Hitting Melbourne's cycle superhighways? Here are our favourite pit-stops
Kicking goals for Captain Planet, CERES has a lot of good karma – not to mention customers pedaling their way. Indonesian eggs and vegan baked beans taste even better when eaten under a gumtree. Brunswick East.
Pretend you are Mr Kingsley and Emma as you glide along the river in beautiful, vintage rowboats. And when you are done, head for the wooden river house for a Devonshire tea and all the old world relaxing you can handle. Fairfield.
If you've never tried escaping the city on two wheels, the Warburton Trail is a good place to start. Especially as there's life support in the form of this bike-shop-come-café on the bushy track. Warburton.
Formerly known as the Belgian Beer Café Bluestone, this eatery with its massive garden is just off the St Kilda Road cyclist superhighway. They serve coffee, but they also have a killer list of craft beers, so we like to make this a last stop and collapse of the lawn with a different type of brew. Melbourne.