PEDAL
TO
PRODUCE

You don’t have to be fit, an avid cyclist, or even have your own bike to enjoy Pedal to Produce! All that’s required is a taste for luscious, farm fresh produce, exceptional local wines and carefully crafted foods.

Pedal to Produce offers three destinations, all with rich, distinct offerings spanning across wine, preserves, honey and mead, restaurants, organic meats, gin and much more. To get the most out of your journey, be sure to spend some time immersing yourself in the tangible history of the towns, hear the makers’ stories and plan your day with plenty of time to spare.

See below to choose the perfect destination for you!

For those who like a healthy serving of history washed down with some of the best wine in the world, Rutherglen is your Pedal to Produce destination.

With over 20 heavenly stops, this is the leg for true foodies! From crusty bread and devilish cheeses to honey mead and gin - you simply can’t go wrong.

Best suited to families who love to sight see. With history, a maze, paraglider watching and of course, beautiful fresh produce, 'Wandi' is truly a hidden gem.

Hungry for more?

Ian Diver Campbells barrel durif

The Trying Durif

Chat with the pros on their contentious, fragile and world class passion.

Bright Brewery

Pubs with Knockout Food & Beer

All your favourites and more made with fresh, local produce.

Gumtree pie ride

Ride to Pies and Puddings

Flaky pastry, hearty filling, sweet, savoury or somewhere in between.

Nightingales apple orchard pedal to produce autumn bike ride

Pedal to Produce

You don’t have to be fit, an avid cyclist, or even have your own bike…

Katrina Pizzini

Katrina Pizzini

Full of warmth and generosity, Katrina welcomes you into her world, where seasonal ingredients, classic skills and sharing the end result with loved ones are paramount.

Reed & Co distillery remedy gin hamish rachel

The Evolution of Reed & Co Distillery

Three years on, Rachel Reed and Hamish Nugent’s baby has grown!