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This fantastic video documenting Grant Gibbs's end-to-end adventure is great to watch - thanks Grant for sharing!
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Moving to a free membership model.24 August 2016
One trail, two weeks, three riders and four mates. In its fourth year, the Munda Biddi Trail Foundation’s signature event, the end-to-end ride between Mundaring and Albany, has been reborn. We’ve radically changed the format of the traditional Munda Biddi Epic, renaming it the Munda Biddi Challenge. It’s still one of the greatest mountain bike adventures in Australia, but it now gives you maximum flexibility about when you ride, where you stay and how you chill out.22 January 2016
Maps 1, 2, 3, and 4 were reprinted August 2015 with the most notable difference being the update of the former Department of Environment and Conservation contact details to the now Department of Parks and Wildlife23 December 2015
A friendly reminder to all Riders before heading out to ride or volunteer on the Munda Biddi Trail; always check the Department of Parks and Wildlife for the latest changes and diversions.23 December 2015
Would you like to give back to the Trail, are you looking for an excuse to get out more? Why not grab a trail buddy and adopt a section of the Munda Biddi Trail, vacancies exist between Northcliffe and Walpole with sections varying in length between seven and twelve kilometres. To make the trip down south worthwhile some volunteers chose to adopt more than one section, this is entirely up to individuals. We appreciate whatever help you can give. To find out more about volunteering please visit our website or contact the volunteer and events coordinator.23 December 2015
The Foundation has around 200 volunteers who collectively over the past twelve months logged over 2,000 hours. All of our volunteers lead busy lives with many of them in full time employment and we are very grateful to all for their contribution to the success of the Munda Biddi Trail.23 December 2015