CAMWEST – Cyclists’ Action Movement WEST

Cycling Advocacy
c/o Bicycle NSW
Level 5, 822 George Street
New South Wales

tel. 9283 5200

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About CAMWEST – Cyclists’ Action Movement WEST

Cyclists’ Action Movement WEST (CAMWEST) is a group of cyclists in western Sydney who are keen on advocacy for cycling. CAMWEST also conducts community rides from time to time.

CAMWEST was formed in 1987 to advocate for better cycling conditions-both on road and off road. Advocacy by CAMWEST has been done with the Roads and Traffic Authority and with local government councils to improve the safety and pleasure of riding bicycles. Much of the on-road cycle routes and the off-road cycleways that now exist in western Sydney have resulted from representations made by CAMWEST. While CAMWEST is not the only cycling advocacy organisation in western Sydney, it is the oldest and best known. By 2006 most of CAMWEST’s advocacy is done with local councils such as Parramatta City Council, Blacktown City Council, and Holroyd City Council.