Riding Your eBike in North Balmain

There is no skirting the issue, northern Balmain is hilly and it has great buildings and views. But on an eBike or if you actually like hills it is generally quiet to ride around and signage for bikes is quite good.   Drummoyne on the other hand is a popular place for the bike commuters but its probably only worth riding around the once. Head to the green path on this map  but make sure you are heading north as the most interesting road is St George Cres and its one way.

Distance 15km+ because you will also ride around Iron Cove
Shared Path  50%
Busy Roads 5%

See more pics of Balmain here >> and Drummoyne here >>

Did you know the east side of the bridge over #ironcove has a bike trail. It's good for getting to Balmain and East Drummoyne #biketrailbalmai ...

When your bike is too big for your house... #balmain #biketrailglebe_. #nowletsride #biketrailbalmai ...

I rode to #birchgrove at the end of Balmain. The houses were squeezed together so i couldn't see the great views. #biketrailglebe_ #biketrailbalmai ...

Pretty stylish big house next to the oval in #balmain #biketrailglebe_ #biketrailbalmai ...

One of the views to be had in Balmain if you can get and down the hills. #biketrailglebe_ #biketrailbalmai ...

There are some places to relax in #drummoyneeast. Stick to roads near the water. On my maps. #biketrailglebe_ #biketraildrumoy ...

Below is the Google Map.  Its the red path in North Balmain and the purple line is the fabulous Iron Cove ride

External Notes:  All the islands of Sydney Harbour

Post Author: BikeTrail.Blog

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