Are you are a new or novice rider, or you are a #ridetogetherWA champion who is helping a mate get into bike riding? We have put together some of the basics to get you started!
Where to Ride
Need some ideas to take your friends on a bike ride to help build their confidence? Perth and some of WA’s regional centres have excellent networks of paths, trails, tracks and on-road facilities for bike riders of all ages, interests and abilities.
Plan your next ride with these handy maps. There are maps for a variety of bike riders in WA.
Basic Bike Maintenance
When you have finally convinced your mate to drag their bike out of the shed, a quick maintenance check is a good idea before you get riding.
Bikes and Accessories
If you or your friend are considering a new bike but not sure where to start, we have compiled some handy information to help you to consider the different types of bikes and accessories which are on the market today and decide which bike is right for you.
Bike Education and Skills Programs
There are plenty of Bike Education and Skills Programs provided across the state as part of WA Bike Month, but if you can’t find one near your or tickets have sold out, we have collated all the program providers to help you brush up on your skills whether that’s Bike Maintenance to Learn to Ride.
Support Your Local Bike Shop
Local bike shops are an essential part of the WA bike riding community. They are the experts and the right people to ask about those more technical bike maintenance and repairs and can provide you the advice you need to get the best out of your bikes and accessories.
We are committed to playing our part in supporting West Australian business in our recovery, so this WA Bike Month, get to know your local bike shop and #supportlocal. Find your nearest shop using our handy store locator.