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We believe that bike riding gives people the freedom to create a healthier future - a healthier body, a healthier mind, a healthier environment, a healthier transport system and a healthier Western Australia.
Bicycling Western Australia wants to make bike riding a part of everyday life and we are working to make it easier, safer and more accessible for all Western Australians.
We are proudly an independent, membership-based organisation focused entirely on the people of Western Australia. Become a member and help us to represent your interests and that of all the people who want to ride a bike. We are the respected and dominant voice of bike riding through close cooperation with government, policy and decision makers, stakeholders and the wider community.
DO SOMETHING SENSIBLE THIS SILLY SEASON
Become a member of Bicyling Western Australia. We have two great offers available during the festive season.
Buy a loved one a Christmas Membership Gift Voucher and you'll also receive a bonus hamper of goodies to put under the Christmas tree.
Sign-up online, use the promo code and receive a bonus $40 gift voucher to spend at your selected local bike shop. MORE>>
FIVE PRIORITIES TO GET MORE PEOPLE CYCLING
Our Mission is to get More People Cycling More Often and this can only be achieved through a targeted approach to making it easier and safer for people to take up riding a bike and improve the health of the community through cycling.
As part of our strategy to double the number of people cycling by the year 2020 we have identified five priorities that need to be addressed by State and local governments, employers and the entire bike riding community. These five priorities will be the focus of our campaigning and advocacy work. MORE>>
MINIMUM PASSING DISTANCE IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA
BWA reviewed its position on the Minimum Passing Distance (MPD) rules in Western Australia following the release of Evaluation of the Queensland Minimum Passing Distance Road Rule by CARRS-Q.
It is clear that many bike riders are in favour of MPD with many believing it will make them safer. MORE>