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Victoria is one on the most active randonneuring regions in the world. Our large membership base allows Victoria to provide a full calendar of varied rides all year round. There are few weekends when you will not find an Audax ride somewhere in the state. Victoria's climate is well suited to cycling and the differing terrain, often on quiet roads, makes it easy to ride all day.

Coastal panoramas that are world renowned such as the Great Ocean Road, Phillip Island, Wilsons Promontory or Port Phillip provide glorious backdrops to some great rides. Then there are historic gold mining towns in the central districts of Bendigo, Ballarat, and Maryborough often hosting or on the route of many superb rides.

The Great Dividing Range frequently throws up its share of challenges in several rides quite close to Melbourne and don't forget the Victorian Alps for some classic climbs. All areas though, whether on the plains, in the hills, in the forests, farmland or arid areas of Victoria will offer you some exceptional cycling experiences when you ride with Audax.

Rides from 50k to 1200k, both supported and unsupported, provide riders every sort of challenge and some first class enjoyment.

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Feature Events and Club Nights

Want to join us on one of our more popular events, the regular club nights or social functions? Take a look at Feature Events

 

Frequently Asked Questions

To understand the Victoria regions history, events and rides and how to get involved, please read Victoria Frequently Asked Questions

 

Ready for some longer rides?

From February through to October, the Victoria Region has a great selection of 600km+ rides scheduled in 2016.

These longer rides will provide good training for Great Southern RandonnĂ©e 1000/1200 (13-18 November 2016). If you're keen, then please note that registration for this event opened on 15 April 2016 and has been very popular - but you can still join the waiting list.

 

Permanents

Victoria also has a large selection of permanents available for members to ride at any time.

The Brevets Permanent List has pages and pages of excellent routes for members to try.

New: Choose your ride from the Victoria Region Permanents Map.

 

Long Rides

Super rides for Super Randonneurs
The Goldfields Traverse Super Series continues, with 400km and 600km rides coming up in gorgeous cycling country around Bendigo. At an average of one ride per month, you'll have the SR series in the bag before winter!

Regional Contacts

President:

Sarah Chaplin

Treasurer:

Phillip Hayes

Brevet Secretary:

George Judkins

Calendar Co-ordinator:

Helen Lew Ton

General Committee:

Tim Laugher

Henry de Mann

 

Vic Region Financial Documents.

Vic Upcoming Rides

Sat 30 March
Yea 130km Route MapRegistration
Yea 150km Route MapRegistration
Yea 200km Route MapRegistration
Yea 300km Route MapRegistration
Yea 400km Route MapRegistration
Adelaide (Blackwood) 601km InformationRoute MapRegistration
Adelaide (Blackwood) 1002km InformationRoute MapRegistration
Sun 31 March
Robe 609km InformationRoute MapRegistration
Mon 1 April
Warrnambool 305km InformationRoute MapRegistration
Warrnambool 402km InformationRoute MapRegistration
Wed 3 April
Mordialloc 80km 
Sat 6 April
Melbourne 100km Route Map
Bendigo 300km Route MapRegistration
Sun 7 April
Tallarook 115km Route Map
Mon 8 April
Mansfield 112km Route Map
Tue 9 April
Wangaratta 102km Route Map
Wed 10 April
Shepparton 131km Route Map
Thu 11 April
Bendigo 100km Route Map
Fri 12 April
Daylesford 70km Route Map
Sat 13 April
Bendigo 35km Route Map
Bendigo 70km Route Map
Ballarat 130km Route Map
Port melbourne 200km Route MapRegistration
Sun 14 April
Lake Weroona Bendigo 100km Route Map
Kyneton velodrome, Kyneton, VIC 107km Route MapRegistration
Barwon Heads 117km Route Map