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.

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.

Bike Shelters

Bike shelters are enclosed areas at stations where you can lock your bike. You will need to register your SmartRider to access the shelter

You can register for access for up to two locations and you will still need to lock your bike within the shelter.

How to register your SmartRider for access to the bike shelters

  1. Register for My Account.
  2. Link your SmartRider card to your account. 
  3. On the 'My SmartRider' page, request access to a maximum of two of the bike shelters. Changes to bike shelter access can take up to 24 hours to process.

How to use SmartRider to access a bike shelter

  1. Present your SmartRider to the black panel on the bike shelter.
  2. The shelter door unlocks automatically.
  3. Lock up your bike with a good bike lock.
  4. Exit the shelter by presenting your SmartRider to the black panel on the inside of the shelter.

Please ensure the door is properly locked behind you.

Please note every person who enters and exits the bike shelter will need to swipe their card for entry.

If you lose your SmartRider
 

If you lose your SmartRider, you’ll need help from one of our staff members. You'll need to show an acceptable form of photo ID and be able to unlock your own bike. For security reasons, we will record your personal details and bike details.

Which stations have bike shelters?

The following stations have bike shelters available.

  Stations
Perth Area Perth Station (Roe St)
Armadale/Thornlie lines Armadale
Beckenham
Cannington
Gosnells
Kelmscott
Kenwick
Maddington
Oats Street
Queens Park
Thornlie
Victoria Park
Fremantle Line Claremont
Cottesloe
Fremantle
Grant Street
North Fremantle
Shenton Park
Swanbourne
Victoria Street
Joondalup Line Butler
Clarkson
Currambine
Edgewater
Glendalough
Greenwood
Joondalup
Stirling
Warwick
Whitfords
Mandurah Line Aubin Grove
Bull Creek
Canning Bridge
Cockburn
Kwinana
Mandurah
Murdoch
Rockingham
Warnbro
Wellard
Midland Line Bassendean
Bayswater
East Perth
Guildford
Maylands
Meltham
Midland
Bus Stations Henley Brook Bus Station

Bike Shelters Terms and Conditions

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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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SmartRider number (if applicable) below.

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