Road Cycling Routes

As well as a fantastic array of cycle paths, the Barossa is an incredible destination for road cycling. The region hosts the Tour Down Under, national and regional club racing and even the curious Barossa Barista and Bakery Cycle Challenge. The undulating terrain and diverse road network provides a wide choice for road cyclist including white gravel roads and a section of Pave at Chateau Tanunda. Popular rides include Seppeltsfield Loop, Flaxman’s Valley, and Menglers Hill. For something different ride to Lyndoch in the Southern Barossa along the Barossa Trail and then take Pimpala Road to ride Yettie Road to visit the Whispering Wall and onto Williamstown. For the more adventurous seeking a longer ride try the Sedan and Cambrai loop or journey north to Eudunda and Kapunda.

For inspiration, you might like to consider some of the following routes:  

Barossa Valley Floor - 44kms

Flaxman Valley - Mengler Hill Route -16-50 km

Williamstown Road Routes - 23 kms

Angaston-Cambrai-Mt Pleasant Loop -107kms

Kapunda-Nuriootpa - 55 kms

Keyneton-Angaston - 38 km

Nuriootpa to Angaston