You can find on this page the Melbourne bike map to print and to download in PDF. The Melbourne bicycle map presents the bike routes and lanes of Melbourne in Victoria - Australia.
The Melbourne bike lane map shows all the bike routes of Melbourne. This bicycles lanes map of Melbourne will allow you to easily plan your routes with a bike in Melbourne in Victoria - Australia. The Melbourne bike lanes map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
The City of Melbourne TravelSmart map provides a comprehensive guide to on-road and off-road biking routes and facilities in the City of Melbourne. Major on-road cycling routes include Royal Parade, Canning Street, Rathdowne Street, Swanston Street, Albert Street, La Trobe Street, Exhibition Street and St Kilda Road as its shown in Melbourne bike lane map. Off-road routes include the Yarra River Trail, Moonee Ponds Creek Trail, Maribyrnong River Trail, Dynon Road, Footscray Road and Harbour Esplanade.
Capital City Trail (PDF 354 KB) is a shared use path for cyclists and pedestrians, which circles the Melbourne city centre and some inner eastern and northern suburbs of Melbourne. It is 29 km in length, and mostly consists of sections of other trails, such as the Merri Creek Trail, Main Yarra Trail, Moonee Ponds Creek Trail and Inner Circle Rail Trail as you can see in Melbourne bike lane map. Bike lanes strengthen the connections and make it safer for people to cycle throughout Melbourne. Routes and paths with increased separation from traffic and parked vehicles make it easier to get around and improve connections to the city existing network of bike routes.
Melbourne is a bike-friendly city. There are now 40km of new kerbside protected bike lanes, many more dedicated bike tracks and an impressive network of on-road bike lanes. It’s easier than ever to travel comfortably, conveniently and sustainably around Melbourne and take in its many magnificent sites. Melbourne to Portsea is 185km of pure riding bliss as its mentioned in Melbourne bike lane map. Cruising along the coast and over the rolling hills around Mt Martha Esplanade is simply incredible. The Dandenongs, this route includes the two most popular climbs in the Dandenong Ranges. The benchmark climb for Melbourne cyclists, many riders know their PRs on The 1 in 20 by heart.