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Tour de Pedal to Produce: Day Cycling Tour
The Milawa region is fast becoming renowned for being the gourmet hub of regional Victoria, and for good reason. The combination of fertile land, Italian heritage, fine weather and an Alpine backdrop are ideal for wine and food. Exploring this area via bike is the perfect way to discover the gourmet delights on offer, whilst enjoying the great outdoors. The Tour de Pedal to Produce is a self-guided cycling day tour where you can enjoy cycling at your own pace, stop for as long as desired at the designated stops and explore places off the beaten track. All in all a fantastic way to spend a day!
- CategoryEasy-going & Leisurely
- Duration1 day
- Culture LevelFamiliar
- Skill Level1 - Beginner
- Activity Level1 - Easy
- Elevation1 - Easy
- Distance21.7 miles
The Pedal to Produce tour is a brilliant cycling tour that captures the major highlights of Beechworth and the Milawa wine and gourmet food region. Sip organic wine, taste local lemon infused olive oil, sample a whole range of different locally made cheeses, and enjoy the beautiful Alpine farm scenery with easy & safe cycling.
The Pedal to Produce tour is perfect if you’re staying in Beechworth or anywhere nearby, and you would like to explore the region but don’t know where to start. The cycling tour starts and ends in Beechworth.
The riding on the Tour de Pedal to Produce is easy, with mainly safe off-road paths using the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail, and includes plenty of delightful gourmet stops. Total distance is approximately 35 km (21.7 mi) with 15 km (9.3 mi) downhill and the rest completely flat.Experience for yourself why the Pedal to Produce Tour in North East Victoria is becoming so popular. The Tour de Pedal to Produce is available any day of the year except Christmas & New Years Day, with only 24 hours notice required for your booking.
Note: a $10 surcharge is applied post-booking for any tours that are booked on a Victorian Public Holiday (check all official Victorian public holidays here).