Whether you’re planning to escape peak hour traffic or take a bike path less travelled, there’s plenty of ways to ride Ipswich.
Choose your riding type below:
If you’re looking for a way to soak up the scenery, grab your bike, scooter or even skateboard, and helmet and head outdoors for a recreational ride.
Cruise to the shops, cafes, parks or along one of the many bikeways or footpaths available to explore Ipswich on two wheels .
If you choose to ride you can save on costs (petrol or public transport fares), while improving your overall health and fitness and being environmentally friendly.
Riding is a great way for children to adopt the Active School Transport (AST) program, and for adults to clear their mind before arriving at home or work.
Tip: if you’re commuting early morning or late afternoon, make sure you have visible clothing and lights for other riders and drivers.
Learn how to pedal your way around one of Ipswich’s purpose-built BMX tracks - suitable for both children and adults.
Remember: This type of riding requires a specific BMX bike suitable for the track.
Whether you like a fast downhill single track or wide open valley trail, there’s a number of outdoor trails to discover on your mountain bike.
Remember: This type of riding requires a specific bike built for the terrain and is not suitable for road bikes.
If the need for speed is calling, Ipswich has a number of cycling clubs to help you achieve your two-wheel competitive goals .
From criterium training and racing, to road races, take your riding to the next level in Ipswich.