If you’re looking for an indoor training partner in the lead-up to the United Energy Around the Bay then look no further than FulGaz.
On FulGaz, you can ride key sections from every distance to help you learn, prepare and understand the route.
FulGaz also has the iconic Arthur’s Seat climb from the 300km distance and the Albert Park Lake Family ride.
If you’re looking to trim and of the routes down into more manageable bite-sized pieces for your indoor training, you can use the ride-trimming feature to create smaller sections.
Plus if you’re working with a coach, or want to add a workout to this route, you can upload your .ZWO files at members.fulgaz.com.
The beautiful Mornington Peninsula on Port Phillip Bay becomes a very popular tourist destination in summer. A flat training ride before reaching the hilly Mt Martha esplanade between historic towns of Sorrento and Mornington. One interesting moment was on the narrow scenic esplanade in Mt Martha when some of the wonderful charity riders of Tour de Cure and their support vehicle were travelling very slowly making it a very tight squeeze for cars and other cyclists to overtake. What became an awkward riding and filming moment actually became one of the features of the ride after slowly overtaking and encouraging them. The ride finishes at the very scenic Mornington Pier and yacht club.More Info
Good training ride starting on scenic Mt Martha esplanade riding up and over Arthurs Seat before descending towards Main Ridge. Be sure to use this time for recovery before tackling the hills of Main Ridge and the dippers of Shand’s Rd before climbing up to Red Hill. After getting this far enjoy the scenic descent of Arthurs Seat the climb you started with before a nice finish in Dromana by the water's edge.More Info
A newly completed lap of the lake. Whether you're looking for a place to do intervals, or just for an easy roll, Albert Park Lake is an extremely utilised space for cyclists. With only one set of traffic lights to navigate, you're sure to get some quality riding in, all whilst being relatively close to the inner suburbs of Bayside.More Info
A brand new updated version of one of the most popular FulGaz rides, shot in full 4K quality! Enjoy a ride from Mordialloc to St Kilda, then back down to Mordi again with ZERO red lights. Truly the stuff of road cycling fantasy - unless you're in FulGaz. We've edited all the red light stops out so you can blast straight through for the ultimate Melbourne training ride!More Info
Sunny ride heading out of Frankston by the bay starts by tackling some little local hills before descending twisty 2 bays rd before short ride along Moorooduc Hwy to climb the steep Wooralla Rd. Ride continues through Mt Eliza before a stunning descent down Oliver’s Hill finishing at Frankston beach.More Info
Enjoy the early morning sun on spectacular Point Nepean from Sorrento and see the old historic Quarantine buildings and old forts of WW1 and WW2. Also famous for the mysterious disappearance of Australian Prime Minister Harold Holt in 1967. Presumed drowned. Keep an eye open for any signs of Harold.More Info
A beautiful and flat ride by the beach. This takes you along the shoreline of Port Phillip Bay from Black Rock, through St Kilda and on to Port Melbourne. It was filmed on a perfect summer's morning before the wind picked up.More Info
A flat scenic ride through the inner West of Melbourne, you start on the banks of the Maribyrnong travelling south along bike paths. The opening stretch is through some grubby industrial estate but once you see the Westgate Bridge in the distance you'll be tapping away with the sunshine on your back. As you ride past the power station, see if you can out sprint the tug boat in the river next to you.More Info
Join the team from Bicycle Network in 2023 to experience Around the Bay.
Running for over 30 years, this is the only day of the year where you can ride fully supported around Port Philip Bay. With seven different options, there’s a ride for everyone.