The Streets Of Subiaco Turn Into A Cycling Race Track For All Ages This Sunday

byBlake Kelleway
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This Sunday from 12pm until 6pm the streets of Subiaco will be converted into a high octane cycling race track when the WestCycle Ring Super Crit rolls into town!

While it promises to be a fast and furious day of racing featuring some of Australia’s top cycling talent vying for pole position, young riders are also encouraged to come down for the free Dome Little Critters ride kicking off at 3.35pm.

Recommended for primary school-aged children (or younger!), all kinds of bikes including balance bikes and scooters will be welcome, with the streets of Subi theirs’ for the taking.

It’s free for kids to join in the fun, and they’ll get a Dome Coffees gift bag, finishers medallion, and bike number plate just for taking part.

The Little Critters will ride around The Ring Super Crit circuit, which runs along Rokeby Road, Bagot Road, Rowland Street and Hay Street in front of thousands of spectators relaxing along the course in Subi’s many restaurants, bars, or cafes.

Parents are welcome to accompany kids on the course, and there will also be senior riders and coaches on hand to make sure everyone gets around safely.

To get involved in the fun, all you need to do is register 15 minutes before the ride starts, fasten your bike number plate, and then it’s read, set, go!

For more information on the full day’s events, head to The Ring Crit Series’ Website.