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Mountain Bike Australia – Snapshot

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Who is Mountain Bike Australia?

Mountain Bike Australia is the peak body for mountain biking in Australia.

The Australian Government through the Australian Sports Commission recognises Mountain Bike Australia to develop mountain biking in Australia.

We aim to lead the development and promotion in Australia for the benefit and enjoyment of all mountain bikers. We do this by:
1. Providing services, trail advocacy and communications of value to our members to enable them to enjoy mountain biking.
2. Promoting, developing and advocating mountain biking as a healthy sporting and recreational past-time.
3. Fostering and maintaining constructive relationships with cycling organisations and key stakeholders.
4. Providing a safe and fair environment for competitive mountain biking, appropriate and relevant to the various levels across the sport.
5. Managing and governing the organisation in a transparent, financially responsible and sustainable manner.

 

MTBA’s Mission

MTBA has adopted the following statement as its mission and goal:

To develop and promote mountain biking in Australia for the benefit and enjoyment of all.

 

Life Members

Rob Eva 
Cadel Evans
Peter Gaull
Mary Grigson
Glen Jacobs
Yolande Joubert
Tony Scott

 

Membership & AffiliationsParks & Leisure Australia

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Latest News

Cameron Ivory Claims Debut National Title


Cameron Ivory (SA) has claimed his first ever elite men's Australian Cross-Country Championship in devastating fashion at Armidale, New South Wales on Sunday afternoon.... Read More

Local Juniors Steal Limelight On Day 2


New South Wales took the bragging rights in the Under 17 races on a wet day 2 of the 2018 MTBA Cross-Country Championships at Armidale, New South Wales.... Read More

Relay Begins Cracking Weekend of Championship Racing


  The team relay and cross-country eliminator got the 2018 MTBA Cross-Country National Championships at the University of New England in Armidale on Friday.  Thirteen teams lined up for the four person race, with last year’s champions Planet Cycles Racing the heavy favourites from Queensland and included junior men world champion Cameron Wright. However it was […]... Read More