Port Fairy's population will swell by more than 4500 people on Tuesday when the Great Victorian Bike Ride hits town.
Riders will leave Portland on Tuesday morning for the 85km ride to Port Fairy.
The first riders are expected in the seaside village at 8am, with the last to wander in around 4pm.
Riders, support crews and ride organisers and infrastructure team members will camp at the overflow area of Southcombe Caravan Park.
Moyne Shire Council will provide the park free of charge with ride organisers bringing in their own amenity facilities.
Moyne Shire acting director of economic development and planning Adam Boyle said the council welcomed the ride.
"The stopover includes the only rest day of the 652km ride, providing great opportunities for our local community groups and businesses to get involved," Mr Boyle said.
That rest day will be on Wednesday, meaning riders will spend two nights in Port Fairy.
The ride began last Friday in Robe, South Australia, and will last for 10 days.
From Port Fairy, riders will head for Peterborough, followed by Beech Forest and Deans Marsh, before finishing in Torquay on Sunday.
The longest stage of the ride was the 109km journey from Mount Gambier to Portland on Monday.
The ride has a catering team of 70, a crew that is kept busy preparing 13,500 meals a day.
Bicycle Network's Rebecca Lane described the 2019 ride as "the greatest ever".