting the pace, rhythm and the attitude that’s required for a good day in the saddle. You can expect lots of encouragement, support and help with pace setting from Team Bicycle Network.Meet the team Train with the team