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South West Mountain Bike Club

The Club is getting some Trail Counters

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The Club has just ordered some trail counters for the Mt Lennard Trails network.

These will be used to better gauge the use of the trails and also be used submissions for grants knowing how many people ride.

These are coming from TRAFx Research Ltd 

TRAFx Research Ltd. (est. 2001) develops and sells advanced counting systems. A TRAFx system consists of state-of-the-art hardware and software to collect, retrieve, analyze, manage, store and share data. Integral to each system is the TRAFx counter. TRAFx offers the following counter types: vehicle counter, infrared trail counter, mountain bike counter, and OHV counter.

TRAFx products are used by government agencies and research institutions in Canada, the US, Australia, Europe, and elsewhere for: parks and public lands management, recreation studies, traffic and transportation studies, and visitor studies. TRAFx Research Ltd. has pioneered unique and innovative solutions that make us a leader in our field. One of our specialities is counting solutions for rugged, rural and remote areas. 

Trafx Counters 



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How long does it take you to ride up Boylands and down Grizzly's (14km) at Mt Lennard?

Sprockets Loop - Short Course available for Children Under 10.

Be Timed in the South West Mountain Bike Club's Time Trial Series.

Racing Commences @ 2pm Sunday 21th of September from the Bottom Tail Head

Drinks and Sausage Sizzle Available  

To register: 

Last Updated on Friday, 12 September 2014 17:05

Chase the Thylacine

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The Cape Mountain Bikers, South West Mountain Bike Club and with agreement from the Secret Whicher Cult would like invite the wider mountain bike community to join us on the “Chase the Thylacine” from Busselton to Nannup and back.

Take a Kid Mountain Biking is on again!

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It's that time again when we host the IMBA Take a Kid Mountain Biking.

Flyer here 

Take a Kid Mountain Biking

Last Updated on Thursday, 11 September 2014 06:16

After trail Maintenance - New section

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Just to let you know that we have a new section of trail and we have closed a section off.

the committee decided that we needed to permanently bypass the wet section near the bottom trailhead.


Last Updated on Sunday, 31 August 2014 16:52
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