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Brisbane Routes

Road Bike Rentals in Brisbane, Australia | Livelo


Brisbane has the perfect climate to cycle all year round.

Livelo has mapped out a selection of Brisbane's best road riding routes, with options to suit a wide variety of riders and riding opportunities. 


BRISBANE RIVER LOOP (24.2mi / 39km)

Bike Routes Livelo Brisbane River Loop

The most popular ride in Brisbane, the River Loop is the perfect introduction to Brisbane's many riding pleasures and the perfect recovery ride, whether that's recovering from a tough weekend century or 24 hours cooped up in a A380.

Most of Brisbane's popular hotels are only a 5 minute ride to the River Loop, so it's nice and easy to get started. Stoping is not so easy. There are just too many great cafe options to choose from: "I think I'll just do another loop while I decide..." And did we mention that this route is mainly on separated bike paths? It is, and this makes it very easy and safe to navigate for visitors from out of town. 

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BRISBANE CBD TO MT. NEBO (33.2mi / 53.5km)

Bike Routes Livelo Brisbane CBD to Mt Nebo

You depart the Brisbane CBD for the steady climb to Mt Nebo and Jollys Lookout. The first 10kms take you through Brisbane's suburbs of Paddington and Bardon before entering the D'Aguilar National Park. If you are looking for a solid 90km ride, just add the River Loop above when you return to the city. 

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Bike Routes Livelo Brisbane Congress Ride - River Loop + Mt Coot-tha

What better way to see Brisbane than a pleasant 35km ride around the river with a little detour to Mt Coot-tha and 650m of elevation. The ride commences at the Botanic Gardens near the corner of Alice and Edward Streets. Ride concludes at on the Goodwill Bridge. This should place you in close proximity to your hotel.

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Brisbane Triple - Mount Nebo - Mount Koot Tha - River Loop (62mi/100km)


Need a 100km/60miles in the legs? Want to see some of the best that Brisbane has to offer (on a bike)?

This rides ticks plenty of boxes, including 2,500m of climbing. 

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