The MSWA Ocean Ride traverses the Western Australian coastline from the Port city of Fremantle, through to the seaside suburb of Whitfords, next to
Now in its twelth year, this event is the only community bike ride of its kind within the Perth metropolitan area.
There are ride distances to cater for all ages and fitness levels – from families right through to the more serious cyclist. The ride course travels north along the coast, past the memorial of Tim Anderson in Mosman Park, through Cottesloe, Scarborough, Trigg and on to Hillary’s. You’ll be riding past some of Perth’s finest beaches with stunning views over the Indian Ocean towards Rottnest Island.
There are a number of ride distances. The EPIC challenge has been introduced to this years coarse list.
- !0km Family Ride; starting at Scarborogh Beach
- 30km Ride; starting in Fremantle
- 50km Ride; starting in Fremantle
- 70km Ride; starting in Fremantle
- 100km Challenge; starting in Fremantle
- 120km Challenge; starting in Fremantle
- 140km EPIC Challenge; New for this year; starting in Fremantle
The finish line at Whitfords Nodes, Hillarys is transformed into the ‘Event Village’. Participants and their families can relax and unwind with a selection of food and beverage vendors, exhibitors, live music, activities for children and a post-ride massage.
The MSWA Ocean Ride allows you to enjoy Western Australia’s beautiful coastline, all while raising vital fund for people living with MS and all neurological conditions in WA.
Put your body – and bike – on the line, and join in for the cycle of the year!
You’ll find other great cycling events, like MSWA Ocean Ride, in our online Cycling Event Calendar.