Find out the latest news about the Trail and the Foundation before you set off for your next ride.
14 November 2017
Unfortunately our amazing Volunteer & Events Coordinator Carina is no longer working for the Munda Biddi Trail Foundation. We would like to say a very big thank you to Carina for her super human efforts on behalf of the Foundation and wish her all the best for her future adventures!
While we wait for our new VEC to come onboard please contact the foundation via P: 6336 9699 or E: firstname.lastname@example.org.
20 October 2017
Munda Biddi Trail Foundation Incorporated
Notice of 2017 Annual General Meeting
This is to advise you of the upcoming annual general meeting of the members of the Munda Biddi Trail Foundation (the Foundation). The details of this meeting are as follows:
Tuesday 24th October 2017
6.15 – 7.30pm
Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (Parks and Wildlife Service), 17 Dick Perry Avenue KENSINGTON
Please RSVP to email@example.com for catering purposes.
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At the meeting, members will have the opportunity to:
find out about & ask questions regarding the Foundation’s operations and finances.
speak about any items on the agenda.
vote on any resolutions proposed.
At the meeting, members will be asked to vote to:
accept the minutes of the last annual general meeting
accept the Annual Report
accept the Treasurer’s Report
accept the Secretary’s Report; and
elect new Board Members
Information for Members
In accordance with Rule 53(1)(b) members must be given at least 14 days notice of the meeting if there is not a special resolution proposed. (NOTE: Members were emailed on Monday 9 October as per the Rules. This is a reminder notification)
In accordance with Rule 53(2)(c) the following nominations have been received for positions on the Board.
Peter Steven Versluis — President
Neil Brodie — Vice President
Rachelle Spyker — Treasurer
Ross Paine — Secretary
Alexander McKenzie Campbell — Ordinary Board Member
Rule 54 allows for proxy votes.
Subject to subrule (2), a member may appoint an individual who is also a member as his or her proxy to vote and speak on his or her behalf at a general meeting.
The appointment of a proxy must be in writing and signed by the member making the appointment.
The member appointing the proxy may give specific directions as to how the proxy is to vote on his or her behalf.
If no instructions are given to the proxy, the proxy may vote on behalf of the member in any matter as the proxy sees fit.
If the Board has approved a form for the appointment of a proxy, the member may use that form or any other form —
that clearly identifies the person appointed as the member's proxy; and
that has been signed by the member.
Notice of a general meeting given to an ordinary member under rule 53 must—
state that the member may appoint an individual who is an ordinary member as a proxy for the meeting; and
include a copy of any form that the Board has approved for the appointment of a proxy.
A form appointing a proxy must be given to the secretary before the commencement of the general meeting for which the proxy is appointed.
A form appointing a proxy sent by post or electronically is of no effect unless it is received by the Association not later than 24 hours before the commencement of the meeting.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. To donate please visit everydayhero.
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.
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.