Tasmanian Bike Week

What is Bike Week?

Bike Week promotes recreational, sport and transport bicycle riding in Tasmania and aims to give people opportunities and support to ride more often.

Bicycle Network and other cycling groups organise activities and promotion during the week such as social rides, organised rides, bicycle valet parking, information pop-ups and film nights.

If you would like your event or activity included in the Bike Week calendar, contact the Tasmanian Bicycle Council.

For the full calendar of what’s on during Bike Week, visit the council’s website

In 2022 Bike Week will be held 6–13 March. Once rides are scheduled we’ll update this site. 

Bicycle Network will be offering several social rides during the week but won’t be holding any indoor or larger events due to the uncertainty around the COVID-19 outbreak. Our social rides are small groups in the open air, where people can keep their distance from others.

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What's on in Bike Week 2022

For more information about the Bicycle Network rides and to RSVP please click on the linked ride names in each dot point.

Sunday 6 March
Women on Wheels ride – Bicycle Network, 10 am – 12 pm, Cornelian Bay upper car park, 14.5 km, Intercity Cycleway ride to view the Corridor of Modern Art street murals.

Monday 7 March
Margate to Coningham return – Bicycle Network, 9.30 am – 12.30 pm, 22.5 km, meet Dru Point in Margate, off-road bush paths, new cycleway, footpaths and quiet roads.

Wednesday 9 March
TBUG Westbury to Hoggs Lane – 9.15 am, 34 km, meet Franklin St sport ground Westbury, quiet country roads loop. Free.

Thursday 10 March
E-bike Coffee Cruise City and Nature – 9.30–11 am, meet at Brooke Street Pier, 8.9 km, Hobart Rivulet Path and city streets.

TBUG Nepalese community ride – details to come.

TBUG Trails around Launceston ride – Meet 5.45 am, Park Street Royal Park, 10 km.

Friday 11 March
Brave the Bridge – 8 am – 12 noon, meet at Cornelian Bay upper car park, 21.8 km, ferry, cycleways and Tasman Bridge.

TBUG History Ride – meet 9.45 am at Punchbowl Reserve car park, 15 km, ride to Carr Villa and old Smallpox Cemetery in Techno Park Drive and back to Punchbowl via Norwood for a BYO picnic lunch. online link to come.

KBUG Kettering Loop – 9.30 am, meet at Sea Wall Cafe, Kettering, 9 km, easy, scenic loop, riding on Channel Hwy and gravel Manuka Road.

Saturday 12 March

Pawleena Penna Circuits – 10 am – 12 noon, meet in Sorell, 30 km, mix of quiet roads and bike paths. 

TBUG night ride – Meet at 7.15 pm. Bling your bike and yourself with lights of all colours. Free

Sunday 13 March
New This, New That, New the Other – 11 am, leaving from Latrobe, 33 km, all on pathway to new Don River Bridge to explore the new sections of the Coastal Pathway. 

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Help us make it easier to ride

The success of Bicycle Network rests on a team of dedicated volunteers who lead social rides, set up and staff valet parking, staff our festival stalls and events, count bikes and generally share their joy of riding.

If you are interested in volunteering for Bike Week or any other time of the year, please let us know.