Head out on the highway for a two-wheel adventure along Victoria's spectacular coastal and mountain roads.

The magnificent Great Ocean Road should be top of your biking bucket list. Spanning 243 kilometres along the stunning coastline of Victoria's southwest, the road is considered one of the best motorcycle routes in the world. Stretch out your time in the saddle and continue along the Great Southern Touring Route to take in the Grampians and Goldfields on your return. For a shorter run, take a spin Around the Bay, an ideal day trip around the Mornington and Bellarine peninsulas, or stretch out a trip to Phillip Island's Moto GP with the Bays and Surf Coast Touring Route.

Inland, wind your way up the Great Dividing Range among heady tall-forest scenery on the popular 27.9 kilometre Black Spur Drive, linking the Yarra Valley with the mountain areas around Marysville. The surrounding roads, and pubs, around Healesville, Kinglake, Flowerdale, Yea and St Andrews, along with the Mount Dandenong Tourist Road, are ever popular with weekend riders.

Reach higher ground on the Great Alpine Road, Australia's highest year-round accessible sealed road. The 339-kilometre road stretches from Wangaratta in the northeast right across to Metung on the Gippsland Lakes. The most popular leg for motorcyclists is between Bright and Omeo.

In the west, the Pyrenees and Grampians touring route is a scenic ride from the Western Highway to Avoca, Halls Gap and Ararat with plenty of open-road feel and the backdrop of the rugged Grampians.

No bike? No biggie. You can still take to the highway on a Harley. Talk to a tour company and choose a scenic tour or tailor your own trip.

Get on your bike and see Victoria from the saddle.

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