Cycling is a great way to enjoy an active lifestyle, reduce driving and travel around the City of Belmont. The City is continually striving to develop facilities and increase community awareness of cycling resources, plans and events.
Find the best ways to get around the City and where to go on a bicycle through the Belmont Map Your Move Guide. It contains:
A guide to the City’s parks, community facilities and shopping centres you might like to visit;
Maps outlining the City’s cycle-friendly streets and infrastructure, including bicycle lanes, bike parking and cycle-friendly streets.
If you would like a hard copy of the brochure, please visit the Civic Centre or library. You could also email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone the City’s TravelSmart team on 9477 7163 to ask for a copy to be posted to you.
The City has 4 bike repair stations to make some tweaks or pump up your tyres:
Garvey Park in Ascot
Tomato Lake Reserve off President Street in Kewdale
Surrey Road Underpass at the Great Eastern Highway
For more details, please email email@example.com or phone the City’s TravelSmart team on 9477 7163.
As part of the Sustainable Transport Plan, the City runs a range of events to celebrate and encourage cycling and cycling education.
Previous events have included bike breakfasts, adult learn-to-ride and rusty riders classes, balance bike clinics for children, riding as a family and basic bike maintenance workshops. Valet bike parking is also usually available at City events.
If you have an idea for a bicycle-related event or would like to learn about upcoming events, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone the City’s TravelSmart team on 9477 7163.
The Department of Transport runs a Safe Active Streets Program. Through this program, they identified the City of Belmont’s Surrey Road as a suitable street for an exciting new pilot project: a Bicycle Boulevard.
Your Move is an initiative from the Department of Transport designed for schools, workplaces and the WA community.
You will find a range of information, ideas, videos and 'how to' articles to help you explore Perth, live a healthier life and enjoy a range of fun activities.
Visit Your Move for schools
Visit Your Move for workplaces
Visit Your Move for the community
If you would like to learn more about how the State Government is supporting and encouraging cycling, you might like to explore these links.
Department of Transport – Active Transport
Metropolitan Cycling Maps
WestCycle is the peak body for cycling in Western Australia.