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Please keep in mind that Follow My Ride is unable to help with information like current diversions (click here for diversion info), up-to-date opening hours, transport timetables etc. We cannot assist with GPS technical questions either - try Googling it! We usually dispatch goods from our online shop within 1-2 working days, but occasionally it may be 3-4 days (we will advise you if there is a delay). We usually respond to any emails within the day, but may occasionally take a couple of days.  I am sure you have not left your inquiry to the last minute!

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Address: Follow My Ride
c/- UDT
Unit 10, 84 Barberry Way
Bibra Lake WA 6163
Mon - Fri 8.30am to 4.30pm
(Note -  you are welcome to collect goods direct but we are not a retail outlet so please use the online shop. There are no credit card facilities at Bibra Lake, so please pre-order goods online or pay cash on collection).

Phone - please remember we are in W.A. so on Western Standard time. In Summer the means we are 3 hours behind most Eastern states. Please keep that in mind when calling us on 08 9434 6878.

To ride to Follow My Ride from the Perth CBD with a bicycle:

You can ride along the Kwinana freeway heading South, as there is a Cycle way along side it. It will be about 28km approximately one way. Or you can catch a suburban train, as bikes are allowed on the train (a few exemptions apply, but mainly avoid the train during rush hour - see ). The train stations in the CBD are underground, so you may need to ask directions.

Purchase a ticket and catch a train on the Mandurah line. Get off at Murdoch station, which is only 3-4 stops/10-15 minutes from Perth. You then have about a 6km Ride.  Jump on the cycle way alongside the Freeway and continue heading south for a kilometre or so to Farrington Rd - I think there are signs on the cycleway. Turn right (head west) along Farrington road- there is a dual use cycle path on the side that keeps you off Farrington road.

(You can track a Cycle friendly route on your phone from here that will take you passed some of the lakes in this area, if you have time)

At the T Junction at the end of Farrington, turn left (head South) into North Lake Rd. Again there is a dual use path. Turn right in to Discovery Drive through the industrial area. No dual use path here so take care on the road. Turn left on Spearwood Avenue, then turn left soon after into Cocos Drive. Turn right into Barberry Way, and we are about 100m up on the left. Look for the United Diamond Tools sign.

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