There are so many choices! We’re really happy to see cycling becoming increasingly popular as revealed in this article in The West.
You could win an electric bike by visiting the Psaros stand at the Eco Fair next Sunday 3rd April.
In the meantime, these are all leisurely routes, perfect for the Easter long weekend.
Start at the new Elizabeth Quay along the Swan River to the causeway, cross over to the South side and glide along the South Perth foreshore on Mill Point Road, taking in spectacular views of the City, over the narrows back to Elizabeth Quay. Enjoy a picnic on the South Perth foreshore along the way!
Round Trip is about 10kms.
You can take in some pretty spectacular views cycling from Leighton Beach to North Cott – you also have numerous places to stop and enjoy the scenery with a bite to eat – catch a sunset from Cott with fish and chips on the grass terraces, or a meal on the deck at Shorehouse.
Round trip is about 12kms.
The award winning Swan Valley Heritage Cycle Trail is a 10 kilometre end-to-end, scenic cycle trail located in the heart of the Swan Valley, 25 minutes’ drive from the city of Perth. This easy trail includes a series of signs that interpret the rich history, interesting characters and natural elements that allow you to appreciate the unique Swan Valley.
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