Have you thought about riding the Munda Biddi Trail?

This 1000 km off road cycling trail from Mundaring to Albany in Western Australia is one of National Geographic's top 10 cycle rides in the world. It often utilises old temporary rail trails (called forms), and it is packed full of history, adventure and natural beauty.

Whether you are planning an End to End (E2E) or just a bike packing overnighter, there is plenty you need to know. W.A. is different from other states, and many riders have been surprised by our local conditions. So before you start packing your panniers (or hook on your bike trailer) on your mountain bike, you will want to see our ride reviews and blogs, our many videos and download our GPX files to aid your navigation.

Plus, we have also found a few other rides that you may also like. Some are close to Perth, others are in the country. See under "Rides" for some suggestions.

As well as offering lots of information, photos and history, our site has sourced off road cycling products to help you on your trip. Just go to our Shop, in the menu at the top of this page.

Our products include:

FiberFix Spokes - an easy-to-use, spare folding spoke, essential back up for long off road trips
Extrawheel bike trailers - available for sale 
Fix It Sticks tools - bike tools with leverage! Mount them by your water bottle for easy access.
Extrawheel panniers and bags
Cyclists first aid kits - customised to suit off road bike riders. Includes a snake bite kit.

Here is a video on our FibreFix Spokes:

  • I have spent over 15 years collecting Munda Biddi data including ride times, average speeds and trail conditions.
  • I am passionate about local history, and have tried to weave it into the ride so you know what is all around you as you go.
  • I have collected lots of photos and video to show the beauty of these rides, and what you will see along the way.
  • My detailed route sheets, ride profiles and track notes record every marker, enabling you to minimise the chances of getting lost.
  • I have tried to cover everything for you - how to get there, what to take, what you will see - so you just have to pack your bike and get out and ride!
  • You can now collect items during office hours - UDT, Unit 10, 84 Barberry Way, Bibra Lake WA 6163. Mon - Fri, 8.30am to 4.00pm. (Note -  no credit card facilities at Bibra Lake, so please pre-order goods online or pay cash on collection).