Level 0 MTBA Coaches Mark Alexander and Nicole Munro will take you on a 2-3 hour skills session and social ride. This promises to be a very informative and productive session not to be missed. Come and learn a few new skills and meet some fellow lady riders.
RSVP to Nicole Munro at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0428955840
If you do not have MTBA Insurance, MTBA Insurance Day Licence will be available for $7 if required, otherwise you can sign the SWMTBC/MTBA waiver
When : 15th July
Where : Bottom hut Pile rd
Time : 8:30 am
With the trails coming back in action after weeks of hard work, the SW club is pleased to announce the 1st social ride at pile rd after the burn.
Help the club celebrate by joining in the group ride early Sunday morning 15th July.
Ride to Cambodia
South West Mountain Bike Club are having a social ride in Donnybrook to help raise money for a school build in Cambodia.
Monday 9th July
9:00am – 12:30pm (approx)
Depart and return from Donnybrook Cemetery Carpark
$5 per rider (donation to Ek-Phonm School Cambodia)
Bring water and snacks and a working bike!!
There will be lots of fun and games along the ride to raise awareness about schools in Cambodia. Monies raised will go towards building a school in
Ek-Phonm Cambodia via Wendy Trow (One Family Project)
MTBA Insurance will be available for $7 per rider if required otherwise you can sign the SWMTBC/MTBA waiver
The SW Club continues to work hard to get the Mt Lennard rd trails ready to use again.
24th June saw a dedicated group continue with getting the trails back on track for the 2nd weekend in a row.and the Boylan/Grizzly loop and the Pallet Track are open, with Wals track closed until further notice.
Another weekend or two will see the completion of the current works to bring the trails into a safe condition, before we sit down and discuss how to bring the trails up to a higher standard of fun factor and into the future.
Earth to Ocean communications are proud sponsors of the trail maintenance days.
Posted by Sri Lloyd, Tuesday, 19th June 2018 @ 3:35pm
The SW Club trail maintenance day on the 17th July was sponsered by Earth to Ocean Communications. 25 volunteers turner up to help get the trails back to their former glory.
The trails had a recent controlled burn through the area resulting in damage to the trails and closure of up to three weeks. Controlled burns are a necessary part of the management of the forest and happen every 7 years.
Representatives from To Be A Better Rider Academy Bunbury WA, Melo Velo and Grammer School attended to help out. Working closely with DBCA, we sent teams out to work on different sections of track, with a focus on brining the trails to a safe condition.
The Boylan/Grizzly loop is now open for the public.
The Pallet track is open.
All other trails are still closed until further notice
We will keep you informed.
Next trail maintenance day will be Sunday 24th 9am