Private Promoters are reminded to complete the "Private Promoter Event Plan Checklist' and submit to MTBA a minimum of 6 weeks prior to each MTB race. A late fee will be charged if the checklist and event plan are received by MTBA within 2 weeks of the event.
It is vital that you utilise a current Commissaire to assist with the event as outlined in the Technical Regulations and in your event plan.
Per additional event (using MOS^ entry system) $180.00
Per additional event (using external entry system) $220.00
Event Plan Admin fee (plans sent within 2 weeks of event) $50.00
Member Protection/ Complaints & Grievances
Everyone has a right to a safe, fair and inclusive environment while participating in sport. MTBA is committed to ensuring that every person involved in our sport is treated with respect and dignity and protected from discrimination, harassment and abuse.
All MTBA Directors, staff, contractors, coaches, officials, riders, clubs and members are bound by the MTBA Member Protection Policy.
All clubs and associations will have complaints and grievances to deal with at some stage and what is most important is how you deal with them.
It is important to remember that complaints can sometimes assist your club to identify things that can help you improve the service you provide.
Therefore clubs should have a procedure in place to deal with complaints and grievances and have a person trained to handle a complaint or grievance.
Play By The Rules has many resources to help clubs and organisations meet their legislative requirements including policies, procedures, videos, online training and podcasts. For more information on dealing with complaints/ grievances including developing procedures to deal with complaints or grievances click on the icon below.
The Incident Communication Procedure outlines the communication procedure in the event of an incident such as a death, serious injury or incident at an event, course, program, workshop or activity delivered by an affiliated club, private promoter.
In support of applications for funding for mountain bike projects, MTBA provided membership and event statistics, letters of support, feedback and comments on mountain bike master plans and/or strategies to 32 clubs, consultants, LGA's and other stakeholders during FY2018.
MTBA was also a member of four mountain bike working groups providing a voice for the mountain bike community and advocating for places to ride and infrastructure improvements.
Recently MTBA participated in a round table discussion regarding modernisation of Victoria's Regional Forest Agreements, facilitated by the Department Environment, Land, Water & Planning and participated in theNSW forest monitoring program research project.
A handful of the specific projects where MTBA have provided advice and or assistance include:
If your club has an MTB project you would like to discuss with MTBA or require information and/or a letter in support of a funding application, please give us a call on 07 56281100 or email email@example.com