Pedal to Produce includes the renowned food and wine regions of Rutherglen, Beechworth, Milawa, Myrtleford and Bright where you can grab a bike and visit cellar doors, local breweries or drop into a café for a coffee along the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail. If you’re hungry you can refuel at one of the many bakeries, restaurants and food producers along the way.
Rail Trails & quite country roads
Meet the locals
Simply cycle at your own pace, on the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail, whilst collecting goodies from farm gates, cafés, breweries, cellar doors and providores. Stop to sample wine or local produce and meet the farmer who grew it.
Grab some wheels
Don’t worry if you didn’t bring your bike. All major villages in the High Country have bike hire available. Contact the Visitor Information Centre to get details. If you fancy a quick ride around town, Brown Brothers in Milawa and Bridge Road Brewers in Beechworth both have free bikes for a short pedal.
Our favourite foodie trails
Check out our favourite Pedal to Produce rides; Milawa to Oxley in the Milawa Gourmet Region, Rutherglen to Wahgunyah to taste world class wines or Bright to Porepunkah to soak in some of the best views while on two wheels that you will ever see.