We consider the problem of repeatable motion planning for redundant robotic systems performing cyclic tasks in the presence of obstacles. For this open problem, we present a control-based randomized planner, which produces closed collision-free paths in configuration space and guarantees continuous satisfaction of the task constraints. The proposed algorithm, which relies on bidirectional search and loop closure in the task-constrained configuration space, is shown to be probabilistically complete. A modified version of the planner is also devised for the case in which configuration-space paths are required to be smooth. Finally, we present planning results in various scenarios involving both free-flying and nonholonomic robots to show the effectiveness of the proposed method.