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.

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

Event Calendar

Please be careful when cycling during the hot summer months.

Bushfires occur every year in Western Australia. Safe mountain biking means planning for bushfire emergencies before leaving home.

Avoid riding in the bush on days of severe, extreme or catastrophic fire danger or if there is smoke or fire in the area. You can check the Fire Danger Ratings on the Department of Fire & Emergency Services (DFES) website:


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You can download a PDF file of the 2015 WA Events calendar from the link below. These dates will shortly appear on the website.

Click here to download 2015 events

Please note that these dates are subject to change.


Australia and New Zealand's best mountain bike riders at WA's best Mountain Bike Park.

AUSTRALIA DAY Long Week End January 2015. Pemberton MTB Park, Swimming Pool Rd, Pemberton.

  • 2 National XCO Rounds over 2 days (Sat 24th Sun 25th)
  • 2 completely different and fun XCO race tracks
  • Category 2 UCI points on each round
  • Challenging yet achievable focussing on FUN!
  • Carbo loading dinners and social functions
  • Prizes for the best WA riders over the 2 days
  • Australia Day Festivities on Monday 26th Jan.

All riders are welcomed and encouraged to race. There is a category and distance for everyone from U13 upwards.

Further Information and updates:




Local Contact: Tony Tucknott This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


WestCycle is pleased to announce that detailed mountain bike trail planning is set to commence at three sites in Margaret River, Wellington and Pemberton.

Identified as priorities for development by the emerging South West Mountain Bike Master Plan, consultant Common Ground Trails will work with the local mountain bike communities, land managers and other key stakeholders to develop frameworks to guide and inform trail design and construction in the sites. 

This is another important and exciting step towards delivering high quality sustainable trails on the ground in the South West.

This project is supported by Lotterywest Grants and the Department of Parks and Wildlife, Western Australia, the Department of Sport and Recreation and WAMBA.

WestCycle is pleased to announce that trail planning consultant Common Ground Trails has been appointed to undertake mountain bike master planning in the Perth Metropolitan and Peel regions.

The Perth and Peel Mountain Bike Master Plan will guide the development of an exciting network of high quality sustainable mountain bike trails in the two regions.

Common Ground Trails was selected following a competitive tender process on the basis of their strong mountain biking background and extensive local, regional and international experience.

This project has been made possible by a $25,000 contribution from the Department of Parks and Wildlife and the award of two $25,000 grants by Lotterywest.

Common Ground Trails will now work closely with WestCycle and a Steering Committee of representatives from the Department of Parks and Wildlife, the Department of Sport and Recreation, local government, WAMBA and the wider mountain bike community.

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