Albury Wodonga Mountain Bike Club

Albury Wodonga Mountain Bike Club

Founded in 2008, the Albury Wodonga Mountain Bikers (AWMTB) host regular social rides, women’s rides, a club XC every month, a ‘dirt crit’; most Wednesday evenings over aummer and several DH races or ride days throughout the year.  

They also host several higher profile events including the June “6 hour” (Part of the Victorian Enduro Series) and our long standing Nail Can Hill race which starts with a notorious climb for cash and ends in sweet single track.   Visitors to the region are welcome to participate in all of these activities

Parklands Albury Wodonga thanks AWMTB members for their significant efforts and input into both designing, building and maintaining popular mountain bike track networks at the Albury City Council managed Nail Can Hill, as well as the mountain bike track networks at the Parklands-managed McFarlanes Hill and Baranduda Parklands.

An IMBA workshop was hosted at Baranduda Parklands in 2012 with members of mountain bike clubs from across the region participating in two days of theory and practical training in constructing trails to meet international best practice standards.  Parklands continues to work with AWMTB members in the establishment and maintenance of these increasingly popular mountain bike track networks.

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