Tasmanian Bike Week

What is Bike Week?

Bike Week is held in the first full week of March and promotes recreational, sport and transport bicycle riding in Tasmania and aims to give people opportunities and support to ride more often.

Bicycle Network and other cycling groups organise activities and promotion during the week such as social rides, organised rides, bicycle valet parking, information pop-ups and film nights.

For the full calendar of what all the bike groups are doing during Bike Week, visit the Tasmanian Bicycle Council’s website

In 2024 Bike Week will be held Friday 1 March – Friday 8 March

Bicycle Network activities

What's on in Bike Week 2024

Friday 1 March

Queens View social ride – 10.30-11.30am. Queens Domain, Hobart. A short exploration of the Domain leading in to Coffee Chat and Cycles.

Coffee, Chat & Cycles – 11.30am-12.30pm. Join other bike riders to chat about all things bike riding at Jampacked in Hunter St, Hobart.

Saturday 2 March

Flight of the Folders – 10am-1pm. Ride out to MONA on folding bikes. 

Sunday 3 March

Elderslie Dysart Loop social ride – 10am-2pm. Broadmarsh. Country gravel backroads ride.

Wednesday 6 March

TBUG Longford to Carrick social ride – meet 9.15am at Lyttleton Street for the 49km route riding at about 20-25km/h. Free

Friday 8 March

International Womens Day social ride  – 10am-12pm. Cornelian Bay, New Town. Celebrating the Together We Ride sisterhood, come to MONA for coffees and chats.

25% Off

Bike Week membership offer

During Bike Week Tasmanians can become a member of Bicycle Network and get 25% off the normal annual price.

Just head to the membership page and type in the code BIKEWEEK25 when filling out your details to get the discount.

Membership provides health, income protection, and third-party insurance coverage while you’re riding as well as discounts at bike stores, legal advice if you are in a crash, fortnightly email newsletter and advocacy for better riding conditions in Tasmania. 

And if you attend one of our social rides during the week you’ll get a free What Hills? tshirt while stocks last.

Four people stands with bikes on a the side of a rural ride all wearing blue tshirts with "What Hills?" and a symbol of a bicycle on the front.


Help us make it easier to ride

The success of Bicycle Network rests on a team of dedicated volunteers who lead social rides, set up and staff valet parking, staff our festival stalls and events, count bikes and generally share their joy of riding.

If you are interested in volunteering for Bike Week or any other time of the year, please let us know.