Whether you’ve exhausted your bike trail options in Queensland or you’re just the type who constantly looks for new adventures, a day’s drive south from Brisbane will take you closer to the rail trails of New South Wales. In this Rides and Tours article, we’ll be going over NSWs exciting rail trails where you can spend a day—or more—on your electric bike.
Tips and advice from e-touring experts. Whether you’re a beginner looking for a new adventure or already a tourer and are looking to make the most out of your next trip, then this article is for you.
If you live in South-East Queensland there are a surprising number of rail trail rides within a few hours drive of Brisbane. Here is a list of classic and shorter rides ... for inspiration.
If you are curious about how an ebike works or are keen on a particular type of ebike then EBB hosts a number of group rides or specialist demo events where you can try one. See what's coming up.
The Tweed Valley is stunning. Beautiful beaches. Coastal ranges. Lush green valleys. With the Tweed Valley Rail Trail nearing completion it will soon become a major cycling destination. Don’t wait though. There are many excellent ride routes. Stephen shares one of his favourite day rides with us.
Looking for a weekend away? Bill & Lesley wanted to support our drought stricken rural areas so headed to Murgon for the weekend to ride the Murgon to Kingaroy section of the South Burnett Rail Trail. They share their ride - an easy 82km day ride from Murgon to Kingaroy and back to Murgon.
Another great riding idea from Andrew, one of our EBB E-Bike specialists. Stradbroke Island is one of the the world's largest sand islands and is easily accessible by e-bike. If you fancy an interesting and fun week-end away or want to squeeze in an adventurous day trip then read on.
With our hilly terrain and the extra gear that you carry on bike tours, electric bikes are fast becoming the bikepacking bike of choice. Andrew, one of EBB’s fantastic staff members, shares his recent 'delite'ful 5-day e-bike camping trip around Mt Warning. For inspiration :)
Love To Ride Brisbane is on again in September. Sign up and help break records to prove to BCC and Qld Government that cycling infrastructure is worth investing in.