Want to ride in Wagga?

Cycling is a great way to enjoy the beautiful sights of Wagga Wagga and surrounds with family and friends of all ages, while burning a few calories at the same time!

No matter what your level of fitness is there are plenty of tracks for you to explore, and local cycling groups to explore them with.

Existing trails and paths

Explore Wagga Wagga by cycling along one of the many shared or road paths around the city.

Wagga Wagga City Council has developed an Active Travel Plan and is actively seeking external funding sources to complete the cycling network and enhance the cycling experience.

Have a look at the existing cycling network.

BMX Tracks

There are a number of BMX tracks located across the Local Goverment Area:

  • Blakemore Avenue, Ashmont
  • Huthwaite Street, Tolland
  • Cnr Lakeside Dr and Lake Albert Rd, Lake Albert
  • Yentoo Drive, Glenfield
  • Condon Close, Ladysmith

Events

Whether you're a competitive or social cyclist, there is always an event coming up in Wagga Wagga for you to take part in:

If you are visiting Wagga Wagga make sure you check out the Visit Wagga website to help plan your trip. It has all the information about where you can sleep, dine and play while you are here.

Hire a bike

Wagga Wagga City Council Tourism Partner Kidsons Cycles have everything you need if you are looking to hire a bike:

Web: kidsonscycles.com.au
Call: (02) 6921 4474
Store: 105 Fitzmaurice Street, Wagga Wagga, NSW 2650

Local cycling groups

If you're looking to connect with fellow cyclists there are plenty of local clubs that cater to different types of cycling and levels of fitness:

Local rides

What's next for cycling in Wagga?

Active Travel Plan 2016

Wagga Wagga Mutlisport Cycling Complex

Tolland Pump Track

The City of Wagga Wagga is currently undertaking the development of a Recreation, Open Space and Community Strategy. This Strategy will guide the planning of community infrastructure and programming for the City of Wagga Wagga over the next 20 years.

One of the actions in the strategy is to construct a pump track in Emblen Park, Tolland. This is a social housing district and will provide additional recreation activities for families in the area. The Department of Family and Community Services have provided grant funding to assist the completion of this project.

Tolland Pump Track Design