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Take the family bike riding through the scenic Swan Valley
As part of the Perth Autumn Festival, Bike in the Valley is a fun and leisurely family bicycle ride along a circular route in Perth's east on Sunday 26th April 2015, with registration starting from 9am and the ride starting from 10am. Riders meet and finish at Jack Mann Oval, situated on the corner of Great Northern Highway and Bishop Road in Middle Swan.
Image from City of Swan event website
Supported by the City of Swan, EMRC and Lotteries West, this free community event is the 19th annual Bike in the Valley ride. The casual ride is suitable for all ages and fitness levels and participants can choose from 15, 25 or 35 kilometre route length options through the mainly flat, semi rural areas and streets of the Swan Valley.
Riders can leave their bike worries and troubles behind them as a 'sag wagon' will follow riders to pick up any break downs or mishaps and provide assistance on the ride. The riding route is well signed and manned by marshals at various points.
Bike stalls and the Dr Bike Clinic will also be present on the day, along with other activities for children, including a Cuddly Animal Farm. A sausage sizzle will be available after the ride, or riders have the option of bringing a picnic. Plenty of free parking is available at the City of Swan Depot, opposite the oval and entering off Great Northern Highway.
For further information about this great community event, visit the Bike in the Valley website and get active on two wheels with the whole family.