Win a $4000 Specialized Bike and Help Build New Trails!
Buy 1 metre of singletrack for $10 and receive an entry to win a complete Specialized bike of your choice!
WAMBA are raising money to build a new 3,230m trail ‘Goldilocks Zone’ in the Farrell Grove area by selling raffle tickets. Spending $10 to fund 1 metre of new singletrack qualifies you for one free entry into a draw to WIN a Specialized bike of your choice, up to the value of $4,000. Increase your chances by buying more metres! The more metres of trail you buy, the more times your name is entered and the greater chance you’ll have of winning!
We are very grateful to Specialized bikes who have kindly donated the prize for this competition. Specialized are supporters of grass roots trail advocacy.
Tickets will be available this weekend at the Dusk till Dawn 12 hour, or click on the link to buy them online.
Click here to enter
Shake Rattle n Roll Trail Opening and Free Skills Clinics
To celebrate the completion of the Shake, Rattle n Roll skills loop and skills area, WAMBA and RocknRoll mountain biking
, in conjunction with the Live Lighter
campaign, are holding an opening day.
The new 800m skills track and skills area is suitable for both new riders and anyone who wants to improve their technique. Rock n Roll's experienced coaches will also be on hand to offer FREE riding tips. No bookings necessary and some free loan bikes will be available on the day (if you can't supply your own).
Calamunnda Camel Farm, Paulls Valley Rd, Kalamunda
Sunday 9th December, between 9am - 2pm
More info email: email@example.com
18 (for the free loan bikes)
Bring along a friend, partner or colleague keen to try out mountain biking or come along yourself to pick up some hints from the experts.
The WAMBA committee would be very grateful if you could print off a poster for this event and put it up in your office/gym/local bike shop etc to help us promote this event and introduce as many people as possible to the great sport of mountain biking.
Click here to download a high res PDF of the poster
Through lengthy consultation with DEC and the winning of a $45,000 Natural Resource Management grant, WAMBA has secured the official sanctioning of the existing un-authorised but popular Warm Up trail and Scorpion trail, near the Dell. This also includes additional link trails to the existing Kalamunda Circuit.
However, significant works will need to be undertaken before these trails are sabctioned, including trail re-alignments to Scorpion Trail itself, to make it more sustainable and to re-locate it’s current access point away from the Mundaring Weir Reservoir Protection Zone.
It is anticipated that this first stage will be completed within the next 12 months, and forms part of a bigger proposal to eventually link to the Farrell Grove area. WAMBA are still working extensively with DEC to achieve this goal and hopes to have some more good news in the beginning of 2013.