Our Vision

Mountain biking is recognised as a mainstream, positive and family-friendly activity, where everyone is or knows a mountain biker 

And for Western Australia to embrace sustainable mountain biking as a leading recreational and tourism experience by delivering opportunities, maximising participation and sharing the benefits 


West Australian Mountain Bike Association (WAMBA) is the state representative body for the West Australian mountain bike community.

A volunteer organisation, WAMBA works collaboratively with key stakeholders to identify, develop and sustain mountain bike experiences in Western Australia.

WAMBA also acts as a resource for clubs looking for help on trail advocacy and grants, and co-ordinates the racing calendar.


Key Result Areas (KRA) for 2015 - 2017 are:

  • Leadership, Governance and Management

  • Participation

  • Trails, Facilities and Infrastructure

  • Capacity Building


The West Australian Mountain Bike Association (WAMBA) was officially launched in 1996 as a body principally designed to represent the interests of mountain bikers in Western Australia, with a vision of being "run by mountain bikers for all mountain bikers". The Association's mission was to develop and promote mountain biking in Western Australia for the benefit and enjoyment of all mountain bikers, of all disciplines and all levels of ability.

Reformed in 2010, WAMBA's primary role was in trail advocacy.

Initially several projects were completed in the Kalamunda, Perth area including finishing the Kalamunda Circuit, the Mount Gunjin trail, the Scorpion/ Farrell Grove extension and the Black Stump Pump Track. Other WAMBA projects around this time included the Skills Park at the Goat Farm, sign posting and maintenance work at Langford Park, Jarrahdale and, maintenance and upgrades to Marrinup in Dwellingup.

With the formation of the Kalamunda Mountain Bike Collective in 2013, WAMBA moved to higher, state-wide strategic advocacy role. The Association is now recognised as the state representative body for the West Australian mountain bike community.

WAMBA has been involved in the following strategic projects:

2017/ 2018 WAMBA committee

President Alex Wade
Vice President    Jodie Stembridge
Secretary TBA
Treasurer Bryan Stevenson
General Ben Pruden
General  Margaret McIlroy
General Jeff Phillips

Our committee meetings are normally held on the last Tuesday of each month at Sport & Recreation WA, 246 Vincent Street, Leederville. Meetings start at 6:30pm until approx. 8:30pm (they won’t go later than this time).

Check the calendar for dates and details. 

MTBA - Mountain Bike Australia

MTBA, as the nation's largest mountain biking association, serves as the national governing body for mountain biking throughout Australia. MTBA is an affiliated association with Cycling Australia.


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Funding and Shared Services Structure for Cycling in Western Australia

Westcycle is the peak body for cycling in Western Australia - distributing state government funding and providing shared services to its member organisations.

Westcycle works at a strategic level to facilitate the development of all forms of cycling and to bring together the WA cycling community as a unified voice, and provides operational services to its member organisations:

  • Cycle Sport WA: the state sporting association for road and track cycling. Affiliated with Cycling Australia.
  • Bicycling Western Australia (BWA): is a community based, not-for-profit organisation representing the interests of all bike riders, with a focus on the health benefits of bike riding and physical activity. 
  • BMX Sports WA: the umbrella organisation for the sport of BMX racing.
  • Bicycle Transport Alliance: a non-profit organisation promoting cycling for both transport and recreation. Works with local councils and government authorities to promote a safe environment for WA cyclists.
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