Major Cycling Races in Western Australia

If you are looking for a perfect excuse for a weekend getaway, cycling races are your best bet. The good thing about cycling races is that they take care of the needs of different cyclers. Whether you are a novice or an experienced rider, there are different races to suit your level of experience.

Cycling races also offer a great chance to socialise and create new friends, if you are looking into expanding your social circle this year. Also, if you have been looking for a great way to connect to the outside world again or taking care of your health after spending endless hours at home due to the Covid-19 pandemic, cycling races are a good place to start. However, ensure you observe all the safety measures to keep yourself and your family safe.

Depending on what you are looking for, the cycling events vary. There are one-day events while some take longer. If you aren’t an experienced rider, you might want to pass the multi-day events until you are confident enough with your skill. Such races also require some level of training.

Upcoming Events

Kalamunda 100: 

Location: Perth

Date: February 21

Distance: 41- 80km, 81-120km

Terrain: Undulating

Red Sky Ride: 

Location: Perth

Date: March 3rd to 6th

Distance: 121-160km, 160+km, 81-120km

Terrain: Mixed, undulating

 Life Cycle For Canteen On-Road: 

Location: Perth

Date: March 6th to 8th

Distance: 121-160km, 160+km

Terrain: Flat, mixed, undulating

Mswa Albany Ride: 

Location: Albany

Date: March 13

Distance: 1- 40km, 41- 80km, 81-120km

Terrain: Undulating

 Tour of the Blackwood: 

Location: Bridgetown

Date: March 21

Distance: 1- 40km, 41- 80km, 121-160km

Terrain: Flat, mixed, undulating

Those are some of the upcoming events in February and March. There are many more cycling events lined up for the year. However, some of these events are being postponed or canceled due to Covid-19, keep checking here for the latest updates on these and the other upcoming events.