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

The Final of the West Australian State Downhill Series 2014 was held in Albany over the long weekend in September.  Peel Districts Mountain Bike Club organised the race on the MT Clarence Downhill track, right in the middle of the picturesque coastal city of Albany. Over 80 competitors journeyed south for the event and a great weekend away.

The weather in Albany is notoriously temperamental and the race saw conditions changing faster than Beyonces outfit. Saturday practise had intermittent showers, and on Sunday the morning rain cleared and by race time riders were faced with a mostly dry track that was running fast. Mt Clarence Downhill is a short, physically demanding track with a whole variety of challenges – jumps, rock gardens, wooden berms and more!

Western Australian Mountain Bike Strategy

WestCycle is pleased to advise that the first Western Australian Mountain Bike Strategy is now open for public comment. The Strategy lays out the future vision for mountain biking in the state, which is now one of the world’s fastest growing recreational and tourism activities.

In WA alone almost 120,000 mountain bikes are bought every year. The Strategy is a guide to the development of sustainable mountain biking in Western Australia and highlights the economic, tourism, environmental, health, social and community benefits. Its vision is for Western Australia to embrace sustainable mountain biking as a leading recreational and tourism experience by delivering opportunities, maximising participation and sharing the benefits.

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Perth Mountain Bike Club and Margaret River Offroad Cycling Association present the 2014 State Cross Country Championships in The Pines, Margaret River on 28th September.

Get ready for one of the best State Champs in recent years when we head to the Pines in Margaret River for some serious racing and even more serious fun. These trails are going to be quick and thrilling and will make for some great spectating so bring along the family and have a weekend in our beautiful south west.

Registration closes Friday 3pm 26th September. Please remember there are no day registrations.

Click HERE for the PMBC website for more race details and registration link.


The Alcoa Dusk Till Dawn will return to Marrinup on Saturday 29th November 2014. Early bird registrations have opened at $80 until the 10th of October so get in quick to save and more importantly get your place in the event, which sold out last year.

More details are available on the Dusk till Dawn website.

WA State Trails and Outdoors Conference diary alert

This combined conference is the premier trails and outdoors industry event of the year and anyone involved in trails or the outdoors is encouraged to attend. The 2014 WA State Trails and Outdoors Conference is the biggest conference yet and brings together land managers, local government officers, trails advocates, outdoor instructors, educators and volunteers from all regions of the State.

Themed go on, get outside, this combined conference is the premier trails and outdoors industry event of the year and anyone involved in trails or the outdoors is encouraged to attend.

Click here for more information.

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