Category: Community News

Cyclists with knee pain wanted for UWA clinical trial

The club has been approached by researchers at UWA looking for males who ride more than 140 kilometres a week and suffer knee pain at the front of their knee/s to participate in a clinical trial using cleat wedges. For more information, including contact details see the Participant Information.

Best Practice Guides to Cycling

WestCycle and the cycling community have worked on guidelines for cyclists to follow to improve our riding etiquette. As riders we cannot directly control the attitudes, thoughts and behaviours of other road users, but we can control our own behaviour and etiquette and if we uphold the highest of standards this will in turn, over time, …

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Peel Sports Forum

Members have been invited to attend a Peel Sports Forum on the 20th February in Mandurah. Various topics will be discussed including Leadership, Injury, Volunteering, and Coaching. More information and registration can be found on the following page.

Rockingham Community Forum

Members have been invited to attend a Community Forum held by the City of Rockingham on Thursday 5th February, with the topic being Leadership and Unlocking Your Potential. The keynote address will be presented by West Coast Eagles champion John Worsfold. More information and details to book a seat can be found on the

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Ride2Work Day 2014 – 15th October

It’s not too late to register for a free breakfast for next Wednesday, 15th October. Simply visit BWA’s Ride2Work page and follow the links to register for the Perth City and/or Cockburn Central events. Group rides are being organised in the PDCC Social Facebook Group, but if you don’t do “the Facebook” then shoot …

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Amy’s Gran Fondo 2014

WestCycle Survey Results

  Here are the results following a survey WestCycle conducted recently about cycling in WA. The results outline the suggested future of all forms of cycling in Western Australia from now until 2020. Please read through and check it out. And if you have any further ideas or comments get in touch with …

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Get Active Rockingham

The City of Rockingham has developed a new program titled ‘Get Active Rockingham’ which will run during the month of April 2014. ‘Get Active Rockingham’ is designed to provide a unique opportunity for Rockingham residents of all ages, to experience a wide variety of local and fun recreational activities in a safe environment and to …

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