Looking to get your cycle on in Brisbane? Luckily for you, Queensland’s capital has a bunch of beautiful bike paths to explore.

But if we’ve gotten to know you at all in the last 30 seconds, we know you want more than just beautiful. You’re after the best bike paths in Brisbane. And you won’t settle for anything less, damn it.

So, here are our top 5 Brisbane cycling paths where you can put the pedal to the… foot. We’ve judged each track on scenery, quality and difficulty to help you find your perfect path.

 

Kedron Brook Bikeway

Do you want to combine your love of fitness with your love of getting to work on time?

If you do, you’re probably not the first person we’d invite over for dinner, you weirdo.

But hey, the Kedron Brook Bikeway is perfect for you. This gorgeous, flat, beautiful bikeway gives you a glimpse into Brisbane’s waterways and wildlife.

Scenery: 4 Wheels

Track Quality: 5 Wheels

Difficulty: 1.5 Wheels

This Brisbane cycling track is perfect for:

North-siders, particularly CBD workers.

Tip for city workers: You can jump off the Kedron Brook Bikeway at Thistle Street, and make your way into the CBD. And if your building doesn’t have end-of-trip facilities, you can book a locker in King George Square.

 

Centenary Bikeway

The Centenary Bikeway heads from Toowong all the way to Forest Lake. So if you live anywhere in that stretch, you can even do a sneaky changeover to the Bicentennial Bikeway, and catch a glimpse of the river on your way into the city.

Scenery: 3 Wheels

Track Quality: 4 Wheels

Difficulty: 1.5 Wheels

This Brisbane cycling track is perfect for:

West-siders, families, and people looking to avoid riding on roads.

 

Bicentennial Bikeway

This bikeway is so good, they used it to commemorate two centuries, not just one (like that pathetic Centenary Bikeway).

It’s only around 2.7km from start to finish, but that’s more than enough to get you to either the city, or the ferry terminals at Regatta and Milton.

Your bike carries you enough. Isn’t it time your treated it to a ride on a CityCat?

Scenery: 5 Wheels

Track Quality: 5 Wheels

Difficulty: 1.5 Wheels

This Brisbane cycling track is perfect for:

CBD workers who live in West Brisbane.

 

7th Brigade Park, Chermside

This is easily the worst path for a serious cycle we have on this list. But, it’s definitely the most adorable.

7th Brigade Park hosts a series of mini-roads, with stop signs, turn lanes, and plenty more. Its main focus it to help kids learn a bit about the road rules and develop their bike-riding skills.

Scenery: 4 Wheels

Track Quality: 3 Wheels

Difficulty: 0.5 Wheels

This Brisbane cycling track is perfect for:

Young children and their parents.

 

Boondall Wetlands Trail

If you’re into nature, you’ll love the Boondall Wetlands Trail. This gorgeous 6km path twists and turns through the mangroves of Moreton Bay, making its way from Nudgee Road to the Boondall Wetlands Environment Centre. If you’re keen to learn a little more about the region, this trail is a must-do.

Scenery: 4 Wheels

Track Quality: 2 Wheels

Difficulty: 1.5 Wheels

This Brisbane cycling track is perfect for:

Nature lovers looking for a calm and relaxing ride.

If you’re not ready to dust off the old bike yet, why not give it a safe home in the meantime? Check out our self-storage options around Brisbane.

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