Bike Week 2019 Grant Recipients

Congratulations to the following organisations who have been awarded a Bike Week 2019 grant. A total of 30 Community Event (16 Metropolitan, 14 Regional), 5 School Event and 5 Workplace Event Grants were awarded that will share the $38,000 grant pot.

With a wide range of cycling events that will cater for new, novice and experienced riders, Bike Week 2019 looks placed to offer more West Australian’s the opportunity to ride a bike for transport, for fun and for a healthier lifestyle. Check the Bike Week calendar in the coming weeks for more details on the Bike Week events in your neighbourhood.

Community Event Grants


  • City of Belmont

  • City of Canning

  • City of Fremantle

  • City of Joondalup

  • City of Melville

  • City of Rockingham

  • City of Subiaco

  • City of Vincent

  • Main Street Co-op, Tuart Hill

  • Murdoch University, Murdoch

  • Pakistanis In Australia, Nedlands

  • South Perth Cycle Club

  • The Girls' Brigade Western Australia, Mount Pleasant

  • The Village at Wellard Residents Association

  • Town of Cambridge

  • Town on Mosman Park

Great Southern

  • Denmark MTB Club

  • Green Skills Inc, Albany

  • Shire of Plantagenet

  • South Stirling Primary School

Mid West

  • Shire of Morawa


  • Munda Biddi Trail Foundation, Inc, Jarrahdale


  • Burrup Mountain Bike Club and Karratha BMX Club

  • Shire of East Pilbara


  • Kondinin CRC

  • Shire of Corrigin

  • Shire of Dalwallinu

  • Shire of Dowerin

  • Shire of Wongan-Ballidu

  • Quairading CRC

School Event Grants

  • Gilmore College, Orelia

  • Fremantle Primary School

  • Margaret River Primary School

  • St Josephs Primary School, Kununurra

  • Subiaco Primary School

Workplace Event Grants

  • City of Fremantle

  • City of Kalamunda

  • City of Vincent

  • Curtin University, Bentley

  • Town of Cottesloe

About the Bike Week Grants Program.

Grants of between $150 and $2,000 are available from the Department of Transport to host Bike Week 2019 events, from a total funding pot of $38,000.

WestCycle, Western Australia’s peak body for cycling, is partnered with the Department of Transport to deliver Bike Week 2019 and coordinate the grants program.

The primary aim of Bike Week 2019 is to promote and encourage riding for transport, fun and/or for a healthier lifestyle.

Grants are open to organisations/groups across Western Australia including: community groups, local governments, workplaces, schools and bike groups.

The grants program for Bike Week 2019 is following a different format from previous years and there will be three types of grants:

  • Community Events - open to any organisations or groups applying to host a community Bike Week event that is open to the public.

  • School Events - open to all schools and can be used for school activities, such as bike breakfasts, led bike rides, volunteer-led skills sessions, etc.

  • Workplace Events - open to workplaces wanting to run a Bike Week event for their staff.