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Bike Tracks - Easy Terrain

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Bike riding is a great way to see the region, however it is important to do it safely. There are a lot of bike tracks with firm sealed surfaces and gently undulating wide paths suitable for riders of all ages. Many are shared pathways with walkers so courtesy is important - make sure your bike has a bell to alert pedestrians. For safety, helmets are required. See below for some easy riding options.

Mornington Rail Trail - Cycling
Starting at the Mornington Railway Station, this trail follows the old Mornington Railway all the way to the Railway Preservation Society. The railway still runs today but only as a tourist attraction on the first three Sundays of each month, with extra services running through peak periods.
Northern Peninsula
Walk Difficulty
Mt Eliza Trail - Cycling
From the Baden Powell Drive and Humphries Road intersection, this trail leads through Mt Eliza via pathways all the way to the Emil Madsen Reserve. Take a look at some of the beautiful houses of Mt Eliza and get off the beaten track by taking another way through the suburb.
Northern Peninsula
Walk Difficulty
Portsea to Sorrento Bay Trail - Cycling
This section of the Bay Trail showcases the beautiful part of the Mornington Peninsula between the Portsea and Sorrento Piers. The Mornington Peninsula Bay Trail Extends from Portsea all the way up the Port Phillip Bay Beach to Mornington and through to Frankston where it then heads inland out towards Hastings and the Westernport Bay.
Southern Peninsula
Walk Difficulty
Rosebud Bay Trail - Cycling
Ride along the pathways and boardwalk on Rosebud Foreshore, see beautiful shell covered stretches of beach and stroll down the Rosebud Pier. This section finishes up at the Anthony's Nose Car Park which is a popular fishing location.
Southern Peninsula
Walk Difficulty
Rye Bay Trail - Cycling
Ride through the tourist hot spot of Rye and take in the beautiful bay views. There are a great array of shops along the Point Nepean Road in Rye and the foreshore is a fantastic place to relax and have some lunch.
Southern Peninsula
Walk Difficulty
Somerville Trail - Cycling
From the heart of Somerville, this trail leads into the North of Hastings where the turn off to the Bluescope Steel Mill is. This links the inland section of the Bay Trail to the first part of the Westernport coast section in Hastings.
Westernport
Walk Difficulty
Bittern Coastal Wetlands Boardwalk & Warringine Park Cycling Track
This popular boardwalk showcases the southern-most mangroves in the world, with plenty of bird-life and good views to French Island. The trail is shared by cyclists and walkers, and runs from Western Port marina in Hastings to Jack’s Beach in Crib Point.This trail passes through Warringine Park.
Westernport
Walk Difficulty
Blairgowrie Bay Trail - Cycling
Follow the bay trail from the Blairgowrie Shops to Canterbury Jetty Road and witness the beautiful flora bordered beach. There are also sections of the Mornington Peninsula's famous beach houses along this section of the walk to observe.
Southern Peninsula
Walk Difficulty
Capel Sound Bay Trail - Cycling
This section of the Bay Trail takes travelers from the end of the Rye Foreshore, through the Capel Sounds camping grounds, to Chinamans Creek in Rosebud. It is a shared pedestrian and cyclist path.
Southern Peninsula
Walk Difficulty
Dromana Bay Trail - Cycling
Gravel pathway weaves in between the trees on the Dromana Foreshore and takes travelers from one end of Dromana to the other. The Dromana pier and the new Dromana Lifesaving Club are prominent points situated about half way along this trail.
Southern Peninsula
Walk Difficulty
Frankston Foreshore - Cycling
Explore the Frankston Waterfront on the 3m wide, raised timber boardwalk designed to protect the vulnerable dune system.There are gorgeous views of Port Phillip Bay. Park in the Kananook Creek Reserve and follow the creek to the Frankston Pier.Continue along the boardwalk to the gravel track leading to the Jetty before returning the same way.
Frankston & Surrounds
Walk Difficulty
Hastings Trail - Cycling
This trail heads straight through Hastings, covering much of the foreshore and also passing the Westernport Marina. This is the first section of the Westernport bay encountered on the Mornington Peninsula Bay Trail and makes for a scenic trip through Hastings.
Westernport
Walk Difficulty
Hughes Road Bay Trail - Cycling
This section of the Bay Trail takes travellers through Blairgowrie to the Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron.
Southern Peninsula
Walk Difficulty
Marine Parade (Hastings Foreshore Reserve) Circuit - Cycling
Take in views of the Westernport Bay on this picturesque ride along the grassy Hastings Foreshore Reserve.From the Hastings Pier follow the paved track past the restaurant following closely to the waterfront. At the first intersection take the path to the right. Follow this around until you meet up with the boardwalk.
Westernport
Walk Difficulty
Mornington Bay Trail - Cycling
From the scenic Schnapper Point, this trail takes travellers further up the esplanade and then inland, eventually ending up at the Mornington Tourist Railway Station. 
Northern Peninsula
Walk Difficulty
Nunns Walk - Cycling
This section of the Mornington Peninsula Bay Trail starts at the Balcombe Creek car park on the Esplanade in Mt Martha and stretches 6.5km along Mt Martha's beautiful foreshore. Along the way there is a multitude of amazing view points and beach houses to see.
Northern Peninsula
Walk Difficulty
Peninsula Link Trail (North) - Cycling
Considered the largest piece of “health and fun infrastructure” in the south east of Metropolitan Melbourne, riders and walkers are now able to enjoy the 25 kilometre shared path built as part of the Peninsula Link freeway project.
Frankston & Surrounds
Walk Difficulty
Peninsula Link Trail (South) - Cycling
Considered the largest piece of “health and fun infrastructure” in the south east of Metropolitan Melbourne, riders and walkers are now able to enjoy the 25 kilometre shared path built as part of the Peninsula Link freeway project.
Frankston & Surrounds
Walk Difficulty
Portsea Bay Trail - Cycling
This concrete shared trail covers the picturesque section of the Mornington Peninsula Bay Trail from the Point Nepean National Park to the Portsea Pier.
Southern Peninsula
Walk Difficulty
Red Hill Trail - Cycling
Discover the quiet, winery central town of Red Hill. This town is famous for being right in the middle of the Mornington Peninsula Winery Region and also has a beautiful "hinterland" landscape. 
Hinterland
Walk Difficulty
Safety Beach Bay Trail - Cycling
This picturesque section of the Bay Trail encompasses the amazing Safety Beach stretch of Port Phillip Bay. Ride beside the beautiful white sandy beach and see the Safety Beach Jetty, Sailing Club and the Martha Cove Underpass.
Southern Peninsula
Walk Difficulty
Somers Bay Trail - cycling
This large section of the Mornington Peninsula Bay Trail traverses from the township of Bittern, out to Somers and then straight into the heart of Balnarring. These quiet Westernport towns are beautiful examples of the more peaceful side of the Mornington Peninsula.
Westernport
Walk Difficulty
Sorrento Bay Trail - Cycling
Travel from Sorrento Pier to Cameron's Bight Jetty and witness an amazing stretch of Port Phillip Bay.The Mornington Peninsula Bay Trail Extends from Portsea all the way up the Port Phillip Bay Beach to Mornington and through to Frankston where it then heads inland out towards Hastings and the Westernport Bay.
Southern Peninsula
Walk Difficulty
Sweetwater Creek Boardwalk Circuit - Cycling
The reserve creek is fed by runoff  from the surrounding areas and Frankston Reservoir, which is controlled by Parks Victoria. The reservoir is closed to the public at present. The stream, which used to run through the area containing the reservoir, was diverted when the reservoir was built in 1922.
Frankston & Surrounds
Walk Difficulty
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