Type Name   Start Description Distance(km)
Actual/Nominal  
Locale   State  
BP TRIM THE CAT lll. PERTH TO BUNBURY Kings Park

TRIM THE CAT lll PERTH TO BUNBURY staying as close to the ocean as possible

203/200 WA
BP TRIM THE CAT lll. BUNBURY TO AUGUSTA Bunbury YHA

TRIM THE CAT DAY 2 BUNBURY TO AUGUSTA

203/200 WA
BP PARK LIFE 200 DEEP WATER POINT

Starting from Deep Water Point down onto the cycle path until Anketell Rd. Its not long before you are on quiet farm roads, warming the legs up for the first of many climbs. The climb up to the old timber town of Jarrahdale has a few downs too. Mostly in wooded areas once the few farms are past at the start of the climb. The road to Albany Hwy is undulating in an upwards direction? Rolling hills soon get you off the Hwy and again your into some very stunning scenic riding roads, & a dam. A very short distance on Brookton Hwy then its right and your into orchard country, with a few hills thrown in to keep you warm. The top of Patterson rd is a welcome point as its now a fast descent be very carefull. Mundaring Weir Rd is cycling heaven, lots of nice views but you may miss the weir if your fast down the hill. Through Parkerville & into the John Forrest National Park, the road is a little rough but the vistas make up for the bumps. Very fast decent down Greenmount Hill, carefull not to miss the turn off! Some quiet roads back through old Guilford Town then on to the cycle path all the way back to the finish, going past the new stadium & having loads of views of the Swan River & Perth City

204/200 WA
BP THE HALF FLAT ONE 200 SOUTH PERTH OBSERVATION DECK

Starting from the Observation Deck which is in the carpark at the end of South Perth Esplanade, you will have great views of our beautiful city. Short ride around South Perth following the river has you soon onto the cycle path. The first control at Mandurah gives you the first views of the estuary. South of Mandurah you will be treated with lots of ocean views before following the estuary around for a short while. We leave the coast line and head into farming country and quiet roads.Yarloop has a general store where you can get a coffee, its one of the few buildings still standing after the bush fires. More dairy farms on very flat roads soon bring you to Forrest Hwy where hopfully your get a tail wind to push you to the turn off at Buffalo Rd. Your get views of Bunbury harbour & the silos as you get closer and closer to your destination. Bunbury has lots of cafes shops accommadation. Stay a day or two then head back to Perth!

205/200 WA
BP 2J LOOP Bayswater Train Station

Bayswater train station following back roads to wine region of the Swan Vally. Fast flat run up GNH to Bullsbrook & then the hills start. The outstanding views take your mind away from the climbing, there are down hills also. Julamar Rd is a cyclist dream or nightmare! 2J for lunch & most hills have been done! Bakers Hill pie shop is great for a coffee n cake. Wooroloo general store great refresher before final few uphills to Chidlow. Just a couple more leg warmers before the fast decent down Greenmount Hill to Midland & Cycle path to the finish

207/200 WA
BP TOODYAY 200 (2017) BAYSWATER TRAIN STATION

Bayswater train station cycle path to Midland. The scarp starts shortly after up to the very pretty John Forrest National Park. some lumpy bits through Parkaville, Chidlow, Wooroloo & your at the world famous Bakers Hill Pie Shop befor you know it. Small section on Great Eastern Hwy before the turn off to Toodyay & quiet roads again. Toodyay has cafes, bakery & pub but dont stay to long as Julimar Rd awaits & its best done with warm legs! Nice big decent into Bullsbrook, thats the hills done hoorar! Flat fast section on the Great Northern Hwy soon sees you into the Swan Vally Wine Region, before picking up the cycle path back to the finish

210/200 WA
BP PEEL AROUND PEEL (Clockwise) DEEP WATER POINT

Perth to Pinjarra mostly on the PSP. Farmlands & Low volume roads around the Peel Inlet then Ocean view & coastal strip to Mandurah. PSP & tailwinds home to Perth

210/200 WA
BP PEEL AROUND PEEL 2017 Deep Water Point

DWP along the cyclepath to Mandura, hug the coast line until crossing the Peel Estuary, supurb views. Following the estuary around & into farmland. Pictureque Pinjarra & coffee, cakes ect. Head back to Perth first on quiret roads then the Cyclepath, if your lucky your have a tail wind!

211/200 WA
BP AVONGUARD 200 CLACKLINE LIONS PARK

Start Clackline Lion Park taking mostly back roads to towns of Northam, Grass Vally, Beverley & York then back to finish. An undulating scenic ride with views of the Avon River & farm lands. 

212/200 WA
BP SOUTHERN SUNRISE 220 MOUNT HENRY BRIDGE RESERVE

Starting next to Swan river before heading down the cycle path & through farm quiet roads to warm the legs up before the hills start. The climb up the first hill through mostly forrested roads has a few down bits also the old timber town of Jarrahdale has cafe at the general store. After control you have a nice big run down into the dam & then a climb out. Check out the water level of the dam! Stop for a photo. Undulating hills now past Prison & Hari Kris retreat, then a great down hill watch out for gravel on corners. Small section on the Hwy before we head back into the hills mostly forrested roads. Nice riding road with some downs to give the legs a rest. Once you get to Dwellingup the uphills are done, great run down off the scarp in to Pinjarra just be careful of the railway track crossing going down. 0nce at Pinjarra fuel up for the flat ride back to perth first on back roads through farm lands then cycle path & a tail wind home!

221/200 WA
BP TRIM THE CAT lll. DENMARK TO JERRAMUNGUP Denmark YHA

TRIM THE CAT lll Day 5

238/200 WA
BP TOUR DE CALINGIRI 300 HUNGRY JACKS, CORNER MORRISON RD & FARRALL RD, MIDVALE

Starting on the outskirts of Midland, you may just glimpse the Velodome as you roll out! First part of ride is flat though the back of the Swan Vally & to Gin Gin. The undulations now start, but nothing to long. Onto the ride name, most Northly point of the ride we then turn south heading to Toodyay via Bindi Bindi-Toodyay Rd. This road takes you back down to the river level at Toodyay but its not all downhill! Bakery,Cafes or pub await you at Toodyay to replenish your energy levels, which your need before the climb at Hoddys Well! Small section on GEH before back on quiet roads to Chidlow via Wundowie/Wooroloo. Undulating hills, which are good as they give your butt a rest, as we make our way through Darlington & over GEH & back roads to the finish

300/300 WA
BP METASEQUOIA GLYPTOSTROBOIDES Maida Vale Recreation Reserve

warm the legs up around Forrestfield before the climb up Welshpool rd. Through the Orchards of Pickering Book before the long undulating forrested Brookton Hwy. Westdale rd to historic BEVERLEY. Farmlands take you to old YORK & then NORTHAM. Lots of good views, stop, take a photo or two, smell the air. BAKERS HILL pie shop is a great stop for coffee & food. Little section of Hwy before back on quiet roads & a couple of undulations. Mundaring last stop before finish. Very pretty ride back with views of the dam & a fast down hill to finish

303/300 WA
BP PRESTON BEACH 300 DEEP WATER POINT

Start from DWP, using the cyclepath down to Lakes Rd. Quiet roads through farming area to Pinjarra. Strong coffee requied as when you leave this control the climbing is not to far away. Great views of the ALCOA minesite, before coming into forrested roads. The timber town of Dwellingup marks the end of the first climb of the day & 1/3rd of the ride compleated. The start of Nanga Brook Rd is a fast down hill, be carefull as some corners are sharper than you will expect, so take your time and enjoy the views on offer. As you go through the tunnel, you can hear and feel the mine trucks driving over the top. The undulating road soon brings you into Waroona & thats all the climbing done. Flat open farmlands before coming into pine platation & then crossing the hwy for the coast road into Preston Beach (great burgers). More pine platation & farming country back to Pinjarra. Same route back to DWP as traveled out, hopefully there will be a tail wind to push you home.

306/300 WA
BP NANNUP-ALBANY 300 NANNUP

Nannup to Albany throught the beautiful forrests of the South

320/300 WA
BP THE OLD FLAT ONE DEEP WATER POINT

Start from Deep Water Point & enjoy the cycle path most of the way to Mandurah. After Mandurah your have Ocean view as you hug the coast line until you cross the Peel Inlet then the views are of the estuary. Leprechaun Cafe is always a nice control.Quiet roads through farm lands to Yarloop which had a 17 day bush fire in 2016. More quiet roads until you get to the Forrest Hwy & then its a fast run into Bunbury via Australind. The approach to Bunbury gives you more views of the ocean & the cove. Lots of cafes & shops to fill hungary bellies before the journey home. The route back to Yarloop goes via Harvey, orange juice capital of Australia! The quiet back roads take you through dairy farms before bringing you into pictureques Pinjarra, & home of the Swing Bridge. Lots of bakeries,cafes & shops. More quiet roads & farm land before you pick up the cycle path all the way back to the finish, hopfully with a tail wind.

400/400 WA
BP LONG SOUTH SHORT NORTH Bayswater Train Station

From Bayswater Train Station scenic round river before heading over to the ocean and Fremantle. Heading South mostly using the PSP. Little taste of inland before heading to ocean and Preston Beach where you must have a delicous burger! Inland now to orchards & farming control of Harvey. Through Yarloop, see if you can spot where the bush fire came through & onto Pinjarra. Staying in the farming areas on quiet roads until we pick up the PSP North to Perth. PSP through the city to Subiaco & then heading to the ocean. lots of views of the ocean north untill we again go inland towards Gin Gin. Hills now until the run down into Bullsbrook and the flat run back to Bayswater Train Station

602/600 Perth WA
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