Clubs

Below is a list of clubs that organise regular rides.  The list has been split into recreational and more ‘serious’ rides for your convenience, and includes a website address so that you can access the latest club details directly.  If you have a club that is organising rides that you would like here, then just let us know and we will add you to the list.

RECREATIONAL RIDES

Over 55 Cycling Club Web Site:   www.over55cycling.org.au

Email:      over55@live.com.au

The club organises recreational rides for those of us who are over 55.  Regular rides of varying length are held each Wednesday, and the club also organises camps, trips and tours
Action Outdoors Association http://www.aoa.asn.au/
AOA organises a wide variety of outdoors adventure activities of which cycling is just one
Bikes for Bibles http://bikeforbibles.org/blog/
Bike for Bibles is a fund raising initiative of The Bible Society. Rides range from just a few kilometres to much longer marathon rides, with events planned around Australia and overseas.
Cycle Touring Association of WA http://www.ctawa.asn.au/
The Cycling Touring Association of WA is a recreational cycling club which organises a wide variety of recreational & social rides, including short and long day rides, weekend trips and longer cycle tours of a week or more.The club has rides every Sunday and some Saturdays throughout the year.  Ride distances range from 20km to 80km in a day, and cover city, coastal and country areas.  During the warmer summer months, we have mid-week evening rides.  These are normally held on a Wednesday night and are usually relatively short (eg 20km).
UWA Outdoor Club http://www.outdoorclub.com.au/news.php
The UWA Outdoor Club has been established to provide people with great opportunities to get outdoors, try new adventure activities, meet great people and generally have a fantastic time. The Outdoor Club is definitely not limited to students, anybody with a good sense of fun and adventure is welcome.
SOMETHING MORE SERIOUS
Audax http://audax.org.au/public/index.php?option=com_content&task=category&sectionid=14&id=56&Itemid=187
Audax Australia is a non profit national cycling organisation specialising in on road rides from 50 – 1200km and off road rides from 35 – 200km.  Riders ride at their own pace but there is an overall time limit for each ride
Australian Time Trials Association http://www.atta.asn.au/
ATTA is an association of individuals, bike riders who wish to pursue their sport of road time-trialling with regular, organised events on a range of courses varying in the sort of challenge each offers and at distances ranging from about 16km to 160km.
Cyclo Sportiv http://www.events.cyclosportif.com.au/index.html
Each year Cyclo Sportif runs six team time trial rides in and around Perth. The events are excellent fun for ALL cyclists, young, old, and disabled participants. Cyclo Sportif has something for everyone who is looking for fun participation rides.
West Coast Masters Cycling Council http://www.wcmasterscycling.asn.au/index.html
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 objects of the Council are 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.
Cycling WA http://www.wa.cycling.org.au/
Cycling WA administers cycle racing in WA and publishes an annual racing calendar.
BMX Sports WA Inc http://www.bmxsportswa.com.au/
BMX is a sport that riders of all ages, skill levels, and gender in a race around a specially designed dirt track. A BMX track varies in length from 300 to 400 meters and includes a number of jumps and corners.  BMX Sports administers BMX racing in WA.  Affiliated BMX clubs can be found on their website.
Perth Mountain Bike Club http://www.perthmtb.com/node/12
The club runs events in various mountain bike disciplines at locations within one to two hours from Perth, offering a fun environment in which you can improve your skills and fitness.
WA Tandem Cycling Advisory Council http://www.watcac.org/
The purpose of the WA Tandem Cycling Advisory Council (WATCAC) is to promote the integration of blind and vision-impaired cyclists into the cycling mainstream. WATCAC organises recreation rides, velodrome session.

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