Ride Western Victoria on a fully supported multi-day ride

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After being postponed in 2020, the Great Vic Bike Ride is on again in 2021. Ride through Western Victoria, the Grampians and painted Art Silos on a fully supported multi-day bicycle riding holiday for 3, 5 or 9 days.


The majestic Grampians and the award-wining Art Silos in Western Victoria will take pride of place at this year’s Great Vic Bike Ride.

The 537-kilometre route is arguably the world’s greatest cycling holiday and bike riding adventure. 

 The 2021 Great Vic Bike Ride will show people a different side to the Grampians, with both the riding and off-the-bike experiences showcasing something new.

The Grampians and Art Silos route was planned for 2020 but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Highlights of the 5-day ride include:

>> The grain lands of Rainbow 

>> Grampians National Park

>> Art Silos, part of Australia’s largest outdoor gallery

>> A loop ride out of Horsham to arts hub Natimuk

>> A Halls Gap rest day 

>> A first-time visit to Pomonal, famous for its spring-time wildflowers

>> Finish line at Seppelt Winery

>> A chance to slow down and see Victoria from the seat of a bicycle

>> Being part of the most social week of the year. 

>> The grain lands of Rainbow


 Those who can’t get away for the week but still want to be part of the fun can join the first five days from Rainbow to Halls Gap or the last three days of the ride from Halls Gap to Great Western. 



WHAT: 37th annual Great Vic Bike Ride, a fully supported bike riding and camping holiday. It is the biggest multi-day bike ride in the Southern Hemisphere. There is extensive support provided including meals, luggage transport and on-route assistance. A licensed cafe, bar and restaurant under canvas, full medical team, entertainment and bicycle maintenance facilities.

HOSTED BYBicycle Network

WHEN: Saturday 27 November to Sunday 5 December 2021

WHERE: The 9-day bike rid starts in Rainbow on Saturday 27 November and include stays at Rainbow (27th), Brim (28th), Horsham (two nights, 29th and 30th), Halls Gap (2 nights, 1st and 2nd December), Dunkeld (3rd) and Pomonal (4th) and with a finish in Great Western.

COST: Early bird entries for the nine-day ride opened in May. $1,085 for adults, $989 for concession, $775 for youth (13–17), $415 for children (6–12), and free for five and under. Bicycle Network members get 10% off all prices.

The 5-day ride travels 328kms from Rainbow to Halls Gap and costs from $775 for adults.

The 3-day ride travels 209kms from Halls Gap to Great Western, and costs from $535 for adults.

Prices rise from 9 August 2021.

About the author: Fiona Harper is a Queensland-based travel writer – follow Fiona at Travel Boating Lifestyle


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