What is MTBA?

Mountain Bike Australia is the peak body for 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 pastime.
  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 members

View MTBA Membership Application Form

View MTBA terms and Conditions 

View MTBA Code of Conduct

View MTBA Constitution

View Hot Weather Guidelines

View 2014 Annual Report

View MTBA Committee Roles and Responsibilities

View MTBA Committee Code of Conduct

View MTBA Social Media Policy

View CA/MTBA Anti Doping Policy

View CA/MTBA Disciplinary Policy

Latest News

Changes to XCC Grading

In a bid to make competing in XCC more enjoyable for riders, MTBA has refined the grading for XCC categories. This change will go into effect immediately, ahead of the opening round of the 2015-2016 Subaru National Series at Mt Taylor this weekend. The MTBA Event Manager (on-site) may at their absolute discretion combine races […]... Read More

MTBA Annual General Meeting

Mountain Bike Australia conducted their Annual General Meeting on the Gold Coast last weekend, ahead of the start of the 2015-2016 Subaru National Series. As well as the 2015 Annual Report and the audited financial statements being presented, positions on the Management Committee were filled. Tony Hancock (QLD) was voted in as Vice President, while […]... Read More

Coaches Insurance Update

In a move to greatly improve and develop skills based coaching at the grassroots and community tier, the Australian Sports Commission recently approved the MTBA Level 0 Skills Coach Course under the National Coaching Accreditation Scheme. The course presentations are now being finalised and will be ready for release in January 2016. As well as […]... Read More