Western Australia's premier road race and one of Australia's road cycling classics, the Collie to Donnybrook and Return Cycling Classic, will take place this Saturday August 15.
The 104 kilometre return race, established in 1925, is the only remaining handicap format cycling event in the State and an iconic part of Cycling Read More
A $6 million State Government investment will help create more than 37 kilometres of new cycling path across Western Australia to improve the connection of local communities.
Transport Minister Rita Saffioti has allocated the grants, which will go to 34 local governments over the next two years to further expand metropolitan Cycling Read More
More than 180 cyclists set the wheels in motion this morning as they set off on the start of 700 kilometre journeys from Geraldton and Albany to Perth.
The four and a half day journey will take participants along the Great Southern and South-West coast from Albany through Walpole and Pemberton CyclingHealth Read More
Mountain bike riders and spectators will enjoy the best action on two wheels as the Southern MTB 2017 kicks off in and around picturesque Albany today.
Starting as the Albany Urban Downhill in 2013, the Southern MTB 2017 festival now features five events and caters for riders of all ages and AlbanyCycling Read More
The State Government is committed to improving cycling infrastructure across Perth - providing the most significant investment in the State's history.
An investment of $129 million over the next four years will go towards a chain of new projects across the State's cycling network.
The $129 million will allow at least 95 CyclingMETRONETRoads & Transport Read More
A new bike boulevard in Bayswater has created safer and more efficient cycle links to local schools, train stations and businesses.
The first stage of Western Australia's second bike boulevard is now complete, covering about 2.4 kilometres from the Swan River foreshore to just north-west of the Midland railway line in CyclingMETRONETRoads & Transport Read More
Iconic cycling coach Gary West passed away on the weekend following a battle with Motor Neurone Disease.
Australian Sports Commission CEO Kate Palmer paid tribute to Gary saying “Australian sport has lost a wonderful man, coach and ambassador.
“It was wonderful to see Gary inducted into the AIS Best of the Best Cycling Read More
The Australian Sports Commission has paid tribute to former AIS scholarship holder and world champion cyclist Stephen Wooldridge OAM.
ASC CEO Kate Palmer said: “The ASC and AIS extend our thoughts to Stephen’s family and friends. Stephen was a former AIS scholarship holder who achieved remarkable things at Olympic Games, Commonwealth Cycling Read More
The State Government, through Tourism WA, has secured the BMX National Championships for 2018 and 2021, which are expected to attract thousands of visitors to Western Australia.
BMX is one of the fastest growing sports in Australia, with the country attracting the second biggest number of participants behind the USA.
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The State Government, through Tourism WA, has signed a two-year deal to sponsor the Act-Belong-Commit Augusta Adventure Fest.
Recognised as the world's biggest adventure race, the popular event regularly attracts more than 3,500 participants to Augusta and the surrounding South-West region.
This year's event, to be held on November 4-5, includes coastal CyclingTravel & Tourism Read More