Bike Education and Skills Programs

Want to learn how to ride, increase your riding ability or brush up on your maintenance skills?

Several programs are currently on offer right here in WA to help you get riding or build your confidence in the workshop. Check them out below!

Learn to Ride

Don’t know how to ride? No worries – there’s a program for you! Whether you’re 5 or 55, it’s never too late to give cycling a go.

People on Bicycles

People on Bicycles offer learn to ride and cycling confidence programs for all ages. They also offer customised training for schools, workplaces and more. Find out more about People on Bicycles HERE.

Riding for Beginners

Already know how to ride a bike but lacking in confidence or need to brush up on your skills? Several of our Affiliate Member Organisations offer coached cycling services for beginners. Check them out below.

Rock & Roll MTB – Learn to Ride MTB

If you’ve ever been interested in Mountain Biking, put a visit to Rock and Roll MTB on your list! Rock and Roll offer dedicated MTB clinics for new and novice riders, right through to private tuition for riders wanting to take their skills to the next level. Find out more about their clinics and services HERE.

Exercise Institute – Women’s Cycling Perth Ride

Exercise Institute run a women’s-specific group session for beginner and intermediate riders every Thursday morning at 9:30am, altering between Kings Park and Guildford start locations. You can find out more about the ride, Exercise Institute and their women’s cycling program HERE.

Chain Reaction Training

Chain Reaction Training run a variety of training sessions each week, including 6-week courses for beginners in Kings Park. They also host a variety of on-road group training sessions almost every day of the week, with different options available to suit all fitness levels. Find out more about CRT HERE and view their upcoming programs HERE.

Junior Cycling Programs

Do you have a young rider in your life who would like to start cycling as a sport? Several cycling clubs in Western Australia currently offer junior rider development programs for riders with intermediate to advanced cycling skills. WestCycle also host school holiday road training camps in the warmer months.


If you can’t see a program listed near you, we recommend contacting your local cycling club. If you are a club wanting to get your program listed here, please contact us.

Roues Chaudes Cycling Club – Junior Training & Racing Program

The club’s core weekly session is run on Thursday nights in Kings Park from 5:30-6:30pm, meeting at the DNA Tower carpark. A group ride also runs on the first Saturday of the month at 6:30am from Crank’d Café in Leederville. All sessions are run by Level 1 Cycling Australia Coach Jethro Nagle. Riders from all clubs are welcome – the first session is free. For more information, please contact or click HERE.

Road Safety Education

Teachers and parents, this one’s for you. Engaging children with bikes from an early age can help set them up for a more physically active lifestyle, and encourage them to engage with active transport. Most importantly, it’s a lot of fun!

Constable Care Safety School Excursions

Constable Care’s Safety School Excursion program provides a fun and practical way for children to engage with road safety issues. Students learn vital pedestrian, bicycle and public transport safety skills through play in a purpose-built facility. Bikes and helmets are supplied, all educators have to do is make a booking! Find out more HERE.

Bike Maintenance Courses

Look after your bike and it will look after you. Learning to look after your bike is easy and rewarding. It can also help you avoid repairs and keep the moving parts working for longer – saving you money. Book in for a bike maintenance course and start reaping the rewards today!

Bike Dr Basic Maintenance Courses

Bike Dr run hands-on bike maintenance courses that are suitable for beginners. They also regularly deliver community-based bike maintenance events for local government areas. Check with your council if there is an event coming up in your area, or make your own enquiry HERE.

Getting into Cycling as a Sport

Loving the ride and want to take it to the next level with club training or racing? This section is for you!

If you want to start cycling for sport, the best place to start is by contacting a club that caters to the type of riding you’re interested in. In Western Australia, we are fortunate to have over 50 clubs that cater for the disciplines of BMX, Mountain Biking, Road Cycling, and Track Cycling. Most clubs host regular social and training rides at least once a week, catering for a wide range of abilities. You can also join in the action of racing at any fitness level, although some club-riding experience is recommended.

You can find your nearest club by discipline using our handy club locator tool HERE.