The Club was formed in 1997 with the aim of attracting senior cyclists of the district for social rides as a way to maintaining good health and enjoying the company of like-minded people. A uniform of bright yellow shirts embroidered with the Club's Logo, was encouraged so cyclists would be more visible to other road…
Delivered at the club Christmas Dinner at Novacare December 15 2012. The first meeting was held in the Broadwater Food Hall just over 15 years ago, at 5pm on November 21, 1997. There were 15 people present, including ten women. Thus began a great club tradition. Men and women are equal in this club, but…
Any group of cyclists travelling together on cycleways and roads need to be aware of and abide by a set of behavioural riding principles. This is in order to safeguard their own safety as well as that of other road users and pedestrians. The following points are for the information of members in the interest…
Please appreciate the Club does not have an insurance policy that protects members from loss or damage to their bike or to their person. Members ride at their own risk. Should members wish to consider taking out personal insurance, an offer available from Bicycling Western Australia appears to be attractive. Membership of BWA and details…
ALL RIDES START FROM the KING STREET CAR PARK 7.30am (from December till end of March)  and at 8.00am (April  to November) Helmets must be worn at all times. Visitors welcome; all rides subject to change. CONTACT NUMBER FOR THIS ROSTER - Ride Captain Bob Hingston on 0409109051 You can download the monthly ride roster…

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