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Velo-City: Perth » Where to ride?

Where to ride?

WA has lots of great places to ride and there are plenty of resources available for people finding their way around. This section is just a collection of our favourite rides which we will build into a ride guide library – please feel free to contribute one of yours. In the meantime, click on the links below to read more about some of the great ride options in WA.
If you are looking for maps, try:
Munda Biddi Trail Foundation. They produce a series of maps and guides to the Munda Biddi Trail, which currently runs from Mundaring to Nannup but by the end of 2012 will provide a continuous off-road trail of X kms all the way to Albany. You can buy the maps online or pop into the office in the Perth CBD at Level 1, 862 Hay Street (upstairs in Mountain Design Building), Perth. Tel: +61 8 9481 2483 or Email:
Bikewest  has a variety of maps online which cover routes in and around Perth; regional areas; off road and railway tracks and localised Travelsmart maps for most Perth suburbs. They also provide ride booklets for coastal, hills and Swan Valley regions. Bikewest is also located in the CBD at Level 8, 140 William Street, Perth. Tel: +61 8 9216 8313 or Email:
The Bicycle Transportation Alliance also stocks the Travelsmart, Munda Biddi and PBN maps if you visit them in West Perth at Citywest Lotteries House, 2 Delhis Street. Call first to check opening hours on Tel: +61 8 9420 7210 or Email:

As well as our own Velo-city:Perth book, you might also like  Where to Ride – Perth which features 43 recreational rides, all within an hour’s radius of the Perth GPO. Each ride is graded from one to five stars in difficulty with one star rides being flat, short, and easily achievable by a beginner on the most basic of bicycles. The rides range in length from 10kms to 74kms. Written by Brent Meyer, who despite rumours to the contrary isn’t the dad of the international stars Cameron and Travis Meyer, Where to Ride Perth is published by Bicycling Australia, which has a stable of magazines as well as a full series of Where to Ride books. You might also like the Western  Australian Mountain Bike Guide by Travis Deane, available from all good bookshops.

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