Latest News

Find out the latest news about the Trail and the Foundation before you set off for your next ride.

  • What a great use of our Trail!

    19 September 2017

    “I have always dreamed of riding the Munda Biddi Trail end to end but have never become motivated enough to get out there and 'Just Do It'. Now I have a reason and I am on a mission.”

    Margaret ‘s youngest granddaughter has Childhood Interstitial Lung Disease and she is riding the Trail to raise awareness of The Lung foundation and the Munda Biddi Trail.

    She set off from Mundaring last Saturday and hopes to reach Albany on Thursday the 5th of October.

    You can follow Margaret on her journey. If you would like to join Margaret on part of her ride contact the Munda Biddi Foundation on 6336 9699 or at admin@mundabiddi.org.au. To donate please visit everydayhero.

  • Nanny rides the Munda Biddi Trail for ChILD.

    12 September 2017

    The Munda Biddi Trail attracts all sorts of riders and Nanny Margaret has set herself the challenge of riding the whole of the Munda Biddi Trail to raise funds for and increase the awareness of the rare lung disease ChILD. 

    The ride along the Munda Biddi Trail is inspired by Margaret’s three-year-old granddaughter Charli, who lives with Childhood Interstitial Diffuse Lung Disease. This rare disease makes it hard for Charli's lungs to absorb oxygen. She is on oxygen therapy most of the day and night, and has low reserves when viral illness hits. It has impacted her growth significantly, and meant that basic activities are more complex and physically demanding. However, she still shines brightly through it all.

    Show your support for Margaret as she sets out on the 1000+km mountain bike ride from Mundaring to Albany this weekend.

    Contact the Foundation if you would like to join Margaret on part of her ride on 6336 9699 or at admin@mundabiddi.org.au. To donate visit everydayhero.

  • Mountain Bike Specific Remote Area First Aid Course

    15 August 2017

    Dirt Skills Margaret River is partnering with Survive First Aid to bring a nationally recognised mountain bike specific Remote Area First Aid course to Margaret River (WA) over 2 awesome weekends .

    ​This course is delivered by MTBikers, for MTBikers!! It will have a dedicated focus on addressing the injuries and logistical considerations that almost every mountain biker comes across from time-to-time, including how to deal with major trauma and complicated extractions.

    ​The majority of the course will be delivered in the field...which means plenty of play time on Margs’ sweet, sweet trails!

    ​The course costs $550 and all participants will come away with nationally-recognised qualifications in CPR, Asthma, Anaphylaxis and Responding to Emergencies in Remote Areas.

    For more information click HERE.

  • The Southern MTB festival

    1 August 2017

    The Southern MTB will be taking place September 22 – 24 in Albany. This all-encompassing multi day
    mountain bike festival has something for everyone. From the iconic Urban Downhill event, to the mass
    participation Southern Peaks 37km and 50km cross country event that crosses over parts of the Munda
    Biddi Trail, and a Kids Urban for 5 to 14 year old’s. For more information please visit the
    website www.southernmtb.com.au. Entries are open, so make the most of the Early Bird Offer and enter
    before August 25 th  at https://www.registernow.com.au/secure/Register.aspx?E=25594.

  • Act-Belong- Commit Dwellingup 100

    1 August 2017

    The Act-Belong- Commit Dwellingup 100 is Perth’s premier MTB event. Launched in 2009, the event
    quickly has become Perth’s largest one day mountain bike race and includes four distances including
    the D14, Dwellingup 40, Super 60 and the 100km Classic, plus the Forces Challenge. The event
    appeals to first-timers and novices as well as professional mountain bike riders including top riders
    from WA, interstate and overseas. Join us on Saturday 19 August for another fantastic day on the
    trails! Entries and more information are available at www.dwellingup100.com.au