BrimBUG is a Bicycle User Group based in the City of Brimbank. We are a non-profit organisation, dedicated to improving local conditions for cyclists. We conduct free rides of varying levels every two weeks.
All welcome!

BrimBUG members suggest that all riders become members of Bicycle Network Victoria  (previously  Bicycle Victoria) and receive the benefits of rider and accident insurance.


 Meetings:   Brimbug will have a winter recess and the next meeting will be Tuesday 13th Sept 2016.

Rides:  Winter rides will continue & will be posted on the rides calendar.


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When:       Sunday 14th August  2016

Meet:         North Melbourne Station

Time:          1100

Distance:      45 klms

Suits:            Adults, any maintained bike,  Free ride

Description:      An easy ride exploring the reaches of the Moonee Ponds Creek Trail.  Plenty of bail out points and a coffee stop.

Contact:        Ruth       0417 110 880


When:     Saturday 23rd July 2016

Meet:    North Melbourne Station.

Time:  1100

Cost:    Free, need maintained bike

Many ride options from this central meeting place.  Rider suggestions on the day & perhaps the weather will determine the route – of course there will be a coffee stop.

Contact:          Ruth        0417 110 880

Report:    A short ride exploring the Capital City Trail & linking with the Outer Circle  Loop. This was a new area for some of our group.   Cool weather kept us moving & a hot drink refuelled the tanks.


When: Sunday 19th June.

Meet: 10:00 am

Where: Sunshine Station at Bus Interchange.

Distance: Approx. 30 Km  easy flat ride. Return home by train.

Cost: Bring your Myki card

Description: Leave from Sunshine Station and ride the new trail to Footscray and onto Kensington for a coffee break and continue to Federation Square. An easy ride along trails with some on road cycling.

Please check the website 24 hours prior to the Ride for disruptions or cancellation notice.



Ride Report: The weather was just right for a leisurely winter’s day ride to the city via  the Maribyrnong river to Kensington and the Moonee Ponds creek into the Docklands and Town.