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Pedal to Produce

From mountain streams, lush valleys and historic towns to fresh local honey, gourmet cheeses and a bevy of orchards and wineries, there are plenty of reasons to get excited about Victoria's Pedal to Produce cycling routes.

Ride your bike up to farm gates and fill your basket with fresh local produce bought direct from the farmer who grew it. Roll quietly into town and stop for a coffee, then pedal on through some of Victoria's most spectacular landscapes. Take to the trails and combine the best of sightseeing, relaxed, off-the-beaten-track travel and Victoria's exceptional wine and produce.

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Pedal to Produce

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Gapsted to Bright Ride

Local wineries abound for tastings and basket-fillers, while some renowned Bright restaurants will greet you with the best regional produce.

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Mansfield Town Ride

The streets of Mansfield are rich with gourmet options, featuring a farmers' market, restaurants and produce stores full of rich local bounty.

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Milawa Gourmet Ride

A bike basket full of Milawa produce – this is what happens when you ride past the wineries, farm gates and stores of this famous gourmet region.

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Wahgunyah Ride

Cycle alongside the mighty Murray River and you'll pass by enough cellar doors, restaurants and cafes to keep you busy for a whole afternoon.

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Beechworth Town Ride

Load up the bikes and ride around historic Beechworth. Indulge in delicious bakery treats, hearty country pub fare and diverse local wines.

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Work off an indulgent breakfast on a full day ride through spectacular Alpine landscapes or just spend an afternoon taking in the local sights.

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Wine regions

Come for King Valley icons and discover new favourite wines at family-run wineries in the High Country's eight wine regions.

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Family activities

Head to the ideal holiday destination for families and enjoy adventure activities including mountain biking, canoeing, rock climbing and skiing.

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Local produce

Relish the High Country's homegrown produce at its freshest, or delivered to your plate by a passionate local chef and accompanied by a regional wine.