The West Australian Mountain Bike Association (WAMBA) are the trail advocacy and co-ordination body for mountain biking in Western Australia. WAMBA acts as a resource for clubs looking for help on trail advocacy and grants and co-ordinates the racing calendar.
WAMBA generates, develops and protects trail experiences for mountain bike riders in Western Australia and promotes responsible biking and innovative and sustainable trail management.
105 Cambridge Street
West Leederville, WA 6007
PO Box 1373
Fremantle, WA 6160
56 293 962 965
Jake Hannah - President
Lindsay Alsop - Vice President
Louise Wallace - Treasurer
Jodie Stembridge - Secretary
Dean Bertenshaw - SWMTBC
John Wallace - Collie
John Roberts - PMBC
David Willcox - MRORCA
David Marshall - Albany
Myles Happ - Cape Mountain Bikers
Bec Swan - Geraldton MTB Club
Iam Humphrey - Kalamunda Mountain Bike Collective
Downhill Trail Advocacy
The establishment, reinstatement and legalisation of DH trails.
Dwellingup Trails Group (DTG)
John Roberts is working with the Perth Mountain Bike Club (PMBC) to establish a group of relevant and committed individuals interested in developing the Dwellingup XC MTB facilities, and to expand the WAMBA support in this area.
|DTG facebook page|
Margaret McIlroy and Allan Coremans are liaisons between the Goat Farmers, who manage and maintain the existing trails, and WAMBA committee.
|Goat Farmers facebook page|
Louise Wallace is liaison between the Jarrahdale Action Group (JAG), Serpentine Trails Group and WAMBA committee.
|JAG facebook page|
To increase WAMBA brand awareness, run fundraising activities and events, and increase WAMBA’s level of sponsorship funding.
WA Gravity Enduro (WAGE)
To organise the official opening of the Mt Gunjin Trail Network, and investigate the possibility of holding a gravity-enduro style state series.
|WAGE facebook page|
Women of WAMBA (WOW)
To promote, support and encourage mountain bike opportunities for female riders in WA.
|WOW facebook page|
If you are interested in helping one of the WAMBA sub-committeesor feel there is an area of mountain biking that needs attention, contact the groups above or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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