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.

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As happy as a pig in shit!

Construction has started on a bunch of new trails to be opened for this years XC State Champs in The Pines. We are letting JD loose on the descents and we will be calling on volunteers after the WAGE race to assist with a number of connections. The new trails will extend lilly trail and connecting to Big Pine. The trails will provide an alternate loop while pines remain and will be the only loop once the western side of the pines is logged.


Entries are open for the 2015 State Downhill State Championships, hosted by Peel District Mountain Bike Club, at the Goat Farm on 30th & 31st August.

See the Peel website for entry details and more information.










Click here to read the latest WAMBA newsletter.

You can sign up to receive these newsletters by email from the WAMBA Newsletter page.

WAMBA will once again be producing a photo calendar in 2015 to showcase the finest WA trails, riders and, most importantly, photographers.

Submissions are now open so if you have taken a great photo recently email it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to be considered. Every photographer featured will receive 2 free calenders as well as the kudos of appearing alongside the likes of Sean Lee, Brad Serls, Jon Lloyd and Travis Deane.

The ground is ready and the time is right to build and revamp some of the much loved, used and abused Kalamunda trails. The Kalamunda Collective have hired dumpers and excavators to give a few trails a major once over to keep them in tip top shape. All we need is manpower! We need you!

DirtWorX will start on Saturday 9th August and go on until Friday 15th. Volunteer works will be running all day Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th with midday BBQ and a few beers to finish each day off. The plan is to carry out some much needed berm works to Goldilocks on the weekend. We need about 20 volunteers each day, and some extra wheelbarrows wouldn't go astray.

During the week, work will be going on the Gunjin trails, so if you have some time to help out, it be we'll received.

Come down and lend a hand for a much time as you can spare, from 8am at the top of Mt. Gunjin. Without your hard work the Kalamunda trails would be nowhere near to where they are now. Let us know if you can make it.

Full details and sign up on the Kalamunda Collective website.

Hope to see you at there!

Kalamunda Mountain Bike Collective

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