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Steve Waugh Foundation Captain’s Ride

Good luck to my friend Gus who is taking on the Steve Waugh Foundation Captain’s Ride in Tasmania from 4-11 Nov. He’ll need to be training well – not just to take on the hills in Tasmanian but he’ll be riding next to STEVE WAUGH, MARK WEBBER, CADEL EVANS, ADAM GOODES, RICHIE PORTE, DALEY THOMPSON to name […]
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Murray River Cycle Tour Recce Trip

Richard is currently out checking the route for the Murray River Cycle Tour in February; assessing all of the roads, looking for the best lunch spots and restaurants for dinner, meeting our accommodation hosts and finding interesting things to add to the ‘Things to Do’ list. Check out some of his pics on our Facebook […]
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AllTrails Rides Featured in Bicycling Australia

Thanks to Nat Bromhead and the Bicycling Australia team for their recent online articles about our two long-distance rides in 2018; The Murray River Tour (Source to Sea), and Perth to Broome. Read the article here: bicyclingaustralia.com.au/destinations/cycling-from-source-to-sea-and-perth-to-broome-with-alltrails  
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AllTrails jersey spotted in…Canada

We love seeing our jersey turn up all around the world. Here is the famous orange AllTrails jersey helping it’s owner ride from Toronto to Montreal in Canada. The pic is taken just outside Kingston in Ontario. Thanks James for sending in the photo.
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Venice to Paris Complete

What a wonderful month of cycling! Our new Venice to Paris route was challenging, exciting, and spectacularly beautiful. And what a great way to top it all off to see the Tour de France arrive in Paris with Aussie Michael Matthews in the green jersey. Thank you and congratulations to all cyclists involved as well […]
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Venice to Paris ride underway

It’s that time of year again! Our annual European ride is underway today, this year starting in Venice, finishing in Paris the day before the Tour de France arrives. Keep an eye on the tour progress via our Facebook page and/or Instagram: facebook.com/AllTrailsAus/ @alltrailsbicycletours    
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New Tour Release – Perth to Broome

We are really excited to announce the release of our big ride from Perth to Broome in May/Jun 2018. If you are on a mission to ride around Australia or are looking for an epic outback ride on bitumen roads, then this one is for you. More details at alltrails.com.au/rides/perth-broome/.
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7 Reasons for a Cycling Holiday

In today’s Age online content there was a link to a great article about why you would choose cycling holidays. Whether you do it all yourself, or let someone else (like AllTrails!) do the planning, booking, organising and safety – it’s a great way to get more out of your next break from work. Read […]
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Bicycling Australia – AllTrails Article Part 1

Thanks to Bicycling Australia for their recent article on AllTrails – both the history and future plans. We look forward to the next edition! http://www.bicyclingaustralia.com.au/destinations/alltrails-bicycle-tours-taking-cyclists-around-australia-and-across-the-globe
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Murray River Cycle Tour Released

It’s here! We have released our big tour from the start of the Murray River to the Mouth. The Murray River Tour – From Source to Sea Stage 1: The Alpine Adventure. Thredbo to Albury, 4 days, average 84km/day, 23 Feb – 26 Feb Stage 2: The Holiday Towns Tour. Albury to Mildura, 11 days, average […]
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Coming soon…two epic cycling journeys

Coming soon…two epic cycling journeys;1. Cycle alongside the Murray River from its source near Mt Kosciuszko, NSW, right through the golf resorts & border towns of Victoria, to Goolwa in South Australia where the Murray hits the sea.2. An Outback Classic from Perth to Broome. It’s big, but you’re going to love it. Register your […]
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NEW Ride Release

AllTrails is proud to be working once again with Bicycle Network to provide the 4-day Great Ocean Road Cycle Tour in October 2017 – a wonderful extension ride to the famous ‘Around the Bay’ ride – however this year we are doing something a little different… We are combining this spectacular Great Ocean Road 4-day […]
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Merry Christmas

From our AllTrails family to yours, we would like to wish everyone a happy and safe Christmas and New Year. We thank you for your continued support and look forward to bringing you some amazing adventures next year. Keep pedalling and happy trails.  
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New Rides New Concept

We have recently released 2 great new rides under a new tour concept: A cycling holiday just as much fun for non-riders! These tours are an ideal ride if you are a cyclist or the partner, friend, or family member of a keen cyclist. You decide what to do; ride, join the non-rider itinerary, take […]
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Phil & Susan’s Farewell BBQ Brunch Ride

You’re invited… Ride in a bunch stay for brunch 10am Sunday 13 Nov 2016 Albert Park, Melbourne 15km loop ride alongside the river, then alongside the sea, back to Albert Park (optional 5km laps around the lake) After the ride there will be an early lunch BBQ to celebrate Phil & Susan’s time with AllTrails […]
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Great Ocean ‘Rode’ tour winds its way home

Thanks to all cyclists who joined us this year on our annual ‘Great Ocean Rode’ tour – another thoroughly enjoyable tour. It’s such a wonderful opportunity to ride this iconic coastal road in a small group and we love doing it every year. This year had some unexpected challenges with some road closures due to […]
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Richard & Jo Say Hello

Hello! We are Richard and Jo Marshall, We’re thrilled that after 20 years of running Australia’s best multi day cycling tours, Phil and Susan have passed the baton to us. We may have big boots to fill, but we’re excited by the challenge and the opportunity. Our backgrounds are in transport, logistics and in personal […]
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Phil & Susan Say Goodbye (soon)

Phil & Susan Say Goodbye (soon)         The time has come, to say fares fare, we’ve done our time, we’ve loved our share… The company’s sold, to Richard and Jo, We wish them well, please give them a go… (apologies to Midnight Oil) Yes folks, after 20 years of designing and running […]
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Phil & Susan join the River Cruise

Phil & Susan have just joined the River Cruise – thanks to Jill & Phil for this pic. To see more pics from the cruise have a look on our Facebook Page or search the hashtag #cyclingrivercruise in Facebook or Instagram. https://www.facebook.com/AllTrailsAus/ https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=%23cyclingrivercruise
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European Cycling River Cruise Underway

They are ‘off and sailing’ on the European Cycling River Cruise from Budapest to Amsterdam. We wish all the best to our AllTrails cyclists who have joined this cruise. It looks like everyone is having a blast on-board. A couple of pics are below, but have a look on our Facebook Page to check out many more […]
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Health Benefits of Cycling

Being in the business of Bicycle Tours, we get to see first hand the impact that cycling has on people. Following is an article from Hiresquare which makes some very good points. Health Benefits of Cycling When you think of cycling, you likely conjure an association to an active, healthy lifestyle. But cycling goes beyond […]
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AllTrails jerseys spotted in…Scotland

We love getting these pictures of AllTrails jerseys in interesting locations around Australia and the world. Thanks to Peter & Jennifer for sending in these ones from the Butt of Lewis Lighthouse at Point Ness, the most northerly point of Lewis in the outer Hebrides, off the mainland of Scotland.    
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AllTrails Morning Tea Stop hits the local paper

Thanks to Marg for sending in this article from the South Gippsland Sentinel Times featuring a few of our cyclists at the Korumburra Senior Citizens Club. We stopped here on our recent RACV Resorts Ride to have morning tea where the seniors put on a great feed for us all and was considered a highlight […]
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START Foundation Trivia Night

In support of our inspiring friend Kerryn Harvey, who many of our AllTrails community will know, we would like to invite you all to join us at the START Foundation (Kerryn’s foundation) Trivia Night. If anybody would like to join us (Phil & Susan) on a table on Sat 28 May at 7pm in Richmond (Melbourne), […]
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RACV Resorts Ride Poem #2

We are always impressed and appreciative when cyclists on our tours take time to create poems about their ride. Wonderful memories to reflect on at the end of the ride and also to revisit years later. Here is poem #2 from the recent RACV Resorts Ride. Click on the below link to read the poem by Harry. […]
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RACV Resorts Ride Poem # 1

We are always impressed and appreciative when cyclists on our tours take time to create poems about their ride. Wonderful memories to reflect on at the end of the ride and also to revisit years later. Here is poem #1 from the recent RACV Resorts Ride. Click on the below link to read the poem […]
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Cycling River Cruise write up in Bicycling Australia

Thanks to Bicycling Australia for the write up in their latest mag on the European Cycling River Cruise with Phil Anderson that we are selling. It’s going to be a very special event – contact us today if you are considering this trip as there is limited space left. More about the cruise here: alltrails.com.au/rides/cycling-cruise-phil-anderson/ Bicycling […]
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Terms and Conditions for RACV Resorts win-a-bike competition

Notice in regards to the current AllTrails ‘Win a Bike’ promotion/competition being run in conjunction with RACV: Terms and conditions apply. Competition open to RACV Resort guests, Healesville Country Club & City Club guests, and RACV members. One bike to be won at each of Cobram, Inverloch, Cape Schanck and Torquay RACV Resorts, plus RACV […]
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AllTrails jersey spotted in France

We always love getting pics of the AllTrails jersey showing up in all sorts of places around Australia and around the world – send us in your pics if you have any! Here is one being worn in Northern France by a friend of one of our great clients – thanks for the pic Michael!
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Ned Kelly Chase – Wangaratta 25 Oct

If anybody is interested in a run/cycle challenge with an interesting twist, this is worth having a look at: nedkellychase.com.au 100/50km runners have a head-start on the 100/50km cyclists who all have an arrest warrant for one runner…the chase is on!
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Cabrini Cycle Challenge – Poem by Simon Woods

Cabrini Cycle Challenge Poem by Simon Woods Susan, I’m sorry, I think you expect, that by now I’d have written a poem, I know every time, I’ve come up with a rhyme, composed while I’m riding alone, But this time I was stumped, the well had run dry, I’m afraid I’d be only repeating, But then […]
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Camel Trek

Trekking through the South Australian desert for a week, looking after camels, sleeping under the stars, dealing with the creatures of the outback, wind, rain, sun, storms. It all adds up to another great adventure…ask us about it next time you see us! Phil & Susan    
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Save the Rhino Quest

Here is a message from a good friend of ours and regular AllTrails cyclist Alan who we have enjoyed many tours around Australia with. Hi Guys During the last few years, I have been involved with trying to save the Rhino. A friend of mine, Lynn Johnson, has been leading a world wide campaign from Melbourne […]
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Safety Tips for Cycling #7

As most of our previous clients know, safety has an extremely important emphasis on our rides in the daily pre-ride briefing, evening briefing and most other occasions where Phil addresses the group. Here is one of a series of safety tips from Phil.   Lift your front wheel over obstacles It is a good idea […]
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Safety Tips for Cycling #6

As most of our previous clients know, safety has an extremely important emphasis on our rides in the daily pre-ride briefing, evening briefing and most other occasions where Phil addresses the group. Here is one of a series of safety tips from Phil.   Be seen! Wear bright clothing always. Especially on long rides. Have […]
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Safety Tips for Cycling #4

As most of our previous clients know, safety has an extremely important emphasis on our rides in the daily pre-ride briefing, evening briefing and most other occasions where Phil addresses the group. Here is one of a series of safety tips from Phil.   When riding on a footpath beware of hazards. This is an especially […]
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Safety Tips for Cycling #3

As most of our previous clients know, safety has an extremely important emphasis on our rides in the daily pre-ride briefing, evening briefing and most other occasions where Phil addresses the group. Here is one of a series of safety tips from Phil.   When bunch riding, sit close behind but to the left or […]
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Safety Tips for Cycling #2

As most of our previous clients know, safety has an extremely important emphasis on our rides in the daily pre-ride briefing, evening briefing and most other occasions where Phil addresses the group. Here is one of a series of safety tips from Phil.   Cross tram lines at right angles (especially when wet/raining) Over the […]
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Safety Tips for Cycling #1

As most of our previous clients know, safety has an extremely important emphasis on our rides in the daily pre-ride briefing, evening briefing and most other occasions where Phil addresses the group. Here is one of a series of safety tips from Phil.   Be aware of what is around you. Always be on the […]
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Two Bays on a Bike Tour Underway

Good luck to all of those cyclists heading out on Day 3 of our ‘Two Bays’ tour today from RACV Resort Inverloch to Phillip Island. Forecast is for low to mid 20’s for the rest of the tour – great cycling weather! http://alltrails.com.au/rides/2015-two-bays-on-a-bike/  Here are a few pics from last year’s ride – we will post […]
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Another successful Tour Down Under Package

Thanks to all of the lucky cycling enthusiasts who joined us in Adelaide last week for the Tour Down Under – it was  great week filled with some really unique experiences, plenty of stories and of course, top cycling. We’ll get a few pictures out soon on our Facebook page.  
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AllTrails Christmas get-together pics

Thanks to everyone who came along for the AllTrails Christmas get-together last night in Hawthorn. We had a great night and were able to catch up with cyclists from many of our rides from over the years. 40 people attended with another list of ‘apologies’ read out. Phil was able to introduce most of the […]
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AllTrails Christmas get-together info night

AllTrails Christmas get-together info night Join us for a fun night Where: Geebung Polo Club Hotel, 85 Auburn Rd, Hawthorn East. When: Tue 16 Dec Time: 6:30pm drinks (buy your own) Free Dinner: 7:00pm Why: To celebrate enthusiasm for adventure in our new brochure. All attendees go into the draw to win one of two […]
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Phil Made It!

We were very glad to receive a phone call via the satellite phone yesterday from Phil & Susan saying that they had made it to Lake Eyre – great news! It was a quick phone call and there was not enough time to get a full update other than to say that it was a […]
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Phil’s update

Just had a phone call and a few pictures though from Phil & Susan. They are doing well – enjoying themselves very much but Phil’s achilles and feet are in quite a bit of pain through sore muscles and blisters but he is soldiering on. He’s also revolving his 6 pairs of runners during the […]
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Phil’s progress update

Phil & Susan’s mobile coverage is very intermittent to say the least, however over the weekend we got a few pics and a short note through as per below. He’s also made the local papers: Weekly Review link. Leader Article link. End of Day 5:                   Snack […]
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Phil is underway! ** update **

23 Sep: Day 3 is nearly complete on Phil’s Multi-Marathon. We’re hoping for a detailed update in the coming days but we have received a few pics back from Phil & Susan as per below. Today he even ran into a cyclist on the Mawson Trail who had come over and ridden with AllTrails in […]
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Phil’s Training Update – just days to go

Last weekend’s Father’s Day was very special for me as I had a date with my three children, Jacinta, Suzie & Steve as we are all doing the Melbourne Marathon together in October. I ran 30km from Port Melbourne to Doncaster return, Jacinta & Suzie ran 15km from Vermont and Steve drove with his two […]
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Phils Training Update – 2 weeks to go

This weekend Susan and I went up to the Woodend/ Kyneton area and I ran my 42km back-to-back marathons on Saturday and Sunday. From cold and dark early morning starts at 5:30am, the days turned sunny and beautiful as sunrise came and brought on the day revealing an abundance of wildlife including lots of kangaroos […]
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Fiona drops by the office

It was wonderful to see Fiona today as she dropped in to our office with her husband on her way to Tasmania. Fiona joined AllTrails on many rides a few years ago including the big ride across the Nullarbor where her smiling face and friendly nature was truly enjoyed by us and all of the […]
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AllTrails ride featured in Royal Auto RA Magazine

If any of you have received the latest Royal Auto RA Magazine (September 2014 issue), turn to page 26 for Cam Cope’s story on our Two Bays bike ride. The online version is below: http://www.racv.com.au/wps/wcm/connect/royalauto/home/travel/australia/victoria/general+victoria/two-bays-bike We will be running the ride again in Feb 2015 and we are just putting the final touches on that […]
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Make friends for life on an AllTrails tour

We recently received this photo from a group of our AllTrails cyclists who just got back from a 5 week overseas trip together. “Hanging out with 3 people I met on different AllTrails Tours, thought you might like it. All still mates n continually catching up. All thanks 2 U – Like ya work.” We love seeing […]
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Phil’s Training Update

  Now that we are back from overseas and I have a more regular training base, I have a measured distance of 30km from our home in Port Melbourne to Bay St Sandringham and return, along Beach Road in Melbourne. I did that run on Saturday morning, leaving at 6am. I thought I may get […]
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Update on Phil’s Training

Well we are back in Melbourne, arriving on Friday morning with a little bit of jet-lag but still managed to run 25km on Saturday morning and 27km on Sunday morning – each day starting at 5am when the temperature was 2 deg! A stark contrast to the European summer. On Saturday I had a banana […]
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Update on Phil’s Training

Susan and I supported the cyclists as they climbed the Alps, some excelling by riding up Col du Galibier then all cycling up Alpe d’Huez. A rewarding accomplishment. The next day we watched the Tour de France start of Stage 14 at Grenoble. After leaving our local guides to look after the riders we headed […]
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Update on Phil’s Training

Update on Phil’s training (and the Rome to Turin Bike Ride) We are in the Dolomite Mountains in Northern italy and the scenery is spectacular. Stayed in resort beside river and ran 24km downstream & back, passing by a roaring waterfall. It was a tough run and I’m feeling a bit weary all over. Visited […]
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The colorful bike from Zambia

Many of you know that Ben is over in Africa at the moment with the Africa Goal project. Here’s a couple of pics of a bike with ‘all the bells and whistles’ (including a car speedo) that Ben spotted in a petrol station in Zambia that belongs to the local security guard.
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Rest day in Lucca, Italy

Phil’s notes from the road: Susan and I arrived in Rome picked up new Peugeot 308 and drove through the city to our beautiful hotel. It’s very busy and challenging driving here in Rome. There are no defined lanes so it’s just a matter of finding your own space, surrounded by motorbikes, cars and busses […]
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