5 Popular e-bike tracks in Perth - E-GO Electric Bikes

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5 Popular e-bike tracks in Perth

5 Popular e-bike tracks in Perth

“The best routes are the ones you haven’t ridden” - Anon.


Everyone loves their faithful coffee shop, or corner store; the one that never lets you down. The same can be said for bike tracks, however every now and then it's nice to venture out a try something different. Who knows, it could be your new favorite.


  1. Whiteman Park (14km - network of paths) - Set amongst nearly 4000 hectares of natural bushland it's hard to believe you are only a short drive from Perth City. Best done as a full day outing as there are so many other great activities at the park!
  2. Lake Joondalup Circuit (16km loop)  -Lake Joondalup is a nature reserve with lots of wildlife and some brilliant flora and fauna. The track starts out at the historic Neil Hawkins park and takes you on a loop in a clockwise direction. Look out for the long-necked freshwater turtles!
  3. Lake Monger (3.5km loop) - With 100 hectares of lake to gaze upon this is one of the most this picturesque rides in Perth . An ideal choice for a weekend ride with the family followed by a picnic lunch in the surrounding parklands.
  4. Swan Valley Heritage cycle trail (4km, 30km or 32km) -This track really has something for everyone. With three main entry points: Corner of Meadow and Swan Streets directly opposite the Swan Valley Visitor Centre in Guildford, Maali Footbridge in Herne Hill and West Swan Hall everyone in your riding group will be satisfied.
  5. Mullaloo Beach to Burns Beach (15km loop) -With the coast as your backdrop it’s easy to forget the distance you are travelling with this track. There are a few more challenging hills, however is a perfect opportunity to use pedal assist to get you through.