The Legacy Lives On!

Fear not as the legacy of the Dwellingup 100 lives to fight another day! In 2018 the iconic West Australian mountain biking event has received a few changes leading in to it’s 10th Anniversary but will be sure to put a smile on your dial!

Introducing the WA100 MTB Classic presented by Single Track Minds.

Still to be held on Saturday 18th August!

Still in the iconic and picturesque Dwellingup, Western Australia!

Which events though? Look no further than the following:

100km Solo
100km Duo (Male, Female and Mixed only)
50km Solo
15km Solo and Juniors

Having raised over $850,000 in previous years through the Dwellingup 100, Muscular Dystrophy Western Australia will be the charity partner of the WA100 MTB in 2018. “Ride For Someone Who Can’t” has inspired, encouraged and motivated everyone to be a hero throughout the years and to aid this fantastic organisation $5 from every 2018 event entry will be donated to MDWA!

With the trails in better condition than they have ever been there is no better time to ride your mountain bike in this amazing part of Western Australia. There is also no better time to celebrate an iconic Ten Years of 100 kms around Dwellingup. There may even be a little bit of gold out there!

We know you have put in the hard work training for this event and so has the king of Western Australian mountain biking Tony Tucknott, and his great group of trail fairies ready for YOU !

So it’s full gas towards the 18th August for a bumper 10 Year Anniversary!

Stay tuned for the finer details, including how to enter, in the very near future.

We thank you for your continued support and look forward to seeing you all at the WA100 MTB Classic!

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