The City of Swan is calling on the community to get involved in the upcoming Bike in the Valley event.
CYCLISTS in the City of Swan are gearing up for the annual Bike in the Valley event, which gets people active and exploring what the Swan Valley has to offer.
The ride, suitable for all ages and fitness levels, has three routes: 8km, 18km and 30km, starting and finishing at Chardonnay Park in The Vines.
City of Swan Mayor David Lucas said this year’s event is free and will cater for all fitness levels.
“From junior or part-time peddlers to seasoned cyclists, Bike in the Valley welcomes every community member from all walks of life,” he said.
“Bike in the Valley is a great community event year after year, and I look forward to taking part in the 8km ride with some of my grandchildren.”
Swan Valley ward councillor Charlie Zannino said the ride showcased the best of the Swan Valley.
“The Swan Valley provides the perfect backdrop to the three route options, weaving through some of the region’s geographical highlights,” he said.
“From green pastures to sprawling wineries and local businesses, cyclists will see the very best of what the Swan Valley has to offer.”
Bike in the Valley will kick off from 9am on Sunday, April 29, from Chardonnay Park (corner of Barbera Lane and Vines Avenue, The Vines).
Swan Mayor David Lucas and Cr Charlie Zannino pedal the message for Bike in the Valley. www.communitypix.com.au d481448
Swan Mayor David Lucas and Cr Charlie Zannino get on their bikes. d481448