Kicking off on Thursday October 19, every Thursday until 7 December (8 weeks) we will be running a free (to club members) junior development program.
It will be broken up into 2 sessions, 4:30pm for Dirtmasters (12 & under) & 5:30 pm for Juniors (13-18).
We’ll meet at the shipping container behind the trotting club club rooms at McDonald St South Warrnambool.
Before you come, please read this information to make sure you have everything you need and have arranged your 8 week FREE insurance and club membership.
Adults, Mums & Dads welcome to join in.
Download brochure here
WMTBC wish to advise that our Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday August 10th at The Cally Hotel, 112 Fairy St, Warrnambool
The AGM will commence at 7:30pm followed by a WMTBC General meeting.
We encourage everyone to come along, particularly if you have an interest in being part of the Committee or in becoming more involved in WMTBC activities and events.
Thursday also happens to be Burger night at the Cally,
WMTBC members will be tucking in to dinner from 6.30pm
See you there
Warrnambool Mountain Bike Club
0427 568 038
P.O. Box 679 Warrnambool 3280
WMTBC is pleased to announce that the planning permit for vegetation management of the existing trail network at Thunder Point has now been issued by Warrnambool City Council (WCC) and the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP).
The permit represents an important advance for the club, and the committee is confident that it will reinvigorate club activities.
The WMTBC Committee is extremely appreciative of the support of all current and past club members and the broader community in getting us to this point. The support arising from recent WMTBC media has been particularly enthusiastic and respectful. While it has been a long process, we thank WCC and DELWP for their assistance in helping us navigate through the complex requirements.
The permit is a crucial achievement in WMTBC’s strategic plan for Thunder Point. WMTBC commissioned DirtArt some two years ago to prepare a trail audit and recommendations for a sustainable future for mountain biking at Thunder Point. WMTBC’s strategic plan involves continuing to work with WCC and DELWP to complete approved trail loops with surfacing, realignments and signage to establish Thunder Point as a safe and sustainable MTB destination and as a valuable resource for Warrnambool and the wider community. WMTBC looks forward to the continued support of WCC and DELWP to achieve this plan.
The club appreciates that it is required to manage the trails overgrown vegetation within the permit conditions, and will be organising training and working bees in the near future. Importantly the club does not support any unauthorised vegetation management works or riding south of the walking trail where culturally sensitive areas exist.
The planning permit will enable WMTBC to recommence running MTB events- watch this space!
Warrnambool MTB Club will be holding an information night this Thursday 20th April, to update everyone on our current situation with the planning permit submitted to council.
Dinner at 6.30
Info session at 7pm.
At The Cally Hotel
Everyone is welcome.
Facebook link here.
Welcome to the 3rd Annual Tour de Buller . 19th-23rd Jan 2017
Once again we as a very keen and skilled group of mountain bike riders are off to Mount Buller in January 2017
Checkout or facebook pages for details & updates,
Results from Sunday’s Teams Race.
It was great to see 4 new riders join the series!
Lachie Stephens continues to be the Top Team Player,
also Leading James Coomber in the U17’s
Brett Easton, cashed in on having a strong teammate once again! thanks Brendan Polack, leading Brian Dufty in the Open Mens.
Colleen Hughson’s international training is paying off leading the Open Women’s
Riley Shiell’s strong start continues to lead the Dirtmasters
We’ve Had 30 Riders over the 3 events so far, hopefully we can double that with the 3 Sundays coming up in winter!
encourage your workmates,
Bring your friends and family!
see you Sunday 19th June!
Register here: Entryzone.com.au
Results are in folks. In the dirt Crits, or as we now call it, “Catch the Coomber” James Coomber knocks 16 seconds off his PB., Peter Meddings, Gerard Gleeson and David Stevens take out the teams race but Stayer Lachie Stevens is rewarded for his consistencey (and luck) and leads his dad David and James Coomber in the cumulitave points for the teams race.
Pop it in your diary now. May 15th. The third Sunday of every month for the next 4 months. The Sunday Series. Get on it.