Ride & Explore
Ride the incredible Munda Biddi Trail and explore the towns and nature along the way.
Munda Biddi Trail Foundation
Your contributions ensure this priceless resource is available for future generations to enjoy.
Volunteer
Become a vital part of the Munda Biddi community and help leave a better Trail for future riders to enjoy.
Our Partners
Sponsors and partners that support the Munda Biddi.
Ride & Explore
Ride the incredible Munda Biddi Trail and explore the towns and nature along the way.
Munda Biddi Trail Foundation
Your contributions ensure this priceless resource is available for future generations to enjoy.
Volunteer
Become a vital part of the Munda Biddi community and help leave a better Trail for future riders to enjoy.
Our Partners
Sponsors and partners that support the Munda Biddi.

Welcome to the Munda Biddi Trail Foundation

The Munda Biddi Trail Foundation supports riders, coordinates volunteers, and informs the community about our one-of-a-kind bikepacking trail that stretches over 1000km from Mundaring to Albany in South-West Western Australia.

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Our Partners & Sponsors

Tales of the Trail

Read inspiring stories from our riders while on the trail.

Peter Frawley’s E2E2E

Well golly gosh. A mid winter E2E… twice. That’d be a nice challenge and a laugh I thought. Correct on both counts! Last years mid winter S2N du...

Unsupported, in 4 days, 7 hours and 46 minutes

My love for the Munda Biddi all started back in late 2016 when I took my first overnight cycling trip ever, on the Trail from Jarrahdale to Dandal...

A third of the Munda Biddi in a week, with a five-year old.

A third of the Munda Biddi in a week, with a five-year old.  I’ve enjoyed the minimal motorbike mode of travelling for sometime now (I crosse...

Trail Towns Series

Get a closer look at the Munda Biddi Trail in the latest Trail Towns episode.

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From our riders’ perspective

We asked our riders what they thought of the trail.

I give this trail a 4 for trail quality, but a solid 5 for experience! Where else in the world can you cycle through ever changing ecosystems on a designated mountain bike trail for over 1,000km.

Eilidh Graham

I loved the fact that we rode thru a town every couple of days and could support the local pubs along the way. Also no need to carry 8 days or so of food. Would do it all again tomorrow.

Wendy Clarke

It's definitely an adventure, really is. Go at your own pace and be happy with it. Bring wet weather gear. The forest in this part of WA is best enjoyed in winter!

Lee Lee

Taking the time along the way to explore the many regional towns that the Trail passes through and also ride it at a leisurely pace and allow yourself time to enjoy and appreciate the vast areas of unspoilt forests.

E2E Leanne

Trail conditions vary from rocky technical riding to free flowing fire roads thru forests, sand, coastal runs etc. Lots of pubs on the way, a plentiful and fun way to break up the days. One word to sum this up is "Adventure"

Paul Rosser
Plan your ride

The most essential element to enjoying your Trail experience is to plan a ride that is suitable for your fitness and skill level.

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Route Updates

Permanent realignment - Monadnocks Conservation...

 Permanent realignment - Monadnocks Conservation Park - map 1b Alert Type: Munda Biddi Trail Description: The Munda Biddi Trail has been perman...

Route Update

Permanent Realignment

Mundaring - map 1a The Munda Biddi has been permanently realigned for 1.6km. A map is available below. For more information, please contact the ...