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Munda Biddi Bike Trail

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by Lesley Mitchell (subscribe)
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Published June 5th 2013
Get Fit, Get Back to Nature, Challenge Yourself
WA's Munda Biddi Trail offers a unique opportunity of action, sightseeing and certainly if you take the entire track the opportunity to break a complete sweat.



Chances are most visitors won't ride the entire trail because at 1000 km it is the world's longest off-road continuous cycle track - travelling all the way from Mundaring to Albany.

This cycle track project has taken 12 years to complete.

The organisers hope it's going to create a nature based tourism opportunity and give the state government a great project to be committed to. It is a terrific example of getting back to nature.

They are expecting more than 20,000 International, interstate and local cyclists to use the trail every year and now that it has been completed that number is set to grow.



Munda Biddi means "the path through the forest" in the Noongar language.

The first riders to ever complete this trail in its entirety took part in the Munda Biddi Epic 1000 Event. They began from Albany on the day the final section from Denmark to Manjimup was completed.

The trail passes through many communities and offers some lovely towns to visit and terrific sightseeing on the way. It is managed by the Department of environment and conservation in association with Munda Biddy Trail foundation.

Are you up to it? Do you think "pffttt 100kms, no problems"? The slide on those stretchy bike pants, lycra up and lets get to it.

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We would love to hear of your experiences, please add in your thoughts in the comments section at the top of this article to share with us. Happy Riding.

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Why? Get fit, experience the great outdoors
When: Anytime, although perhaps nicer in pleasant weather
Where: Munda Biddi Trail
Cost: FREE
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