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Goat Farm Wrap Up, what an awesome day!

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Thankyou to all 150 competitors who turned up to race the Goat Farm, this is by far the largest XC race (in terms of numbers) we have run at the GF.

But the thanks really needs to go to the people behind the scenes who do the work and the sponsors who get behind the events.

Please support the people who support us..............

Cycles Bespoke
Bootleg Brewery
Were Estate Winery
Merchant Coffee

And the awesome guys who put the event on..........

Richard Elderfield
Ross Liddell
David Wilson Jnr
Chris Neale
Charles and dave who helped on the day
Renea Scott who helped with the U13's
Damon Wilmore who helped with the U13's track.
Jimmy and Amanda Lobegieger
Steve Gray
Gaby Littlefair who was kept busy with first aid.

Results will be posted soon.

Origonal post is below.........

Huge Thanks to "CYCLES BESPOKE" for coming onboard with sponsorship and prizes for this event. Along with the awesome Bootleg Brewery!!!!!!!

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Social Ride, Saturday 18th, Camel Farm

Once again we will be running a social ride next weekend leaving from the Camel Farm at 9am. We'll have a couple of different groups going out over a range of distances, and there will be something suitable for everyone. Each group will have 2 ride leaders to show you the trails and make sure everyone sticks together.

The Camel Farm is located here

Please remember to bring something to eat, something to drink, all the relevant spares and a good attitude.

If you came on the last social ride and are not a member of the club, please bring $5 for a participation day license. However, if it's your first time, the club will cover this cost. Juniors (U15) should bring a parent or guardian to introduce themselves to the ride leaders and provide contact information.

Please email me with any questions you might have about this ride.

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PMBC Comittie Meeting: Tuesday 14th June: 6:30 PM


The next PMBC Comittie meeting will be held at the Balmoral Hotel -

901 Albany Hiway, Corner of Westminster St and Albany HW.

Tuesday 14th June.
6:30 PM

Room Booked upstairs: Food/drink can be purchased at the bar below


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PMBC DH#2 Nannup Results

Thanks to the riders and volunteers that made this race happen, and to the sponsor Speedlite Cycles.

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Pea Gravel - Issue 3

Hi everyone, I've finally gotten around to finishing off the latest edition of Pea Gravel. In the latest issue you'll find a few stories about the Pemberton weekend, some excellent photography, a travel story and the latest news from the desk of yours truly, El Pres.

I'm hoping to be a bit less tardy on the next issue, and would love your help. If someone would like to write about the 6 hour and the next round of the XC series at the goat farm, that'd be awesome.


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PMBC to spend $8000 on the GOAT FARM

Over the next couple of months you will notice some big improvements for the Goat Farm.

Jamie Campbell is building a skills section to the east of the shelter with funding from a lotteries west grant.

Paul Neve will be be helping Jamie with some of this project and building some awesome dirt jumps as part of the skills section.

On top of that, PMBC are spending $8000 of our club money on the GF itself.

This will be divided into 4 amounts. the first being $1000 for planting trees. $4500 for XC trails, DH and 4X maintenance stage 1. $1500 for trail maintenance stage 2. and $1000 up our sleave to re-prioritize at the end of the project.

This $1000 may go into planting trees, more maintenance, a pump track or the skills section. Either way, it will be spent on the GF.

This project has been about 8 months in the planning and the committee of PMBC are proud to be seeing it through.

Keep your eyes open for busy bees where your help would be greatly appreciated.

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Exciting Nannup News

There's less than 2 weeks until Nannup and we have some exciting news!

Firstly, Speedlite Cycles will be asking the state's best to put their money where their mouth is. This round will see the fastest riders compete in a Top 30 shoot-out for cash prizes. With around 30 riders competing in the Elite Class alone so far this year, this should prove to be a hotly run contest.

Secondly, PMBC will soon be taking delivery of an upgrade to the timing system. Riders will be notified of their times on a live display immediately as they finish their run. Now you'll know exactly what you need to do on your second run to come out on top.

Race info can be found HERE, and don't forget to REGISTER ONLINE.

See you on the hill!

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2011 Dwellingup 100 update.

Please find attached some news and information on the 2011 Dwellingup 100 MTB Classic. "Western Australias Premier MTB event"

The website has been updated but there is still a massive amount of work going on behind the scenes.

The Dwellingup community have also gotton right behind the event this year, but there will be more information on that later on.

Don't forget to use the Kalamunda 50/50 as your base training ride for the D100.

We hope you enjoy what you are about to read.

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PMBC DH#2 - Nannup - June 4 & 5

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Speedlite Cycles presents the 2nd round of the PMBC DH Series for 2011. The race will take place over June 4 and 5 at Nannup. This may well be the last race held at this venue as we know it, with logging occurring throughout the area.

There will be 2 buses running on both Saturday and Sunday. Those who came down last year will tell you that that means plenty of runs to be had.

Seniors: $60
U19s: $50
Juniors: $40
U13: Free
Day Licenses for non-members are available for $20.

Register online HERE

10-: Registration
11-5: Practice

8-10: Practice
11-2: Racing
2.30: Presentations

Riders will be able to register on Sunday if they are unable to make Saturday.

Speedlite will be helping to make this a great race. Look out for more information about this in the near future.

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Super D Results

Attached are the results for the Super D. Please note that Andrew Wade came second in Open Men with a time of 4:38. There was also another Open Men competitor whose time did not make it to this time sheet. We did take your time manually and apologise for the error.

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Cycling WA Junior Talent Identification day

Cycling WA has a long history of helping champions and are are looking for new talent to develop into Road and track cyclists. Reece Tucknot and Darcy Pirotta are evidence you can still mountain bike well, while racing on the track and road at the same time.

CWA have an opportunity to help budding champions who cycle, kick starting their passion!

Cycling WA Talent Identification day.
4th June 2011, 1-4pm
Midvale Speed Dome
Eddie baron Drive, Midvale

PMBC and WAMBA support this project and invite anyone between the age of 13 and 16 to go along to this session.

Registrations are required

Please call Toby Hodgson on 9328 3422 for further information and to register.

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Pemberton Rocks! XC Results

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Anyone who went to Pemberton already knows much fun it was. And having the Super D on Sunday was the icing on the cake.

Thankyou very much to those of you who made the effort to go.Considdering it was a Saturday and the week after Easter, we really do realise it was a big effort.

Thanks to the great group of Down Hillers who made the trip just for the day, but a bigger thanks to the DH'ers who did the XC race as well.

Thanks must go to the following people for the great effort put into making the event a huge success,

firstly, the sponsors;

= The Southwest Development Commission ($2000)
= The Perth Mountain Bike Club (all profit from the event goes back to the Pemberton Visitor centre to go back into the MTB Park)
= Bootleg Brewery ($lots Michael Brooks)
= Gunns Timber Products ($500)
= Speedlite Cycles ($500 Glen Ward)
= Three Chillies Trail Design (Super D and trophies Paul and Kat Neve)
= The Pemberton Visitor Centre (Morning Tea)

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Pea Gravel - Issue 2

PMBC's very own newsletter is back!

This months issue has reviews of Tumbulgum, The Dirt Crits, The Wamba AGM, some outstanding photography from Jarrad Lawrence and Jose Garcia and a very disturbing picture of John Carney.

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Rock N Roll MTB Crank it up.

Rock N Roll MTB are proud to announce their skills, training, Technical and mechanical courses for the first half of 2011.

RNR are the awesome guys who bought us the first XC race at Jarrahdale.

Please click on the "Coaching and Skills" link above for further details

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PMBC Open Day Social Ride

Hi Everyone.

I'd like to extend an invitation to all MTB riders in Perth to come along for a social ride from the Camel Farm this Sunday the 17th of April at 8am.

We'll be splitting up into 3 groups of different abilities and doing a 10, 15 or 22km loop taking in the excellent Kalamunda Circuit.

PMBC will be sponsoring the Day licenses, so it will be no cost to you.

for any questions, please contact me on


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Thursday Night MTB sessions NOR.

Bryce Mitchell of Symmetry Cycle Coaching is, and has been running MTB sessions on a Thursday night for those living North of the River, however, everyone is welcome.

please see the attachment for further information.

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PIHC Kep Track Adventure 2011

The Perth Integrated Health Clinic are proud to present the 2011 Kep Track Adventure on Sunday 29 May.

See the flier for further details and contacts.

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Tumbulgum Results

Thanks to everyone for coming out and supporting this event. We've learnt a lot through this venture and hope to bring you some exciting racing this season, and a bigger and better Tumbulgum DH race next year. Results are attached below.

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Pemberton 2 day, SAT = XC, SUN = Super D, Update 9

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Round 2 of the PMBC XC series is taking place on SATURDAY 30.4.11 at the awesome Pemberton MTB park, right in town on Swimming Pool Road in Pemberton itself. Proudly supported again by Bootleg Brewery and the Pemberton Visitor centre.

All proceedes from this event go straight back into the Pemberton MTB Park.

Online entries are now open and are burried within the attached information. (info XCR2) So that you hopefully read the attached information, hehehehe.

Please remember entries close Wednesday night 27/4/11 and there are NO entries on the day. Please see the entries attachment for an explanation why.

if you are looking for accommodation, please look at the attachment first. The Stonebarn, Karri Valley Hideaway Cottages, Eucalyptus house and the Gloucster Motel have all Kindly donated accommodation as spot prizes. All of the details and contact information are on the attachment and we have a seperate attachment for the Beautiful Stonebarn.

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Tumbulgum - Final Announcement - Cash Prizes & Registration

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We're now less than a week from Tumbulgum. The track is ready and has the tick of approval from some of WA's best riders. Even Sam Hill has been down to test and will be racing in preparation for his assault on the World Cup. Get ready for more of the biggest jumps than you will see on any track this side of the country.

Online registration has been well utilised so far. The option to pre-pay through the MTBA website closes on Wednesday night but you will be able to use the online pay-on-the-day form right up until Friday afternoon. Check the first Tumbulgum announcement on the front page for the links. We have decided that due to many people not realising our initial move to accept only online registrations we will be taking entries on Saturday. If you make the decision to race at the last minute you're in luck - this time!

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XC round 1 Jarrahdale Wrap Up

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Today’s event was obviously very successful despite the hold up with number allocations at registration. We were simply overwhelmed by the massive number of late entries on the day. So if you can, please plan ahead and enter online by Thursday night, this saves us time, and it saves you $10 plus speeds up the proceedings dramatically.

Anyway, apart from the small time delay the day went well and all competitors needs to be congratulated for enduring the dust and the heat.

Once again, I would like to extend my sincere thanks to the following people who made this event happen.

Mark and Jenny Wardle from “Rock and Roll MTB” and Jenny’s family. The prizes supplied were fantastic and the free BBQ and drinks were a massive bonus. Well done.

Ben McGrath and Mark Wardle for the awesome track.

Simon Coates from Cannondale and Shotz, thanks for your support and prizes

Ian Gray our Money Man

Gabby and Scott Littlefair for your help and First aid support

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Pea Gravel - The Perth MTB Club Newsletter

Hi everyone.

I've just finished putting together the very first edition of Pea Gravel, the Perth Club Newsletter.

Have a read and let me know what you think.


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Change To Calendar - No Geraldton

The Geraldton DH race set for the end of April will not be going ahead. The online calendar will be update, please make note on your own if necessary.

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Tumbulgum - Sponsors, Prizes and we need volunteers!

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We're only a few short weeks from the first (and most exciting?) race of the season. Now's the time to give everyone a little more info!

MOST IMPORTANTLY we need volunteers. Due to the nature of the track we require more marshals than usual. If you're planning on spending the weekend spectating then I'd ask that you consider helping us out. Each volunteer is provided with lunches on both days, and we will be covering your gate fee plus one extra. No experience is necessary and we will provide everything you need. If you can help please email me at dh(AT)

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Kalamunda Circuit. Special trail building days for you.

Special trail building days for you
We have taken on board the fact that a lot of riders have some difficulty being able to attend trail building days due to other commitments and we know as we have the same issues living in this busy world.
So get some of your mountain bike crew together, pick a date or dates that suits you and your friends, contact us and we will see what we can arrange. It would be good to have a group of 5 or more but there is no minimum limit, we want you to be able to participate in this fantastic community project.

You can contact us on or 0405 121 959

We hope to see you on the trail.



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