The GABCY Network

The GABCY Network is an integrated set of backroad cycling routes in Northern Victoria.

The GABCY Network covers 5,800 square kilometres, bound by the Campaspe River on the west side, the Murray River to the north, the Goulburn River on the north and east side, and on the south side, the foothills of the Great Dividing Range and Puckapunyal Military Area.

There are more than 20 individual loop routes in the GABCY Network and the total distance is over 1,700 km, although some routes overlap occasionally.

The building blocks of the GABCY Network are 50 to 90 km loops that interconnect. The aim for each loop was to find the most scenic backroads, to avoid traffic and main roads, and to include places for food, drink and accommodation along the way. The loops include many gravel backroads, and occasionally earthen lanes, in order to avoid traffic and to add to the scenic and adventure experience of your ride.

See details about the GABCY Network routes on this page – GABCY Network

Meet the Yellowbelly Track

Introducing the Yellowbelly Track – a 200km bike route in Northern Victoria, from Echuca to Tallarook, following the Goulburn River.

Route priorities were to stay close to the river, to minimise interraction with vehicle traffic, and to use river tracks and gravel roads instead of sealed roads where possible.

Read about it on this page – Yellowbelly Track