Celebrating a cycling milestone

Fairfield City is home to some of the most extensive cycle ways in NSW, with over 90km of paths linking to town centres, parks and other important infrastructure.

Council has invested heavily in cycling paths, shared and circuit walking paths and outdoor fitness equipment to help residents achieve their fitness goals wherever they live.

Cycling is a great way to keep fit and active and with the weather warming up, now is a great time to enjoy the cycle paths provided to you by Council.

The Western Sydney Cycling Network is a great organisation that has been promoting and encouraging cycling throughout the Fairfield community for 10 years.

The network is supported by Council and provides a range of fantastic services to the community, including free guided community rides.

The network also maintains a bicycle repair and recycling service, where refurbished bikes are lent to members of the community.

As part of its 10-year anniversary, WSCN invites you to join members on Sunday 6 November for a free community ride.

The ride will depart at 9am from the Western Sydney Cycling Network clubhouse based at the Nalawala Sustainability Hub at Fairfield Showground. 

The Western Sydney Cycling network is an integral part of our community and I thank them for their service for the past 10 years.

Your commitment to cycling promotion, waste reduction and encouraging sustainable transport makes our City an even better place.

Visit www.westernsydneycyclingnetwork.com.au if you would like to join the anniversary ride or to find out more about WSCN.

I wish the Western Sydney Cycling Network all the best for its 10th birthday celebrations and success for the future.

Lansvale Reserve Road Safety Circuit Lansvale is home to the Road Safety circuit, a great place to teach your kids how to ride and be safe.

Just off Knight Street, Lansvale, and sitting on the banks of Prospect Creek, the reserve offers shady trees and grassed areas, picnic tables and shelter in addition to the cycling paths.

Young bicycle riders can learn about road safety and enjoy the facilities, including play equipment, while picnicking with mum and dad.

The track is the first of its kind for the area and provides a safe location for children aged three to 12 years to ride bikes and scooters.

Lansvale Bike Path

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