Cycling to Stations

Everything you need to know about cycling with Transperth.

Cycling with Transperth is easy, and now with more bike shelters at more stations, it’s never been easier to park your wheels.

It’s not only a cheap and convenient way to travel, it keeps you fit too.

Bike Shelters

We’ve placed bike shelters and lockers across our entire network, with a continuing commitment to meet growing demand. To sign up for Bike Shelter access, visit Bike Shelters.

Bike Shelters Terms and Conditions


Bicycles on Transperth services

Although we love bikes, there are some restrictions due to space limitations and safety considerations. To find out when you can and can’t take your bike on Transperth, visit Taking items on Board.

Keeping your bike secure

Every bike shelter is equipped with CCTV so that we can keep an eye on them. However, while Bike Shelters provide some security and protection from the elements, unfortunately bikes get stolen.

A few simple steps you can take to keep your bike secure include:

  • Always use a D-lock. Cable and chain locks are easily broken
  • Lock your bike correctly, including both the front wheel and the frame
  • Don't let anyone tailgate you into the Bike Shelter
  • Secure your accessories (e.g. helmets and lights) or take them with you.

For more tips on keeping your bike secure, watch our videos below.

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