The aim of the club is to promote health, fitness and fellowship among cyclists and their families. Both experienced and inexperienced riders are catered for by having groups that cycle different distances, and at different speeds.
The club meets weekly on Tuesday mornings for a club ride, normally departing at 9am from the Old Yacht Club, Mandurah, our base in Halls Head.
We split into small groups and ride to different locations in and around Mandurah. The rides are around 2½ hours, broken with morning tea. After the rides, tea and coffee are available at the clubhouse and members can stay for a chat. There are several members who ride tandem bikes, including a sight-impaired member.
The Melville Fremantle Cycling Club is Western Australia’s oldest cycling club having been established since 1897. It has conducted both road and track racing continuously since that time with the only breaks being for the war years. The club was originally known as the Fremantle Amateur Cycling Club and kept that name until 1975 when the City of Melville was recognised with the addition of Melville to the clubs name. The club first started out by conducting the very first track racing in Western Australia on a track around the current Fremantle Football Ground and continued to do so on a regular basis until football took over the ground completely in the early 1960’s.
Midland Cycle Club has been operating for over 100 years. The club is renowned Australia wide for our junior development streams and we have produced riders who have gone on to have successful careers in cycling including pro team selection and world champions.
We are a community based club who encourage and support all our members on their triathlon journey. We are based in the Northern suburbs of Perth, with a large portion of our club activities held at and around the Sorrento Surf Life Saving Club area. Even though we are one of the largest clubs in WA, we aim to build a sense of community by creating a fun and engaging environment for all our members through training and social activities.
The Over 55 club, is a club for mature age cyclists, that is welcoming, social, and supportive, where the members ride for fun and to keep fit and healthy. The club arranges various activities, including, organised rides, camps, tours, social events and training workshops (e.g. cycling skills, bike maintenance, first aid). In addition, the club seeks to influence state and local governments and others to provide the safest possible environment for cyclists.
The West Coast Masters Cycling Council is open to veteran age members of age 35 years and over for males and 30 years and over for females.
The Council aims to promote veteran cycling races on road and track and to create an environment in which enjoyment and fellowship are as important as winning competitions.
Racing is conducted almost every Sunday of the year under the rules and regulations of the Australian Veteran Cycling Council (AVCC).
Annual championships based on age divisions are held at state and national levels.