MTBA Club Grant Scheme Recipients
The successful Round two applicants were: Perth MBC (development of junior development camp), Central Australia Rough Riders (women's participation and skills series camps), Burrup MBC (Level 1 MTB coach development), Geelong MBC (MTB skills course and junior recruitment), New England Mountain Bikers Inc. (development of bike skills training park).
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Training and accredition program
MTBA Members Newsletter - 19 December, 2014 Welcome to your latest member e-newsletter! ...read more.
Mountain Bike Australia (MTBA) is pleased to welcome three new members of staff for 2015 – Denise Cox - Trails and Advocacy Development Manager, Jodie Willett - Junior Development Coach and Evan James – Junior Development Coordinator. ...read more.
Mountain Bike Australia (MTBA) is excited to announce the 2015 National Cross Country Marathon (XCM) series. ...read more.
MTBA Members Newsletter - 9 December, 2014 Welcome to your latest member e-newsletter! ...read more.
Jason English (NSW) and Tory Thomas (VIC) have won the Mountain Bike Australia (MTBA) 2014 Australian Solo 24 Hour Mountain Bike Championships at the Mt Annan Botanical Gardens in New South Wales on the weekend. ...read more.
It's hardly the Christmas present 2014 Li? ...read more.
BE IT be body boarding on world-famous waves, climbing an extinct volcano, cycling through historic country town streets or mountain ...read more.
AUSTRALIAN star Simon Gerrans has broken his left collarbone in training, ruining his big home season title defences. ...read more.
TEAM Sky’s Richie Porte is firming as the new Tour Down Under favourite after yesterday’s shock news that defending champion Simon ...read more.
A FORTNIGHT after tweeting his excitement at being let loose on his mountain bike, a crash while doing just that has cost Simon Gerrans ...read more.
SOME of Port Macquarie's finest athletes flocked to the opening of Port Macquarie's High Performance Centre on Monday to see what the ...read more.
Australian cycling star Simon Gerrans will miss the Australian road titles and the Tour Down Under after breaking his collarbone ...read more.
Switching from mountain biking to road cycling isn’t an easy task, but Tamworth’s Mick Sherwood is giving it a go. ...read more.
Australian cycling star Simon Gerrans has broken his left collarbone in training, ruining his home season. ...read more.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Simon Gerrans will be unable to defend his Tour Down Under or Australian road racing titles in January after ...read more.
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