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Discover Perth's Top 10 Bike Tracks for Winter Cycling Adventures


Perth, the capital of Western Australia, is known for its sunny weather and beautiful beaches. However, during the winter season, the city transforms into a cyclist's paradise with some of the best bike tracks in the country. Whether you're a seasoned cyclist or a beginner, Perth offers a range of bike tracks to suit all skill levels. In this essay, we will explore the top 10 bike tracks to try in Perth during the winter season.

  1. Swan River Foreshore: This picturesque bike track runs along the banks of the Swan River, offering stunning views of the city skyline. The track is flat and well-maintained, making it perfect for beginners. You can start at either end of the foreshore and cycle all the way to the other end.

  2. Kings Park: This 4.5 km loop around Kings Park offers stunning views of the city and the Swan River. The track is challenging with some steep hills, but the views are worth the effort.

  3. Lake Joondalup: This 16 km track around Lake Joondalup is perfect for a leisurely ride. The track is flat and easy, and there are plenty of spots to stop and enjoy the scenery.

  4. Canning River: This 6 km track along the Canning River is a popular spot for cyclists. The track is flat and well-maintained, and there are plenty of parks and picnic areas along the way.

  5. Munda Biddi Trail: The Munda Biddi Trail is a 1,000 km track that runs through the forests of Western Australia. The trail is designed for mountain bikes and offers a challenging ride through some of the most beautiful scenery in the state.

  6. Kalamunda Circuit: The Kalamunda Circuit is a 22 km track that offers a challenging ride through the hills east of Perth. The track is designed for mountain bikes and offers some great technical sections.

  7. Bibbulmun Track: The Bibbulmun Track is a 1,000 km hiking trail that also offers some great opportunities for mountain biking. The track runs through the forests of Western Australia and offers a challenging ride with plenty of technical sections.

  8. Yellagonga Regional Park: This 13 km track around Yellagonga Regional Park is perfect for a leisurely ride. The track is flat and easy, and there are plenty of spots to stop and enjoy the scenery.

  9. Railway Reserves Heritage Trail: The Railway Reserves Heritage Trail is a 41 km track that follows the old railway line through the hills east of Perth. The track is relatively easy and offers some great scenery along the way.

  10. Rottnest Island: Rottnest Island is a popular tourist destination off the coast of Perth, and it also offers some great cycling opportunities. The island has a 22 km track that takes you around the island, offering stunning views of the ocean and the island's unique wildlife.

In conclusion, Perth offers a range of bike tracks to suit all skill levels, from flat and easy tracks to challenging mountain bike trails. If you're looking for a new bike to try out these tracks, be sure to check out the range of gravel bikes and mountain bikes at Elite Racing Cycles in North Perth. Happy cycling!

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