What is CAMWEST?
CAMWEST is a group of dedicated cyclists who work with local Councils, the RTA and other bodies that provide for cyclists in Western Sydney.
CAMWEST has played an integral role in the development and implementation of many projects, including the Bay to Mountains Cycleway, as well as the Hawkesbury, Baulkham Hills, Parramatta, Bankstown and Blacktown Bike Plans. Other achievements include: Cycle lanes, stand up lanes and smooth sealed shoulders on main roads.
Download an (out of date) PDF CAMWEST Brochure (PDF, 544Kb)
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Are you concerned about the lack of cycling facilities in Western Sydney? Want to do something about it but you're not sure where to start?
Join CAMWEST in bringing bikes to Western Sydney. There's mountains of work to do, and with your help we can make a real difference. You can see from the projects we're involved in that we're serious about getting things done. With you we can do even more!
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We are very flexible about how much involvement our members have. We understand that you live a busy life. Simply contact one of the people below or meet us for a ride.
See our advocacy section to find things you can to do improve cycling conditions.
About Our Site
This web site is kindly hosted for free by PPS.
It was designed and built by Marty Olmos (CAMWEST member), and now maintained by Nick Urbanik and all feedback about the site should go to him on email@example.com. He converted the site from a tables layout to one using CSS positioning. He strives to write validating XHTML 1.0 strict, and validating CSS, and to keep the links valid, and separate presentation from content.
This site comes out nicely on a printer!
It was not a massive effort to make it so that this site prints nicely on a printer. Try looking at a print preview and see what I mean. I don't know why other sites don't do such things.
A new ‘feature’; article as well as general cycling news is published from time to time.