Kalamunda Circuit trail maintenance day, Collie trail workshop and much more...
West Australian Mountain Bike Association

Kalamunda Circuit Trail Maintenance Day

We are kicking off the 2012 trail building season with a big day of maintenance on the Kalamunda Circuit. It has been a long dry summer and the trail surface has suffered a little bit. Our main focus will be to establish all the drainage points on the trail for winter.

There will be a sausage sizzle for volunteers at the Calamunnda Camels in the afternoon so come along and help improve the trail we love to ride then catch up for a feed after.

We will be meeting at the Calamunnda Camel Farm at 8am on Sunday the 27th of May then splitting into groups to target different sections of trail on both sides of Mundaring Weir Rd (if numbers allow). Please advise us on if you plan to come along so that we can organise work and food.

We look forward to you joining us. Cheers,
Murray Wynne.

Collie Trail Workshop

A mountain bike trail workshop will be held in Collie on 16th June. Guest speakers will be Nick Bowman(IMBA oz) and Troy Rarrick(USA Frutia). Troy Rarick is a visionary for MTB trails that helped initiate what is now a $24 million annual mtb trail industry in Frutia. Other presentations will include local trail centers, Kalamunda, Pemberton and Cycletrek Farm. The day will end with a sundowner with a chance to network with WA mtb trail advoacates, drinks will be provided by the local "BREW 42".

Numbers are limited. To RSVP by email to

Trail Maintenance at Marrinup and Turner Hill

Jamie Campbell Trails will be carrying out maintenance and repairs on both the Marrinup and Turner Hill trails over the next month or so. The work will generally be carried out during the week and left open on the weekends. For your safety please obey any on trail signage and respect any trail closures that may occur.

This maintenance is part of PMBC's commitment to help preserve, maintain and enhance our precious trail network for years to come.

Car Break-Ins

There have been further reports of car break-ins in the car parks around the Kalamunda Circuit.

Never leave valuables, or anything that looks tempting, in your car.

If you are unfortunate enough to be broken in to
 report it to Police on 131444. Reporting the incidents doesn't take long and it provides valuable statistics and information that allow the police to ensure that they are patrolling the area when they need to be. The other benefit of reporting offences is that allows the police to have data to get temporary CCTV installed in areas to try and catch these people in the act.

Upcoming Events

Pickering Brook

WAMBA Committee meeting
DSR, Leederville

State Trails Conference
DSR, Leederville

Peel District MTBC State Round 4X


The Gibb Challenge
Gibb River Rd, Kimberley

Kalamunda Circuit Trail mainteance day
Camel Farm
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