Cycling Bondi Beach to Watsons Bay, the headland loop.

A view over the harbour entrance. Cycling Bondi Beach to Watsons Bay

We are training for a 8,000 kilometer ride. Yeah, you read that right. All the way across America from east to west.  So how do you do that? There are two schools of thought – you train for the tour or the tour trains you. I think we’re going for the middle road.

Cycling Bondi Beach to Watsons Bay

This loop takes about 45-minutes and has a good mix of hills. Traffic for the most part is light. There are also some great downhill sections which is making us more confident on our new bikes.

Diversions while cycling Bondi Beach to Watsons Bay

It is great, and if you want you can pop in for a swim at so many beaches and coves along the way. Bondi, Camp Cove, Parsley and Nelson Bay. You really are spoilt in Sydney. Great views, great beaches, biiiiig hills.

Headland ride
Click on the map above to see the detailed route we use for our training loop cycling Bondi Beach to Watsons Bay.
Take a look at the route and if you’re living in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs I recommend you giving this loop a try, I was always really surprised how few other cyclists I saw out on the road. Centennial Park is definitely more popular for cycling, but cycling Bondi Beach to Watsons Bay is more challenging and more fun.

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