The City of Kalamunda's location is ideal for all types of cycling and caters for all levels of experience.
Cycling resources include
SHARE THE SPACE
Be aware, predictable and courteous. Avoid distractions while walking, cycling and driving on our roads, shared paths, trails and footpaths.The City encourages all persons to Share the Space.
This trail route celebrates the previous railway track which combines trails suited for both walking and cycling. Visitors can experience the amazing flora and fauna of the Perth Hills.
The is a dual use trail. Cyclists are welcome however please ride slowly and share the space. Please obey these directions for everyone's safety and enjoyment.
The trail is currently divided into four sections, each based on having suitable parking access, thus being places where people will naturally start or finish a trail.
Find detailed trail maps and information here
One of the most popular destinations in WA which covers over 40km of fully signed single-track. This trails area is situated in both National and State Forest.
All trails are based on International Mountain Bike Association grading standards.
There are four main parking areas located off Mundaring Weir Road:
Please obey these directions for everyone's safety and enjoyment.
Get more information including maps here
Destination Perth have put together a range of information showcasing a number of cycle attractions for both the leisure cyclist to the mountain biker.
Trail information provided on:
Get all the Destination Perth information and details here
Established in 2012, Trails WA is making it easier for people to find information on the trails available in WA.
Cycle: Showcasing a range of cycling guides and maps covering most of the Perth region.
Mountain Bike: Offering varying tracks and degrees of difficulty including details on the Munda Biddi Trail.
Find out more about Trails WA here
Started in 2014, to help people discover, prepare and plan for off road bike rides in WA. With primary focus initially given to the Munda Biddi Trail, this has expanded to include other rides and information from various persons who cycle the trails.
Munda Biddi Trail is approximately a 1000km road cycling trail from Mundaring to Albany often using old rail trails/forms. This ride highlights much history and showcases natural beauty of our WA state.
Find out more about Follow My Ride here
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We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.