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

WAMBA would like to thank the Department of Parks and Wildlife for their continued support of mountain biking, and in particular the recent contributions to improvements in mountain bike trail maintenance. Parks and Wildlife has provided some funding  to clubs to work with the relevant Districts  in establishing improved maintenance regimes. The funding will be for trail counters, trail audits, and establishment of long term maintenance programs with reporting on the improvements between the club and district. The beneficiary clubs and groups include the Goat Farmers, Southern Hills Mountain Bikers, Margaret River Offroad Cycling Association, Kalamunda Mountain Bike Collective, Collie Mountain Bike Club and South West Mountain Bike Club.

To launch the new TrailsWA website, WAMBA are offering a free entry to the 2014 Cape to Cape mountain bike race.

The TrailsWA website is a fantastic resource providing heaps of information about all types of trails across WA including a searchable map, trail descriptions, downloadable KML (GPS) files, photos, reviews, useful links and other local attractions. WAMBA are fully supportive of TrailsWA and have transferred all of our trail information from our website to TrailsWA.

To enter the draw to win a Cape to Cape entry all you need to do is post an image or review of one of the 20 mountain bike trails on the TrailsWA website by 31st August 2014. If you are lucky enough to win and have already entered the Cape to Cape then you may transfer the registration to another person, or use it in 2015.

The list of mountain bike trails on the TrailsWA website can be found here.

Signing up to TrailsWA is very easy. You can create a new account or use your Facebook, Twitter or Google+ log in.

Good luck and we look forward to viewing your photos and reading your reviews!

180 competitors and 250 spectators flocked to Mt Gunjin, Kalamunda, for the Western Australian round of the Australian Gravity Enduro Series hosted by WA Gravity Enduro and fuelled by Chain Reaction Cycles.

Competitors from all over Australia flew to their most isolated capital city, looking to tame the loose pea gravel of ‘Lazarus,’ drop in on the hand-crafted ladders of ‘Luvin Shovels,’ pedal hard on the flats after ‘Goldilocks’ and the ‘3 bears,’ and link it all together with climbs up ‘Rocky Balboa’ and ‘Drago.’ With a licensed area, food servery pumping out 12hour slow cooked pulled pork rolls and paninis - hosted by Murphy’s Irish Pub, Mandurah, mechanics on-course, 5 enduro stages and hundreds of spectators lining the trails, the atmosphere was a buzz!
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A fantastic initiative from mountain bike hire, tours and clinics company, Rock and Roll Mountain Biking, has seen them fill up a whole skip bin with rubbish that has been dumped around the Kalamunda Trails. In their spare time they picked up a variety of waste from the area showing that mountain bikers look after the bush we ride in.

This is a good time to remind riders to "leave no trace" and take out everything they brought in with them including punctured inner tubes. Take extra care to securely stash food wrappers and drinks bottles as even accidental litter is still litter. If you see items of rubbish that are small enough to carry please put them in your bag. Anything larger (such as household or building waste that has been dumped) report the location to the local Department of Parks and Wildlife office. If you don't know how to contact them, report it to your local mtb club who will contact them.

The WAMBA committee would like to thank Lindsay Alsop for his hard work as Vice-President over the last 5 years. An original member of the committee that re-founded WAMBA, his achievements include project managing the Mt Gunjin trails and building Luvin Shovels. Refusing to take No for an answer he has raised the profile of mtbiking within government agencies.

Lindsay has decided to take a step back from WAMBA due to the demands of a young family and his commitments with the Kalamunda Mountain Bike Collective. We are very pleased that he will still be active in trail advocacy in WA.

WAMBA are taking nominations to fill the Vice-President role, to be elected at our next committee meeting on 26th August. Nominations are open to:
  • A member of the committee
  • An individual member of WAMBA
  • An individual member of a club affiliated to WAMBA 
The role of Vice President requires attendance at committee meetings, but is what you make it.

If you are interested or would like more information about the role or committee, or to put your nominations forward prior to the next meeting contact WAMBA President, Louise Wallace (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) before 26th August.

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