About 8000 participants will take to the freeways of Perth on April 3 to raise funds for Asthma Foundation WA (AFWA).
Open to riders of all fitness levels and ages, the event offers four distances, some with a choice of starting destinations north or south of the river, with all ending at Elizabeth Quay.
There is the full hike, which is a 60km ride that starts at Elizabeth Quay, the 30km mid-hike that starts at ECU Joondalup or Kwinana train station, the 10km mini-hike from Stirling or Bullcreek train stations and a 1km trike hike from the Point Lewis roundabout.
Temporary road closures will be in place from 4am to 2pm on the day.
Now in its 12th year, the annual family friendly event has raised almost $3 million for foundation.
Funds will go towards asthma control packs for newly diagnosed asthmatics, emergency kits for schools, training and respiratory research.
For more information, go to www.freewaybikehike.com.au.
TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURES
Mitchell Freeway southbound from Burns Beach Road to Perth CBD: 4am to 11am
Collier Pass, Joondalup from Barron Parade to Grand Boulevard: 6.30am to 8am
Grand Boulevard, Joondalup from Collier Pass to Kewdale Crescent: 6.30am to 8am
Joondalup Drive, Joondalup from Cornell Parade to Hodges Drive: 8.15am to 8.45am
Hodges Drive, Joondalup from Joondalup Drive to Mitchell Freeway: 8.15am to 8.45am
Kwinana Freeway southbound from Thomas Road to Perth CBD: 4am to 10.30am
Cedric Street, Stirling from the PTA carpark to Mitchell Freeway: 9.40am to 10.15am
William Street, Perth CBD from Mounts Bay Road to Riverside Drive and Point Lewis roundabout: 4am to 2pm
Thomas Road, Casuarina from Sulphur Road to Kwinana Freeway: 7.25am to 7.55am
Leach Highway, Bull Creek from the PTA carpark to Kwinana Freeway: 8.55am to 9.25am