It is easy to cycle instead for transport, especially for those short trips to work, local train station, shops or cafes.

The Department of Transport cycling information pages are packed with useful resources for people who commute by bike or wish to explore Perth and regional Western Australia.

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Cycling information

Riding a bicycle is becoming increasingly popular in Western Australia. In addition to reducing traffic on our roads, cycling also improves health and fitness and is a fun and inexpensive way to get around.

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Bikeweek is the Department of Transportís annual celebration and promotion of riding a bicycle for transport. Held every year across Western Australia in March the series of events is not to be missed.

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Cycling grants

This page includes information on grants provided for Bikeweek and the local government grants.

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Cycling maps and guides

The Department of Transport's cycling maps and guides are only available online. Limited hard copies may be available at some bicycle retailers, public libraries, tourist information centres and other outlets. Bulk orders are no longer available.

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Cycling forms and publications

In this section you will find Cycling publications and resources, including links to useful websites.

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WA Bicycle Network

The WA Bicycle Network section provides information on the network of bicycles routes, principal shared paths and recreational shared paths for Perth and regional Western Australia, as well as statistical data and reports on surveys.

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