The event team
With years of experience in cycling, events and the community your ride is in safe hands.
Event Director: Toby Hodgson of Mr Vesparazzi- sports and creative Jedi
Volunteers and supporters: South Perth Cycle Club . Event Hosts- Organising authority: SPCC under Cycling Australia
Shire of Beverley
Beverley is a vibrant rural community with a population of 1700. Located in the western central Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, Beverley is less than 140km east of Perth. The Shire is home of a highly productive broad acre farming industry with a smaller diversified agricultural base, such as perennial horticulture, also finding a home here. Shire of Beverley website
Mr Vesparazzi, Toby Hodgson- Sport and Creative Jedi
You might know Toby from the Giro d Perth - the backlane bike odyssey. That’s another map in hand celebration of cycling he has organised since 2013. Held in March as part of WA Bikeweek and conducted in collaboration with the City of Vincent. He has a classic bike ready to ride, but his challenge is bringing another quality event to the cycling community
South Perth Cycle Club
South Perth Cycle Cub , Peter Mah , President
South Perth Cycle club is WA's largest cycling club with the largest Saturday morning group rides and a ride for everyday of the week. The Club has events, racing, social and recreational to cater for all its members. Linked to the Club is a National Racing Team, state Champions and ride coaches to assist every rider at every level.
WA Historical Cycle Club- Robert Frith, President.
Rob said to Toby, "there is this event , the Beverley to Perth, its a classic event. I would love to see it going again." The rest is history. Rob is also a fantsaic photographer. email Rob
The WA HCC supports a diverse range of riders and bikes, celebrating a rich history, holding public displays and getting involved in events like this.
M3 Design Co - Philip McVey.
Phil, annual BWA Three dams rider and holder of the event’s fastest time has been a big help to this event. He has provided design input, and along with Rob Frith rode a reconnaissance of the Heroic route earlier this year. When he is not out on epic rides through the wheatbelt he runs his own graphic design studio in Fremantle.