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Spin Cycle: Living The Bike Life In Subiaco

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The Ring Super Crit Subiaco returns to Subiaco on Sunday 8 March, bringing all the thrills and fun of road cycling to Rokeby Road. Suitable for everyone, from new riders to the cream of the crop, The Ring promises a fast-paced, heart pounding racing experience in the heart of Subi.

For those not in the know, The Ring Super Crit Subiaco is an action-packed day of road cycle racing with fully closed roads, screaming spectators and an electric atmosphere. It celebrates the best of WA cycling with a high quality racing experience for new riders, all the way through to elite A Graders.

Subiaco is a cycle-friendly City year round, so to celebrate this awesome event we’ve created a list of our favourite bike related locations in the area. Whether you’re looking for a new pushy, wanting to upgrade your current ride or just enjoy a post-ride coffee and bite in a bike-friendly ambience, here are our recommendations.

Brew Ha The Ritual

With plenty of room in their alfresco area for bikes, it’s not just the great coffee and delicious snacks that keep riders coming back to this popular café. Brew Ha has become a renowned watering hole for caffeine-craving inner city cyclers and it’s easy to see why.

Address: 3-4/162 Rokeby Road, Subiaco

Bike Bug

If you’ve been bitten by the cycling bug, this is the one-stop shop for new rides, clothing and accessories. Whether you’re an experienced rider or have recently picked up the hobby, Bike Bug have helpful and friendly staff who will go the extra mile to make sure you get an expert opinion on everything bike-related.

Address: 356 Rokeby Road, Subiaco

Raisin Bakery

Though cycling is a healthy pursuit, that doesn’t mean you can’t indulge from time to time. That’s why you’ll often see a pile of bikes parked out the front of this Onslow Road bakery, as riders line up to taste sisters Winny and Nila’s delicious French/Japanese fusion baked treats

Address: 4a Onslow Road, Shenton Park

Cafe Café

Looking to make the most of a combination of public transport and pedal power? Cafe Cafe is located a literal stone’s throw from the Subiaco Train Station, so you can grab a coffee and a bite to eat and then jump on the train with your bike and head off to wherever you need to be.

Address: 8 Subiaco Square, Subiaco


Wondering what that noise is when you push the pedals of your bike? Or that bizarre sound when you ring your bell? You need BikeDr, the most convenient and professional bike service possible using nothing but pedal power and ingenuity. Their fully kitted-out Bullitt cargo bikes carry all the tools and parts required to carry out servicing and repairs wherever you may be, so you can kick back and relax while they come to you!

Click here to learn more and book an appointment online.

Address: 3/448 Roberts Rd, Subiaco

Cafe Melograno

Café Melograno is all about the classics – classic breakfasts, classic coffee and classic bikes! Serving all your breakfast favourites, this cyclist friendly café is a popular stop for local riders, with an unpretentious vibe that helps it stand out.

Address: 67 Heytesbury Road, Subiaco

Pedal Mafia

This high-end performance apparel store is proudly rider-owned and caters to those who live to ride, with clothing and accessories imported from around the globe. From the latest in eye and footwear, helmets and top-of-the-line saddles and tyres, Pedal Mafia provides premium products for the serious cycler.

Address: 18 Olive Street, Subiaco. WA 6008


Cycliq state that their mission is to make cycling safer, and their wide range of bike cameras and software are clearly designed to bring peace of mind to riders across Perth. They’re experts in the recording devices used by cyclists to protect themselves when out on the road, and they provide plenty of different options for a variety of price ranges.

Unit A14, Level 2/435 Roberts Rd, Subiaco WA 6008