to the Cycle Touring Association of Western Australia (Inc.)
- Newsletter 273 July / August, is available here
- Note the change of date for the 5000 in 4 Achievement Ride to 11 July
- Coronovirus (COVID-19) Pandemic – Phase 4 further lifting of restrictions
In line with Western Australian government regulations of 27 June 2020 the limit on CTAWA day rides participants has been removed. Gathering limits are (only) constrained by the two square metre rule. See the latest details from the State Government -> https://www.wa.gov.au/organisation/department-of-the-premier-and-cabinet/covid-19-coronavirus-wa-roadmap#phase4
- Update on the 2020 On Your Bike Tour
We are becoming more optimistic by the day the tour may be able to proceed, given now we can at least travel to the Wheatbelt and have a gathering of up to 100 people, but there is still a restriction on physical distancing to be relaxed. Read Trevor’s full statement here. At this stage nearly half the 100 places have been filled. So, if you are contemplating participating in the 2020 OYB tour and wish to secure a spot, please submit a completed Entry Form now (without payment). The Tour Brochure and accompanying Entry Form for the tour are here
Bicycle pannier touring, road cycling and mountain biking in the Perth area, regional WA, interstate and overseas.
Images © Tony Humphreys 2004
The Cycling Touring Association of WA (Inc.) is a not-for-profit recreational cycling club which organises a wide variety of recreational and social rides with a focus on cycle touring. Activities include short and long day rides, weekend trips and longer cycle tours of a week or more. The CTA is the premier/only cycle touring club in Western Australia. The Association can be described as: Promoting and enjoying recreational cycling and cycle touring.